Jason Biggs is a versatile and talented actor, known for both his dramatic and comedic talents across film, television and stage. Jason was most recently seen in Outmatched on Fox, the independent film Who We Are Now opposite Julianne Nicholson, which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival, and in the Freeform feature Angry Angel, produced by Will Gluck. Prior to that he starred as the lead role in the ABC pilot Charlie Foxtrot and as Larry Bloom in the hit television series Orange Is The New Black. He is also known for providing the voice of Leonardo in Nickelodeon’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles TV series. Jason’s other starring roles include the American Pie film series, Loser, Jersey Girl, Saving Silverman, Eight Below, My Best Friend’s Girl and Lower Learning. He’s also had appearances on hit TV Shows Frasier, Will & Grace, Mad Love, The Good Wife and Deadbeat. Most recently Biggs also starred on stage in The Heidi Chronicles as Scoop Rosenbaum, on Broadway. 


Aunjanue Ellis is a two-time Emmy nominee for HBO’s Lovecraft Country and for her performance in Ava Duvernay’s Netflix series When They See Us. She will be starring on HBO’s upcoming series Lovecraft Country, executive produced by Jordan Peele, J.J. Abrams, Misha Green and Warner Bros Television. She has recently starred in the feature film Miss Virginia opposite Uzo Aduba and in Lifetime’s biopic The Clark Sisters: The First Ladies of the Gospel, executive produced by Queen Latifah, Mary J. Blige and Missy Elliott. She was seen in Oscar Award-winning director Barry Jenkins’ If Beale Street Could Talk.

Ellis’ first television work was on an episode of New York Undercover, alongside Terrence Howard. She has had guest-starring arcs on several shows, including NCIS: Los Angeles and most recently Designated Survivor. She was a series regular on The Mentalist, High Incident, E-Ring, Justice, and ABC’s hit series Quantico. She also starred in the E-One/BET miniseries, The Book of Negroes (for which she was nominated for Outstanding Actress In A Miniseries at the 2015 Critics Choice Awards, The 2016 NAACP Awards, and won a Gracie Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role in a Made for TV Movie or Limited Series). She is also known for her scene stealing performances in Get On Up, The Help and Ray


Anabelle Acosta stars in the thriller Kill Chain opposite Nicolas Cage. She is well known to television viewers from the hit HBO series Ballers and ABC’s mega hit Quantico, where she played FBI agent Natalie Vasquez. Her television credits include recurring roles on NBC’s Chicago PD, E! drama series The Arrangement, CW’s Supernatural and ABC’s Castle.

Born in Havana, Cuba, raised in Miami and New York City, Ms. Acosta’s acting career began in We Made This Movie, and Freelancers, starring opposite Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, Forest Whitaker and Robert De Niro. Ms. Acosta was recently honored as one of Variety’s “10 Latinos to Watch” and People Magazine’s “Ones to Watch!” 


Carra Patterson is best known for her breakout performance as the only female (alongside 8 men) in the 2017 Tony Award Winning play Jitney (Best Revival). Jitney was written by two-time Pulitzer Prize winner August Wilson (Fences) & co-produced by John Legend. A graduate from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, Carra’s additional notable credits include her role as Tomica Woods (Eazy E’s wife) in the critically acclaimed 2015 film Straight Outta Compton and her series regular role in E!’s The Arrangement. Carra made her theater debut alongside Cynthia Nixon in the 2012 Broadway production of WIT. Since then, she has become one of the go-to young actresses in the theater world having starred in numerous Off-Broadway & Broadway productions. Carra stars as ‘Jessica’, a female lead opposite Josh Peck in Turner & Hooch, a new television series for Disney+.


Nile Bullock is a talented actor/dancer/singer who began his career at age eleven, under the direction of Susan Stroman, playing Eugene Williams in a riveting production of The Scottsboro Boys. He has since guest starred in Orange Is the New Black, Chicago Med, Bull, Tommy  and Law & Order: SVU. Nile had a multi-episode arc on Ray Donovan. He’s also known in the world of audio books voicing the lead in the Time Bestseller The Stars Beneath My Feet written by David Barclay Moore and Five Carat Soul by James McBride. Known as AKA NBTalented on social media, Nile has garnered thousands of fans entertaining them with his dancing, acting and singing skills.


Caleb Eberhardt has appeared in HBO’s The Deuce, The Post, Mozart in the Jungle, Law & Order, and many other projects. Recent credits include Betty and Black Christmas. He made his Broadway debut co-starring in Tarell Alvin McCraney’s (Academy Award-winning writer of Moonlight)’s play Choir Boy, at Manhattan Theatre Club. Also a singer (under the name Rosehardt), his self-produced debut album, Songs in the Key of Solitude, was released last spring to critical acclaim.