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Belfi is best known for his work on HBO's hit series “Entourage” in which he plays agent Adam Davies, the nemesis of Ari Gold (Jeremy Piven). Belfi’s character burst onto the scene back in season one and he was single-handedly responsible for getting Ari fired at his old agency by giving away Ari's secret effort to build his own firm. He went head to head with Ari in season five as they drag raced Ferraris and Porches down Sunset. He reprised his role of Davies last season and needless to say, his relationship with Ari has yet to be mended.

Belfi’s other television credits include: “Without a Trace”, “CSI: Miami”, “Smallville”, “Shark”, “Close to Home”, “Gilmore Girls”, “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and “Moonlight”. He was recently seen in Touchstone Pictures sci-fi thriller “Surrogates” opposite Bruce Willis and Ving Rhames. Belfi plays the slick and handsome Victor Welch, the Vice President of Corporate Relations at the company that maufactures the surrogates. Belfi has also wrapped the starring role in the WWII drama “Christina” and recently performed with James Cromwell and Kent Nagano of the Motreal Symphony Orchestra in William Friedkin’s production of Stravinsky’s “A Soldier’s Tale”.

Born and raised in Southern California, Belfi has always had a passion for film. During his college years at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut, he studied film and theatre. He enjoys backpacking, traveling around the world and outdoor recreational activities. Belfi resides in Los Angeles.


Clarke began her acting career with an appearance in a 1999 award-winning commercial for Volkswagen. She followed this with a role in the 2000 short film “Pas de deux” and received an Outstanding Performance award at the Brooklyn Film Festival. Clarke's career soon blossomed with minor roles, including films “All About George” in 2000 and “The Accident in 2001”, as well as television shows such as “Ed”and “Sex and the City”.

In 2001, Clarke auditioned for the role of CTU agent Nina Myers on “24”. She won the role on the day that filming began. The wardrobe department didn't have time to fit her, so she had to wear her own outfit for the entire season of filming. In her three seasons with the show, Clarke was featured in a total of 36 episodes. Clarke won a Golden Satellite Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Drama Series for this role. Clarke’s other notable television roles include a series regular role on “Trust Me” alongside Eric McCormack and Thomas Cavanagh, and guest roles on “House” and “Life”.

Clarke also played Renée Dwyer in “Twilight”, a film adaptation of the novel of the same name by Stephenie Meyer. In 2010, Clarke will reprise her role as Renée Dwyer in “Eclipse” the third book in the series. She is currently filming for this project.


Benz is best known for her role as Rita Bennett on the hit Showtime series “Dexter” and well known for her role as Darla on “Buffy The Vampire Slayer” and “Angel”.

Benz has guest-starred on popular shows like “Supernatural”, “CSI: Miami”, “Law & Order” and “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” She had a lead role in the Lifetime movie “Circle of Friends” and joined the main cast of television show “Dexter” as Rita Bennett. Benz played a lead role in the fifth film of the popular horror franchise, “Saw V”, as Brit, a real-estate developer who is one of five victims of Jigsaw's games. She had a supporting role in “Punisher: War Zone” as Angela, who struggles to come to terms with her husband's death at the hands of the Punisher. Benz co-starred with Sylvester Stallone in 2008's “Rambo”, the fourth film of that series.

Most recently, she played the title role in the short film “Kidnapping Caitlynn”, written by her close friend Jenny Mollen. She starred in the Lifetime movie called “Held Hostage” based on Michelle Renee's true story, the Hallmark Channel movie “Uncorked” and played the lead female character Eunice in the recently released “The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day”.

Born in Rawlins, Wyoming, Garcia has been widely recognized for his role in the highly acclaimed “Quinceañera”, winner of the Audience Award and the Grand Jury Prize at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival and Official Selection for the 2006 Berlin Film Festival. For his performance as Carlos, Garcia won the prestigious ALMA Award (American Latino Media Arts) as Outstanding Actor in a Motion Picture in 2007.

Garcia was back at the Sundance Festival the following two years starring in Fox Searchlight’s “La Misma Luna” (“Under the Same Moon”) with America Ferrera and in Marianna Palka’s, “Good Dick” with Jason Ritter. Garcia has also been seen in “The Comebacks”, Twentieth Century Fox’s comedy directed by Tom Brady (“The Hot Chick”), Alejandro Chomski’s “A Beautiful Life”, Duane Allen Humeyestewa’s “Periphery” and “Days of Wrath” with Laurence Fishburne and Wilmer Valderrama.

Garcia recently wrapped Matthew Mebane’s “Locker 13”, Hue Rhodes’ “St. John of Las Vegas” with Steve Buschemi, Mun Chee Yong’s “Hollywood Untitled” and Joshua Homnick’s “Los Foley Guys” with Rainn Wilson.

