Emma Caufield — Oona
Born and raised in San Diego, Emma Caulfield began studying drama in high school at the La Jolla Playhouse and the Old Globe Theatre where she won the distinguished honor of "Excellence in Theatre Arts." After college, she picked up her drama studies once again at The American School in Switzerland (TASIS) in London. Emma first rose to success as the young and beautiful demon-turned-mortal, "Anya" on the hit series BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER. Originally cast as a guest star, Emma so impressed show creator Joss Whedon that Anya became a series regular for five seasons. She was also a major character on BEVERLY HILLS, 90210 during the1995-1996 season, appearing in thirty episodes as Brandon's journalist girlfriend, “Susan Keats.” Other television work includes a guest spot on MONK and recurring voice work on Seth Green’s animated cult hit ROBOT CHICKEN. In 2003 she starred as "Caitlin Green" in the Revolution Studios thriller, DARKNESS FALLS, which opened as the number one film at the box office. Recently Emma delivered a heartbreaking guest starring performance on the hit show PRIVATE PRACTICE on ABC.
Michelle Borth — Steph
Michelle Borth summoned the attention of the entertainment industry in HBO’s groundbreaking series TELL ME YOU LOVE ME. Playing impulsive and troubled “Jaime,” Michelle took great risks as an actress and earned well-deserved notice. Her feature credits include THE SISTERHOOD, Lion’s Gate Film’s WONDERLAND, TRESPASSERS and SILENT WARNINGS. Michelle also has exciting roles in the soon-to-be released features SCARLET CROSS and the comedy A GOOD OLD-FASHIONED ORGY with Will Forte and Leslie Bibb. Michelle has had great success in television, playing guest roles on such shows as THE CLEANER, LAW & ORDER: SVU, FREDDIE and SUPERNATURAL. More recently Michelle earned her first executive producer credit with the upcoming feature film EVERYTHING WILL HAPPEN BEFORE YOU DIE starring Nick Stahl. A native of New York, Michelle now lives and works in Los Angeles.
John Patrick Amedori — Mikey
John started his career landing a small role in Cameron Crowe’s award-winning ALMOST FAMOUS. A natural fit for the lead but too young to play the role, Cameron decided John deserved to be part of the project and went on to describe him as “one of the spiritual guiding forces in the film.” John’s performances in M. Night Shyamalan’s UNBREAKABLE and New Line’s THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT have garnered him similar praise. His past work in film includes LOVE IS THE DRUG, starring opposite Daryl Hannah and Lizzie Caplan, and the Disney comedy STICK IT, starring Jeff Bridges and directed by Jessica Bendinger. He plays opposite Dermot Mulroney and Hope Davis as the rebellious Paul Stuckey in HAPPY TOGETHER, set for release later this year. On the small screen, John recurred as Blake Lively’s love interest on CW’s GOSSIP GIRL. He’s also landed a series regular role on the upcoming ABC pilot HAPPY TOWN. John’s past body of work includes appearances on PHILLY, THE GUARDIAN, LAW & ORDER: SVU, HOUSE, GHOST WHISPERER, NIP/TUCK and THE CLEANER.
— Dan the Man
Born in Savannah, Georgia, Desmond Harrington grew up in the Bronx, NY. On one of his first auditions, Desmond booked JOAN OF ARC starring Mila Jovovich, John Malkovich and Dustin Hoffman and directed by Luc Besson. Audiences saw him co-star in Christine Lahti’s feature film directorial debut, MY FIRST MISTER, opposite Albert Brooks and Leelee Sobieski, which Paramount Classics premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2001. He was also seen co-starring in RIDING IN CARS WITH BOYS opposite Drew Barrymore for director Penny Marshall that Sony pictures released in 2001. Other feature work includes DROP BACK TEN, LOVE OBJECT, GHOST SHIP, WRONG TURN and THREE WAY SPLIT. Desmond was also seen in TAKEN the Emmy-winning Dreamworks mini-series produced by Steven Spielberg. More recently, Desmond played a recurring role on the popular CW show, GOSSIP GIRL, alongside Blake Livey and Leighton Meester. Desmond became a series regular on Showtime’s DEXTER, where he plays the mysterious Detective Joseph Quinn. In between, Desmond also shot the dramatic film, LIFE IS HOT IN CRACKTOWN, alongside Kerry Washington and directed by Buddy Giovinazzo.
The product of a musical family, JoBeth Williams made her professional debut at age 18 in a Houston-based musical production. She decided to pursue theater after receiving her B.A. in English from Brown University. In New York the lovely JoBeth became a daytime regular in the mid-1970s on both SOMERSET and GUIDING LIGHT. Her feature film break came in a small but memorable role in KRAMER VS. KRAMER. Her star-making role would come in the form of the strong-willed mother of three who fights to save her brood from home-invading demons in Steven Spielberg’s critical and box-office hit POLTERGEIST. JoBeth moved on to another cult classic: the ensemble film THE BIG CHILL. Cast in some of the finest TV-movies served up, JoBeth won deserved Emmy nominations for her real-life mother of an ill-fated missing child in ADAM real-life surrogate mother in BABY M. Behind the scenes she was nominated for an Academy Award for her directorial debut of Showtime's ON HOPE and continues to seek out other directing projects. Recently JoBeth has made a star turn on Showtime’s hit DEXTER. She and husband John Pasquin, who directed her in the film JUNGLE 2 JUNGLE and on the TV series PAYNE, have two children.