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Interview with the cast of “The Endgame”

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Morena Baccarin and Ryan Michelle Bathe of "The Endgame" on NBC

Interview with actors Morena Baccarin, Ryan Michelle Bathé, Costa Ronin and executive producers Jake Coburn and Nick Wootton of “The Endgame” on “NBC” by Suzanne 2/11/22

This was part of a larger NBC panel for TCA. I really enjoyed watching this show because it’s exciting. It really keeps you on the edge of your seat.  The actors are really good. I would have watched it just because Morena Baccarin is always good. You may know her from “Firefly,” “Gotham” or the “Deadpool” movies. She’s always outstanding. Ryan Michelle Bathé does a good job as the heroine. Noah Bean is also in the cast; I loved him in many roles, such as “Damages” and “Nikita.” I interviewed Costa Ronin before, and he’s an excellent actor and nice person.  Make sure you check it out! It’s a little bit like “Blacklist,” mixed with “Killing Eve” and “Blindspot,” and a dash of “Queen of the South.” Yet it’s definitely its own thing.

Most of the questions were directed at Morena Baccarin, so I asked a question for both women. Most of the good questions had already been asked. First, I told them how much I loved the show. Then I asked, “Did either of you have much input into either your character or the clothing that you get to wear in the show?” They kind of laughed at my question, which is fine. Morena replied that they did have conversations beforehand about their characters and how these two women related to each other. Their two characters are so tied together that you can’t have one without the other. She also said that “the clothing is very important to this character.” When we first see Elena, she’s “coming out of this box in a dress,” so they had trouble, at first, finding the right gown so that she could amazing. The effect she described is, “it’s a very strange and incredible moment to see this international arms dealer being captured in a giant ball gown.” She had tried on many dresses and hadn’t found the one she liked. She was on the Upper East Side of New York for a doctor’s appointment. She had some time to kill, so she walked into the Carolina Herrera shop and saw the dress immediately. She said to herself “That’s the one,” tried it on and sent the producers a photo of it. They did look into other options, but this was the one that she felt gives you the right feeling that they wanted Elena to invoke in the audience when they saw her coming out of the box. EP and showrunner Nick Wooton agreed. Once she found that dress, they tried to see if anything else came close, but nothing did. Morena joked, “And now I’m stuck with this dress forever.” Nick joked with her but then made it clear that she does change clothes at some point. Morena asked if Ryan had anything to add, but Ryan made her own joke by saying, “No. Val is just a bit of a sparrow… just rolls around in the dirt with the pigeons and just, kind of, gets on, stomp, stomp, stomp.” I think she was just saying that Val’s clothes are no big deal compared to Elena’s. It was a funny way of saying it, though.

Here are the questions asked by other journalists on the panel. Most of the questions were directed at Morena, since most people are probably more familiar with her work. Here are the questions for her. She was asked how it was being the lead of the show (since this is her first lead role). Morena thinks that she and Ryan are equal leads on the show and that Ryan gets more screen time than she does. She noted, “it’s fun to be No. 1 on the call sheet, but the work is definitely not all on me.”

She was also asked what about the script or character attracted her to it. She answered that she always wanted to play a larger-than-life character who plays for “high stakes.” Also, she liked the humor in the series and felt that it was a page-turner as she read it. She also enjoyed that it’s about two people who happen to be women. They’re both “after the same thing,” even though they’re on opposite sides.

Next Morena was asked if she had to do any type of physical stunt work or training for her, or what things she did to embody the “beautiful essence” of Elena. Morena told us that the accent was the biggest thing for her that she had to embrace and work very hard to perfect. It’s not one she’s done before, but it was “a lot of fun to create this part.” Going back to my question, she confirmed that she had a lot of discussions with the producers about the accent, who the character was, etc. She thinks Val has a lot more action to do than Elena.

Morena was asked if she thinks Elena will be an anti-hero that “the audience will root for.” Morena joked that the dress made her do “weird things” and then seriously agreed that she believes that Elena is not really a villain because she’s fighting for a good cause. Any “villain” has to have good reasons in their minds to do what they do. Usually it’s because of someone they’re connected to, which is the case here. She believes that anyone who watches the first episode or two will be rooting for both Elena and Val. Nick chimed in that the first arc of the show starts of looking like there’s a good guy and a bad guy, and then the series explores their characters, and some gray areas. Then there’s a “gradual shift over this ten day period of time.” It might end up in a very different place.

Morena was asked what new challenges the role has brought to her (which is a similar question to the one she was asked before). She answered it differently, though. The character is very complicated, so they get to explore who Elena is, what makes her tick, and “her emotional arc and life.” She’s always asking Nick what Elena’s motivation is in each episode so that she could make sure to know what drives her and to make her real, not like a cartoon. She’s had trouble with the accent and gets help from Costa with that. She stressed that, “the acts that are happening around her that she’s orchestrated are enormous.” She also had to make sure to “have fun” with the part. If she doesn’t have fun, then she loses the audience. It has to be “grounded in reality” and not too out there, so she’s always questioning whether she’s acting too broadly or not. She compares it to being in “bumper cars” while trying to find Elena.

Ryan was asked some questions. She was previously in “Boston Legal” and “All Rise” as lawyers, and now she’s an FBI agent. In real life, she went to Stanford and NYU. She was asked if she ever wanted to be a doctor, lawyer, etc. and how she decided to become an actor. Interesting question. Costa joked, “You could have had a real job is what he’s saying.”

Ryan replied that she did consider becoming a lawyer and an FBI agent. She also wanted to become a pilot in the Air Force and fly fighter jets, but she was told she couldn’t do that (probably because it’s very tough to get to do that job, especially for women). There were many things she wanted to do, but that led her to become an actor because then she gets to play all of these things. She’s glad that she doesn’t have to actually arrest or shoot anyone. Then she joked, “Jake and Nick know about my shooting” and Nick replied, “Steady aim. Steady eye. She’s dead eye.” Well, I wish I had asked whether he was being facetious or not.

Ryan was asked about graduating from Stanford. Issa Rae also came from there. She was asked if she saw that other black students were going there to build the drama program. She was also asked how she feels about starting a new show when her husband’s show is ending (she’s married to Sterling K. Brown of “This Is Us”). Ryan praised Stanford and their “wonderful alumni community.” She noted that it was a Stanford woman that gave her “my first big job in Hollywood.” She told us that she’s sad about the end of the Pearsons and his show, just like she feels “all of America is.” She said that Sterling has made “great friends” there. She thinks that her starting a new show dovetails nicely with his ending and feels it would be too difficult to both be starting 2 new shows at the same time.

Another press person asked her about Val’s motivations on the show because she seems so “pure.” He wondered what else she’s about. Ryan let us know that each show is a new day in the story, so time passes differently there than out here in the real world. Her description made total sense, “”it’s like if you dropped into the worst five days of someone’s life, you would think that that five days was it, and you wouldn’t know that they like cheeseburgers” (for instance). She joked that she and Morean really tried to get it into the show that she likes cheeseburgers. Morena cracked her own joked, “We have a pitch for you after this,” so Nick replied, “Done. It’s already written.”

Ryan continued to explain that we don’t know too much about Ryan at first because she’s just so focused on these tough days in her life, not anything else that’s going on in her life. “right now,” she explained, “she’s got to get her girl and, in the process, unravel an international government conspiracy.”

Another reporter told Ryan how much she adores her and that she’s happy to see her in this cool show. She asked if she’s correct to assume that this is a type of Robin Hood story. Ryan agreed with that, and Morena agreed that there are definitely aspects of that other story. Ryan added that it has to do with what Elena does with the money, but she’s not allowed to tell us about it.

Nick explained that the story is more about the corruption going on in public institutions, that is “in plain sight.” Elena is pointing out the flaws in the systems. The real world flaws are informing their “narrative.” They have no shortage of real world issues to use for future episodes because of everything that goes on in the world.

Another fan of Ryan’s asked whether she would have time to be on “All Rise,” now that it’s on OWN, as well as “First Wives Club,” since she’s in this show. Ryan confided that she just loves “All Rise” and the people there. She especially praised star Simone Missick, whom she called a “queen” and compared her to “Nefertiti.” She hopes they can make the schedule work for her to be on “All Rise” as well.

Poor Costa had been largely ignored, so it was nice to see that someone finally asked him a question. He was asked about his character and what made him want to take the role. He’s played a criminal in many shows, such as “The Americans” and “Homeland.” Costa admitted that it’s “the best script I have read in the last two years.” He’s very excited to be part of it. It’s more than just a crime show. It combines many elements. It does have a lot of action, but there are “quiet moments” which show why the characters are doing things. It’s not a one-note show. He compared it to a symphony, saying, “you have a little bit of this, you have a little bit of that.” Each episode brings more incredible story. He really praised the writers and said he’s proud to be part of it.

Executive Producers Nick and Jake were asked if the series was shot in New York, or whether it was just a few external shots. He also asked if there were any financial considerations, such as tax credits, or if shooting was affected by the pandemic.

Nick confirmed that it was shot entirely in NYC. He joked, “Money has never entered into the conversation for one second about this show. It is shockingly carte blanche.” Nick loves the city. His mom was “born and raised in The Bronx,” and he’s spent a lot of time there. He described why he thinks it’s best place for any crime drama: “the density of humanity, the beauty of the sky line, the water, the range of socioeconomics. Everything about New York lends itself to a great show, as we’ve seen a thousand times and we’ll see many times more. To me it’s the most exciting city in the world to shoot in.” They did get tax credit but could have shot it somewhere cheaper. They chose New York instead.


"The Endgame" on NBC starring Morena Baccarin and Ryan Michelle BathéA pulse-pounding high-stakes two-hander about Elena Federova, a recently captured international arms dealer and brilliant criminal mastermind who orchestrates a number of coordinated bank heists throughout New York City for a mysterious purpose. Her antagonist is Val Turner, the principled, relentless and socially outcast FBI agent who will stop at nothing to foil her ambitious plan. The gripping heist drama reveals how far some people will go for love, justice and the most valuable commodity in the world: the truth.

Morena Baccarin, Ryan Michelle Bathé, Costa Ronin, Jordan Johnson-Hinds, Kamal Bolden, Noah Bean and Mark Damon Espinoza star.

Nicholas Wootton writes and executive produces. Jake Coburn, Julie Plec, Emily Cummins, Andrew Schneider and Justin Lin, who directed the pilot, will also executive produce.

“The Endgame” is produced by Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group, with Nicholas Wootton Productions, Jake Coburn Productions, My So-Called Company and Perfect Storm Entertainment.

Morena Baccarin

Elena Federova, “The Endgame”

THE ENDGAME — Season: 1 -- Pictured: Morena Baccarin as Elena Federova -- (Photo by: Zach Dilgard/NBC)
Morena Baccarin plays Elena Federova on the new NBC drama “The Endgame.”

Baccarin recently starred in the film “The Good House” and has a role in the upcoming “Last Looks,” an action-suspense film opposite Charlie Hunnam. She is best known as the female lead in the “Deadpool” franchise. Other film credits include “Greenland,” “Ode to Joy, “Framing John DeLorean” and “Spy.”

Baccarin captured the attention of audiences and critics for her Emmy Award-nominated performance in “Homeland,” alongside Claire Danes and Mandy Patinkin. She began her career in “Firefly,” was a series regular on “Gotham” and the sci-fi drama “V,” and recurred on “The Mentalist.”

Baccarin is actively involved with the International Rescue Committee (IRC), whose mission is “to help people whose lives and livelihoods are shattered by conflict and disaster to survive, recover and gain control of their future.” She also sits on the board of Waterwell, a civic-minded theater company that inspires audiences and students to change the world they live in.

Baccarin was born in Rio de Janeiro and moved with her family to New York at the age of 7. She is a graduate of the prestigious Juilliard School and resides in New York with her husband and two children.

Ryan Michelle Bathé

Val Turner, “The Endgame”

THE ENDGAME — Season: 1 -- Pictured: Ryan Michelle Bathe as Val Turner -- (Photo by: Zach Dilgard/NBC)
Ryan Michelle Bathé stars as Val Turner in the new NBC drama “The Endgame.”

In 2020, Bathé starred in the Emmy Award-nominated Amazon film “Sylvie’s Love” and CBS’ “All Rise.” Since 2019, she has starred in the BET+ series “First Wives Club,” based on the 1996 film. Her many television credits include “The Rookie,” “Empire,” “This Is Us,” “Army Wives,” “Retired at 35,” “ER,” “Boston Legal” and “How I Met Your Mother.”

On stage, Bathé has performed in Shakespeare’s “As You Like It” and “Much to Do About Nothing” at the Old Guthrie Theatre and Old Globe Theatre, respectively. She also co-starred in the musical “The Hot Mikado” at the Ford Theater in Washington, D.C.

Two years ago Bathé launched Down on Maple Productions and signed a first-look deal with ViacomCBS MTV Entertainment Group. The partnership covers content created and/or developed for television and new media with the focus on identifying emerging talent and underrepresented voices.

She is a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, an organization whose members are dedicated to sisterhood, scholarship and service. Combining her passion for helping children and philanthropy, Bathé is also a passionate member of Alliance of Moms, a membership-based program that supports pregnant and parenting teens in foster care in Los Angeles County.

Bathé was born in St. Louis and raised in Stamford, Conn. She graduated from Stanford University and earned her MFA in acting from New York University. She currently resides in Los Angeles with her husband and two children.

Costa Ronin of "The Endgame" on NBCCosta Ronin

Sergey Vodianov, “The Endgame”

Costa Ronin plays Sergey Vodianov in the new NBC drama “The Endgame.”

Ronin, who was born and raised on the west coast of Russia, recently completed principal photography on the independent feature “ISS,” starring opposite Chris Messina. He was recently be seen in Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” and is best known for his roles in the hit drama series “The Americans” and “Homeland.”

Other TV credits include “Splitting Up Together,” “Extant” and “Gotham.

Nick Wooten

Executive Producer, “The Endgame”

Nick Wootton is an Emmy Award-winning television writer and producer. He has written for various critically acclaimed drama series, including “Chuck,” “Prison Break,” “Law & Order,” “NYPD Blue” and “Scorpion.”

Wootton won the Emmy for Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series in 1998 for his work on “NYPD Blue.”

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Interview with the cast of “American Auto”

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the cast of "American Auto" on NBC

Interview with the cast of “American Auto” on NBC by Suzanne 12/9/21

This is a pretty funny sitcom, and it was a lot of fun talking to the cast. This press panel had many journalists asking questions. You can see my one question a little more than halfway down the page. I wish I had gotten another question because I would have loved to have asked Harriet Dyer a question. I really loved her show “The InBetween” (2019).  What an amazing actress she is! I didn’t even recognize her as the same person in this role.




 American Auto

 Jon Barinholtz, Talent, “Wesley”

Harriet Dyer, Talent, “Sadie”

Ana Gasteyer, Talent, “Katherine”

Humphrey Ker, Talent, “Elliot”

X Mayo, Talent, “Dori”

Michael B. Washington, Talent, “Cyrus”

Tye White, Talent, “Jack”

Justin Spitzer, Creator/Executive Producer

Virtual via Zoom

December 9, 2021

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PAM BEER:  Hi.  It’s Pam again, and I’m here to introduce the panel for our new comedy “American Auto,” which will be sneak‑previewed on Monday, December 13th at 10:00 and 10:30 p.m., before moving to its normal time slot on Tuesday, January 4th at 8 o’clock.

From “Superstore” creator Justin Spitzer comes a new workplace comedy that takes the wheels off of the automobile industry.

Set in Detroit, the corporate executives of Payne Motors are at a crossroads:  Adapt to the changing times or be sent to the junkyard.

Shaking things up as the new CEO, her leadership, experience, and savvy is only slightly offset by her complete lack of knowledge about cars.  From the corporate to the factory floor, the crew of Payne Motors is driving home the laughs.

Here’s a look at the first season of “American Auto.”

(Clip shown.)

PAM BEER:  In the top row are executive producer Justin Spitzer, Ana Gasteyer, and Harriet Dyer.  In the second row are Michael B. Washington, Jon Barinholtz, and Tye White.  In the third row are Humphrey Ker and X Mayo.

We are now ready for your questions.

MATTHEW LIFSON:  Thank you, once again, Pam.  And welcome to our panelists.

Just a reminder to use the “raise hand” function if you want to ask a question.

And our first question comes from Mike Hughes, and Jay Bobbin will be on deck.

So, go ahead, Mike.