His episodic television and film work included Edward James Olmos’ “Walkout,” for HBO and guest spots on “ER,” “The Shield,” “The Closer,” “Unfabulous,” and “Justice,” “Law and Order: CI,” “NCIS” and a recurring role on “Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles.”


Berkeley was born in Brooklyn, New York. Berkeley went to Hampshire College and worked in the theatres within its five-college system. Berkeley worked in the Regional and Repertory Theaters in addition to Off Broadway while living in New York. Despite a classically trained theater background, he was increasingly drawn to the subtleties of film acting. A play written by Reynolds Price called "Early Dark" had such a cinematic feel to it, that an agent saw the acting potential in Berkeley and encouraged him to make the move out west.

Berkeley began playing minor television roles in 1981. Although not becoming a household name, Berkeley's face was increasingly recognizable into the 1990s. His later television guest roles included “The X-Files”, “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation”, “ER”, “24”, “Jericho” and “Law & Order”.

On the big screen, Berkeley has appeared in “North Country”, “Terminator 2: Judgment Day”, "Phoenix," “A Few Good Men”, “The Rookie”, “Candyman”, “Apollo 13”, “Leaving Las Vegas”, “Gattaca”, “Air Force One”, “Sid and Nancy”, “Spawn”, “Amistad”, “Shanghai Noon”, and “Timecode”. Berkeley has the distinction of appearing in both the made-for-TV movie L.A. Takedown in 1989 and its 1995 critically-acclaimed theatrical remake “Heat”, both directed by Michael Mann. Several of his earlier roles were in films by director Alex Cox.

His most recent projects include: “Year One” as the King of Sodom, “Kickass!” as the dirty chief of police, Alex Cox's sequel to “Repo Man”, “Repo Chick”, “Women in Trouble”, “Below the Beltway” and he will be a regular on the new epic event series “Day One” on NBC.


Originally from Kansas City, Kansas, Wallace has worked as an actress in film, television and the stage for over 30 years. With over 100 credits to her name, Wallace is a true tour de force in this industry, working with countless directors, producers and some of Hollywood’s biggest names including Steven Spielberg, Peter Jackson, Wes Craven, Joe Dante, Stephen King and Blake Edwards. Dee’s career began in New York where she studied with famous acting teacher Uta Hagen before moving to Los Angeles where she continued to hone her craft with her mentor Charles Conrad.

Her many feature film credits include such classics as “The Hills Have Eyes”, “The Howling”, “Cujo”, Secret Admirer”, “The Frighteners”, “10” and most notably her starring role in one of America’s most celebrated films, “E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial”, directed by Academy Award winning director and film icon Steven Spielberg. She was recently featured in Rob Zombie’s “Halloween” and the upcoming Harrison Ford film, “Crowley”.

Wallace has starred in four television series including her return as the passive aggressive matriarch in a very dysfunctional family, on the ABC comedy “Sons and Daughters”. Other recent television credits include, “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Cold Case,” “Without a Trace,” “Ghost Whisperer,” a recurring role on “My Name is Earl” and “Saving Grace.”


Bloodgood is an exotically beautiful actress who is quickly becoming known for her work in all aspects of film and television.

Most recently, she was seen as Blair Williams in the Warner Brothers blockbuster “Terminator Salvation”, starring opposite Christian Bale. She also starred in “Street Fighter” as a tough Thai detective on a mission to bring down M. Bison’s evil empire, in “What Just Happened?” starring Robert DeNiro as an ambitious development executive, and as a Native warrior princess in Fox’s Viking fantasy “Pathfinder” for director Marcus Nispel.

Bloodgood was also featured in the independent film “Moonlight Serenade” opposite Amy Adams as well as starring in the Disney feature “Eight Below” opposite Paul Walker and Jason Biggs for director Frank Marshall. She also starred in the ABC series “Daybreak” opposite Taye Diggs, “Burn Notice” opposite Jeffrey Donovan, and as the female lead in “Journeyman” opposite Kevin McKidd on NBC.

Dreamworks’ “Win a Date with Ted Hamilton” was Bloodgood’s feature film debut, playing opposite Josh Duhamel. She starred with Ashton Kutcher in Disney’s “A Lot like Love”.

Bloodgood was featured in People Magazine’s World’s Most Beautiful People issue for 2006. She has also been featured in InStyle, Complex, Self, Glamour and Flaunt in conjunction with the release of one of her films.


Reitel is a Scottish actor and impressionist who specializes in voice work. He trained as an actor at the Central School of Speech and Drama. In 1982, Reitel starred in the “Further Adventures of Lucky Jim”, a BBC2 sitcom written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais. Reitel played Jim Dixon, based on the character and starred in the ITV sitcom “Mog” as a burglar who spent his days in a psychiatric hospital, pretending to be insane. He played the lead role in the UK TV comedy series “The Optimist” which ran from 1983 for two series. The program was almost entirely silent. In each episode, the optimist wandered through life doing his best to look on the bright side. He was usually thwarted in his endeavors by the people he encountered.

