9 names.

Amy Landecker

Amy Landecker started her career as a theatre actor in Chicago IL where she worked with the Steppenwolf and Goodman theaters. A Bob Falls directed production of Rebecca Gilman's brought her to NYC and the Public Theatre. While in NYC she worked at the Barrow St Theater and Second Stage. She won an ensemble Obie award for her performance in Tracy Letts' Bug. The same play that brought her to LA. While performing on stage in LA she was tapped to play Mrs. Samsky in the Coen brothers Oscar nominated 'A Serious Man' which was the beginning of an exciting on camera career in movies and TV shows like Louie, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Enough Said and her current starting role as Sarah Pfefferman in the Emmy and Golden Globe award winning series Transparent. Amy has also written pilots for FX and Amazon and is a top VO talent in animation and commercials.

Fred Melamed

Highly gifted, heavy-set character actor Fred Melamed was born in New York City, the son of Syma (Krichefsky), an actress, and Louis Melamed. His father was a television producer, having contributed to such watershed comedies as Car 54, Where Are You, and Sargeant Bilko. He received his theatrical training at the Yale School of Drama, after which he appeared with resident companies including Minneapolis' Guthrie Theater, The Kennedy Center, The Yale Repertory Theater, and as a founding member of Shakespeare & Co. In 1983, he made his Broadway debut in the Tony Award-Winning Amadeus.

On television, Melamed headlines with Maria Bamford on the hit Netflix series, Lady Dynamite, from Mitch Hurwitz and Pam Brady. He recurs as errant father Charles Cole on Hulu's Golden Globe-nominated Casual, patrician chick-magnet J. Cronkite Valley Forge on New Girl, sports casting legend Glen Klose on Now We're Talking, and Sir Patrick Stewart's messed-up psychiatrist Dr. Mendelson on Starz' Blunt Talk. In the past, Melamed's major small screen roles have included Harvey Oberholt on House of Lies, Avi Mensusen on Girls, Professor Donald Holt on Married, Leonard Hillman on Childrens Hospital, Larry David's name-dropping psychiatrist Arthur Thurgood from Curb Your Enthusiasm, tough-guy jurist Alan Karpman on The Good Wife, and irascible voiceover legend Fred Melamed opposite Robin Williams on The Crazy Ones.

In film, Melamed has had a long association with Woody Allen. He has appeared in 7 Allen films, including the Oscar-Winning Hannah and Her Sisters, Another Woman, Crimes and Misdemeanors, Radio Days, Husbands & Wives, Hollywood Ending, and Shadows and Fog.

But it was for his portrayal of "sensitive" villain Sy Ableman, in Joel and Ethan Coen's A Serious Man, nominated for Best Picture at the 2010 Academy Awards, that Melamed became most widely known. For his performance, he won the Independent Spirit Robert Altman Award, New York Magazine listed his as among the Best Performances of The Decade, and Empire called Sy Ableman "One of The Best Coen Bros. Characters of All Time." Melamed appeared on the Best Supporting Actor Oscar ballot of several American critics, including A.O. Scott of The New York Times, Roger Ebert of The Chicago Sun-Times, and Michael Phillips of The Chicago Tribune. He was named by Harry Domenico Rossi as among The 25 Greatest Screen Villains of All Time.

Melamed also starred as Sam Sotto, insecure king of movie trailer voices in Lake Bell's "In a World..." , a film about a father and daughter in the voiceover world. The film won the Waldo Salt Award for Best Screenplay at Sundance. He starred opposite Elliott Gould in Fred Won't Move Out, a picture detailing the decline of a stubborn patriarch and his family, and as James Brown's record company owner Syd Nathan in Get On Up.

Among Melamed's other films are Bone Tomahawk, opposite Kurt Russell and Richard Jenkins, The Dictator, with Sacha Baron Cohen and Sir Ben Kingsley, Peter Yates' Suspect, with Cher, Dennis Quaid and Liam Neeson, The Good Mother, with Diane Keaton and Jason Robards, Roland Joffe's The Mission, with Robert De Niro and Jeremy Irons, James Toback's The Pickup Artist, with Robert Downey, Jr. and Dennis Hopper, and Marshall Brickman's Lovesick, with Dudley Moore and Sir Alec Guinness.

As a writer, he has produced screenplays including Girl of the Perfume River, A Jones for Gash, and most recently The Preservationist, a fictional film inspired by the case of Melamed's college friend, Edward Forbes Smiley III, a renowned cartographic expert and dealer, who admitted to having been the most brazen and prolific map thief of all time.

He lives with his wife and twin sons in Los Angeles.

George Wyner

A native of Boston and graduate of Syracuse University, George has worked extensively in TV and film since 1972. Notable film work includes the Coen Brothers' best-picture nominee "A Serious Man," (Rabbi Nachtner) and Mel Brooks' "Spaceballs," (Colonel Sandurz) and "To Be or Not To Be." Among other dozens of film credits are the classic "Fletch" and "Fletch Lives," "Devil's Advocate," and "Trouble with the Curve." George has guest starred on over 150 TV shows, and has been a series regular on nine. He is perhaps best known for his six seasons as Deputy D.A. Irwin Bernstein on "Hill Street Blues."