QUESTION:  Yeah, for Ana.  It seems like you’re in a really good streak right now.  I saw “A Clüsterfünke Christmas,” and I thought it was hilarious, and you co‑wrote it, and so forth.  And so, I wanted to ask you what this time has been like for you?  Because you got this show, apparently, pretty early last year, but then, had to wait for a long time, and now, this is coming up right after “Clüsterfünke.”  Has this just been a really good ‑‑ in other words, has the pandemic been pretty good for you?

ANA GASTEYER:  The pandemic has been fantastic for me, yeah.       I mean, you know, besides all the millions of people that have died, it’s worked really well for me.  Please don’t print that.


ANA GASTEYER:  You know, I flew to L.A., and I had my fitting for the pilot, and we were getting ready to film it when the entire world went into shutdown, and it’s been ‑‑ I mean, you know, it’s an overused word, but it really has been an incredible series with blessing on this because, honestly, we didn’t even know if it was going to go.  I just assumed ‑‑ I mean, I leaped at the opportunity.  The script was fantastic.  Justin is established, and smart, and human, and the perfect writer to, sort of, meet the times, I think, comedically, and that’s not an easy thing to do.  And, yeah, we got lucky.  We ended up making the pilot last October – 2020 — and then, picked up, and started filming in 2021.  So, it was a long, kind of, drawn‑out thing, but kind of nice, in a way, because you do these new television shows really, truly, in a bubble.  We didn’t really interact with anyone because of COVID.  We actually didn’t even really see Justin’s lower half of his face for a good couple of years.  (Justin laughs.)  And it was nice because, as a cast and a community, we, sort of, did that thing where we established a relationship via text, and over the months, kind of, checking in with one another, and by the time it came to filming, we were really friends, which was fantastic.

QUESTION:  And in the middle of that, when did you do “Clüsterfünke,” then?

ANA GASTEYER:  So, we ‑‑ by the way, thank you for honoring the umlauts and pronunciation.


We had sold that in ‑‑ Rachel and I sold it in 2019.  And so, we wrote that script right when we went into the shutdown.  So, we wrote it at the beginning, and then, the timing just worked out beautifully because we were able to film it directly prior to “American Auto,” and it just was, sort of, a confluence of good fortune that everything came out at the same time.

QUESTION:  Well, thanks.

MATTHEW LIFSON:  Our next question is from Jay Bobbin, and Valerie Malone is going to be on deck,

Jay, go for it.

QUESTION:  Thank you very much.  My question is for Harriet.

Harriet, you’ve been doing a lot of heavy‑duty drama lately, and a certain scene at a restaurant with an invisible man certainly sticks in mind.  Doing comedy at this point in time, is this, like, the possible best juncture for you to pivot from the drama you’ve been doing, to this?

HARRIET DYER:  I don’t know.  I, kind of ‑‑ when I got out of drama school in Sydney, I was doing both; whether it was theater, or TV, which, kind of, came later.  I would just hope to, kind of, do both for as long as, you know, people will allow it.  I think you can find both in both.  And I mean ‑‑ but this is a dream, to come to America and do a network comedy.  That was something I never thought would happen.  So, I mean, if I stayed in comedy now, you know, mostly, that would be very exciting to me, but I really do ‑‑ really do love drama, too.

QUESTION:  Thank you.

MATTHEW LIFSON:  Our next question comes from Valeria Malone, and Jamie Sticker is on deck.

Go ahead, Valerie.

QUESTION:  Justin, can you talk about your decision to center the series around the corporate perspective, and your decision to make it a comedy, rather than an action or drama series, please?

JUSTIN SPITZER:  I don’t know that I would know how to write an action or a drama series.  I would love that challenge, but I think I’m in comedy for now.

The genesis of this was, I pitched this show back in 2013.  I’d been on “The Office” for a long time, and I thought I’d love to do a workplace show about the corporate world, you know?  And in “The Office,” they refer to decisions made by corporate, occasionally, and I’d think, like, oh, what’s that show about, and how do those decisions get made?  And then, the following year, I did “Superstore.”  “American Auto” was in pilot at that point, so I took bits and pieces, and put them in “Superstore,” and then, every now and then, I would talk to Tracy Acosta ‑‑ who had been to the studio when we developed “American Auto” originally, and she moved over to the network, and she was always a fan of it ‑‑ about if there was ever an opportunity to redevelop it.  And so, then, when I left “Superstore,” it felt like an opportunity, and it felt like an even better time.  You know, “Superstore” is so much a show about people whose lives are dictated by corporate, and they seem like antagonists all the time, and it seemed fun to get a peek on behind the scenes of how the decisions get made, you know?  The people at corporate aren’t bad people; they’re good people doing their best to try to make the company work, and, sometimes, their decisions have bad effects on the employees, but I thought it would be fun to get to see why those decisions get made.  So, yeah, that was, sort of, the reasoning about the corporate world.

And then, the fact that it’s the auto industry, sort of, came later.  I, sort of, just wanted it to be about a big multibillion‑dollar American industry.

QUESTION:  But you feel that diversity is important to you.  Can you talk about, perhaps, how it plays out in different roles in the series?

JUSTIN SPITZER:  You know, I think – it’s always a hard thing to answer.  I think, you know, we’re all trying to be more conscious of diversity.  I think it allows you to do more kinds of stories, especially in a show like this, that deals with issues impacted by those things.  You know, it’s a satire.  You know, you guys have seen the first episode that deals with bias in tech.  And so, it gives me those opportunities.

You know, I don’t think of it so much as what can we do for social good?  You know, my job is to make a show, and make it good, but I think diversity certainly helps with that.  Maybe some of our other cast could speak to that if anyone would like to.

MICHAEL B. WASHINGTON:  Yeah.  Well, one of the things that I was drawn to so much when I first read the script, and had the opportunity to read, NBC Universal has been very kind to many of us, and they’ve taken care ‑‑ ready good care of us for many years, but they’ve always been looking for something for me to do in a more corporate structure; like, more authoritative roles.  And that’s not something that a network lets you get to read for, as an African American gentleman, let alone two, three, four, you know, people of color in executive ranks.  So, I was very drawn to the fact that Cyrus is a very smart, educated corporate executive who’s allowed to be the smartest one in the room, for good or for bad, whether he puts his foot in his mouth, or not, and all the comedy that ensues from it, and the beautiful thing about the place we’re in right now, with the world, and society, and cultural issues.  Getting to represent that so that young Black boys, young Black girls, get to see somebody in a suit be smart is not still the norm.  So, I’m very drawn to this show because of that, and getting to play with these incredible comedians, and keeping levity about it.  It’s not always hard‑hitting; it’s light and fun.  So, diversity can be a fun thing as well.

QUESTION:  Very good.  Thank you.

MATTHEW LIFSON:  Our next question is from Jamie Sticker, and Suzanne Lanoue is on deck.

Jamie, go ahead.

QUESTION:  X, I have to say, those are some hilariously funny, funny scenes with you.  How much of your work is improv?  Like, the soap scene; you bring your own soap with you.  How much of your time on “American Auto” is scripted, and how much of it is just improv?

X MAYO:  Yes.  I don’t say any lines that are written.


No, I’m kidding.  I’m kidding.  No.  I love ‑‑ first of all, this script is amazing.  But let me tell you, as someone who is an actor and an improvisor, if the script isn’t good, I do not improvise because I don’t have a place to jump off of.  There is no clear foundation.  I have nowhere to go.  So, the fact that I do play so much speaks to the quality of the writing, and the fact that they are writers, when they write that episode, they’re on there, and they’re so open to collaborate.  And I’m, like, “Hey, I wanted to try this,” and they’re, like, “Yes, go, do.  Yeah, go do that.”  And so, I really love that aspect of it.  But yeah, I mean, a lot of those words that you hear are from the script, but I do like to, like, punch up and play.  And, also, too, like, there are, like, so many amazing comedians on the show, like Humphs and JB.  Like, I just love, like, pitching jokes to them, or if I can make one of them laugh, I’m, like, “Damn.”


Sorry.  Can I cuss?


But I just did, so …


Yeah, there’s a lot of that.  There’s a lot of that where Justin always is checking, “Can X say ‘shit’ or ‘damn’?”


So, I’m just, like, “Okay.”  I’m, like, “Okay, I can do this.”  So, yeah, a lot of it ‑‑ I would say a lot of it I’ve played with, but most of what you see is, like, a mixture of me playing, and the amazing, wonderful script that we have combined.  That’s what you’ll see a lot within the show.

JUSTIN SPITZER:  Yeah.  We always like to think of, like, the jokes in the script are a safety net, you know?  It won’t get worse than that line, and to whatever extent that the actors can improve it, I always want to encourage that.  And that’s something that was very important to me, even in casting this.  You know, I’ve worked with Jon on “Superstore”; I’ve worked with Humphrey years ago on another pilot.  I knew they were amazing improvisers.  Obviously, Ana was, from her years on “SNL,” and other things.  And some of the other cast we’ve played with in the audition even a little, and I was aware of your guys’ talent, too.  So, you know, I love when the actors beat the jokes that are on the page; I love when the actors even rework the lines to make it natural in their mouth to make it the best joke, the best line.

QUESTION:  And then, Justin, we know that you’ve worked with Jon in “Superstore.”  What was it about this role that made him right for “American Auto”?

JUSTIN SPITZER:  I mean, obviously, I would work with Jon on anything.  He’s, like, aside from being a delight to work with, just hilarious.  You know, there were so many times on “Superstore,” you know, if there was a scene he was in, and it wasn’t working, and I didn’t know how to get out of it, I would say to the editor, like, “Just check through Jon’s improv, like, if he has an ad‑lib, we could, like, go in, and then, that’ll get us out of it.”  So, I wasn’t writing the role specifically for him.  It, actually, probably felt different from him on the page.

And Jon, I think we were talking ‑‑ I think it was the episode I directed of “Superstore,” and you had just recently reread the script ‑‑ that was the week it got picked up ‑‑ and you said you liked it, and it was, like, “Oh, man, I would ‑‑ if you could come aboard.”  Then, I just felt bad about taking you away from “Superstore,” potentially, and had to have the big talk with the guys over there.  But, yeah, I love Jon, and I think he’s amazing in this role.

JON BARINHOLTZ:  That’s so nice of you to say.  Yeah, I remember.  I remember reading the script that week, and it was ‑‑ it was amazing.  And I think it was, like, maybe written for, like, a little bit older of a role, but, yeah, it was ‑‑ I would jump at the opportunity ‑‑ right back at Justin ‑‑ to work with him on anything.  He’s just such a great writer, and really ‑‑ really addresses the world honestly.  And most importantly, he gives really good, wrap gifts, so…


I’m in it for the gifts.  And the scripts are secondary, for me.

HARRIET DYER:  You guys all got a car, right?

ANA GASTEYER:  I’ve got a bike.  I don’t know how to drive.

X MAYO:  I’ve got a scooter; it’s got a little bell.

JUSTIN SPITZER:  A funny little thing, also about Jon ‑‑ and this was not intentional, but on “Superstore,” he played, like, the most down‑and‑out ‑‑ like, the warehouse guy who ‑‑ like, whose car didn’t have doors, and he was homeless for a while, and now, we bring him over to this show where he is the most privileged and wealthy of all.

JON BARINHOLTZ:  Yeah.  I mean, the difference ‑‑ like, someone asked me, like, “What’s the difference between Marcus and Wesley?”  And I think the answer is 58 million dollars.


QUESTION:  Thank you all so much for your time.

ALL PANELISTS:  Thank you.

MATTHEW LIFSON:  All right.  We’re actually going to go to Steven Prusakowski next, and then, Suzanne, you will be on deck.

So, Steven, go ahead.

QUESTION:  Hey, how are you doing?  The show looks great.  I can’t wait to watch.

My question is for Ana.  I have one for Ana, and one for all.

So, you were on “SNL,” and then, it seems like you’ve been working continuously since you left the series.

What do you credit your success to, and what about “American Auto” attracted you to the series?

ANA GASTEYER:  Gosh, I don’t know what to attribute my success to.  I mean, obviously, “Saturday Night Live” is an insane launching pad, as my mother would say.  Meaning, you know, the visibility is just nuts.  I mean, you get recognized pretty quickly just for being in that cast.  And then, just, honestly, hustling a lot of different angles.  I mean, I’ve worked on Broadway; I’ve worked on television; I’ve worked, you know, wherever I can work.  And I like working, so I’ve kept my nose to the grindstone, if you will.

“American Auto” ‑‑ you know, I’ve been waiting my entire career to be in my 50s.  I’ve been waiting for this part since I was 30.  So, you know ‑‑ and frankly, 10 years ago, this role wouldn’t have existed, I don’t think.  And Justin ‑‑ or I guess he said he wrote it 10 years ago, but, I mean, within that range.  I think just the opportunity to play a female CEO was really exciting to me because I like characters who are, sort of, lost in moral dilemma, and Katherine definitely is, as Justin said.  I think she definitely personifies the aspirations to do right by the company, but maybe not always ‑‑ there can be a human sacrifice in that.  And it’s just fun.  It’s a fun gray area, comedically.

My best friend ‑‑ I told Justin this before ‑‑ has characterized the, sort of, ethos of the show as Americans being bad at being good, which I think is, kind of, really fun to play, you know?  And, yeah, so, that’s ‑‑ I think that’s ‑‑ is that your question?

QUESTION:  That’s my question.  I have to say, I spoke to Kenan today, and now you, and as a big “SNL” fan, this is a dream come true.  So, thank you so much for your time.

JON BARINHOLTZ:  And I put in three different tapes for “SNL.”  So, if you want to include someone associated with “SNL” that you’ve talked to.


QUESTION:  Now, I have that connection, too.  Thank you so much.

And one more question real quick.  Are any of you big car fans, or do you actually drive?

X MAYO:  Yeah.

QUESTION:  Or it depends on, yeah, your type of auto reliance.

HUMPHREY KER:  L.A. leaves little choice but to drive.  There is no alternative.

TYE WHITE:  Well, I’m from Michigan.  So, yeah, I’ve been driving since I was 12.

JON BARINHOLTZ:  My grandfather was one of the first used car salesmen in Chicago, because used cars are, like, a newer thing.  And then, my great, great, great grandfather on my mom’s side was Studebakers.

X MAYO:  Wow.

JON BARINHOLTZ:  This is true:  There are four Studebaker brothers, and Jacob was the one I’m a descendant of, and he was the one who thought cars weren’t going to take off, and he was, like, “I’m going to stick with farming.”


And I have the legacy of Studebakers.

ANA GASTEYER:  It was the slower Studebaker; is that what you’re saying?  You’re a descendant of the slower Studebaker.  Got it.


I live in New York City, so I, pretty much, stopped it.

MATTHEW LIFSON:  All right.  Our next question ‑‑

TYE WHITE:  Cars aren’t going to work.  I don’t see it.


MATTHEW LIFSON:  Our next question comes from Suzanne Lanoue, and Bruce Miller on deck.

So, go ahead, Suzanne.

QUESTION:  Hi.  Good morning.  Jon, my question is for you.  Your character is so unlikable.



QUESTION:  I’m sorry.

UNIDENTIFIED PANELIST:  In real life.  In real life.

QUESTION:  Will we get to see him change and grow a little more this season, or show us a nicer side?

JON BARINHOLTZ:  I don’t want to give out any spoilers, but I think all the characters, as we go throughout the season, we see people exist together more and more, and it really ‑‑ yeah, I think there is growth and change in everyone, but in that really, you know, pinpointed way, where we’re always able to reset and still be the same characters that you, kind of, you know, fell in love with, whether it’s fell in love with because of who they are, or fell in love to hate them, I think we all ‑‑ we strut that line pretty well throughout the season.

JUSTIN SPITZER:  I was just going to say, I think he will become more likable.  I think, you know, as the episodes go on, you want to start people with an edge, you know, or at least I like to.  You know, I would never want to create characters that are all soft, all immediately too easily likeable.  There’s no place to go.  But, you know, I think we’ll see ‑‑ I can think of one or two, you know, moments of real vulnerability in Wesley, and when you see those moments, they give you little windows, and you empathize with them, and with all the characters, as we learn about them, we’ll grow to like all of them.

JON BARINHOLTZ:  Yeah, I just want to change my answer to what Justin just said.


So, put his voice to my mouth.

QUESTION:  Sure, I can do that.  I enjoyed the first two episodes a lot.  Thank you.

PANELISTS:  Thank you.

MATTHEW LIFSON:  Our next question comes from Bruce Miller, and Rick Hong will be on deck.

So, Bruce, go for it.

QUESTION:  This is for Jon, too.  Jon, when you’re on a big show like “Superstore,” what do you do when you’re not on camera?  Are you trying to be seen so that you can get a bigger role, or what is that process like?

