Lucy Liu is a critically acclaimed actress who has starred in film, television, and Broadway. For six seasons, Liu has co-starred in the highly praised drama Elementary on CBS as Dr. Joan Watson, alongside Jonny Lee Miller as Sherlock Holmes. Liu continues to direct episodes of Elementary, since her directing debut in 2014. Other series that Liu has directed are the season two premiere episode of Netflix and Marvel’s Luke Cage and USA’s drama Graceland. Liu’s television credits also include the critically acclaimed series Southland, Difficult People, Ally McBeal, Cashmere Mafia, Dirty Sexy Money, and guest-starring roles in Sex and the City and Ugly Betty.
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Ginnifer Goodwin is best known for her roles in HBO’s Big Love and ABC’s Once Upon a Time. She can be seen in CBS All Access’ The Twilight Zone, and in the upcoming Dolly Parton’s Heartstrings for Netflix. Other credits include the animated film Zootopia, Walk the Line, Killing Kennedy, Mona Lisa Smile, Win a Date with Tad Hamilton, Something Borrowed, He’s Just Not That Into You, and Tom Ford’s A Single Man. She also appeared on stage in Constellations at The Geffen Playhouse, The Corn Is Green, and Dead End.
Kirby Howell-Baptiste starred on three of television’s most celebrated series, including Barry, Killing Eve, and The Good Place. Howell-Baptiste was nominated for a 2019 SAG Award for her role on Barry, and returned for the second season, which premiered on HBO in March 2019. She was also a series regular on the first season of BBC America’s Killing Eve, opposite Sandra Oh. Howell-Baptiste also guest starred on a multiple episode arc of NBC’s The Good Place. She will next be seen in the upcoming revival of Veronica Mars, which will premiere on Hulu this month. Her other television credits include Love for Netflix, ABC’s Downward Dog, Comedy Bang! Bang! on IFC, and Blumhouse’s horror anthology series Into the Dark, which premiered in December 2018 on Hulu.
Jack Davenport can soon be seen opposite Jennifer Aniston in The Morning Show for Apple. Most recently, he starred on Broadway in Saint Joan. Davenport was last seen recurring on Showtime’s White Famous opposite Jay Pharoah. He has starred on television in Smash, Flash Forward, Swingtown, the Masterpiece/ITV miniseries Breathless, and Next of Kin, opposite Archie Panjabi for ITV and Netflix. On film, he recently appeared in the independent feature A United Kingdom, starring Rosamund Pike and David Oyelowo and the film The Wilde Wedding starring alongside Glenn Close and John Malkovich. Upcoming, he can be seen in the adventure western The Stolen starring Alice Eve. Davenport was introduced to American audiences playing “Captain Norrington” in the Pirates of the Caribbean trilogy.
Sam Jaeger’s inherent talent and carefully selected roles have created an impressive and longstanding career in Hollywood. Jaeger was most recently seen in CBS All Access’ Tell Me a Story, which re-imagined the world’s most beloved fairy tales set in modern day New York City. He has also starred in NBC’s Law and Order True Crime and appeared on the Hulu hit The Handmaid’s Tale. Audiences fell in love with his portrayal of “super husband” Joel Graham on NBC’s Parenthood, as well as his role on Eli Stone. In film, he has appeared in Inherent Vice, American Sniper, Her, Traffic, Behind Enemy Lines, Catch and Release, The Truth About Emanuel, and Lucky Number Slevin. Jaeger’s other television credits include ER, CSI, The West Wing, NYPD Blue, Scrubs, That’s Life, and Girls Club.
Reid Scott has starred in a trio of films, including the global blockbuster Venom, the Sundance darling Late Night, and Screen Gems’ thriller Black and Blue, which recently wrapped production. He is best known as Dan Egan on the HBO comedy hit Veep.
Alexandra Daddario garnered critical, fan and viral attention with her breakout role in the first season of Emmy-nominated HBO series True Detective alongside Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey. She starred in the Warner Bros/New Line epic summer blockbuster San Andreas opposite Dwayne Johnson, and will star in the sequel.
Most recently, Daddario starred in Netflix’s When We First Met opposite actor/co-writer Adam Devine. Daddario then reteamed with Johnson in Paramount’s Baywatch and starred in The Layover directed by William H. Macy.
Upcoming, Daddario will star in Nomis opposite Henry Cavill and Ben Kingsley, and We Have Always Lived in the Castle. Both films debuted at the Los Angeles Film Festival last September. She recently wrapped production on Can You Keep a Secret?, which she also executive produced. Other upcoming projects include Lost Transmissions alongside Juno Temple and Simon Pegg and We Summon the Darkness.
Her film credits include the Percy Jackson franchise, The Choice, Burying the Ex, Texas Chainsaw 3D, Hall Pass, Bereavement, The Attic, The Babysitters, The Hottest State, and The Squid and the Whale.
Daddario’s past television credits include New Girl, Parenthood, White Collar, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Nurse Jackie, Damages, The Sopranoes, and All My Children.
A New York City native, she currently resides in Los Angeles.
Sadie Calvano is best known for her role as Violet Plunkett in the CBS comedy Mom opposite Allison Janney and Anna Faris. For her performance, she won the Gracie Allen Award for Outstanding Female Actor-Rising Star. Calvano’s other television credits include the internet miniseries The Skinny, from executive producer Jill Soloway, NCIS, and Eagleheart. In film, Calvano has been seen in Clint Eastwood’s J. Edgar opposite Leonardo DiCaprio and the comedy Eggplant Emoji.
Leo Howard has been in the entertainment industry since age 7. He is known for such films as G.I. Joe: The Rise of the Cobra and as young Conan in Conan the Barbarian. For four seasons, he portrayed Jack on the Disney XD series Kickin’ It. In the show’s fourth season, Howard directed an episode, leading him to be inducted in both the Directors’ Guild Association and the Guinness Book of World Records, for being the youngest person to direct an episode of television. He has also directed an episode of Gamer’s Guide to Pretty Much Everything.
Howard’s past television credits have included the Disney Channel series Shake It Up, Lab Rats, and Leo’s Little Big Show, for which he served as host. He also recurred on Disney XD’s Zeke and Luther. He guest starred on TNT’s Major Crimes and was also seen in the Hulu horror series Freakish. Other credits include Love Daily, The Santa Clarita Diet, Monk, and A Lover Scorned. Other film credits include the independent film Logan, Shorts, Andron, and You’re Gonna Miss Me.
Howard, a native Californian, was born in Newport Beach and raised in San Diego county.