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Anthony Tyler Quinn

as Jeff Baker

ANTHONY TYLER QUINN was born in New London, CT, and raised in Rockford, IL. From a young age, Quinn knew acting was in his blood. At age 19, he moved to California to make his living doing the thing he knew best and loved most. One of his first parts was a recurring role on the hit show Air Wolf, on which he was able to work with one of his favorite actors, Academy Award winner Ernest Borgnine. He has since worked steadily in both comedy and drama sharing the screen with the likes of Teri Hatcher, Sandra Bullock, Jason Bateman, Patricia Heaton, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Heather Locklear, Dick Van Dyke, and James Caan. Most will know Quinn best from his portrayal of the affable and cool teacher ‘Jonathan Turner’ from the hit Disney series Boy Meets World.


Danielle Bisutti

as Heather Stroud-Baker

DANIELLE BISUTTI was born in Los Angeles and raised in Simi Valley, CA, where she was involved in drama, choir, dance, speech, and debate. She studied the dramatic arts and graduated with honors from California State University at Fullerton with a double emphasis in acting and musical theatre. Danielle plays the role of Amanda Cantwell on the hit Nickelodeon television series True Jackson, VP. Bisutti’s feature film credits include her leading roles in Tropix, Venice Underground, The Neighbor, and a featured role in Warner Brother’s upcoming comedy Get Smart starring Steve Carell. She is recurring on some of television's most popular series: ‘Teri Long’ on Without A Trace and ‘Joan’ on The O.C.; and has had notable guest starring appearances on Boston Legal, Cold Case, Two & a Half Men, Shark, Twenty Good Years, Miss Match, Courting Alex, Charmed, Less Than Perfect, The Wizards of Waverly Place, Dharma & Greg, Andy Richter Controls The Universe, King of Queens, Charlie Lawrence and Platonically Incorrect.


Jay Underwood

as Dave Torre

Beginning with his breakout role in The Boy Who Could Fly, JAY UNDERWOOD has enjoyed a diverse twenty-year career as a successful working actor. Underwood’s film credits include Billy Graham’s Road to Redemption, the Roger Corman cult classic The Fantastic Four (as Johnny Storm, The Human Torch), and ‘Bug’ in Uncle Buck with John Candy. On the small screen Underwood portrayed ‘Sonny Bono’ in ABC’s The Sonny and Cher Story, young ‘Ernest Hemingway’ in The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, ‘Chip’ in the Disney Channel trilogy Not Quite Human, and guest appearances on numerous hits including Miracles, X-Files, E.R., The West Wing, Star Trek Voyager and Millennium. More recently, Underwood felt God’s call on his life to pursue full time Christian ministry. After graduating seminary in 2007, he became a full time pastor and currently serves in northern California. Underwood was convinced to come out of “retirement” to participate in Coram Deo’s “No Greater Love.”


Aaron Sanders

as Ethan Baker

Born in Templeton, California, AARON SANDERS now resides in the Los Angeles area with his mom and 9-year-old brother Cameron. After being noticed at an LA talent search, Aaron decided that he wanted to try his hand at acting. He immediately became a working actor, making his television debut in an episode of Passions, which was followed by an episode of Crumbs, and the pilot Genetically Challenged. Aaron also landed a national T-Mobile commercial as well as several industrial films. Most recently, Aaron filmed a co-star role on CSI: Miami.


Alexis Boozer

as Katie Saunders

ALEXIS BOOZER holds a BA in Drama from Stanford University where she won the Evelyn M. Draper Prize for Performance. In her four years at Stanford, she appeared in over 30 theatre and film productions. As a founding member of Mad Th8r, she performed in Death and the Maiden (Paulina) and No Exit (Estelle) in London and at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. San Francisco theatre credits include: Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, No Exit and Hamlet. She received additional training from The Alabama Shakespeare Festival and Meisner-trained John Desiderio.She has appeared in a number of regional and national commercials and in several independent feature films, including Life Noir and The Confessional. She continues to star as ‘Amber Turnipseed’ on the hit internet sitcom Break a Leg.


Eric Bivens-Bush

as T.J. Little

Hailing from Seattle, WA, ERIC BIVENS-BUSH has leaped on the entertainment scene both in front of and behind the camera. His acting credits include guest spots on Everybody Hates Chris, ER, and The Keenan Ivory Wayans Show, as well as lead roles in award-winning independent films including Quest to Ref and Momma’s Boy. In addition, Bivens-Bush’s versatility has been showcased with numerous writing, directing and stand-up comic credits.