JON BARINHOLTZ:  Wait.  What do you ‑‑ do you mean, like ‑‑ in what way do you mean?  Do you mean, like, literally, like, off the camera, but still in the scene, or is it, like, I’m just, like, hanging out in my trailer?

QUESTION:  Because on “Superstore,” you guys were around a lot; you could see you in the background and doing things.  And would you just try to, like, “I’ll be a little more active here, so, then, they’ll pick me to be in more scenes”?

JON BARINHOLTZ:  I would show up on days when I wasn’t even scheduled to come in, and I would come in in uniform.  No.

JUSTIN SPITZER:  You’re background for the first season, right?

JON BARINHOLTZ:  Yeah.  I just yell things.  I steal a mic and put it on me.  No, I think I know what you mean.  It’s in these big, like, ensemble shows with workplaces, I think the best thing you could do is just, kind of, exist there.  And, like “Superstore,” I think this is a world that when we were all there, we felt very much of this world.  We were in this office; we were people who worked there.  And just a testament to how good, really, everyone on the screen is, and our BG&R show is so great, and it allows a sense of ‑‑ the looseness allows a sense of play, and us to, you know, kind of, take things wherever we think they may go, as long as it’s in a place of ‑‑ coming from a place of honesty.  So, I guess, that just the long way of saying that as long as we’re playing it real, there’s no, like, fudging your way in to, like, get more lines, or anything like that, but I think there’s always an opportunity to toss a little extra something in, and, again, it’s because, like X said, that’s how good the writing is here, that it’s such a strong foundation of us to, kind of, jump off and play in.  Whether you have one line in the scene, or thirty lines in the scene, it really ‑‑ it gives that safety net.

ANA GASTEYER:  And for sure ‑‑ I’m going to jump in.  It’s not my question, but just to say that, especially NBC has developed these really ‑‑ this ethos of a workplace comedy as the sense of the ensemble and the workplace being the star, but for me, that was part of the attraction.  Like, not having to carry something so much all by myself.  I love working with other people.  So many of us come from improvisation and, you know, ensemble backgrounds, that it’s critical that you work as a team.  That’s actually what ends up being the most fun.

And I remember ‑‑ actually, not being gross and, like, mention my last credit, but I did this show called “People of Earth,” and there were these group therapy sessions.  And every year, like, the showrunner would be, like, “We’re going to try to not have as many group therapy sessions.  I know they’re long days,” and I was, like, “But that’s the best part of show.”  Like, the best part of the show is when you’re hanging with your colleagues and all improvising together.  To me, that’s, you know ‑‑ sorry.  Did I kill the fun?

X MAYO:  No.

TYE WHITE:  Never.

ANA GASTEYER:  That’s what my theater games taught me.

HARRIET DYER:  Never, Ana.

JON BARINHOLTZ:  No, but it’s true.  When you have, like ‑‑ like, on “Superstore,” I wasn’t a regular, but you had this cast of regulars that were amazing, and would allow for play to happen.  I think like ‑‑ I feel we have the same thing on our show, where we had people come in, and it would just ‑‑ they may have, like, one or two lines in the scene, but there was always the opportunity to play, and we got so much more out of ourselves, and so much more out of these people who would come in and be these phenomenal guests on our show.  So, there’s more of that that goes along with that, you know?

MATTHEW LIFSON:  Our next question is from Rick Hong, and then, our final question will be from Francine Brokaw.

So, Rick, go for it.

QUESTION:  Hello, everybody.  Well, Jon, since you brought up Chicago, I just want to say, “Whazzup?”



QUESTION:  Okay.  So, actually, for everybody.  What was it like seeing the Ponderosa from script in your mind, to going to set and seeing the thing actually built?  What is it made of?

HUMPRHEY KER:  Many different cars.

TYE WHITE:  Yeah, it was, like, a smorgasbord of different car pieces put together.  And I remember the first time I saw it, I just busted out laughing because you just have to ‑‑ when you see it, there’s no choice but to laugh.  Like, how did they assemble this vehicle?  Like, literally.  Not just in terms of the show, but in real life, what made them grab these different pieces to put this car together?  So, I just laughed, like, uncontrollably.  And the color.  The color, too.  Like, it’s such a bright red that, like, it’s usually reserved for, like, Ferraris, and things like that.  It was, like, it’s so obnoxious to put that red on that car.  Yeah, it’s so good.  It’s red.

JUSTIN SPITZER:  It was a very difficult needle to thread, that one.  I mean, on the page you’re, like, “Oh, they put together something,” and then, there’s a reveal, and it looks, like, crazy.  And then, you do it, and then, it’s got to be crazy enough to be a bad idea, and for the comedy to play, but, like, these are smart, sensible, competent people who’ve worked at a car company, or who know cars.  So, it’s true crazy, you know?  Currently, there’s acknowledgement that it’s bad, but, like, at a certain level, you’d be, like, this is insane.


So, it was hard to find that level of grounded, but still funny.  And, yeah, the set is amazing.  The guys were constructing it, and we’d go down and try to give notes.  And I know nothing about cars, so I’d be, like, “Yeah, something like that.”  And I’d look on my phone for, like, pictures, and ‑‑ I don’t know.  But, yeah, it turned out good.

QUESTION:  Congrats to you all.  Thank you so much.

PANELISTS:  Thank you.

MATTHEW LIFSON:  And our final question comes from Francine Brokaw.  Francine, go ahead.

QUESTION:  Can you hear me?


QUESTION:  Okay.  This has happened twice.  You’ve called on Francine, but you’ve unmuted me, and I’m Luaine Lee.  So, I’m going to go ahead and ask my question.

So, Ana, is it true you don’t know how to drive?

ANA GASTEYER:  My character doesn’t know how to drive.  I do drive, but I live in New York City, so I don’t do it a lot, and my family doesn’t like it when I do it.  Let me just say that.  And I didn’t learn to ‑‑ actually, this is even worse.  I learned to ride a bike in ‑‑ I grew up, like, in the city‑city, in Washington D.C., and I wasn’t allowed to cross the street on my bike.  So, I learned to ride a bike.  And then, I’m the one example that the adage is not true.  I forgot.  I forgot how to ride a bike.  And my husband didn’t believe me, and I got on one, and I immediately ran into a mailbox and hurt myself badly.  And then, later, I took bike‑riding classes.  So, I’m not very comfortable with things on wheels, is what I’m trying to say.


QUESTION:  Well, my question is, how did you learn to drive?  Who taught you, and what was that like?

ANA GASTEYER:  In real life?


ANA GASTEYER:  My mother taught me.  I grew up on Capitol Hill in D.C., and she taught me in rush‑hour traffic, with a clutch car, going uphill.  So, that might be why I don’t like to drive.  Let me say, she’s not great under stress.

QUESTION:  I have the same question for Michael.  How did you learn to drive, Michael?  What was it like?

MICHAEL B. WASHINGTON:  I learned to drive ‑‑ my parents were reared in Louisiana in backwoods dirt roads.  So, when I was 10 ‑‑ this is, like, right after my 10th birthday.  We went down to my grandparents’ house, and my dad put me on his lap and just said, “Start steering,” and then, he slid out from under me ‑‑ because I was, kind of, tall, so my foot hit the pedal, and I just started ‑‑ and he got terrified.  I mean, because it’s dirt roads, but there still are trees and things.  Because “Dukes of Hazard” was my favorite TV show.


And I asked him, like, “Can I just please get in the car through the window, like the Duke boys?”  And he’s, like, “No.  No, you’ll ruin the paint.”  So, I learned to drive after, you know, my 10th birthday.

HUMPRHEY KER:  Is that why you still have a Confederate flag in your trailer?


MICHAEL B. WASHINGTON:  Oh, that’s what we call British humor.

ANA GASTEYER:  That’s British humor.

MICHAEL B. WASHINGTON:  And I deal with that 13 hours a day.

ANA GASTEYER:  It means something different over there.  It means something different.

HUMPRHEY KER:  It’s very different.  It’s a very different ‑‑

ANA GASTEYER:  It’s a popular pub sign.  That’s it, right?


HUMPRHEY KER:  I saw Michael’s trailer door open, and there it was.


QUESTION:  Thank you.

MATTHEW LIFSON:  Thank you.  If Francine wants to ask a question ‑‑ I feel bad.

ANA GASTEYER:  Francine, Francine, Francine.

HARRIET DYER:  Francine.

MATTHEW LIFSON:  We’ll have to get to the bottom of that on our end.  But thank you to our panelists.  That concludes our session for “American Auto.”  We’ll take a short break, and get back up at 11:30 with SYFY’s “Astrid & Lilly Save the World.”

Here is the audio version of it.

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American Auto

"American Auto" castPreviews: Monday, Dec. 13 on NBC (10-10:30 and 10:30-11 p.m. ET); Moves to Tuesdays (8-8:30 p.m. ET) beginning Jan. 4

From the creator of “Superstore” comes a new workplace comedy that takes the wheels off the automobile industry. Set in Detroit, the corporate executives of Payne Motors are at a crossroads: adapt to the changing times or be sent to the junkyard. Shaking things up is the new CEO, whose leadership, experience and savvy is only slightly offset by her complete lack of knowledge about cars. Luckily, her team has some of the best minds in the business – when they aren’t fighting or trying to outwit each other. From the corporate office to the factory floor, the crew of Payne Motors is driving home the laughs.

The cast includes Ana Gasteyer, Harriet Dyer, Jon Barinholtz, Humphrey Ker, Michael B. Washington, Tye White and X Mayo.

Justin Spitzer (“Superstore”) will write and executive produce. Jeff Blitz will direct and executive produce the pilot episode. Aaron Kaplan and Dana Honor will executive produce.

“American Auto” is produced by Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group, in association with Spitzer Holding Company, Kapital Entertainment.

Ana Gasteyer

Katherine, “American Auto

AMERICAN AUTO -- Season: 1 -- Pictured: Ana Gasteyer as Katherine Hastings -- (Photo by: Chris Haston/NBC)
Ana Gasteyer plays Katherine on the new NBC comedy “American Auto.”

During her six years on “Saturday Night Live,” Gasteyer created several iconic characters, including middle school music teacher Bobbie Moughan-Culp, NPR radio host Margaret Jo, Lilith Fair poetess Cinder Calhoun, as well as spot-on impressions of Martha Stewart, Celine Dion and Hillary Clinton.

This holiday season Comedy Central will premiere “A Clüsterfünke Christmas,” which Gasteyer and fellow “SNL” alum Rachel Dratch wrote, executive produced and star. The special is a parody of the corny and ubiquitous traditional holiday TV movie. Previous TV credits include “The Goldbergs,” “Lady Dynamite, “People of Earth,” “Suburgatory and “Curb Your Enthusiasm.”

On stage, Gasteyer has starred on Broadway in “Wicked” “The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” “The Royal Family” and “Three Penny Opera.” Other stage credits include “Funny Girl” and “Passion” at the Chicago Shakespeare Theater, which earned her a Jefferson Award nomination. At the Hollywood Bowl, she played Miss Hannigan in the musical “Annie.”

Gasteyer is also a highly accomplished singer and songwriter. This winter she’ll embark on a Christmas tour in support of “Sugar and Booze,” her recent album of seasonal favorites and holiday originals.

Gasteyer attended Northwestern University and honed her comedy skills at the Groundlings in Los Angeles. She resides on the East Coast with her husband, children and rescue pup, Gloria.

Harriet Dyer

Sadie, “American Auto”

AMERICAN AUTO -- Season: 1 -- Pictured: Harriet Dyer as Sadie -- (Photo by: Chris Haston/NBC)
Harriet Dyer stars as Sadie on the new NBC comedy ”American Auto.”

Dyer most recently starred in the NBC drama series “The Inbetween,” appeared in the sec-ond season of the CBS’ All Access comedy “No Activity” and co-starred in the feature film “The Invisible Man,” opposite Elizabeth Moss.

A native of Australia, Dyer’s other television credits include local series “The Other Guy,” “No Activity,” “The Letdown,” “Kiki & Kitty,” “Black Comedy,” “Rake,” “Janet King” and “Love Child.” She’s earned her a Logie Award nomination for Most Outstanding Supporting Actress and two 2015 Logie Award nominations as well as the Graham Kennedy Award for Most Out-standing Newcomer and the Most Popular New Talent Award. Dyer has also received an AACTA Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress in a Television Drama.

Dyer’s film credits include “Killing Ground,” which premiered at the 2016 Melbourne Interna-tional Film Festival and screened at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival; “Down Under,” which premiered at the 2016 Sydney Film Festival; and “Ruben Guthrie,” which opened the 2015 Sydney Film Festival.

Harriet has also appeared on stage in “A Flea in Her Ear,” “Hay Fever,” “Travelling North,” “Machinal” and “Pygmalion” for the Sydney Theatre Company; “Brisbane” for the Queens-land Theatre Company; “Peter Pan” for Belvoir; “Time Stands Still” for the Darlinghurst Thea-tre; “Suddenly Last Summer” for the National Art School; and “The School for Wives” for the Bell Shakespeare Company. In 2013, she made her Broadway debut in “Peter Pan” at New York’s New Victory Theatre.

Dyer received the Sydney Theatre Award for Best Performance in a Leading Role in a Main-stage Production for her performance in “Machinal” with the Sydney Theatre Company, and was nominated for the same award for her role in “The School for Wives” for the Bell Shake-speare Company.

She graduated from the Actors Centre Australia in 2011.

Michael Benjamin Washington

Cyrus, “American Auto”

AMERICAN AUTO -- Season: 1 -- Pictured: Michael Benjamin Washington as Cyrus -- (Photo by: Chris Haston/NBC)
Michael Benjamin Washington stars as Cyrus on the new NBC comedy “American Auto.”

Washington most recently reprised his role of Bernard from the Tony Award-winning revival of “The Boys in the Band” in Netflix’s feature adaptation. He can previously be seen opposite Cynthia Nixon in Ryan Murphy’s “Ratched” and has had roles in “30 Rock” and “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.”

On stage, Washington wowed audiences and critics in 2019 with a tour-de-force performance playing 25 different characters in the revival of Anna Deavere Smith’s landmark 1992 one-person show, “Fires in the Mirror.” He also wrote and starred in “Blueprints to Freedom: An Ode to Bayard Rustin,” which premiered regionally at La Jolla Playhouse and KC Rep in 2015.

X  Mayo

Dori, “American Auto”

AMERICAN AUTO -- Season: 1 -- Pictured: X Mayo as Dori -- (Photo by: Chris Haston/NBC)
X Mayo stars as Dori on the new NBC comedy “American Auto.”

She is an Emmy Award-nominated actor, writer, producer and comedian known for her work on “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah.” Her other credits include supporting roles in Amazon’s “Yearly Departed” and the dramatic feature “The Farewell.”

Mayo is also the creator and host of “Who Made the Potato Salad?,” a sketch comedy show/party starring BIPOC creatives and talent.



Jon Barinholtz

Wesley, “American Auto”

AMERICAN AUTO -- Season: 1 -- Pictured: Jon Barinholtz as Wesley -- (Photo by: Chris Haston/NBC)
Jon Barinholtz plays Wesley on the new NBC comedy “American Auto.”

Barinholtz is an actor and improvisor born and raised in Chicago, and a proud alum of the Second City Conservatory, iO, the Annoyance Theater and Steppenwolf Theater.

He is the creator, writer and voice on Netflix’s animated series “Chicago Party Aunt.” Previously, he was in the cast of NBC’s “Superstore.” Other credits include “Veep,” “With Bob and David,” “The Mindy Project,” “Key and Peele,” “New Girl,” “Parks and Recreation,” “Happy Endings” and the indie feature “The Oath,” co-starring Tiffany Haddish, John Cho, Meredith Hagner and Ike Barinholtz.

Tye White

Jack, “American Auto”

AMERICAN AUTO -- Season: 1 -- Pictured: Tye White as Jack -- (Photo by: Chris Haston/NBC)
Tye White stars as Jack in the new NBC upcoming comedy “American Auto.”

White is best known for his role as Kevin Satterlee on OWN’s hit series “Greeneleaf.” Other TV credits include “NCIS: Los Angeles,” “Chicago Fire” and “American Crime Story.”

He hails from Detroit and resides in Los Angeles.



Justin Spitzer

Executive Producer, “American Auto”

Justin Spitzer is the creator and executive producer of the NBC comedy series “American Auto.” Prior to that, he created and executive produced “Superstore,” which ran on NBC for six seasons, wrapping in 2021.

