Alex Russell is an Australian actor best known for his role as Matt Garrety in Chronicle (2012). While studying at the National Institute for Dramatic Art in Sydney, he starred in Wasted on the Young with Adelaide Clemons, alongside whom he was named one of Australia’s 25 most promising talents in Inside Film Magazine’s “Rising Talent” issue.
Russell can be seen in the 2013’s Carrie, featuring Julianne Moore and Chloe Grace Moretz, and will co-star in the highly anticipated Angelina Jolie/Coen brothers collaboration, Unbroken, in theaters Christmas 2014.
Roles in shows, like Law and Order and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and in films, like The Hitcher and The Prince and Me, led up to Zach Knighton’s starring role in ABC’s ambitious 2009 science fiction drama, FlashForward.
Knighton followed up FlashForward with a starring role in the ensemble sitcom that became a cult hit, Happy Endings, which Rolling Stone called “the most underrated, under-watched series on TV, that may also be the funniest.” He stars in Fox’s upcoming single-camera ensemble comedy series, Weird Loners.
A college basketball player, Walls’ background has opened up many sports roles, portraying athletes on shows like Friday Night Lights and Blue Mountain State. He’ll appear in the upcoming hour-long STARZ Original drama series Power, which stars Omari Hardwick and is executive produced by Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson.
Miles Fisher, a Dallas, TX, native, is best known for his wide-reaching viral videos. He has appeared in TV shows like Mad Men and Gossip Girl, as well as movies like Final Destination 5 and J. Edgar.
In Superhero Movie (2008), Fisher’s caricature of Tom Cruise talking about scientology quickly recorded over 10 million views after being posted. Fisher is a musician, producing often comical videos for his original music, and also hosts a faux-sports talk web series called “Bad Sports.”
With a resume that boasts over 100 appearances in productions over the past five decades, Christopher McDonald is best known for his iconic roles of Shooter McGavin in Happy Gilmore and Tappy Timmons in Requiem for a Dream.
Since his movie debut in Grease 2, McDonald has played roles in blockbuster hits like Quiz Show, The Perfect Storm, Thelma & Louise, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Flubber, HBO’s Boardwalk Empire. He’ll appear as Henry Karnes, the grizzled, tough taskmaster of the Texas Rangers, in History’s upcoming miniseries, Texas Rising.
Though he’s appeared regulary in television and films since 2003, landing the role of deadpan, government-hating “Ron Swanson” in NBC’s Parks and Recreation is what sparked Nick Offerman’s launch into stardom. Portraying an iconic TV character in a show that Entertainment Weekly dubbed, “TV’s Smartest Comedy,” has made Offerman a household name.
Lecrae is a Grammy award-winning American Christian hip hop artist, celebrity, entrepreneur, and record producer. He is the president, co-owner and co-founder of the independent record label Reach Records, and the co-founder and president of the non-profit organization, ReachLife Ministries.
To date, he has released six studio albums and two mixtapes as a solo artist, and has released three studio albums, a remix album, and one studio album as the leader of the rap group, “116 Clique.” Lecrae appears in Believe Me as the leading man of the movie-within-a-movie, By Saving Grace.