Sari Lennick

Sari Lennick was born and raised in Miami, FL. She studied acting and philosophy at the University of Southern California and earned her Master of Fine Arts in acting, from the Actors Studio Drama School, at New School University, in New York City. Sari has appeared in numerous independent films, including the Best Picture nominated Coen Brothers' film "A Serious Man," which earned her a Gotham Award nomination for Best Ensemble and the Robert Altman Independent Spirit Award. Sari lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Alan, and seven year old son, Dylan.

Lisa Hammer

Lisa Hammer is a writer, director, producer,actress and musician. She is best recognized as the voice of Triana Orpheus on the Adult Swim cartoon The Venture Bros, as well as for her extensive music career as a singer-songwriter. She has directed the independent feature films Pox and Pus$bucket, and the CMJ Film Festival winner The Invisible Life of Thomas Lynch which she co-directed with James Merendino (SLC Punk). She most recently worked as an editor on Punk's Dead: SLC Punk 2, which debuted at the Cannes Film Festival in May 2015. Lisa has collaborated with Ben Edlund (The Tick, Firefly, Angel, Supernatural) and Doc Hammer (The Venture Bros) on multiple projects. She created The Pox Show starring H. Jon Benjamin (Archer, Jon Benjamin Has a Van), Jonathan Katz (Dr. Katz), and Arden Myrin (Orange Is the New Black, Inside Amy Schumer). Lisa directed and produced two award-winning weekly NY cable TV shows and has worked with such notables as, Clayne Crawford (Jericho, Swimfan), Lisa D'Amato (America's Next Top Model), Jimmy Duval (Donnie Darko, SLC Punk!), Courtney Love (Hole), and Russell Sams (The Rules of Attraction), to name a few. Lisa has finished post production on the musical comedy feature film The Sisters Plotz which she directed and stars in with writer Lisa Ferber (Each Time I Kill), Eve Plumb (The Brady Bunch), Allen Lewis Rickman (Boardwalk Empire, A Serious Man), Yelena Shmulenson (Boardwalk Empire, A Serious Man, OITNB) and Aryn Cole (All My Children). The Sisters Plotz premiered at The Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood and Anthology Film Archives in NY. It was added to BidSlate.com and is now available for distribution. Lisa's films have won awards from the CMJ Film Festival, Telly Awards, Hugo Awards, It Came From Kuchar Film Festival, the Chicago Underground Film Festival, Canada International Screenplay Festival, Ontario Film Festival, Antimatter, Indieworks, two from New York Press, and many more. She has had one-woman shows at the Olympia Film Festival, Perth International Film Festival, and the Duolun Art Museum in Shanghai, China. Her current original series Maybe Sunshine is in development and season one of the web series is available on YouTube, Funny or Die and VHX.com.

Acting credits include The Networker, Monster Hunt, Idle Worship, The Sisters Plotz, Beneath the Black Moon, Maybe Sunshine, The Invisible Life of Thomas Lynch, Washington Heights, Frankenstein and the Monster from Blood Cove, Venus ATTACKS!, Mary Knows Best, Distraction, Sex and the City, Terror Lab, GoDaddy commercial: Related, Pox, Pus$bucket, Rub, Period Piece and an extensive theatre repertoire.

She was also lead singer of the gothic rock bands Mors Syphilitica, The N.C.S. and Requiem In White. An avid singer and composer, she has CD releases on Projekt Records and an indie band, Radiana, with indie guitarist/composer Steven Deal (Chopper/Bleached Black) and The Terror Twins: Bloody Ballads with brother James Merendino. Her music has been used in films such as Until Someone Gets Hurt, Punk's Dead, Beneath the Black Moon, Idle Worship, and Pox. The music from her band Radiana is featured in the original series Maybe Sunshine, directed by Levi Wilson.

Jack Bank

Jack Bank is an award-winning actor, writer, and filmmaker. Born in New York City, Jack expressed an appetite for the arts early on, with his love of music. Playing several instruments from a young age, Jack began writing songs in his teens.

Jack was always a musician, but a near fatal accident put Jack's creative endeavors out of reach for some time. After a long recovery period, a close friend urged Jack to rekindle his passion for the arts, and suggested he take a fresh approach, consider acting. On reflection, Jack enrolled at the Michael Howard Studios, in New York. He has continued his acting journey ever since.

For a number of years, Jack honed his craft on New York theatre stages. A natural entertainer, he brought the house down, as Barry in 'Sleeping Beauty... or Coma' and received favorable reviews for his performance in the New York City Fringe Festival play 'The Working Week or Sunday Rest'.

Jack's first notable on-screen work was playing the role of Guy, in the award-winning ABC daytime drama TV series 'One Life to Live', and has since appeared in many films, with notable actors such as; Angela Sarafyan (Westworld), Steven Bauer (Ray Donovan), Andre Royo (Empire), Carmen Electra (Scary Movie), famed comedienne Sandra Bernhard and Oscar-nominated actor Eric Roberts, among others.