His other credits include seven seasons writing for and producing the NBC comedy “The Office,” as well as stints on “Scrubs,” “Committed,” “Courting Alex” and “Mulaney.”

He resides in Los Angeles with his wife, Jenna Bans, and daughters Lucy and Phoebe.

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Dexter Morgan…Michael C. Hall
Debra Morgan…Jennifer Carpenter
Sgt. Angel Batista…David Zayas
Harry Morgan…James Remar
Vince Masuka…C.S. Lee
Lt. Maria LaGuerta…Lauren Luna Vélez
Det. Joseph ‘Joey’ Quinn…Desmond Harrington
Rita Bennett…Julie Benz
Astor Bennett…Christina Robinson
Deputy Chief Tom Matthews…Geoff Pierson
Cody Bennett…Preston Bailey/Cody Bennett
Jamie Batista…Aimee Garcia
Harrison Morgan…Luke Andrew Kruntchev/Evan George Kruntchev/Jadon Wells
Sgt. James Doakes…Erik King …
Det. Angie Miller…Dana L. Wilson
Hannah McKay…Yvonne Strahovski
Anton Briggs…David Ramsey
Special Agent Frank Lundy…Keith Carradine
Det. Robert Ramos…Pablo Soriano
ADA Miguel Prado…Jimmy Smits
Travis Marshall…Colin Hanks
Arthur Mitchell…John Lithgow
Jacob Elway…Sean Patrick Flanery
Det. Jake Simms…Francisco Viana
Christine Hill…Courtney Ford
Sylvia Prado…Valerie Cruz
Det. Mike Anderson…Billy Brown
Louis Greene…Josh Cooke
Lumen Ann Pierce…Julia Stiles
Dr. Evelyn Vogel…Charlotte Rampling
Prof. James Gellar…Edward James Olmos
Rudy Cooper/Brian Moser (Ice Truck Killer)…Christian Camargo
George Novikov…Jason Gedrick
Lila Tournay…Jaime Murray
Isaak Sirko…Ray Stevenson

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Debra Morgan…Jennifer Carpenter
Harrison Morgan…Jack Alcott
Angela Bishop…Julia Jones
Kurt Caldwell…Clancy Brown
Audrey…Johnny Sequoyah
Logan…Alano Miller
Molly…Jamie Chung
Teddy Reed…David Magidoff
Esther…Katy Sullivan
Fred Jr….Michael Cyril Creighton
Matt…Steve M. Robertson
Edward Olsen…?
Ethan Williams…Christian Dell’Edera
Pastor Brian…Dustin Tucker
Gig…David J. Curtis
Caldwell Diner Cook…Armen Garo
Susan…Dee Nelson
Arthur Mitchell…John Lithgow
Adam…Benjamin Breault
Miriam…Pamela Matthews
Jasper…Kellan Rhude
Tess…Gizel Jimenez
Bill…Charlie Thurston
Lily…Kimmy Anne Dunn
Zach…Oscar Wahlberg
Ramon…Bari Robinson
Becka…Michelle Lulic
Scott…Andrew Fama
State Trooper Dennis…Levon Panek
Alan…Timothy Smith
Shawna…Kristen Annese

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Jesica Ahlberg (Darby Collette) 9/28/89
Lexi Ainsworth (Kristina Davis) 10/28/92
Edward Albert (Bennett) 2/20/51-9/22/06
Denise Alexander (Leslie Webber) 11/11/39
Jed Allan (Edward Quartermaine) 3/1/37-3/9/19
Kristen Alderson (Starr Manning / Kiki Jerome) 5/29/91
Aki Aleong (Mr. Wu) 2/19/34
Christian Alexander (Kiefer Bauer) 4/14/90
Adrian Alvarado (Cruz Rodriguez) 4/18/76
Rachel Ames (Audrey Hardy) 11/2/29
Bradford Anderson (Damian Spinelli) 9/21/79
Richard Dean Anderson (Dr. Jeff Webber) 1/23/50
Réal Andrews (Marcus Taggart) 1/29/63
Jennifer Anglin (Cheryl Stansburgy) 10/4/60
Gerald Anthony (Marco Dane) 7/31/51-5/28/04
Vinessa Antoine (Jordan Ashford) 7/21/83
Ashton Arbab (Dev Cerci) 2/14/03
Senait Ashenafi (Keesha Ward) 3/10/66
Matthew Ashford (Tom Hardy) 1/29/60
Scott Thompson Baker (Colton Shore) 9/15/60
Brandon Barash (Johnny Zacchara) 10/4/79
Harper Rose Barash (Georgie Spinelli) 1/7/2014
Adrienne Barbeau (Suzanne Stanwyck) 6/11/45
Roseanne Barr (Jennifer Smith) 11/3/52
Nicolas J. Bechtel (Spencer Cassadine) 2/15/05
Melissa Bedford (Jensen Buchanan) 7/18/62
Greg Beecroft (Jonathan Paget) 5/9/52
Yeniffer Behrens (Marianne Eroza) 10/7/76
Sam Behrens (Jake Meyer) 7/24/50
Shari Belafonte (Mayor Janice Lomax) 9/22/54
Tajh Bellow (TJ) 2/9/95
Daniel Benzali (Theo Hoffman) 1/20/50
John Beradino (Steve Hardy) 5/1/17-5/19/96
Julie Marie Berman (Lulu Spencer) 11/3/83
Maurice Benard (Sonny Corinthos) 3/1/63
Robyn Bernard (Terry Brock O’Connor) 5/26/59
Kevin Bernhardt (Kevin Collins) 4/2/61
Corbin Bernsen (John Durant) 9/7/54
Gigi Birmingham (Gigi Birmingham) 11/8/57
Loanne Bishop (Rose Kelly) 11/10/55
Sean Blakemore (Shawn Butler) 8/10/67
Harper and Scarlett Bloom (Louise Jones) ?/21
John Bolger (Garrett Prescott Floyd) 2/26/54
Steve Bond (Jimmy Lee Holt) 4/22/53
Nazanin Boniadi (Leyla Mir) 5/22/80
Jay Bontatibus (Det. Andy Capelli) 7/31/64-2/12/17
Angel Boris (Angel Sorel Ellis) 8/2/74
Eileen Boylan (Sage Alcazar) 5/10/87
Aaron Bradshaw (Leo Falconeri) ?
Chad Brannon (Zander Smith) 8/2/79
Tamara Braun (Carly Corinthos) 4/18/71
Wendy Braun (Iris Sneed) 4/5/70
Patricia Breslin (Meg Bentley) 3/17/31-10/12/11
Brianna Brown (Dr. Lisa Niles) 10/2/79
Kimberly J. Brown (Chloe Jennings/Marie Hopkins) 11/16/84
Sarah Joy Brown (Carly/Claudia Zacchara Corinthos) 2/18/76
Susan Brown (Dr. Gail Baldwin) 5/4/32-8/31/18
Argentina Brunetti (Filomena) 8/31/07-12/20/05
Breck Bruns (Georgie Jones) 1/1/93
Ian Buchanan (Duke Lavery) 6/16/57
Jensen Buchanan (Melissa Bedford) 7/18/62
Rebecca Budig (Hayden Barnes) 6/26/73
Brooke Bundy (Diana Taylor) 8/8/44
Steve Burton (Jason Quartermaine/Morgan) 6/28/70
Richard Burgi (Paul Hornsby) 7/30/58
Molly Burnett (Maxie Jones) 4/23/88
James C. Burns (Vaughn) 2/25/59
Bonnie Burroughs (Gladys Corbin) 2/3/61
Nathin Butler (Dr. Ewen Keenan) 1/23/?
Martha Byrne (Andrea Floyd) 12/23/69
Inga Cadranel (Lorraine “Harmony” Miller) 4/30/78
John Callahan (Leo Russell) 12/23/53-3/28/20
Ryan Carnes (Lucas Jones) 12/6/82
Tia Carrere (Jade Soong Chung) 1/2/67
Laura Carrington (Simone Hardy) 3/15/58
Crystal Carson (Brenda Barrett) 6/24/67
Rosalind Cash (Mary Mae Ward) 12/31/38-10/31/95
Shawn Cassidy (Dusty Walker) 9/27/58
Teresa Castillo (Sabrina Santiago) 10/14/83
Emma Caulfield (Lorraine Miller) 4/8/73
Lisa Cerasoli (Venus Ardonowski) 1/27/69
Judith Chapman (Ginny Webber) 11/15/51
Leslie Charleson (Monica Ward Quartermaine) 2/22/45
Annette Chavez (Letitia) 9/30/74
Nicholas Chavez (Spencer) 9/6/99
Maree Cheatham (Charlene Simpson) 6/2/40
Derk Cheetwood (Max Giambetti) 10/8/73
Drew Cheetwood (Milo Giambetti) 7/14/83
Robin Christopher (Skye Chandler Quartermaine) 6/18/65
Tyler Christopher (Nikolas Cassadine) 11/11/72
Brian Patrick Clarke (Grant Putnam) 8/1/52
Tamara Clatterbuck (Tammy Carson) 5/26/63
Scott Clifton (Dillon Quartermaine) 10/31/81
Matt Cohen (Dr. Griffin Munro) 9/28/82
Claire Coffee (Nadine Crowell) 4/14/80
Bradley Cole (Warren Bauer) 2/11/59
Michael Cole (Harlan Barrett) 7/3/45
John Colicos (Mikkos Cassadine) 12/10/28-3/6/00
Dioni Michelle Collins (Deanna Sirtis) ?
Marcus Coloma (Nikolas Cassadine) 10/18/78
Norma Connolly (Ruby Anderson) 8/20/27-11/18/98
Jason Cook (Matt Hunter) 9/13/80
Nikki Cox (Gina Williams) 6/2/78
Bryan Craig (Morgan Corinthos) 10/27/91
Patricia Crowley (Mary Scanlon) 9/17/33
Jason Culp (Julian Jerome) 1/15/61
Serah D’Laine (Sarah Webber) 10/23/82
Stuart Damon (Alan Quartermaine) 2/5/37-6/29/21
Shell Danielson (Dominique Baldwin) 9/25/62
Jason David (Aiden Spencer) 3/26/10
Lane Davies (Cameron) 7/31/50
Sammy Davis, Jr. (Eddie) 12/8/25-5/16/90
Todd Davis (Bryan Philips) 9/25/51-7/25/13
Trent Dawson (Huxley Lynch) 2/4/71
Kim Delaney (Jackie Templeton) 11/29/61
Pat Delaney (Kathleen O’Connor) 12/1/36
John DeLuca (Aaron Roland) 4/25/86
James DePaiva (Dr. David Bensch) 10/8/57
Kassie DePaiva (Blair Cramer) 3/21/61
Robb Derringer (Kyle Sloane) 7/6/67
Jimmy Deschler (Rafe Kovich) 11/30/94
Seamus Dever (Ian Devlin) 7/27/76
William deVry (Julian Jerome) 4/20/68
Ami Dolenz (Melissa McKee) 1/8/69
Jack Donner (Alfred) 10/29/28-9/1/19
Risa Louise Dorken (Nurse Amy) 2/5/90
Tony Dow (Ross Jeanelle) 4/13/45
Chad Duell (Michael Corinthos) 9/23/87
Josh Duhon (Logan Hayes) 8/27/84
Christopher B. Duncan (D.A. Joseph Campbell) 12/4/64
Michael Easton (John/Stephen/Caleb/Silas/Finn) 2/15/67
Sonya Eddy (Epiphany Johnson) 6/17/67
Hilary Edson (Tania Jones) 10/17/65
Jane Elliot (Tracy Quartermaine) 1/17/47
Kiko Ellsworth (Stan Johnson) 1/2/73
Hayley Erin (Kiki Jerome) 7/13/94
Mark D. Espinoza (D.A. Martinez) 6/24/60
Mary Beth Evans (Katherine Bell) 3/7/61
Greg Evigan (Jim Harvey) 10/14/53
Richard Fancy (Bernie Abrams) 8/2/43
Porter Fasullo (Danny Morgan) 9/29/08
Bianca Ferguson (Claudia Johnston Philips) 2/11/55
Scarlett Fernandez (Charlotte) 8/4/2009
Lily Fisher (Georgie Spinelli) 3/13/10
Chrissie Fit (Mercedes) 4/3/84
Joe Flanigan (Dr. Neil Byrne) 1/5/67
Genie Francis (Laura Webber Spencer) 5/26/62
Betsy Franco (Karen Anderson/Betsy Frank) 8/15/47
James Franco (Franco Frank) 4/19/78
Max Gail (Mike Corbin) 4/5/43
Max Galloway (Buzz Stryker) 7/27/37-1/8/09
Richard Gant (Dr. Russell Ford) 3/10/44
Zac Garred (Levi Dunkleman) 12/13/86
Drew Garrett (Michael Corinthos) 4/21/89
Kathleen Gati (Dr. Liesl Obrecht) 8/13/57
George Gaynes (Frank Smith) 5/16/17- 2/15/16
Anthony Geary (Luke Spencer/Bill) 5/29/47
Jason Gerhardt (Coop Barrett) 4/21/74
Blake Gibbons (Coleman) 6/21/61
Amy Grabow (Rachel Adair) 12/18/79
Nancy Lee Grahn (Alexis Davis) 4/28/58
Alisyn & Kelli Griffith (Lulu Spencer) 10/14/94
David Groh (D. L. Brock) 5/21/39-2/12/08
Joyce Guy (Phyllis Caulfield) 8/18/54
Jennifer Guthrie (Dawn Winthrop) 11/5/69
Ron Hale (Mike Corbin) 1/2/46
Peter Hansen (Lee Baldwin) 12/5/21-4/9/17
Vanita Harbour (Dara Jensen) 7/7/68
Glen Walker Harris, Jr. (Sly Eckert) 3/5/83
Gregory Harrison (Gregory Chase) 5/31/50
Iva Hasperger (Petra) 3/10/77
Laura Harring (Carla Grego) 3/3/64
Nathaniel Harris (Sergeant Robinson) 12/6/70
Lindsay Hartley (Sam McCall) 4/17/78
Don Harvey (Tom Baker) 5/31/60
Bob Hastings (Burt Ramsey) 4/18/25-6/30/14
Patricia Healy (Tammy Carson) 2/21/59
Rick Hearst (Ric Lansing) 1/4/65
Elizabeth Hendrickson (Margaux Dawson) 7/3/79
Carolyn Hennesy (Diane Miller) 6/10/62
Sandra Hess (Sasha Donev) 3/27/68
Briana Nicole Henry (Jordan) 1/19/92
Rebecca Herbst (Elizabeth Webber) 5/12/77
Lynn Herring (Lucy Coe) 9/22/58
Brighton Hertford (Barbara Jean “BJ” Jones) 6/11/86
Jane Higginson (Lady Arielle Ashton) 2/9/61
Ben Hogestyn (Lucas Jones) 4/27/83
Gerald Hopkins (A.J. Quartermaine) 12/26/65
Anders Hove (Cesár Faison) 1/16/56
Roger Howarth (Todd/Franco/Austin Gatlin-Holt) 9/13/68
Tina Huang (Linda Chu) 10/28/81
Finola Hughes (Anna Devane) 10/29/59
Rif Hutton (Lenny Caulfield) 11/28/62
Annie Ilonzeh (Dr. Maya Ward) 8/23/83
John Ingle (Edward Quartermaine) 5/7/28-9/16/12
Steve Inwood (Moreno) 1/3/47
Jonathan Jackson (Lucky Spencer) 5/11/82
Cassandra James (Dr. Terry Randolph) 7/17/92
Anne Jeffreys (Amanda Barrington) 1/26/23-9/27/17
Arte Johnson (Finian O’Toole) 1/20/29-7/3/19
Ashley Jones (Professor Parker Forsyth) 9/3/76
Sean Kanan (Alan James “AJ” Quartermaine) 11/2/66
Lesli Kay (Lois Cerullo Ashton) 6/13/65
Steven Kay (Reginald Jennings) 1/1/63
Elizabeth Keifer (Sister Mary Camellia McKay) 11/14/61
Shell Kepler (Amy Vining) 10/5/58-2/1/08
Richard Kelley (Jim Harper) 12/16/58
Robert Kelker-Kelly (Stavros Cassadine) 4/18/64
Brook Kerr (Portia Robinson) 11/21/73
Kent Masters King (Dr. Lainey Winters) 8/5/74
Ted King (Lorenzo Alcazar) 10/1/65
Kodi Kitchen (Dr. Maggie Wurth) 5/25/?
Michael E. Knight (Martin Grey) 5/7/59
Jeff Kober (Cyrus Renault) 12/18/53
Ilene Kristen (Delia Ryan Coleridge) 7/30/52
Wally Kurth (Ned Ashton) 7/31/58
Briana Lane (Brook Lynn) 10/27/85
Sarah Laine (Sarah Webber) 10/23/82
Chloe Lanier (Nelle Benson) 11/3/92
Karleigh Larson (Josslyn Jacks) 8/10/09
Robert Lasardo (Manny/Mateo Ruiz) 9/20/63
Carol Lawrence (Angela Eckert) 9/5/32
Mark Lawson (Dustin Phillips) 12/17/78
Michael Learned (Shirley Smith) 4/9/39
Anna Lee (Lila Quartermaine) 1/2/13-5/14/04
Andrew Tinpo Lee (Marty) 5/31/68
Lillian Lehman (Dr. Joyce Meadows) 2/12/47
Edie Lehmann (Katherine Bell) 9/25/57
Steven Leigh (Kim Wu) 8/10/64
Adrianne León (Brook Lynn Ashton) 3/15/87
Michael Leone (Cameron Spencer) 6/1/2005
Lindze Letherman (Georgie Jones) 11/2/88
David Lewis (Edward Quartermaine) 10/19/16-12/11/00
Jen Lilley (Maxie Jones) 8/4/88
Jon Lindstrom (Dr. Kevin Collins / Ryan Collins) 10/18/57
William Lipton (Cameron Webber Spencer) 6/2/03
Natalia Livingston (Emily Quartermaine) 3/26/76
Lisa LoCicero (Olivia Falconeri) 4/18/70
June Lockhart (Mariah Ramirez) 6/25/25
Bradley Lockerman (Casey Rogers, the Alien) 3/9/55
Rocco Falconeri (Charles “Charlie” George & Ethan Philip Losie 4/2012
Jophielle Love (Violet Finn) 5/20/14
Florencia Lozano (Téa Delgado) 12/16/69
Stephen Macht (Trevor Lansing) 5/1/42
Guy Mack (Patrick O’Connor) 2/26/56
Katelyn MacMullen (Willow Tait /Kali Miller) 6/27/95
Rio Mangini (Oscar Nero) 10/6/02
Vanessa Marcil (Brenda Barrett) 10/15/69
Joe Marinelli (Joseph Sorel) 1/21/57
Ronnie Marmo (Lt. Ronnie Dimestico) 1/2/71
Ricky Martin (Miguel Morez) 12/24/71
A Martinez (Roy DiLucca) 9/27/48
DeLane Matthews (Janine Matthews) 8/7/61
Cameron Mathison (Drew Cain) 8/25/69
Eddie Matos (Peter Marques) 7/18/78
Robin Mattson (Heather Webber) 6/1/56
Sofia Mattson (Sasha Gilmore) 6/1/56
Brad Maule (Dr. Tony Jones) 10/11/51
Frank Maxwell (Dan Rooney) 11/17/16-8/4/04
Leigh J. McCloskey (Damian Smith) 6/21/55
Eden McCoy (Josslynn Jacks) 6/10/2003
Grayson McCouch (Kyle Sloane) 10/29/68
Kimberly McCullough (Robin Scorpio-Drake) 3/5/78
Kurt McKinney (Ned Ashton) 2/15/62
Coby Ryan McLaughlin (Shilo/David Henry ‘Hank’ Archer) 5/17/76
Emily McLaughlin (Jessie Brewer) 12/1/30-4/26/91
Ron Melendez (Dr. Andy Archer) 12/1/72
Lilly Melgar (Lily Rivera Corinthos) 7/30/69
David Mendenhall (Mike Webber) 6/13/71
Bill H. Meyers (Bill Harrison/Harry) 4/9/56
Billy Miller (Drew Cain/Jason) 9/17/79
J. Robin Miller ( Lydia Karenin Cassadine) 6/21/72
Donna Mills (Madeline Reeves) 12/11/40
Kelly Monaco (Samantha McCall Morgan) 5/23/76
Sydney Mikayla (Trina Robinson) 2/1/03
O’Neill Monahan (Rocco Falconeri) 1/19/?
Anthony Montgomery (Dr. André Maddox) 6/2/71
Rebeka Montoya (Delores Padilla) 5/12/86
Lynne Moody (Florence Campbell) 2/17/50
Demi Moore (Jackie Templeton) 11/11/62
Camila More (Anna Devane) 10/15/57
Debbi Morgan (Dr. Ellen Burgess) 9/20/56
Lindsey Morgan (Kristina Corinthos Davis) 2/27/90
M’fundo Morrison (Justus Ward) 9/5/74
Senta Moses (Winnifred Leeds) 8/8/73
Hugo Napier (Larry Ashton) 6/18/46
Jaime Ray Newman (Kristina Cassadine) 4/2/78
Stephen Nichols (Stefan Cassadine) 2/19/51
James Nigbor (Jake Spencer) 2/2007
Minae Noji (Dr. Kelly Lee) 5/30/73
Logan O’Brien (Lucas Jones) 1/21/92
Alyshia Ochse (Irina Cassadine/Cassandra) 11/2/80
Erik and Theo Olsen (Wiley Corinthos) 2/2/18
Ryan Paevey (Nathan West/James Reeves) 9/24/84
Jeffrey Vincent Parise (Carlos Rivera) 7/8/71
Nathan Parsons (Ethan Lovett) 6/16/88
Khary Payton (Terrell Jackson) 5/16/72
Andrea C. Pearson (Gia Campbell/Summer Holloway) 9/29/80
Thaao Penghlis (Victor Cassadine) 12/15/45
Joseph C. Phillips (Justus Ward) 1/17/62
Jay Pickett (Det. David Harper/Lorenzo Alcazar) 2/10/61-7/30/21
Mark Pinter (Special Agent Thomas Rayner) 3/7/50
Larry Poindexter (Asher Thomas) 2/16/59
Susan Pratt (Anne Logan) 4/29/56
Erin Hershey Presley (Alison) 9/2/76
Cynthia Preston (Faith Rosco) 5/18/67
Nicholas Pryor (Victor Collins) 1/28/35
Haley Alexis Pullos (Molly Lansing) 7/10/98
Ingo Rademacher (Jax Jacks) 4/22/71
Dominic Rains (Dr. Leo Julian) 3/1/82
Ella Ramacieri (Scout) ?
Marisa Ramirez (Gia Campbell) 9/15/77
Gail Ramsey (Susan Moore) 6/29/48
Wes Ramsey (Peter August/Henrik Faison) 10/6/77
Scott Reeves (Steven Lars Webber) 5/16/66
Aaron Refvem (Morgan Corinthos) 10/7/97
John Reilly (Sean Donely) 11/11/36-1/9/21
Peter Renaday (John Jacks) 6/9/35
Matt Riedy (Dr. Matthew Mayes) 5/1958
Robyn Richards (Maxie Jones) 1/22/87
Cheryl Richardson (Jenny Eckert Ashton) 5/8/64
Tequan Richmond (TJ Ashford) 10/30/92
Robin Riker (Naomi Dreyfus) 10/2/52
Chris Robinson (Rick Webber) 11/5/38
Sebastian Roché (Jerry Jacks) 8/4/64
Kali Rodriguez (Kristina Davis) 7/27/00
Tristan Rogers (Robert Scorpio) 6/3/46
Owen and Curtis Rufca (James West) ?
Mitchell Ryan (Frank Smith) 1/11/28
Emme Rylan (Lulu Spencer) 11/4/90
Antonio Sabato, Jr. (Jagger Cates) 2/29/72
Dahlia Salem (Claire Walsh) 11/21/71
Emma Samms (Holly Sutton) 8/28/60
Marc Anthony Samuel (Felix DuBois) 5/8/68
Aaron Sanders (Morgan Quartermaine) 4/16/96
Brytni Sarpy (Valerie Spencer) 9/21/87
Paul Satterfield (Paul Hornsby) 8/19/60
Michael Saucedo (Juan Santiago) 7/11/76
Ava & Grace Scarola (Avery Jerome Corinthos) 4/26/2014
Carly Schroeder (Serena Baldwin) 10/18/90
Coltin Scott/Stephen Martines (Nikolas Cassadine) 7/23/75
Ignacio Serricchio (Diego Alcazar) 4/19/82
Amanda Setton (Brook Lynn Quartermaine) 12/16/85
Charles Shaughnessy (Alistair Durban) 2/9/55
Dough Sheehan (Joe Kelly) 4/27/49
Parry Shen (Brad Cooper) 6/26/73
Graham Shiels (Cody Paul) 12/26/70
Kin Shriner (Scott Baldwin) 12/6/53
Brooklyn Rae Silzer (Emma Scorpio-Drake) 4/24/06
Jennifer Sky (Sarah Webber) 10/13/77
Tava Smiley (Chloe Morgan Ashton) 10/19/71
Stephen A. Smith (Brick) 10/14/67
Rena Sofer (Lois Cerullo Ashton) 12/2/68
Pepi Sonuga (Taylor DuBois) 9/8/93
Rick Springfield (Dr. Noah Drake/Eli) 8/23/49
Michelle Stafford (Nina Reeves Clay) 9/14/65
John Stamos (Blackie Parrish) 8/19/63
Darby Stanchfield (Amelia Joffe) 4/29/71
Richard Steinmetz (Joe Scully, Jr.) 2/16/59
Stella Stevens (Jake) 10/1/36
Danica Stewart (Maxie Jones) 8/2/83
Garren Stitt (Oscar Nero) 1/21/03
Julian Stone (Jerry Jacks) 12/31/62
Kirsten Storms (Maxie Jones) 4/8/84
Mathew St. Patrick (Marcus Taggert) 3/17/69
Sally Struthers (Jennifer Smith) 1/28/47
James Patrick Stuart (Valentin) 6/16/68
Gloria Stuart (Catherine) 7/4/1910-9/26/2010
Katie Stuart (Sage Alcazar) 8/22/84
Kelly Sullivan (Connie Falconeri/Kate Howard) 2/3/78
Michael Sutton (Stone Cates) 6/18/71
Josh Swickard (Harrison Chase) 7/4/92
Amber Rose Tamblyn (Emily Quartermaine) 5/14/83
Barbara Tarbuck (Lady Jane Jacks) 1/15/42-12/26/16
Bianca Taylor (Claudia Phillips) 2/11/55
Elizabeth Taylor (Helena Cassadine) 2/27/32-3/23/11
Amanda Tepe (Colleen McHenry) 10/16/77
Kelly Thiebaud (Dr. Britt Westbourne) 1/1/85
Roy Thinnes (Phil Brewer) 4/6/38
CJ Thomason (Lucas Jones) 12/6/82
Jason Thompson (Dr. Patrick Drake) 11/20/76
Jessica Tomé (Leticia Juarez ) 9/25/84
Elena Tovar (Rosalie Martinez ) 7/30/?
Constance Towers (Helena Cassadine) 5/20/33
Ellen Travolta (Gloria Cerullo) 10/6/40
Matt Trudeau (Lucas Jones) ?
Jessica Tuck (Cassandra Pierce) 2/19/63
Donnell Turner (Curtis Ashford) 1/8/73
Janine Turner (Laura Templeton) 12/6/62
Erik Valdez (Trey Scully) 8/26/79
Greg Vaughan (Lucky Spencer) 6/15/73
Ilia Volok (Andrei Karpov) 11/22/64
Anthony Vitale (Aldo) 11/30/65
Lisa Vultaggio (Hannah Scott) 1/20/73
Johnny Wactor (Brando Corbin) 8/31
Catherine Wadkins (Mary Bishop) 6/19/75
Kristina Wagner (Felicia Scorpio) 10/30/63
Jack Wagner (Frisco Jones) 10/3/59
Tonja Walker (Olivia St. John) 9/19/60
Braden Walkes (Cameron Spencer) 9/9/2003
David Wallace (Tom Hardy) 11/23/58
Megan Ward (Kate Howard/Connie Falconeri) 9/24/69
Billy Warlock (A.J. Quartermaine) 3/26/61
Robert Palmer Watkins (Dillon Quartermaine) 6/18/88
Cynthia Watros (Nina Reeves) 9/2/68
Vernee Watson (Stella Henry) 9/28/49
Bruce Weitz (Anthony Zacchara) 5/27/43
Annie Wersching (Amelia Joffe) 3/28/77
Hudson West (Jake Spencer Morgan) 3/4/07
Maura West (Ava Jerome) 4/27/72
Dan White (Elijah Crowe) 3/25/80
Bergen Williams (Alice Gunderson) 7/14/59
Billy Dee Williams (Toussaint Dubois) 4/6/37
Bree Williamson (Claudette West) 12/28/79
Alicia Leigh Willis (Courtney Matthews) 3/1/78
Emily Wilson (Ellie Trout) 5/28/85
Landon Wine (Andreas Andropolus) 6/2/62
Sherilyn Wolter (Celia Quartermaine) 11/30/51
Laura Wright (Carly Jacks) 9/11/70
Sharon Wyatt (Tiffany Hill Donely) 2/13/53
Meg Wyllie (Lila Quartermaine/Hester Frumpkin) 2/15/17-1/1/02
David Wysocki (Tom Hardy) 11/23/58
John J. York (Mac Scorpio) 12/10/58
Jacob Young (Lucky Spencer) 9/10/79
Dominic Zamprogna (Dante Falconeri) 4/21/79
Jackie Zeman (Bobbie Spencer) 3/6/53

