10 names.

Michael Mosley

Michael Mosley has been bringing characters to life in film, television, and on stage for the past decade. Mosley can currently be seen starring on the USA series "Sirens," created by Denis Leary and Bob Fisher. The comedy based on the BBC show of the same name, follows three fast, ball-busting Chicago EMT's whose chief talents are saving lives and self-sabotage. On the film front, Mosley can next be seen in MGM's HOT PURSUIT opposite Reese Witherspoon and Sofia Vergara [to be released May 2015]. He can also be seen in OTHER PEOPLE'S CHILDREN, alongside Chad Michael Murray, Alexandra Breckenridge and directed by Liz Hinlein.

Born in Iowa City, Iowa, Mosley is an Alumnus of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York, and was a 2001 company member. Upon graduating he performed in numerous theaters including the SoHo Playhouse, Cherry Lane, and Michael Imperioli's Studio Dante. He starred in Itamar Moses', Back Back Back at Manhattan Theatre Center, and in 2010 starred as the Gentlemen Caller in Roundabout's adaptation of The Glass Menagerie opposite Judith Ivey, Patch Darragh, and Keira Keeley. The production earned a Lucille Lortel Award for Best Revival. Film credits include Touchstone Pictures THE PROPOSAL, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment's THE ACCIDENTAL HUSBAND, and Fox 2000 Pictures' 27 DRESSES. Mosley has also appeared in a host of independent features including SWIMMERS directed by Doug Sadler, where he starred alongside Cherry Jones, Sean Hatosy, and Sarah Paulson. SWIMMERS went to the Sundance Film Festival, and won the New American Cinema Award at the Seattle International Film Festival.

In 2006 Mosley booked a recurring role on NBC's "Kidnapped" opposite Timothy Hutton, Dana Delany, Jeremy Sisto, Olivia Thirlby, and Delroy Lindo. Later that year he was cast in "Alpha Mom," another pilot for NBC directed by Bill Lawrence, who would later remember him and cast him as a series regular in the 9th season of the hit comedy series "Scrubs." From 2009-10, Mosley starred as "Drew Suffin" in the farewell season of the ABC series. His role as the cynical, anti-social, med school dropout garnered him critical acclaim. He then went on to co-star as "Ted Vanderway" on ABC's "Pan Am," opposite Christina Ricci, Margot Robbie, and Kelly Garner. Other television credits include: recurring roles on A&E's "Longmire," FX's "Justified," NBC's "30 Rock," ABC's "Last Resort" CBS' "The Education of Max Bickford," and ABC's "Castle" as "Jerry Tyson," the 3XK killer. He has also held numerous guest starring roles, including ABC's "Happy Endings," TNT's "The Closer," and HBO's "Generation Kill," and "The Wire."

Yetta Gottesman

An actor and director of Puerto Rican and Jewish heritage, Yetta was born in Puerto Rico and raised in Brazil. She is completely fluent (native fluency) in Spanish, English and Portuguese. She is a Lifetime Member of the prestigious Actors Studio and LAByrinth Theater Company. Yetta has appeared in numerous Off-Broadway plays including originating roles written by John Patrick Shanley and Stephen Adly Guirgis. She has performed extensively on stage, both in New York and regionally, with such luminary directors as Philip Seymour Hoffman, Joe Bonney, and Lisa Peterson. In 2010, she received a Best Actress Ovation Award Nomination for her performance in "Mariela in the Desert" at The Denver Center Theater. Her TV work includes guest appearances on "Nurse Jackie" , "Sex and the City" and "Law and Order: Criminal Intent." Some of her film work includes "Sex, Death and Bowling," "Rabbit Hole", "Lucky You", and "27 Dresses".

Some of her favorite portrayals include a Mexican artist in 1950's Mexico ("Mariela in the Desert", Denver Center Theater), a grieving mom in Long Island (Rabbit Hole with Nicole Kidman), a down on her luck limping actress ("Where's My Money?" written and directed by John Patrick Shanley), a blue collar Queens girl on a disastrous first date (Steak Knife, Nurse Jackie), and Mary Magdalene (no explanation necessary!) in "The Last Days of Judas Iscariot", written by Tony nominated Stephen Adly Guirgis and directed by Oscar winner Philip Seymour Hoffman at The Public Theater in New York.

She has also voiced numerous audiobooks.

She splits her time between New York, Los Angeles and Puerto Rico.

Bern Cohen

Growing up in New York City's Chinatown gave Bern an urban and multicultural background before going to suburban Long Island's Valley Stream South High School where he was introduced to acting. Bern later double-majored in Theater and Education at Adelphi University, subsequently earning graduate degrees from Columbia University and New York City College.