It was his work in his earlier films, that piqued Jack's interest in filmmaking. He went on to write, direct and act in a trio of short-film comedies for the film festival circuit. His first effort, 'All Bookies Wear Speedos', won numerous film festival awards, and had a performance from legendary talk show and radio host Joe Franklin, who appeared in the original 'Ghostbusters' and Woody Allen's 'Broadway Danny Rose'.

On the heels of his filmmaking success, Jack starred in other films as an actor-director including; 'Gangster's Crib', which won Best Short Comedy at The Indie Gathering International Film Festival, and 'Interpersonal Exopolitics', working with Alan Ruck (Ferris Bueller's Day Off), Fred Melamed (A Serious Man) and Jessica Morris, who he had met on the set of 'One Life to Live'.

It was during this time that Jack added stand-up comedy to his repertoire of talents. He studied with renowned comedy coach Stephen Rosenfield. Jack has performed at many well-known comedy hot spots such as Caroline's, Gotham Comedy Club and Stand-Up New York, among other venues.

Jack, who resides in Los Angeles, but still spends time in New York, is slated to be in several upcoming film projects. He also has two feature films currently in development including; the thriller 'Yin Gateway', and comedy 'True Blue Balls'.

Molly Elizabeth Ring

Molly Elizabeth Ring was born on February 26th, 1993 in Edina, Minnesota. From the beginning it was obvious she was meant to be a performer. For kindergarten through 8th grade, she attended The Blake School which was a school that offered arts classes, including drama, every year. It was in these drama classes that Molly realized she was going to be an actor.

At the age of 8, Molly was approached asked to be in a catalog for a local store. This started an interest in modeling as well, which flourished into many jobs in the future.

Molly loved performance so much, that she decided to transfer to Main Street School of Performing Arts in 9th grade. At MSSPA, Molly was a theatre "major" who also worked on music. While in high school, Molly started taking her career head on with a multitude of acting classes (both in and out of school), singing lessons, modeling jobs, and of course, school plays. Although she was in many plays throughout her school years, her favorites remain The Murder Room, RENT, and Pirates of Penzance. Before graduating from MSSPA with high honors, Molly was awarded both a letter in theater and an arts endorsement.

While in high school, Molly also had a chance to work on films being shot in the Twin Cities area. Most notable of which was A Serious Man by the Coen Brothers.

Although she still loves theater, Molly found her true passion to be film. Because of this, she moved to California to pursue acting and attend the University of California, Santa Barbara. She chose to major in psychology to help her better understand the inner workings of the characters she plays. As a freshman she became the music director of the UCSB Glee club and in her sophomore year she joined the Delta Delta Delta sorority. These experiences, along with college as a whole, helped shape her into a more well rounded individual with an ability to play a wider variety of characters.

Molly graduated from UCSB in June, 2015 and has since moved to Los Angeles. She spends her days working on her craft, snuggling with her roommates pug, and living life to the fullest. Her name will surely be in lights soon.

Lisa Sharon Goldberg

Lisa Sharon Goldberg is the director of LSG Public Relations Firm based of out New York City. LSG Public Relations is a boutique firm in NYC and LA and reps talent currently and formerly starring on The Fosters, The Americans, Public Morals, About a Boy, Nurse Jackie, Boardwalk Empire, Transparent, House of Cards, The Following, Hostages, 30 Rock, The Good Wife, The Big C, Fringe, Army Wives, Gossip Girl, Smash, In Treatment, Suits, Rescue Me, The Exes, Raising Hope, Are We There Yet, The Paul Reiser Show among others as well as actors in current and upcoming features from Dreamworks, Lionsgate, Universal and The Weinstein Co. and the Oscar nominated Lincoln and A Serious Man. Clients of LSG have been nominated ( and won) numerous awards including SAG, Emmy, Golden Globe, Independent Spirit and Tony Awards. LSG PR has handled publicity for many red carpet events and charities including Project ALS and Only Make Believe as well as repping many restaurants and bars throughout the NYC area.

Loic Zimmermann

Loic Zimmermann is a French film-maker and visual artist based in Los Angeles.

Zimmermann's contribution as a design supervisor in VFX can be seen in numerous films (Ghost in the Shell, Doctor Strange, Deadpool, Guardians of the Galaxy, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Allegiant, Underworld, Harry Potter, True Grit, Serious Man, Prisoners, etc). In 2014, "e338, the art of Loic Zimmermann" , a decade wide retrospective book of Loic's personal and professional works was released.

His focus gradually shifted from illustration and 3D to photography and film making. With a number of shorts and his first documentary Gamma Wray wrapped, Zimmermann went on to direct and produce A Solitary Mann. The film premiered in San Francisco, won Best Feature in LA Underground Film Fest 2015, and has gone on to be a selection of seven film festivals in five countries.

Zimmermann's work continues to evolve, taking on new genres and collaborations. He wrapped up "Correspondence", partnering with musician Alex Zhang Hungtai (Dirty-Beaches/Last Lizard). Preproduction has started for several projects, including "Bacon", a cerebral sci-fi 3D animation miniseries, Cadillac, a surreal and quirky drama, along with "43-60", a series of experimental shorts. He also continues in VFX as an art director in major motion pictures.

9 names.