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Nina Reeves Cassadine Cynthia Watros
Nikolas Cassadine Adam Huss*
Spencer Cassadine Nicholas Chavez
Victor Cassadine Charles Shaughnessy
Phyllis Caulfield Joyce Guy*
Gregory Chase Gregory Harrison*
Harrison Chase Josh Swickard
Lucy Coe Lynn Herring*
Gladys Corbin Bonnie Burroughs*
Dr. Kevin Collins Jon Lindstrom*
Brad Cooper Parry Shen*
Avery Jerome Corinthos Ava & Grace Scarola*
Carly Corinthos Laura Wright
Donna Courtney Corinthos Scarlett Brielle Spears*
Michael Quartermaine Corinthos, III Chad Duell
Michael “Sonny” Corinthos, Jr. Maurice Benard
Wiley Corinthos Viron Weaver*
Alexis Davis Nancy Lee Grahn
Kristina Corinthos Davis Lexi Ainsworth*
Molly Lansing Davis Haley Alexis Pullos*
Anna Devane Finola Hughes
Emma Scorpio Drake Brooklyn Rae Silzer*
Amy Driscoll Risa Louise Dorken*
Felix DuBois Marc Anthony Samuel*
Dante Falconeri Dominic Zamprogna
Leo Falconeri Easton Rocket Sweda*
Olivia Maria Falconeri Lisa LoCicero*
Rocco Falconeri Brady Bauer*
Dr. Hamilton Finn Michael Easton
Violet Finn Jophielle Love*
Frank Frank Lyn*
Mason Gatlin Nathanyael Gray*
Austin Gatlin-Holt Roger Howarth
Sasha Gilmore Sofia Mattsson*
Martin Grey Michael E. Knight*
Dex Heller Evan Hofer
Stella Henry Vernee Watson*
Josslyn John Jacks Eden McCoy
Ava Jerome Maura West
Bailey Louise Jones London & Jett Prinzo-Berendt*
Ethan Lovett James Ryan*
Mariah Maximilliana “Maxie” Jones Kirsten Storms
Diane Miller Carolyn Hennesy*
Danny Morgan Zakary Risinger*
Jake Spencer Morgan Hudson West*
Samantha “Sam” McCall Morgan Kelly Monaco
N’neeka Arlondriah Lenyea*
Dr. Sofia Navarro Christina Ferraro*
Dr. Liesl Obrecht Kathleen Gati*
Esmé Prince Avery Pohl*
Amelia Grace Quartermaine Nathan and Owen Ford
Brook Lynn Quartermaine Amanda Setton
Dr. Monica Bard Quartermaine Leslie Charleson*
Tracy Quartermaine Jane Elliott
Willow Tait Quartermaine /Kali Miller Katelyn MacMullen
Dr. Terry Randolph Cassandra James*
Cyrus Renault Jeff Kober*
Sergeant Robinson Nathaniel Harris*
Portia Robinson Brook Kerr*
Trina Robinson Tabyana Ali
Felicia Scorpio-Jones Kristina Wagner
Malcolm “Mac” Scorpio John J. York*
Robin Scorpio-Drake Kimberly McCullough*
Robert Scorpio Tristan Rogers*
Deanna Sirtis Dioni Michelle Collins*
Aiden Spencer Enzo De Angelis*
Bobbie Spencer Jacklyn Zeman*
Laura Spencer Collins Genie Francis
Damian Spinelli Bradford Anderson*
Georgie Spinelli Lily Fisher*
Holly Sutton Emma Samms*
Marcus Taggert Réal Andrews*
Yuri Tamashevich Cyrus Hobbi*
Cameron Webber Spencer William Lipton*
Caroline Webber Denise Crosby*
Elizabeth Webber Rebecca Herbst
Jeff Webber William R. Moses*
Heather Webber Alley Mills*
James West Owen and Curtis Rufca*
Selina Wu Lydia Look*

*Recurring or temporary (this changes constantly)

Updated 4/29/23

Most of this Info from Internet Movie Database and Wikipedia

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NCIS Cast List

Who Plays Whom?