Bern's earliest acting included work with Mercedes Reuhl, Samuel L. Jackson, Rupert Holmes, Sesame Street and Zoom before he left his career in Theatre and went into Education to be more of a parent than a young actor's schedule allowed. He promised himself he'd return to acting at a later date.

Years of experience in public education and the private sector gave Bern a mature, evolved edge when he resumed his acting career in 2005. He furthered his study of Camera Acting with Penny Templeton and Ruth Nerkin and has since had starring and principal roles in more than 50 movies, including Doctor Bello with Isaiah Washington and Vivica A. Fox, Frank Vs God with Henry Ian Cusick, Devil You Know with Lena Olin, Holy Rollers with Jesse Eisenberg, and 27 Dresses with Katherine Heigl.

Most recently, Bern wrapped: Shooting Clerks as "Thomas Burke the Roofer," SALACH as the lead role, and Oppenheimer Strategies as Board President.

Last theater season, Bern starred in Richard Abron's Every Day a Visitor at NYC's Clurman Theater. During prior theater seasons, he starred as Abbie Hoffman in the one-man show, Abbie at New York City's West End Theater and in the Assistant at the Turtle Shell Theater.

Dean H. Huh

During his professional career, Dean Huh has excelled in three business sectors: Financial Services, Healthcare Administration and Entertainment. Drawing from his professional background, Huh transitioned into Producing.

Debuting as a filmmaker, Dean Huh enjoyed an amazing run with the Latin-themed feature By The Sea. This romantic dramedy, which shot along the shores of Rhode Island and that Huh co-wrote, has earned 3 Imagen Awards (Latin Oscars) nominations, 15 Finalist Awards, 3 Best Picture Awards, a 2005 DVD en Espanol Award, the Best American Feature Award at the 2007 Everglades International Film Festival in South Africa, the 2009 International Endurance Award at the British Film Festival of Los Angeles and the Silver Lei Award at the 2010 Honolulu International Film Festival.

Huh's writing credits includes: the 2014 Courier Awards Semi-Finalist, the 2013 Best Drama at the International Family Film Festival and the Presidents Award Recipient of the Guild of Italian American Actors: Looking For Leonardo, Prenuptial for Stock Grange Productions, Norm Gets Itchy for Warner Brothers Writers Workshop. He has also written for Transpacific Magazine.

Over the years, Huh has worked with Hollywood TV heavyweights like Barney Rosenzweig, Vin Di Bona and Dick Clark. In 2014, Huh produced the HOLA Awards television special featuring Latin Film and TV Honorees: Hector Elizondo and Ana Ortiz and Telenovela stars: Daniel Arenas and Lupita Ferrer. He's also produced Showtime's Hasty Pudding Awards featuring: Tom Hanks and Michelle Pfeiffer.

Since 1988, Huh has been an active member of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) and has appeared in over 100 productions in television and film. He's worked on network series like: Law & Order and the NBC series Odyssey. Dean's film appearances include Clint Eastwood's drama Mystic River, 27 Dresses and the upcoming comedy Ted II.

While performing Graduate work at Harvard Extension, Dean decided to build a pipeline to sell American television shows in Korea. He started a company called: Television Licensing International (TLI) and has worked at MIP-COM, in Cannes, representing clients like: E! Entertainment, NY 1 News & Buena Vista Television.

Recently, Huh has been lecturing to film students in high schools and universities about: The Biz of Show Business, but his pastime continues to be people-watching in the piazza of a tiny village in Italy.

Keith J. Stevens

Keith was born December 12, 1958, in Hartford, Connecticut, USA.

He served in the U.S. Air Force from 1978 to 1982 and later in the Connecticut Army National Guard.

Keith has volunteered with many organizations including the Connecticut Special Olympics.

He volunteered with the American Red Cross on 9/11 and for several weeks after.

Keith has been seen in The Bronx is Burning (2007), as well as Mitch Albom's For One More Day (2007), Brotherhood (2007), and 27 Dresses (2008), The Cobblestone Corridor (2016), Assassin Nation (2016), and a music video for the indie rock band Donovan Wolfington (2016). Most recently, he has worked on The Cars That Built America (2017) and a series of TV commercials for TaylorMade Golf (2017).

In addition to volunteering, he spends his free time involved in activities such as hiking, biking, kayaking, and weight lifting.

