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Rhys Darby Rhys Darby plays Lee
Comedian Rhys Darby stars as band manager Murray Hewitt on the popular HBO series “Flight of the Conchords”, after having originated the role on the BBC radio show of the same name. His many credits include co-starring opposite Jim Carrey in “Yes Man” and in Richard Curtis’ “The Boat that Rocked”. His stand-up concert DVD, Rhys Darby Live: Imagine That!, which was filmed live in Los Angeles in 2008, has elevated Rhys around the world to cult comedy icon status.
Sasha Alexander Sasha Alexander plays Alex
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Among her many television credits, Sasha has starred on “Dawson’s Creek”, “House MD” as well as the CBS hit “NCIS”. She currently headlines the TNT show “Rizzoli & Isles” with Angie Harmon. Her motion picture credits include: “ Mission:: Impossible III”, “Yes Man”, “He’s Just Not That Into You” with Drew Barrymore and “Love Happens” with Jennifer Aniston.
Fionnula Flanagan Fionnula Flanagan plays Irma
Fionnula’s vast body of work includes starring roles in feature films, television and theater. Her feature film credits include the box-office hit The Others, for which she won a Saturn Award, The Divine Secrets Of The Ya-Ya Sisterhood, James Joyce’s Women, Waking Ned Devine, Some Mother’s Son and Transamerica with Felicity Huffman. Highlights of Flanagan’s television credits include The Brotherhood for Showtime which won a prestigious Peabody Award, How The West Was Won, for which she received an Emmy® nomination for ‘Best Actress,’ and the CBS series To Have And To Hold.
Michael Cornacchia Michael Cornacchia plays Stan
Michael Cornacchia hails from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He attended the University of Southern California where he majored in Theatre. Michael has appeared in numerous television shows including “ER”, “The Practice”, “Six Feet Under”, “CSI: New York”, “The Tick,” “Pushing Daisies,” and “October Road”. Michael was also in the well-known internet series, “Terry Tate: Office Linebacker”. He worked with Kevin Pollack in the 2006 Academy Award Nominated Short Film, “Our Time is Up”. He has also voiced the role of Eddie in the video game version of “Reservoir Dogs”. He was the voice of Frankie in the academy award winning animated film, “Happy Feet.” Star Wars fans know him as Jabba the Hutt and Admiral Ackbar in Patrick T. Gorman’s, “The Star Wars Trilogy in 30 Minutes”. Michael can also be heard on the Kids’ WB series, “Legion of Super Heroes” as Bouncing Boy. Recently Michael appeared in BOTH the “Hannah Montana” TV series and “Hannah Montana: The Movie.” Michael just completed shooting Edoardo Ponti’s romantic comedy, “Coming and Going,” starring Sasha Alexander and Rhys Darby. Michael’s short, “Michael Poppins in The Curious Case of the Beastie Yeasties” in which he stars in and produced, was just selected to appear in the Los Angeles Comedy Festival. Michael also acted in and produced his first horror feature film, “Grey Skies.” Michael also created a short spoofing popular ghost hunting shows called, “What the F&#$ Was That?!”
Pam Cooks Pam Cooks plays Sue
Pam Cook loves to laugh. She attended USC Theatre School, and since graduating, has built a multifaceted career on line, on stage, on the big and small screens. Pam Cook is best known to millions of YouTube viewers as “Kelly’s Mom” on the viral sensation “Kelly” alongside actor Liam Sullivan. Pam and Liam performed the same show at Radio City Music Hall. Her character of “Patsy” for the “Drug Free America” campaign also generated enormous viral buzz. “Patsy” now has her own YouTube channel sharing all of her “great tips” on how to talk with your kids about drugs. Her most notable film and tv credits include the lead role in the Drama ¾ feature film “The Basement and the Kitchen”, and on TV’s VH1 as a recurring role on the comedy hit “I Hate My 30’s”. She can be seen on stage in Los Angeles regularly on the live sketch comedy show “Another Showcase Showdown”.
Brian Hooks Brian Hooks plays Chad Collins
In addition to his recent starring roles in feature films (such as the 2008 smash hit, Fool’s Gold, with Matthew McConaughey) as well as television (most notably as a series regular on UPN’s Eve from 2003-06), Brian Hooks has also enjoyed remarkable success as a leading star, producer and director in numerous highly profitable independent films. Brian’s film credits include: Phat Beach, written and directed by Doug Ellin (creator of HBO’s Entourage), High School High, Bulworth, Beloved, Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, 3 Strikes and Soul Plane. Brian’s television credits include: Cracker, NYPD Blue, Moesha, ER and The Parkers. After developing and producing a low-budget film which produced a remarkable five-thousand percent return (5000%) on investment, Q: The Movie, Brian was first able to observe the distinct advantages, and lucrative nature, of successfully creating and developing motion pictures. As a result, and backed by major film distributors such as MGM, Brian began to produce low-budget independent films in between his many film/television acting roles. Currently, Brian has released a horror film thriller, 7eventy5ive, (where Brian also makes his directorial debut), in addition to the film, I Do… I did.


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