Leroy Jethro Gibbs…Mark Harmon
Donald Mallard…David McCallum
Timothy McGee…Sean Murray
Jimmy Palmer…Brian Dietzen
Leon Vance…Rocky Carroll
Nick Torres…Wilmer Valderrama
Kasie Hines…Diona Reasonover
Senior FBI Agent T.C. Fornell…Joe Spano
Delilah Fielding…Margo Harshman

Jack Sloane…Maria Bello
Ellie Bishop…Emily Wickersham
Abby Sciuto…Pauley Perrette
Anthony DiNozzo…Michael Weatherly
Ziva David…Cote de Pablo
Jenny Shepard…Lauren Holly
Caitlin Todd…Sasha Alexander
Jeanne Benoit…Scottie Thompson
Mike Franks…Muse Watson
Gerald Jackson…Pancho Demmings
Trent Kort…David Dayan Fisher
Tom Morrow…Alan Dale
Cynthia Sumner…Stephanie Mello
Special Agent Michelle Lee…Liza Lapira
Secretary of the Navy Clayton Jarvis…Matt Craven
Anthony DiNozzo, Sr….Robert Wagner
Kelly Gibbs…Mary Mouser
Army Lt. Col. Hollis Mann…Susanna Thompson
Jackson Gibbs…Ralph Waite
Erica Jane ‘EJ’ Barrett…Sarah Jane Morris
Special Agent Paula Cassidy…Jessica Steen
Ari Haswari…Rudolf Martin
Shannon Gibbs…Darby Stanchfield
Mossad Director Eli David…Michael Nouri
Guy Ross…Kent Shocknek
Mossad Officer Michael Rivkin…Merik Tadros
CGIS Agent Abigail Borin…Diane Neal
Alejandro Rivera…Marco Sanchez
NCIS Probationary Agent Ned Dorneget…Matt Jones
Dr. Samantha Ryan…Jamie Lee Curtis

NCIS: Los Angeles

G. Callen…Chris O’Donnell
Kensi Blye…Daniela Ruah
Eric Beale…Barrett Foa
Hetty Lange…Linda Hunt
Sam Hanna…LL Cool J
Marty Deeks…Eric Christian Olsen
Nell Jones…Renée Felice Smith
Owen Granger…Miguel Ferrer
Nate Getz…Peter Cambor

Dominic Vail…Adam Jamal Craig
Arkady Kolcheck…Vyto Ruginis
Vostanik Sabatino…Erik Palladino
Lauren Hunter…Claire Forlani
Anna Kolcheck…Bar Paly
NCIS Agent Thompson…Jeronimo Spinx
Marcel Janvier…Christopher Lambert

NCIS: New Orleans

Dwayne Pride…Scott Bakula
Christopher LaSalle…Lucas Black
Meredith Brody…Zoe McLellan
Sebastian Lund…Rob Kerkovich
Loretta Wade…CCH Pounder
Patton Plame…Daryl Mitchell
Sonja Percy…Shalita Grant
JPSO Deputy…Patrick Constantine Bertagnolli Jr.
Laurel Pride…Shanley Caswell
Douglas Hamilton…Steven Weber


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Legends of Tomorrow Character Profiles

What is everyone like?

Legends of Tomorrow

Ray PalmerRay Palmer Ray is super smart, a science prodigy, and also has a lot of enthusiasm. Although he’s very handsome, he was a lonely and bullied geek growing up. He was a successful inventor who became rich. After his fiance Anna was murdered, he developed a super-powered exoskeleton to fight crime. This is how he became The Atom. His technology allows him to fly, and to shrink or to get larger, as well as to shoot blasts.




Sara LanceSara Lance Sara was thought dead and lost at sea, but she ended up in Nanda Parbat and joined the League of Assassins. She was killed but resurrected, saved via the Lazarus Pit. She is the hero White Canary and is in charge of the Legends since Rip left.





Mick RoryMick Rory Mick was a villain, Heat Wave, along with his friend Leonard Snart (Captain Cold). Mick is a pyromaniac (likes to set fire to things) and thief. Mick was recruited to join the Legion but never considers himself a hero. He was captured by the Time Masters and brainwashed into becoming the Time Master Chronos. Mick eventually broke free of his conditioning and is back to normal (more or less). Although he acts dumbs, it’s clear that he’s pretty smart. He just likes to keep things simple. The death of his best friend affected him deeply. Mick has no powers, just a big powerful gun that shoots flames. Like all of them, he’s good at fighting, too.


Amaya JiveAmaya Jiwe She was part of the Justice Society of America in the 1940’s as Vixen. She chose to join the Legends after she found out that a time traveler killed her lover, Rex. She’s from an African village and was given a magical totem. This gives her the power to call on the power of any animal.





Nate HeywoodNate Heywood Nate is a historian who learned about the Legends and enlisted Oliver Queen to rescued them when they went missing. He’s very enthusiastic and, like Ray, a bit of a geek, despite being so handsome. He was a hemophiliac and almost died, but he was injected by an experimental serum that saved him. It also gave him the super powers to give him an instant metal skin when he needs it. He’s now the superhero Steel.




Leonard SnartLeonard Snart Like Mick, Snart was a criminal. He was the brains of their operation. He developed a cold ray gun that allows him to freeze things and people. He, too, joined the Legends. He was never as gruff or unsocialable as Mick, and eventually, he sacrificed himself to save the Legends when they were fighting Vandal Savage. He’s come back a number of times from the past. His Earth X counterpart, Leo, has joined the team for a little while. This Snart is gay and a much nicer person, who helps people with their feelings.



Zari TomazZari Tomaz She joined the team in 2042, where she was fighting against A.R.G.U.S. Religion had been banned in that future, and she was part of a Muslim family. The Legends rescued her and persuaded her to join their team. She has an amulet similar to Amaya’s, except it lets her control the air. Zari has been hardened by the loss of her family. She presents a gruff exterior, somewhat like Mick, and is very cynical.




GideonGideon Gideon is an advanced computer program, or artificial life form. She’s an interactive consciousness programmed to operate the Waverider (the time machine ship that the Legends use). We mostly just hear Gideon’s voice, but sometimes we see this disembodied head. She is very powerful and has done many amazing things. She’s related to the same Gideon that was developed by Barry Allen in the future and used by Eobard Thawne.




Rip HunterRip Hunter Rip was a Time Master, but when evil Vandal Savage killed his wife and child, he went on a personal mission to stop Vandal and save the world from this evil machinations. This violated the rules set up by the Time Masters, so they tried to hunt him down and kill him. Rip and the Legends ended up stopping the Time Masters and Vandal, but he still lost his wife and child. Rip is basically a hero, but he sometimes acts in his own self interests. He can be very single-minded and sometimes sneaky. He likes to be in control and doesn’t like to let his guard down. He’s a great fighter and can be very ruthless. Sometimes he lets his anger get in the way of his duties. Letting go of his grief has helped him to grow up and become a better person and leader.


Damian DarhkDamien Darhk Damien is a merciless killer with a great sense of humor. Even though he is evil, he also is great at justifying his actions for the greater good (as he sees it). He was once a member of the League of Assassins. He lived a long time, thanks to the Lazarus Pit, and built his power and fortune over centuries. He has obtained magical abilities, due to collecting ancient artifacts. He planned to annihilate the world with nuclear weapons after building himself, his family, and people he thought were important, an unground city to survive the nuclear fallout. He was thwarted by the Green Arrow and his friends and killed. Earlier in time, he teams up with Malcolm Merlyn and Eobard Thawne to control reality, and they do for a time, until the Legends defeat them. Damien was resurrected and teamed up with Gorilla Grodd, and his daughter Nora, and the evil Mallus.


Ava SharpeAva Sharpe Ava is a high ranking agent of the Time Bureau. She is very intelligent and ambitious. She doesn’t like the Legends at first but then worked with them to try to defeat Damien Darhk. She admires the Legends, particularly Sara.





Nora DarhkNora Darhk Nora, who now goes by Eleanor, is the daughter of Damien Darhk and his wife Ruvé Adams. Ruvé and Damien both died in Star City, and Eleanor was adopted by someone else. However, she later joined the Mallus cult and is helping her father (now resurrected) in their plot to rule the world with magic. She has magic as well as the ability to travel through time.




Mallus Mallus is some sort of evil entity that can manipulated time and is feared by everyone. He can possess the bodies of humans and considers himself a God.

Jax JacksonJefferson Jackson “Jax” Jax is a former mechanic who then became a meta-human, part of the hero Firestorm with Martin Stein. He didn’t want to become a Legend, but Martin forced him to go along. Jax forgave him and the men became very close, like father and son.





Martin SteinDr. Martin Stein Martin was a professor of physics who developed Firestorm. He became part of Firestorm as a metahuman when the particle accelerator exploded. Martin knows about a great deal of subjects, including history, and he was invaluable during the Legends missions. However, sometimes his ego would get him into trouble. He was not a good leader, the one time he tried, because he had trouble making quick decisions. Martin is very kind and is married to a wonderful woman named Clarissa. They have a daughter named Lily. Martin sacrifice himself on Earth X when all of the superheroes were trying to save everyone from the Nazis.



Kendra SaundersKendra Saunders






Eobard ThawneEobard Thawne





Lily SteinLily Stein






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Malcolm MerlynMalcolm Merlyn






Clarissa SteinClarissa Stein






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Who Plays Whom?

Legends of Tomorrow

Ray Palmer/The Atom…Brandon Routh

Sara Lance/White Canary…Caity Lotz

Mick Rory/Heat Wave…Dominic Purcell

Amaya Jiwe/Vixen…Maisie Richardson-Sellers

Nate Heywood/Steel…Nick Zano

Leonard Snart/Captain Cold…Wentworth Miller

Zari Tomaz…Tala Ashe

Gideon…Amy Louise Pemberton

Rip Hunter…Arthur Darvill

Damien Darhk…Neal McDonough

Ava Sharpe…Jes Macallan

Nora Darhk…Courtney Ford

Mallus…John Noble

Jefferson Jackson “Jax” /Firestorm…Franz Drameh

Dr. Martin Stein /Firestorm…Victor Garber

Kendra Saunders/Hawkgirl…Ciara Renée

Eobard Thawne…Matt Letscher

Lily Stein…Christina Brucato

Vandal Savage…Casper Crump

Carter Hall…Falk Hentschel

Malcolm Merlyn…John Barrowman

Clarissa Stein…Isabella Hofmann

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Legends of Tomorrow Cast Birthdays

When does your favorite “Legends” star celebrate?

Legends of Tomorrow

Tala Ashe July 24
John Barrowman March 11
Christina Brucato January 14
Casper Crump July 11
Arthur Darvill June 17
Franz Drameh January 5
Courtney Ford June 27
Victor Garber March 16
Falk Hentschel April 26
Isabella Hofmann December 11
Matt Letscher June 26
Caity Lotz December 30
Jes Macallan August 9
Neal McDonough February 13
Wentworth Miller June 2
John Noble August 20
Amy Louise Pemberton August 23
Dominic Purcell February 17
Ciara Renée October 19
Maisie Richardson-Sellers March 2
Brandon Routh October 9
Nick Zano March 8

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General Hospital Appearances

Where to find your favorite GH actors!

Sonny with the three Carlys


Veteran soap actresses Hillary B. Smith (ex-Nora) and Crystal Chappell  (ex-Olivia, GL; ex-Carly, Days, et al.) have a show called The It Girls on the Stoop! Help fund Season 3 Part 2

Lexi Ainsworth (Kristina) guest-stars on “NCIS” Monday, 5/8 on CBS.

Sean Blakemore  (Shawn) appears in season 2 of “Cruel Summer” on Freeform. It starts 6/5.

Sebastian Roché (ex-Jerry) appears in the series “1923” on Paramount. It’s been renewed for season 2.

Emma Caulfield Ford  (ex-Lorraine) will appear in the new Disney series, “Agatha: Coven of Chaos,” which is a sequel to the series “WandaVision,” on Disney+. Emma will reprise her role as Dottie.

James Franco (ex-Franco) has 4 movies coming out.

Lindsey Morgan (ex-Kristina) appears in the movie “Scrambled,” which came out in March.

Erik Valdez  (ex-Trey) appears in “Superman and Lois” Tuesdays on The CW.


Aki Aleong (ex-Mr. Wu) has many films coming out.

Shaun Benson (ex-Steve) has 3 movies coming out.

Tristan Rogers (Robert) is working on a new film, “Kid With a Cape.”

Ryan Carnes has 5 new movies coming out within the next 2 years.

Ilia Volok  (ex-Andrei) has quite a few new movies coming out.

Greg Evigan  (ex-Jim) stars in the new film “Blending Christmas”. More Info

Ryan Paevey (ex-Nathan) stars in many Hallmark movies.

Donnell Turner (Curtis) has a new film coming out, “Time In Between.”

Lisa LoCicero (Olivia) has a couple of movies coming out.

Ronnie Marmo  (ex-Ronnie) has a bunch of new movies coming out.

Kevin Bernhardt (ex-Kevin) is a TV- and screen-writer now and has several films coming out.

Matthew Ashford (ex-Tom) has been working on a bunch of movies.

Adrienne Barbeau (ex-Suzanne) has two new movies coming out, including “Hellblazers.”

Cynthia Watros (Nina) is working on a new film, “The Goose that Laid the Golden Egg.”

Chris Robinson  (ex-Rick) has 2 new films coming out.

A Martinez (ex-Roy) stars in the upcoming films “Symphoria” and “Ambulance.”

Robert LaSardo (ex-Manny/Father Mateo) has many new movies coming out in the next few years.

Jeff Kober (ex-Cyrus) has a new movie coming out, “Topology of Sirens.”

Jon Lindstrom (Kevin/Ryan) is working on 3 new films.

Ian Buchanan (ex-Duke) has 4 new films coming out soon.

Maurice Benard (Sonny) has a video podcast, “State of Mind,” where he talks about mental health issues, answers fan questions and interviews other stars.

Lane Davies  (Cameron) has 2 films coming out.

Brad Maule (ex-Tony) is filming a new movie, “Blood Streams.”

Tyler Christopher (Nikolas) appears in a new film, “Unhallowed.”

Veteran actor Lawrence Pressman, who played a judge on GH, has several movies coming out.

John J. York (Mac) has a new film, “Chasing Nightmares.”

Yeniffer Behrens (ex-Marianna/Jacina) has a lot of new movies coming out in the next few years.

Sean Kanan  (ex-A.J.) has a few new movies coming out and stars in “The Bold and the Beautiful” on CBS.

T.K. Weaver (ex-Danny) has 3 new movies coming out.

Bryan Craig (ex-Morgan) stars in a new movie for Tubi. More Information

Josh Swickard (Chase) appears in a movie, “City Lights,” written and produced by his wife.

Joseph C. Phillips (ex-Justus) has 2 new TV movies coming out.

Tia Carrere  (ex-Jade) is working on 2 films and a possible TV series.

Tom Arnold (ex-Billy) has several movies coming out.

Seamus Dever (ex-Ian) and Marsha Thomason (ex-Gillian) are both working on a new movie, “The Extraordinary Farewell.”

Scott Clifton (ex-Dillon) appears in the movie “Stupid Cupid.”

Claire Coffee (ex-Nadine) stars in “A New Lease on Christmas” Sunday, December 12, 8:00PM on ION.

James C. Burns  (ex-Vaughn) has a lot of movies coming out.

Demi Moore  (ex-Jackie) stars in a new movie, “Please Baby Please.”

Cassandra James (Terry) stars in the movie “A Christmas Sunset” on Amazon Prime.

Marc Anthony Samuel (Felix) appears in the indie movie “Love Accidentally.” More Info

Adrian Alvarado (ex-Det. Cruz Rodriguez) has a few movies coming out and guest-stars often on primetime shows.

Crystal Carson (ex-Julie) appears in the independent movie “#MyCorona.”