Michael Paul

Philly native, Michael Paul began his career in local television at age 16. Sustaining a 25 year comedy career, he honed his craft touring with such names as James Brown, Lisa Lampanelli, Wynonna, Joan Rivers and Don Rickles to become a headliner in over 40 countries along with television credits on The Tonight Show and Saturday Night Live.

Michael's film career includes motion pictures such as "27 Dresses" opposite Katherine Heigl, and "The Ten" co-starring with Winona Ryder, Paul Rudd, Liev Schrieber and Jessica Alba. He has lent his voice to Pixar, Jim Henson Productions and Disney. He has script doctored for The Disney Channel, CBS, Kevin Spacey and punched up jokes for David Letterman and Bill Maher.

Michael is well known for creating branded puppet characters including, "Nadia Coma: The World's Oldest Gymnast" and MTV's "CJ and Peanut" as well as training casts of "The Lion King" and "Avenue Q".

His published works include comedic editorials for USA Today, Huffington Post and LaughSpin. His new book "Breaking Out of Show Business: What I Discovered by Not Being Discovered" (by Post Hill Publishing) can be found at numerous book outlets including Barnes and Noble.

Michael resides in Los Angeles and continues to work in movies, television and as a comedy writer and script & show consultant.

James Granville

James was born in Roseville, California on January 22nd, 1984. James started out as just a regular boy whose mother is Deborah Matchem and his father Jon Granville. James also has an older sister Actress Janea Granville. He grew up with only his mother and sister. He played sports such as basketball, soccer, and football. James played football from elementary school all the way throughout high school. At the age of 15 James went to an acting school called "John Robert Powers". After leaving them James continued his career in acting on his own. James landed his first movie called "A Stranger Within" as only an extra. Soon after that James had a lead role in the hit movie " Killer Campout" with his sister Janea Granville and Jillian Swanson. James is now doing well for himself, starring on such TV shows as Brotherhood and That's So Raven. Also with movies as 27 Dresses, The Great Debaters, and Tinker Bell with Brittany Murphy. James is now living in the New England area with his daughter Chloe Ann Granville who is going to be four years old as of October third 2007.

Kali Money

Kali Money was born in New London Connecticut on January 16, 1997, and grew up in a small town nearby. She grew up doing a lot of background work in films like Grownups, 27 Dresses, and a few small horror films. She currently attends University of Connecticut. She lives with her mother, Corina, father, James, sister, Samantha, and brother Jacob.

Sarah Addison

Sarah Addison knows how to work hard. Starting her career at the mere age of 11, Sarah realized her love of theater after being involved with her first production. (Big the Musical, Chorus, 2009). After a few shows, she realized that she had a passion for musical theatre and that she wanted to pursue acting more seriously. She went on to study voice under Michelle Knollhoff and Improv with Bill Chott.

This determined and talented young girl's portfolio includes film, video, television commercials, print modeling, several theater productions, along with numerous radio and voiceover projects.

Most recently Sarah was involved in a television commercial for Six Flags Theme Park new ride: The Sky Screamer. Among her favorite theater productions include Snow White...Seven Dwarfs (Snow White), Alice in Wonderland (Alice) and Sound of Music (Brigitta).

Sarah is also involved with her community, performing for over four years in annual charity events. Several charities Sarah works with are Oasis and Kids with Cancer. When she's not working she enjoys a good romantic comedy movie. Two of her favorites are 27 Dresses and Tangled.

She's outgoing, authentic and small; definite plus' for any child actor. Although Sarah is usually cast as the young headstrong girl or the girl-next door type, she dreams of playing the mean girl in a comedy production one day.

Sarah's uncompromising commitment to becoming the best at her craft has lead her to pursue voice, dance, several accents/dialects, ventriloquism, and both piano and clarinet.

In 10 years she hopes to be a member of SAG along with pursuing a major in acting. Sarah calls St Louis home where she lives with her mom and dad, brother Christopher, sister Emma and her sweet Guinea pig Mia.

AmyBeth Parravano

AmyBeth Parravano resides in Cranston RI been legendary performer, singer/songwriter guitarist pianist & mime artist! She has also appeared in several films as movie extra in Underdog, 27 Dresses, Haichiko to name a few. On Rhode Island local scene her TV show AmyBethPresents award winning on COX cable for 20 years and as host and on air talent she has also represented other area talent to appear on her show including musicians, actors, poets, singers, songwriters, dancers....including film -theatrical genre.

AmyBeth has also done stand up improve at Catch A Rising Star including her appearance in Americas' Got Talent

She also appears in The Joy of Sox Movie as Red Sox Elvis

10 names.