He also appeared in a short film called "Coconuts" with Michael Palin, in which the two of them did a demonstration on how coconuts can be used in place of horses. This film can be seen on the second disk of the collector's edition of "Monty Python and the Holy Grail". He played the lead role in the 2006 film “Trust Me” and appeared in “The Prestige”.

Reitel does voice over work for “The X Factor”. He also played the Town Crier and The Maggot in Tim Burton's “Corpse Bride”. His voice is also heard on Lemon Jelly's single "Nice Weather for Ducks". He will lend his voice next as Mr. Crab Tree in Steven Spielberg’s “The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn”.


From his portrayal of the quintessential all American Brad Majors in “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” to the hilarious Mayor Randall Winston on ABC’s “Spin City”, Golden Globe and Tony Award winner Bostwick has had quite a career spanning all genres of show business.

Bostwick has had starring roles in many highly acclaimed television film and miniseries. He portrayed George Washington in the two-part Peabody award winning CBS mini-series epic “George Washington”. He won a Golden Globe for his performance as Lieutenant Lady Aster in ABC’s thirty-hour presentation of “War and Remembrance”. Aside from George Washington, he also played another President in “Men in White”, National Lampoon’s spoof of “Men in Black” for the Fox Family Channel. Recently he has guest starred on several of the current television shows as well as completing three pilots, “Spellbound” and “The Twelfth Man” for Fox and “The News” for Touchstone and supplying the voice for Stan in “The Afterlife”, an animation pilot for FOX.

Bostwick was recently seen in “Hannah Montana: The Movie” with Miley Cyrus, “Evening” with Meryl Streep and “Nancy Drew”, as well as “Skulls III” for Universal, the independent feature “Swing”, Disney’s animated “101 Dalmatians Part 2” and “Chestnut-Hero of Central Park”. Other film credits include “Weekend at Bernie’s 2”, Stanley Donen’s “Movie, Movie”, “Spy Hard” with Leslie Nielsen”, “800 Leagues Down the Amazon,” and, of course, “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” in which he portrayed the prototypical American, Brad Majors.


Dylan was born on July 7, 1998 in Houston, Texas. One could see that Dylan was destined for greatness by his unique interest and curiosity for the arts. From a very early age he displayed an unusual fascination for comic book heroes, acting, music and art, which to date has put a huge mark on his creative direction.

By the age of 3, Dylan had already shot his first TV commercial, and landed a handful of department store photo shoots. But it was in February 2006 when Dylan and his little sister Ellery arrived in Hollywood to pursue a career in the arts that his adventures really began.

Now 11 years old, Dylan is excited to be able to call himself a professional actor. He simply loves the craft, and has had the pleasure of working with some of Hollywood’s finest actors, directors, producers and crew. He has just wrapped “The Christmas Gift” starring opposite Dean Cain. He has also recurred on Tracy Ullman’s “State of the Union”, as well as had appearances in “Land of the Lost” with Will Ferrell and “Old Dogs” with John Travolta. He feels that every experience offers new lessons and insight as well as a great opportunity to make new friends.


Ellery was born in Houston Texas on October 26, 2000; the year of the Dragon and the month of the Scorpion which, in Ellery's case explains it all! From a very early age, Ellery has always shown a genuine interest in people – young and old – and with her natural ability to engage and connect whenever she can never ceases to amaze and delight, including her love for all animals especially dogs – She relentlessly pursues and negotiates the necessity of owning a pooch, and will not give up until that dream becomes a reality -

At the age of 3 Ellery signed with the same talent agency her brother Dylan had pioneered. Over a two year period, she shot Print for a few department stores and booked a couple of commercials. By the age of 5, she had been transplanted to LA and like so many successful child actors began her life at the Oakwood Toluca Lake Complex; a place where she has many fun memories of friends and where she truly began her thespian journey.

Today, now 9 years old, Ellery has been fortunate to have worked with many talented actors, directors and crew; and has most recently been seen in Pushing Daisies with the formidable George Segal, The Mentalist and The Forgotten where she worked with generous Christian Slater – Yes the set is her true comfort zone. Ellery embraces it as if at home- always reaching out to everyone with sincerity and kindness. She infects any atmosphere with her bright and positive light – and makes us all feel we are special – a rare quality in one so young.

Despite a very busy schedule as a working actress, Ellery still finds time to continue to soak up life's offerings all kids enjoy; her friends, sleepovers, playing at the park, swimming, dancing, and shopping - PJ's being her specialty as well as a crazy fetish for buying stuffed animals, particularly Build-A-Bears. And now with her love for gymnastics, she will have no trouble showing you a proud cartwheel no matter where she is!

Yep the future is looking bright indeed for this shining little Star – Ellery Rose Sprayberry !