Joe Flanigan (ex-Neil) has a few movies coming out. See below for his MANY personal appearances!

Jeffrey Vincent Parise (ex-Carlos) has a few new movies coming out.

Sam Behrens (ex-Jake) is working on two new films.

Dee Wallace (ex-Pat) has many movies coming out.

Annie Ilonzeh (ex-Maya) has 4 movies coming out.



Amber Tamblyn (ex-Emily) has movies coming out.

Jacob Young  (ex-Lucky) has a regular podcast Real Conversations with Jacob Young.

Shari Belafonte (ex-Janice) appears in “Morning Show” on Apple TV+.

Anthony Montgomery  (André) stars in “The Family Business” on BET.

Stephen A. Smith (Brick) appears regularly on ESPN on “ESPN First Take” and “Stephen A’s World.

Teresa Castillo (Sabrina) does one of the voices in the HULU series “Madagascar: A Little Wild.”

Mark Hamill (ex-Kent) does voices in 2 animated series, “Invincible” on Amazon Prime and “Masters of the Universe: Revelation,” which premieres on Netflix July 23. He also has 2 other films in the works.

Pej Vahdat (ex-Dr.  Litz/Kia) appears in the new TV series “The Old Man” on FX on HULU later this year.

Dominic Rains (ex-Leo) appears in “Chicago Med” Wednesdays on NBC.

Sydney Mikayla (Trina) does voices in “Craig of the Creek” on Cartoon Network and “The Barbarian and the Troll” on Nickelodeon.

Robert Palmer Watkins (ex-Dillon) appears in the AMC series “The Walking Dead: World Beyond” and has a few new films coming out.

Kelly Sullivan (ex-Connie/Kate) has 2 new movies coming out and stars in “Sister with a Secret” Sunday, August 14 on Lifetime.

Gildart Jackson  (ex-Simon) has a  few movies coming out. He also has a recurring role on “The Bold Type” on Freeform and does a voice in “Castlevania” on Netflix as well the voice of Alfred on the video game  “Gotham Knights.”

Nazanin Boniadi (ex-Leyla) will be in the new Amazon Prime “Lord of the Rings” series. More Info She appears Friday, 10/21 on “Tamron Hall.”

Jack Wagner (ex-Frisco) stars in “When Calls the Heart” on the Hallmark Channel. He  appears on “The Talk” Monday, 3/21 on CBS.

Gwendoline Yeo (ex-Dr. Kelly Lee) does voices on the animated Malaysian series “Monkie Kid” and in the series “Star Wars: The Bad Batch” on Disney+.

Ignacio Serricchio (ex-Diego) sometimes does voices on “Family Guy” on FOX.  He will be seen in the first episode of “Firefly Lane” when the show returns for its second season on Netflix later this year.

Jaime Ray Newman (ex-Kristina) stars in the new HULU series “Dopesick” and in the HBO series “The Time Traveler’s Wife.”  She also  stars in the movie, “MK Ultra.”

Jason David (Aiden) also appears in the HBO series “The Time Traveler’s Wife.”

Minae Noji (ex-Kelly) does voices for the animated French show “Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir,” which can be seen on the Disney Channel.

Maree Cheatham (ex-Charlene) appears in “The Haves and The Have Nots” on OWN.

Vinessa Antoine (Jordan) stars in a CBC drama series Wednesdays “Diggstown.” and appears in the new movie “Kicking Blood.”

Nathan Parsons (ex-Ethan) stars in “Roswell, New Mexico” Tuesdays on The CW.

Richard Gant (ex-Dr. Ford) has recurring roles on “NCIS: Los Angeles” on CBS and “The Wonder Years” on ABC.

Vernee Watson (Stella) appears in the series “Bob ♥ Abishola” Mondays on CBS.

Tequan Richmond (ex-T.J.) stars in the BET series “Boomerang” and in the movie “Blood on Her Badge” on TVOne.

John Stamos (ex-Blackie) appears in the podcast “Wondery’s Snatching Sinatra.” He stars in “Big Shot” on Disney+ an appears Wednesday, 10/19 on “The Drew Barrymore Show.”

Chrissie Fit (ex-Mercedes) stars in the new Comedy Central series “Awkwafina Is Nora From Queens” and in the Hulu series “I Know What You Did Last Summer.” She also appears in the movie “Women Is Losers.”

Penny Johnson Jerald (ex-Debbie) appears in “The Orville” on HULU.

James Patrick Stuart (Valentin) does voices in the animated series “Amphibia” on Disney and “Blaze and the Monster Machines” on Nickelodeon.

Hudson West (Jake) appears in a new anthology series, “Like It Was Yesterday.”

Billy Miller (ex-Drew) stars in the series “Truth Be Told” on the AppleTV+ network. It returns for season 3 this year (maybe in October). He guest-stars on “NCIS” Monday, 10/3 on CBS.

Mary Beth Evans (ex-Kathreine) also guest-stars on “The Rookie” Sunday, 11/14 on ABC.

Alyshia Ochse (ex-Cassandra) appears in the movie, “My True Fairytale” and in a new series, “UDrive Me.”

Molly Burnett  (ex-Maxie) appears in a new TV series, “Blackout.”

Dahlia Salem  (ex-Claire) guest-stars on a re-run of “S.W.A.T.” Saturday, January 22 on CBS.

Corbin Bernsen (ex-John) has a recurring role on “The Resident” Mondays on FOX and has a bunch of new movies coming out, including “Psych 3: This Is Gus” on Peacock, reprising his role as Henry Spencer from the “Psych” series. He and Janine Turner (ex-Laura) star in “Taking The Reins” Saturday, September 25, 8:00PM on Hallmark Movie Channel.

Wendy Braun (ex-Iris) appears in the series “Atypical” on Netflix.

Marisa Ramirez (ex-Gia) is a series regular on CBS’ “Blue Bloods,” which airs Fridays at 10 p.m. ET.

Johnny Wactor (Brando) is working on a new series, “Barbee Rehab” and has a few movies coming out as well.

Greg Cipes (ex-J.T.) does voices in many animated shows and has a few movies coming out.

Darby Stanchfield (ex-Amelia) stars in the Netflix series “Locke & Key,” and in the movie “Mosquito.” She appears Monday, October 25 on “Live with Kelly and Ryan”.

Jessica Tuck (Cassandra) stars in “For All Mankind” on AppleTV+ and in the Amazon series “Upload.”

Khary Payton (ex-Terrell) stars in “The Walking Dead” on AMC  and does voices on many different animated series.

Debbi Morgan (ex-Ellen) stars in “BET Her Presents: The Waiting Room” October 9; in the BET+ TV series “Bigger”; and on the FOX series “Our Kind of People” starting Sept. 1.

Wes Ramsey (Peter) has been working on this series, “Sidetracked,” which may or may not get picked up.

Hannah Nordberg (ex-Josslyn) does the voice of Gracy on the Disney series “Fancy Nancy.”

Matt Cohen (ex-Griffin) has joined ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT as a full-time correspondent and co-anchor of ET’s weekend show.

Shaun Cassidy (ex-Dusty) is a writer and consulting producer in the NBC hit show “New Amsterdam.”

Drew Garrett (ex-Michael) is working on a new series, “Daddy Issues.”

Kimberly McCullough (Robin) mostly directs now, including the new TV series “High School Musical: The Musical – The Series” on Disney+.

Stephen Kay  (ex-Reginald) is a director of TV series and movies, including the upcoming “Origin” movie and the series “Yellowstone” on Paramount+.


Greg Vaughan (ex-Lucky) plays Eric, Mary Beth Evans (ex-Katherine) plays Kayla, Stephen Nichols  (ex-Stefan) plays Steve, Brandon Barash (ex-Johnny) plays Jake, Thaao Penghlis (ex-Victor) plays Andre/Tony occasionally, Matthew Ashford (ex-Tom) plays Jack, Tamara Braun (ex-Carly) plays Ava, and Wally Kurth (Ned) also plays Justin on “Days of Our Lives.”

Richard Burgi (ex-Paul) plays Ashland, Michelle Stafford (ex-Nina) plays Phyllis, Jason Thompson  (ex-Patrick) plays Billy, Elizabeth Hendrickson (ex-Margaux) plays Chloe, and Brytni Sarpy (ex-Valerie) plays Elena on “The Young and The Restless” weekdays on CBS. Brytni also appears in “The Haves and The Have Nots” on OWN.

Rena Sofer (ex-Lois) plays Quinn, Scott Clifton (ex-Dillon) plays Liam and Ted King (ex-Lorenzo/Luis) plays Jack on “Bold & The Beautiful” weekdays on CBS.  Ashley Jones  (ex-Parker) appears occasionally as Bridget.

Hillary B. Smith (ex-Nora), Wes Ramsey (Peter), Robert Newman (ex-Prescott), Elizabeth Keifer  (ex-Camellia), Lesli Kay (ex-Lois) and other soap stars appears in “Venice: The Series“. It will return for season 7.

Digital series “The Bay” has moved to Amazon Prime. More casting news, updates, and previous episodes can be found at Many soap stars appear in the series.


Actors’ Personal & Live Appearances




Ricky Martin (ex-Miguel) tours regularly. Find his concert dates here.

Jonathan Jackson (ex-Lucky) tours with his band as well as acts in movies and TV. Find his appearances on his site.

Rick Springfield (ex-Noah/Eli) tours regularly. Find his concert info at hist site. He appears Wednesday, 5/11 on “The Kelly Clarkson Show.”



Check out our other Daytime appearances pages for AMC TV, AMC Live, ATWT, AW, B&B, Days, Days Live, GL, Loving/The City, OLTL, Passions, PC, SuBe, & Y&R.

Appearances from IMDB, SOD, various web pages, and e-mails.

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Robert, Anna and Sean on GH

Leverage Cast Birthdays List

Celebrate with your favorite Leverage stars!

Leverage team

Leverage Cast Birthdays!

Gina BellmanJuly 10, 1966
Aldis HodgeSeptember 20, 1986
Timothy HuttonAugust 16, 1960
Christian KaneJune 27, 1972
Kari MatchettMarch 25, 1970
Beth RiesgrafAugust 24, 1978
Jeri RyanFebruary 22, 1968
Aleyse ShannonMay 16, 1996
Mark SheppardMay 30, 1967
Noah WyleJune 4, 1971

Christian Kane raising a glass

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Grey’s Anatomy Character Profiles

What is everyone like?

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Meredith GreyMeredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo) Meredith is the central character and narrates most of the shows. She began as an intern and is now a resident. She has had an off and on romance with Derek Shepherd, and they finally got married by post-it note. She calls herself “dark and stormy,” mostly due to issues with her alcoholic absent father who she feels abandoned her many years ago. She also had difficulty reconciling her mother’s long-term affair with Chief of surgery Richard Webber. She is best friends with Cristina Yang and they refer to each other as “my person.” She has a half sister named Lexie and she had difficulty accepting her when she first came to Seattle Grace Hospital, but they have slowly grown closer.


Christina YangCristina Yang (Sandra Oh) Cristina is a cardiothoracic surgery resident who is an overachiever. Her life revolves around surgery and she has been known to put surgery before the relationships in her life. She is best friends with Meredith Grey. For some time, she had a serious relationship with Preston Burke but he left her on their wedding day. She is currently in a relationship with Owen Hunt. He had a relationship with Teddy Altman in Iraq and there is a bit of a love triangle between the three. Cristina offers to give Owen to Teddy in order to scrub in on surgery with Altman as her teacher. She later works through this with Owen.


Derek ShepherdDerek Shepherd (Patrick Dempsey) – He was originally the head of neurosurgery but took over as chief of surgery when Dr. Webber was “demoted” due to his alcohol issues. He was nicknamed “McDreamy” by the girls. He came to Seattle Grace to get away from his ex-wife Addison, who cheated on him with his best friend Mark Sloan. He began an on-and-off-again relationship with Meredith and they recently ended up marrying by post it note. He has been having issues with Webber since he went to the hospital board about Webber’s drinking problem, resulting in his demotion. They have been able to come to a truce and appear to be helping each other through their trials in their new positions.



Alex KarevAlex Karev (Justin Chambers) – Alex grew up in an unstable home. He continuously had to protect his mother from his father, who was abusive. He had numerous flings with different women at Seattle Grace Hospital until he met a patient named Ava. She came in with amnesia and he took care of her, eventually falling in love. Ava left and later spent some time in a mental hospital and they end up going their separate ways. He later begins to date Izzie and they got married while she was in the hospital with cancer. After she was let go from Seattle Grace for performing an incorrect procedure on a renal patient, causing her to code and almost die. She then disappeared and left him floundering. He started sleeping with Lexie.


Miranda BaileyMiranda Bailey (Chandra Wilson) – She is the attending general surgeon at Seattle Grace Hospital. She was always supportive to Chief Webber especially because she wasn’t afraid to tell him like it is. She is well-known for her tough and domineering attitude and earned the nickname The Nazi. She comes across as tough but has softened toward the residents as she has formed relationships with them. The long hours spent at work caused problems between her and her husband and they ended up divorcing. Recently she has started to date Ben Warren (Jason George).



Richard WebberRichard Webber (James Pickens, Jr.) – He was the original Chief of Surgery at Seattle Grace Hospital. Years ago, he had an affair with Meredith’s mom (Ellis Grey), and the affair contributes to the tension between him and Meredith at work. He struggled with alcoholism in the past and when Seattle Grace and Mercy West merged, it caused him much stress and he ended up falling off the wagon. Derek Shepherd reported him to the hospital board, and he was subsequently demoted back to surgeon and told to get help for his alcoholism. Shepherd took over as acting chief in his absence and there has been a lot of tension between the two because Webber does not like the way Shepherd has been running the hospital. Being back in the OR reminds him of his love for surgery and he and Shepherd have come to a truce of sorts. Webber has been offering advice on how to deal with the administrative end of the job.


Mark SloanMark Sloan (Eric Dane) – Mark is the head of plastic surgery. His character ways was a playboy and he even had an affair with Addison Montgomery Shepherd (Derek’s wife), which ruined his friendship with Shepherd for quite some time. The femlales at Seattle Grace nicknamed “McSteamy.”. He started to date Lexie Grey and the relationship turned serious when they decided to move in together. He found out he had an 18 year old pregnant daughter when she showed up on his doorstep, and Lexie had a difficult time adjusting to the thought of “playing mom.” His daughter’s name is Sloan as well and he is excited about being a granddad but Sloan wants to give the baby up for adoption. She ends up leaving without telling him and he really feels the loss. He starts dating Teddy Altman but explains that he doesn’t want a fling, he wants a family, which is opposite of everything he has been up to this point.


Alexandra GreyAlexandra ‘Lexie” Grey (Chyler Leigh) – She is resident and half-sister to Meredith (same father). She is known for her photographic memory. Initially, she and Meredith did not get along but have slowly grown closer. She dated Mark Sloan for quite some time but it ended when his 18 year old daughter showed up at his door pregnant and moved in with them. He was excited about being a grandfather and began to envision a whole family that Lexie was not ready for. She bolted and took solace in sleeping with Alex Karev, neither of which is looking for anything serious. She found out that Sloan moved on with Teddy Altman and she was upset.



Teddy AltmanTeddy Altman (Kim Raver) – She is the head of cardiothoracic surgery at Seattle Grace. She knows Owen Hunt from the past because they served together in Iraq. They were in love and she is still in love with him although he is dating Cristina Yang. She is tough on Yang in surgery and has different teaching methods than what we are used to, but Yang wants to scrub in on as many surgeries with her that she can. Yang offered to trade Owen if she would allow her to scrub in on surgery. Teddy told Owen this, causing issues between him and Yang. Currently she is dating Mark Sloan and they are taking it slowly.



Owen HuntOwen Hunt (Kevin McKidd) – He is the head of trauma surgery and Yang’s current boyfriend. He suffers from PTSD (posttraumatic stress disorder) from his time in Iraq and because of this he almost kills Yang when he chokes her in his sleep. Yang becomes afraid of him so he seeks therapy and they are able repair their relationship. He struggles with memories of Iraq and his time with Altman and their relationship. He and Yang have a stormy relationship and it almost ends when she offers to give him to Altman in trade for more surgery opportunities.



Arizona RobbinsArizona Robbins (Jessica Capshaw) – She is the head of pediatric surgery. She appears calm and able to counsel others through highly emotional situations. She is currently dating Callie Torres and has helped her with ‘coming out’ to her dad, although it doesn’t go well at all. Callie wants kids and she adamantly does not, so this is a point of contention for their relationship.




