Louise Griffiths (Monica Davenport)
Louise Griffiths is a British actress and singer from London, England. She started out her professional career at 18 as a singer and songwriter, after attending the prestigious, The Arts Educational School.
Louise was signed to Universal Music Group as lead singer of all girl group “Orchid” and Warner-Chappell Music Publishing before falling in love with acting and moving to NYC. Whilst living in New York to further study acting, Louise won her first film role in The Devil’s Chair. The Devil’s Chair received rave reviews and won The Audience Award at Midnight Madness at the Toronto Film Festival.
To date, Louise has 14 films and numerous TV credits to her name. She won a Best Actress award (The Los Angeles Cinema Festival of Hollywood) for her leading role in The Mudman. She also appeared in All’s Faire In Love, Gangster Squad, The Revenant, and Unknown Caller. Louise has guest starred on C.S.I. and N.C.I.S., she has a recurring role on Tyler Perry’s The Haves and Have Nots (OWN).
Louise has had several commercial campaigns, including Lays, Infiniti, Dannon, LG, Apple, and AT&T. She was the face of Fancy Feast, a campaign directed by legendary cinematographer Janusz Kaminski that ran for three years incorporating seven commercials in an on-going story.
Louise is trained in firearms, archery, as well as high speed and precision driving. She is the co-host of Gearheads, in which she explores all areas of the automotive world. Louise is a self-professed car fanatic and served as long term Brand Ambassadors to both Audi and Infiniti.
Adam J. Harrington (Daniel Cliff)
Adam J. Harrington was born and raised in Southern Ontario, Canada. With a passion for the outdoors, Adam became a marine biologist and worked his way across Canada as a scientist, an aquarium curator, and even had a job scuba diving in nuclear stations. The desire to act, fully present as a child, never left however, so while living on an island near Vancouver Canada, Harrington figured it was time, moved to Vancouver and started auditioning.
His first professional job was the pilot for the TV series Stargate SG-1 (MGM), which lead to more guest stars. Then came the horror cult film Valentine (WB) where he played Katherine Heigl’s date from hell, followed by leads in two TV series, the comedy Show Me Yours (Showcase), and the drama Whistler (CTV). Harrington was then cast in the award-winning WWI period drama Passchendaele (Alliance), playing a young colonel desperately fighting to hold ground in the infamous “no mans land” opposite Paul Gross. The film garnered rave reviews for Harrington’s strong and nuanced performance.
It was during this time that Adam relocated to Los Angeles to try his luck in a bigger market… then the writers went on strike… and the economy crashed. But Harrington stuck it out, and eventually people started to take notice.
Harrington has most recently been recurring on Turn: Washington’s Spies (AMC) as ‘Lt. Gamble’, an Irish spy in colonial America. He has just completed filming season 1 of VH1’s upcoming new series Daytime Divas opposite Vanessa Williams. He has also recurred on Shadowhunters (FreeForm), Supernatural (CW), Drop Dead Diva (Lifetime), CSI (CBS), The Secret Circle (CW), The Mob Doctor (FOX), Luck (HBO), and Dexter (Showtime).
Recent guest star credits include Notorious (ABC), Training Day (CBS), Major Crimes (TNT), Criminal Minds (CBS), and Parks and Recreation (NBC), among others.
On film, Adam has appeared in features such as Gil Cates Jr.’s Lucky opposite Colin Hanks and Jeffrey Tambor and reunited with Katherine Heigl in Robert Luketic’s The Ugly Truth.
Adam J. Harrington also has a prolific career in voice-overs and gaming with lead roles in the technological breakout game L.A. Noire, and the heist game Battlefield Hardline. He was also “the” voice for Farmers Insurance award-winning rebranding campaign as well as for Verizon, Cox, Priceline, and Geico.
Clark Johnson (Robert Cochran)
Clark Johnson is an American actor and director. He has been a director and series regular on Homicide: Life on the Street and The Wire, and the Amazon comedy Alpha House with John Goodman and Bill Murray.
He began his professional career in football but after being unceremoniously cut by Toronto and Hamilton in Canada and Pittsburgh and Buffalo (twice) in the NFL. His first film job was as Lee Major’s driver.
He started directing professionally in 1997 in the fourth season of Homicide. He was the director of the pilot episodes and the series finales of The Shield (Emmy nomination) and The Wire; Clark also directed the pilot and other episodes of Sleeper Cell (won AFI best miniseries, nominated Golden Globe), Homeland, The Walking Dead, Memphis Beat, Lights Out, The Get Down and Luke Cage, among others. He also directed several and played a role in Homeland for Showtime.
His feature film career includes directing and playing roles in an original feature production for HBO’s, Boycott (AFI nominated, best Movie/mini series, won Peabody award), in 2001 then two feature films: S.W.A.T. in 2003 and The Sentinel in 2006. In 2016, he made his Broadway debut in a revival of Kurt Vonnegut’s musical God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater with James Earl Jones. In short, Clark is comfortable singing and dancing. Whether it be on stage, in front of the camera or behind it.
Pej Vahdat (Sean Dabashi)
Pej Vahdat was born in Tehran, Iran during the height of the revolution, which forced his family to flee to Germany before ultimately landing in San Jose, CA, where he ruled the little league field and cultivated a deep love of the San Francisco Giants.
Pej, a nationally ranked junior tennis player, earned a full scholarship to play division I tennis at San Diego State University. Despite a stint on the professional circuit and a bright future as a tennis star, Pej walked away from it to pursue acting.
After receiving his degree from SDSU he immediately moved to LA to begin his journey as a professional actor. Clark Johnson gave him his first SAG job on Sleeper Cell, and later hired him on Lie to Me. They reunite as leads in the feature, Magnum Opus. Pej also appeared in the film, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night.
Vahdat recently wrapped up an eight year run on the hit show Bones (FOX), and he can been seen most recently on Bryan Cranston’s new show Sneaky Pete (Amazon). His past credits include Shameless, Grey’s Anatomy, Arrested Development, and Dallas.
Pej also has appeared on stage at the Lincoln Center doing Blood and Gifts directed by Bartlett Sher, Indian Ink at the American Conservatory Theater, and most recently nominated for best lead actor in Disgraced at the Philadelphia Theatre Company.