Academy Award winner Robin Williams has provided audiences with dramatic and comedic performances on film, stage and TV. He began his career in stand-up comedy and first gained attention on the TV series "Mork & Mindy." Some of his most notable films include "Good Will Hunting," "Good Morning Vietnam," and "Dead Poets Society."
Sarah Michelle Gellar is best known for the title role on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer." Most recently, she starred in The CW's "Ringer," also serving as executive producer. Gellar got her start on the daytime drama "All My Children," and went on to star in films like "I Know What You Did Last Summer," "Scooby-Doo" and "The Grudge."
A graduate of University of Michigan's drama school, James Wolk may be best known to TV audiences for his role in the miniseries "Political Animals." He received critical acclaim for his starring role in "Lone Star" and most recently appeared on the award-winning series "Mad Men." Other TV credits include "Happy Endings" and "Shameless."
Amanda Setton is best known to TV audiences for her recurring role on The CW's "Gossip Girl" and was most recently seen on "The Mindy Project." Other TV credits include guest-starring roles on "Blue Bloods," "Golden Boy," "Mercy" and "One Life to Live." She's also appeared in films like "What Happens in Vegas" and "Sex and the City."
Emmy and Golden Globe Award winner Toni Collette has starred in several projects on both the big and small screen. Some of her most notable films are "Muriel's Wedding," "The Sixth Sense" and "Little Miss Sunshine." On TV, Collette most recently starred in "United States of Tara," for which she earned several awards nominations.
A Golden Globe winner & Emmy nominee, Dylan McDermott has proven his talent in film, TV & theater. Recently featured in the series, "American Horror Story" , his other TV credits include "Dark Blue", "The Grid" & "The Practice" . His film credits include "The Perks of Being a Wallflower", "The Campaign" & "Steel Magnolias", among others.
Will Arnett has starred in many TV series including "Arrested Development" and "Up All Night". He has also had guest starred on "30 Rock", "Parks and Recreation," "Sex and the City" & more. Offscreen, he works on comedy enterprise, DumbDumb, creating & producing brand-inspired entertainment content for audiences across all forms of media.
Margo Martindale is revered for her powerful performances in film, stage and TV. She won an Emmy for her role on "Justified," and has appeared in many series including "Person Of Interest" & "Dexter", among others. She started her career in theater and was later nominated for a Tony for her performance in "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof."
Beau Bridges is a multiple award winner, critically acclaimed actor and director. He has earned 14 Emmy nominations for his work on a variety of TV series including "Brothers & Sisters", "The Closer" and "My Name Is Earl". Bridges has also spent time directing and starring in feature films and performing live theater.
JB Smoove is known for his breakout role as "Leon" on "Curb Your Enthusiasm." Other TV & film credits include "The Chris Rock Show," "Everybody Hates Chris," "Premium Blend," "Mr. Deeds," "Date Night" & "Hall Pass." Smoove also starred on and wrote for "SNL." He is currently launching a comedy based website called "The Rukus."
Anna Faris is best known for her comedic roles in the "Scary Movie" films and for "House Bunny" and "What's Your Number," two films which she both produced and starred in. On television, she's had recurring roles on "Entourage" portraying herself, and on the final season of "Friends," playing the surrogate for Monica and Chandler's twins.
Allison Janney is best known for her starring role as White House Press Secretary CJ Cregg in the TV series "The West Wing," for which she won 4 Emmy Awards and 4 SAG Awards. She is also an award winning stage and film actress appearing on Broadway in "9 to 5" and in the films "The Help," "American Beauty" & "Juno," among others.
Nate Corddry's first TV job was as a correspondent on "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart." After that, he appeared on "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip." His other TV credits include "The Pacific," "The United States of Tara," "30 Rock" & a recurring role on "Children's Hospital." His film credits include "The Heat" & "Shelter," among others.
After performing improv and sketch comedy for several years, Matt Jones landed a recurring role as "Badger" in the award-winning series "Breaking Bad." Jones' other TV credits include recurring roles on "NCIS," "How I Met Your Mother" and "Community." Jones' film roles include "Deputy Pete"' in "Red State" and "Richie" in "High Road."
French Stewart is best known for his role in the TV series "3rd Rock From The Sun." Also, he has appeared in "Seinfeld," "Just Shoot Me," "The Drew Carey Show," "Community," "Bones," and "Castle," among others. His film credits include "Stargate," "Leaving Las Vegas," "Surveillance," "The Flock" and cult favorite "Love Stinks."
Tony Shalhoub is most famous for his role as Adrian Monk on the original series "Monk," for which he won 3 Emmy Awards & served as executive producer. Other TV credits include series regular roles on "Stark Raving Mad" & "Wings." Also, Shalhoub is an accomplished stage actor, earning a Tony Award nomination for his work in "Golden Boy."
Jerry O'Connell began acting at age 11 when he co-starred in Rob Reiner's "Stand By Me." Following the film, he took a break to complete his education at NYU. Jerry has starred in several TV series, most notably as Dt. Woody Hoyt on "Crossing Jordan." Born & raised in NYC, he currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife & daughters.
Kal Penn is best known for his TV role as young Dr. Lawrence Kutner on the series "House" and on the big screen in the cult favorite "Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle." Penn returned to acting from a two year sabbatical during which he served as an Associate Director of the White House Office of Public Engagement.
Chris Smith's film credits include "The Reluctant Fundamentalist" and "Paranormal Activity 3." He's also had guest starring roles on "How I Met Your Mother,", "The Office," "30 Rock" and "The Mindy Project." He is the founder, head writer and principal performer of the sketch comedy troupe, Harvard Sailing Team.
Rebecca Breeds broke into TV in the Australian series "Blue Water High." She left the show for a breakout role in the series "Home and Away." On stage, she has starred in several productions, including "Godspell," "Joseph & The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat," "Jesus Christ Superstar," "Cinderella," "The King and I" and "The Wizard of Oz."
Prior to "2 Broke Girls," Kat Dennings became known to audiences following her roles in the feature films "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" and "Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist." the latter of which she was nominated for a SATELLITE Award. Her other TV credits include "CSI: Miami," "CSI: NY" and "Without a Trace," "ER" and "Raising Dad."
Before her breakout role on "2 Broke Girls," Beth Behrs appeared on "NCIS: Los Angeles" and "Castle." Her film credits include "American Pie: Book of Love" and the comedy "Serial Buddies." In addition to performing, Behrs has been actively involved with charity organizations such as Children of the Night, and Share Our Strength.
As an Emmy, Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild Award winner, Julianna Margulies has achieved success in TV, theater and film. Margulies earned an Emmy for her starring role in "The Good Wife." Her other TV credits include "The Sopranos," and "ER." She has also been in the films, "City Island" and "Snakes on a Plane," among others.