Calliope TorresCalliope “Callie” Torres (Sara Ramirez) – She is an attending orthopaedic surgeon. She got married to George O’Malley but they divorced because he realized he was in love with Izzie. Callie started a relationship with Erica Hahn but it was cut short when Hahn left the hospital over the lack of punishment for Izzie. She has since met Arizona Robbins and they are dating. She “came out” to her dad, who was not happy, but after cutting her off from his money and not speaking to her, he has begun to come around. She and Arizona have discussed children and Arizona vehemently does not want them. Callie is upset and ready to end the relationship because she realizes that she absolutely does want children.


Addison Montgomery ShepherdAddison Montgomery Shepherd (Kate Walsh) – Former head of OB/GYN and Neonatal Surgery. She was married to Derek Shepherd but they got divorced due to her infidelity with his best friend Mark Sloan. She transferred to Seattle Grace and attempted to get back together with Derek, but she finally realized he was in love with Meredith and ended up leaving Seattle Grace (she is currently on the spinoff show Private Practice). She occasionally makes guest appearances on Grey’s Anatomy.



Izzie StevensIsobel “Izzie” Stevens (Katherine Heigl) – Izzie grew up poor and gave a daughter up for adoption when she was 16. She started as an intern at Seattle Grace where she met Denny Duquette, a patient she fell in love with. He needed a heart transplant and he was not going to get one in time, so she purposely cut his LVAD wires, causing him to die. She almost lost her job over this and spiraled into a deep depression. She began dating Alex Karev and their relationship had its ups and downs. She was diagnosed with metastatic melanoma and had to undergo rigorous treatment. They ended up marrying in the hospital and she underwent surgery, surviving the treatment. Once back to work, she accidentally induced hyperkalaemia in a patient slated for renal transplant and therefore lost her job. She left Seattle Grace without a word to anyone, especially her husband Alex and has reappeared occasionally. She and Karev have since separated and she is working at another hospital.

George O'MalleyGeorge O’Malley (T. R. Knight) – George is an intern who was originally infatuated with Meredith. They ended up sleeping together and she cried, humiliating him. They were able to get past that and remain close friends. He was always close friends with Izzie as well. He began to date Callie Torres, and they ended up getting married. He began to develop feelings for Izzie, and therefore broke it off with Callie. They attempted a relationship but realized they were better off as friends. He died when he tried to save a girl from being hit by a bus and ended up getting hit instead.




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Dr. Meredith Grey…Ellen Pompeo

Dr. Alex Karev…Justin Chambers

Dr. Miranda Bailey…Chandra Wilson

Dr. Richard Webber…James Pickens Jr.

Dr. Owen Hunt…Kevin McKidd

Dr. Jackson Avery…Jesse Williams

Dr. April Kepner…Sarah Drew

Dr. Amelia Shepherd…Caterina Scorsone

Dr. Maggie Pierce…Kelly McCreary

Dr. Andrew DeLuca…Giacomo Gianniotti

Dr. Jo Wilson…Camilla Luddington

Dr. Teddy Altman…Kim Raver

Dr. Ben Warren…Jason Winston George

Dr. Leah Murphy…Tessa Ferrer

Dr. Catherine Avery…Debbie Allen


Past or Recurring Cast

Dr. Ellis Grey…Kate Burton

Dr. Sam Bennett…Taye Diggs

Dr. Nicole Herman…Geena Davis

Dr. Heather Brooks…Tina Majorino

Dr. William Thorpe…Scott Elrod

Dr. Finn Dandridge…Chris O’Donnell

Dr. Eliza Minnick…Marika Domińczyk

Dr. Shane Ross…Gaius Charles

Dr. Jason Myers…Charles Michael Davis

Dr. Stephanie Edwards…Jerrika Hinton

Dr. Nathan Riggs…Martin Henderson

Dr. Arizona Robbins…Jessica Capshaw

Dr. Derek Shepherd…Patrick Dempsey

Dr. Cristina Yang…Sandra Oh

Dr. Izzie Stevens…Katherine Heigl

Dr. Callie Torres…Sara Ramirez

Dr. Mark Sloan…Eric Dane

Dr. Lexie Grey…Chyler Leigh

Dr. George O’Malley…T.R. Knight

Dr. Preston Burke…Isaiah Washington

Dr. Addison Montgomery-Shepherd…Kate Walsh

Dr. Steve Mostow…Mark Saul

Dr. Megan Nowland…Molly Kidder

Dr. Erica Hahn…Brooke Smith

Dr. Arizona Robbins…Jessica Capshaw

Intern Graciella…Gloria Garayua

Intern Laura…Candice Afia

Intern Leo…Winston Story

Nurse Olivia Harper…Sarah Utterback

Intern Dani…Amrapali Ambegaokar

Denny Duquette…Jeffrey Dean Morgan

Nurse Tyler Christian…Moe Irvin

Intern Pierce…Joseph Williamson

Joe…Steven W. Bailey

Sloan Riley…Leven Rambin

Sadie Harris…Melissa George

Mary Portman…Mandy Moore

Adele Webber…Loretta Devine

Louise O’Malley…Debra Monk

Susan Grey…Mare Winningham

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Steven W. Bailey July 1
Jessica Capshaw August 9
Justin Chambers July 11
Eric Dane November 9
Patrick Dempsey January 3
Katherine Heigl November 24
T.R. Knight March 26
Chyler Leigh April 10
Kevin McKidd August 9
Jeffrey Dean Morgan Arpil 22
Sandra Oh July 20
James Pickens Jr. October 26
Ellen Pompeo November 10
Sara Ramirez August 31
Mark Saul June 20
Brooke Smith May 22
Kate Walsh October 13
Isaiah Washington August 3
Chandra Wilson August 27

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Leverage Actors – Who plays whom?

"Leverage: Redemption" cast

Sophie Devereaux – Gina Bellman
Alec Hardison – Aldis Hodge
Eliot Spencer – Christian Kane
Parker – Beth Riesgraf
Breanna Casey – Aleyse Shannon
Harry Wilson – Noah Wyle

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Nathan Ford – Timothy Hutton
Jim Sterling – Mark Sheppard
Tara Cole – Jeri Ryan
FBI Agent McSweeten – Gerald Downey
Bligh – Lucy Taylor
Detective Captain Bonanno – Robert Blanche
The Italian – Elisabetta Canalis
Jack Latimer – Leon Rippy
Maggie Collins – Kari Matchett
Zachary – Matt Barnett
Colin Mason – Wil Wheaton
Taggert – Rick Overton

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The Flash Cast List

Which actors play your favorite “Flash” characters?

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Current Cast

Barry Allen/The Flash – Grant Gustin
Iris West – Candice Patton
Caitlin Snow/Killer Frost – Danielle Panabaker
Joe West – Jesse L. Martin
Cecile Horton – Danielle Nicolet
Allegra Garcia – Kayla Compton
Chester P. Runk – Brandon McKnight

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Sue Dearborn – Natalie Dreyfuss
Kristen Kramer – Carmen Moore
Captain David Singh – Patrick Sabongui
Henry Allen/Jay Garrick/The Flash (Earth 3) – John Wesley Shipp
Cisco Ramon/Vibe/Reverb – Carlos Valdes
Dr. Harrison Wells, et al. – Tom Cavanagh
Wally West – Keiynan Lonsdale
Julian Albert – Tom Felton
Ralph Dibney/Elongated Man – Hartley Sawyer
Nora Allen/Speed Force – Michelle Harrison
Eddie Thawne – Rick Cosnett
Kamilla Hwang – Victoria Park
Nora West-Allen – Jessica Parker Kennedy
Jesse Wells/Jesse Quick – Violett Beane
Hartley Rathaway/Pied Piper – Andy Mientus
Jay Garrick/Hunter Zolomon/Zoom – Teddy Sears
Patty Spivot – Shantel VanSanten
Ronnie Raymond/Firestorm/Deathstorm – Robbie Amell
Dr. Martin Stein/Firestorm – Victor Garber
Eva McCullogh/Mirror Monarch – Efrat Dor
The Mechanic – Kim Engelbrecht
Clifford DeVoe/The Thinker – Neil Sandilands
Mark Blaine/Chillblaine – Jon Cor
Savitar – Tobin Bell/Andre Tricoteux
Leonard Snart/Captain Cold – Wentworth Miller
Young Barry – Logan Williams
Linda Park/Dr. Light – Melise Jow
Dr. Ramsey Rosso – Sendhil Ramamurthy
Man In The Iron Mask/Jay Garrick – Lucas Wolf
Christina McGee – Amanda Pays
Oliver Queen/Green Arrow – Stephen Amell
General Wade Eiling – Clancy Brown
Felicity Smoak – Emily Bett Rickards
Kendra Saunders/Chay-Ara/Hawkgirl – Ciara Renée
Mason Bridge – Roger Howarth
Eobard Thawne/Reverse Flash – Matt Letscher
Francine West – Vanessa Williams
Mick Rory/Heat Wave – Dominic Purcell
Tony Woodward – Greg Finley
John Diggle – David Ramsey
Henry Hewitt – Demore Barnes
Clarissa Stein – Isabella Hofmann
Lisa Snart/ Golden Glider – Peyton List
Amunet Black – Katee Sackhoff
Esperanza/Ultraviolet – Alexa Barajas
Voice of Ultraviolet – Erika Soto
Dante Ramon/Rupture – Nicholas Gonzalez

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Cecile Horton

Henry Allen

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Savitar (Barry Allen time remnant)

Nora Allen

Eddie Thawne

Captain David Singh

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Jay Garrick/Hunter Zolomon/Zoom

Patty Spivot

Ronnie Raymond/Firestorm

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When is your favorite “Flash” star’s birthday?

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Robbie Amell April 21, 1988
Violett Beane May 18, 1996
Tobin Bell August 7, 1942
Clancy Brown January 5, 1959
Tom Cavanagh October 26, 1963
Kayla Compton February 3, 1990
Rick Cosnett April 6, 1983
Natalie Dreyfuss February 25, 1987
Kim Engelbrecht June 20, 1980
Tom Felton September 22, 1987
Victor Garber March 16, 1949
Nicholas Gonzalez January 3, 1976
Grant Gustin January 14, 1990
Michelle Harrison March 24, 1975
Roger Howarth September 13, 1968
Malese Jow February 18, 1991
Jessica Parker Kennedy October 3, 1984
Matt Letscher June 26, 1970
Peyton List August 8, 1986
Keiynan Lonsdale December 19, 1991
Jesse L. Martin January 18, 1969
Brandon McKnight September 22, 1990
Andy Mientus November 10, 1986
Wentworth Miller June 2, 1972
Danielle Nicolet November 24, 1973
Danielle Panabaker September 19, 1987
Victoria Park April 14, 1988
Candice Patton June 24, 1988
Amanda Pays June 6, 1959
Dominic Purcell February 17, 1970
Sendhil Ramamurthy May 17, 1974
Ciara Renée October 19, 1990
Patrick Sabongui January 9, 1975
Neil Sandilands May 1, 1975
Katee Sackhoff April 8, 1980
Hartley Sawyer January 25, 1985
Teddy Sears April 6, 1977
John Wesley Shipp January 22, 1955
Andre Tricoteux ?
Carlos Valdes April 20, 1989
Shantel VanSanten July 25, 1985
Logan Williams April 9, 2003
Vanessa Williams May 12 1963
Lucas Wolf September 6, 1994

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Seth MacFarlane 10/26/73
Alex Borstein 2/15/73
Seth Green 2/8/74
Mila Kunis 8/14/83
Mike Henry 11/7/65
Patrick Warburton 11/14/64
Arif Zahir 4/15/94
Jennifer Tilly 9/16/58
Phil LaMarr 1/24/67
Gary Cole 9/20/56

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Peter Griffin/Stewie/Brian/Carter Pewterschmidt/Glenn Quagmire/

Tom and Jake Tucker/Dr. Elmer Hartman/Kool-Aid Man/God/Jasper

Seth MacFarlane
Lois Griffin/Tricia Takanawa/Loretta Brown/Barbara Pewterschmidt Alex Borstein
Chris Griffin/Neil Goldman Seth Green
Meg Griffin Mila Kunis
Cleveland Brown Arif Zahir
Joe Swanson Patrick Warburton

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various characters…Mike Henry

Mayor Adam West…Adam West

Jim Kaplan…Danny Smith

TV Announcer…John Viener

Bonnie Swanson…Jennifer Tilly

Mort Goldman…John G. Brennan

Jesus Christ…Alec Sulkin

Diane Simmons…Lori Alan

Ollie Williams…Phil LaMarr

George W. Bush…Chris Cox

Barbara…Rachael MacFarlane

Jerome…Kevin Michael Richardson

Principal Shepherd…Gary Cole

Girl…Alexandra Breckenridge

Opie…Mark Hentemann

James William Bottomtooth III…Chris Sheridan

Customer…Steve Callaghan

Muriel Goldman…Nicole Sullivan

Joyce Kinney…Christine Lakin

Jeremy Miller…Patrick Meighan

Amanda…Tara Strong

Apple…Gary Janetti

Angela…Carrie Fisher

Annaleigh Quagmire…Mae Whitman

Kid…Max Burkholder

Carl…H. Jon Benjamin

Fred Flintstone…Jeff Bergman

Blackjack Dealer…Emily Osment

Baby Susie Swanson (Inner Voice)…Patrick Stewart

Connie D’Amico…Lisa Wilhoit

Rita…Nana Visitor

Ben Franklin Bear…Mike Barker

Kevin Swanson…Scott Grimes

Death…Adam Carolla

Boy…Jonathan Morgan Heit

Meg Griffin (1999-2012)…Lacey Chabert

Various characters…Ralph Garman

Various characters…Fred Tatasciore

Various characters…Wally Wingert

Various characters…Megan Grano

Asian Man…Robert Wu

Amusement Park Manager…Lucas Grabeel

Aziz Ansari…Josh Robert Thompson

Kid…James Burkholder

First Caterpillar…Kirker Butler

Mr. Weed…Carlos Alazraqui

Jillian Russell…Drew Barrymore

Jason Voorhees…Jackson Douglas

James Woods…himself

Ryan Reynolds…himself

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Who played whom

Main Characters

The Doctor – Peter Capaldi (2013- )

Bill – Pearl Mackie (2017- )

The Doctor – Matt Smith (2010-2013)

The Doctor – David Tennant (2005-2009)

The Doctor – Christopher Eccleston (2005)

Jenna Coleman – Clara (2012-2015)

Karen Gillan – Amy Pond (2008-2012)

Rory – Arthur Darvill (2010-2012)

Billie Piper – Rose Tyler (2005-2008)

Martha Jones – Freema Agyeman (2005-2008)

Donna Noble – Catherine Tate (2006-2008)

Recurring Characters

River Song – Alex Kingston (2008-2015)

Captain Jack Harkness – John Barrowman (2005-2010)

The Master – John Simm (2007-2010)

Missy – Michelle Gomez (2014-2015)

Ood Sigma – Paul Kasey

Dalek – Nicholas Briggs

Cyberman – Ruari Mears

Dalek Operator – Barnaby Edwards

Jackie Tyler – Camille Coduri

Mickey Smith – Noel Clarke

Dalek Operator – Nicholas Pegg

Strax – Dan Starkey

Danny – Samuel Anderson

Madame Vastra – Neve McIntosh

Wilfred Mott – Bernard Cribbins

Sylvia Noble – Jacqueline King

Trinity Wells – Lachele Carl

Francine Jones – Adjoa Andoh

Dalek Operator – David Hankinson

Slitheen – Alan Ruscoe

Jenny – Catrin Stewart

Ashildr – Maisie Williams

Pete Tyler – Shaun Dingwall


Main Characters

Captain Jack Harkness – John Barrowman

Gwen Cooper – Eve Myles

Rhys Williams – Kai Owen

Ianto Jones – Gareth David-Lloyd

Owen Harper – Burn Gorman

Toshiko Sato – Naoko Mori

PC Andy Davidson – Tom Price

Weevil – Paul Kasey

Rex Matheson – Mekhi Phifer

Esther Drummond – Alexa Havins

Oswald Danes – Bill Pullman

Jilly Kitzinger – Lauren Ambrose

Mary Cooper – Sharon Morgan

Geraint Cooper – William Thomas

John Frobisher – Peter Capaldi

Past Doctors

John Hurt (2013)

Paul McGann (1996)

Sylvester McCoy (1987–89)

Colin Baker (1984–86)

Peter Davison (1982–84)

Tom Baker (1974–81)

Jon Pertwee (1970–74)

Patrick Troughton (1966–69)

William Hartnell (1963–66)

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