(Partial List)


Mindy Cohn

Mindy Cohn
Harley Wolf

Mindy Cohn made her acting debut as the witty, outspoken Eastland Academy student Natalie Green in the hit comedy series The Facts of Life.  She was discovered while attending Westlake School for Girls in Bel Air, California, when actress Charlotte Rae and producer Norman Lear came to the school to authenticate scripts for their new show.  Ms. Rae was so taken with the vivacious eighth grader she convinced producers to create a role for her.  Ms. Cohn remained on the show for nine years, then traveled to Paris and Australia with her co-stars to produce two successful television movies based on the series.

Concurrently, with her role in Facts, Ms. Cohn played Rose Jenko in Fox’s 21 Jump Street.  Other notable television appearances included Diff’rent Strokes, Double Trouble, Charles in Charge, Dream On and Suddenly Susan.

In 1983, Ms. Cohn appeared in her first professional stage performance in Table Settings, written and directed by James Lapine and filmed for HBO Television.  The illustrious cast included Eileen Heckart, Stockard Channing, Robert Klein, Peter Riegart, and Dinah Manoff.

She went on to make her feature film debut in The Boy Who Could Fly, which co-starred Colleen Dewhurst, Fred Gwynne and Fred Savage. Ms. Cohn took a hiatus from her career to attend university, where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Cultural Anthropology.  During this time, she studied improvisation and scene work with Gary Austin, Harry Mastergeorge, and Larry Moss.

In 1993, Ms. Cohn received a Dramalogue Award for her performance in a production of Catholic School Girls at the Globe Playhouse in Los Angeles.  The following year, she returned to television as Mo Tucker in the NBC series, The Second Half, starring John Mendozza, Wayne Knight and Jessica Lundy.  In 1995, Ms. Cohn and Alan Thicke co-hosted the radio show Talkzone, which gave teens a venue to discuss pertinent issues with their parents.

Ms. Cohn starred on the WB sitcom The Help alongside Antonio Sabato, Jr. and Tori Spelling.  She also starred in the pilot Virtually Casey for the Disney Channel and continues to be the voice of  Velma in the animated series What’s New, Scooby Doo? for which she was nominated for a Daytime Emmy award.  While continuing to have a successful voice over career, she has starred feature films Under the Gun, Alone with a Stranger, Swing, I Heart Huckabees, the independent feature, Third Wish working alongside Armand Assante, Betty White and Sean Maguire and the Daniel Waters feature Sex & Death 101 opposite Simon Baker and Winona Ryder. She can next be seen as the star of  Violet Tendencies to be released this spring. Just back from Canada where she starred as Florence Jenkins in the Peter Quilter play Glorious!, Ms. Cohn currently resides in Los Angeles where she is working towards a Masters Degree.

Morgan Fairchild
Kitty Kilcullen

A native of Dallas, Morgan began acting when her mother enrolled her in drama lessons after she was too shy to give a book report in class.  From the age of 10, she performed in children's and dinner theatre and stock productions in Dallas.  This vigorous preparation readied her for the key role of the paranoid murderess, Jennifer Pace Phillip on Search for Tomorrow.  Following that , Morgan  had a recurring role on Mork & Mindy, and then originated the role of Jenna Wade on Dallas. Soon after, she appeared on such series as Barnaby Jones, Happy Days, The Bob Newhart Show, A Man Called Sloane, Police Woman, Switch, Kojak, Perry Mason, Burke's Law, Murder, She Wrote, Lois & Clark, Empty Nest, Diagnosis Murder, Roseanne, Friends, and Cybill. 

Morgan also starred in the contemporary film noir mystery Writers Block for USA Network.  Morgan starred in Star Command with Chad Everett as well as Dead Man's Island with William Shatner, Barbara Eden, Roddy McDowell and Christopher Atkins. 

Additionally, Morgan co-starred with Natalie Wood in The Memory of Eva Ryker for CBS and also appeared in other TV movies including The Initiation of Sarah with Shelly Winters, Music in Music City, Concrete Cowboy with Tom Selleck, and the primetime mini-series "The Dream Merchants" with Mark Harmon.  In the latter, she won terrific notices for her portrayal of the tragic actress, Dulcie Warren.  She also appeared in the David Wolper mini-series, North & South with Patrick Swayze and Elizabeth Taylor.

Morgan starred in the feature film The Red-Headed Stranger opposite Willie Nelson, based on his concept album of the same name.  She then starred in the Paramount feature Campus Man in which she played a magazine publisher.  She also starred as the Queen in Sleeping Beauty, part of the Cannon Films fairy tale series.  She then starred in Deadly Illusions, another feature opposite Ben Masters in the CBS movie, Street of Dreams, a film noir detective story, as well as Midnight Cop, a motion picture shot in Berlin with Michael York and Armin Mueller-Stahl.  

Morgan's career reached new heights with her co-starring role in Gospa, which was shot on location in war torn Bosnia.  Morgan played Sister Fabiana, opposite Martin Sheen.  Gospa was executive produced by Academy Award winner Barry Morrow.  The film was released worldwide in 1995.

Morgan has authored a beauty book, Super Looks (Simon and Schuster), a complete guide that includes make-up, hair, exercises and diet tips.  Morgan's public service efforts have included leading pro-choice marches and rallies, and participating in events to save the California deserts (including an appearance before the U.S. Senate).  She is a frequent speaker on environmental issues, and helped found the Environmental Communications Office, which encourages entertainment industry professionals to become better educated and more active on environmental issues.

Terri Garber
Ilyana Samuels

Terri’s acting debut was in 1982, when she played Allison Linden on the soap opera Texas. Her screen breakthrough was in the 1984 action film Toy Soldiers.  Following that, Garber landed the role of Ashton Main in North and South, a miniseries based on the John Jakes novel, and starring Patrick Swayze, James Read, David Carradine, Jean Simmons, and Lesley-Anne Down.  The series was very successful, and Garber continued to play Ashton when the other Jakes novels (Love and War, Heaven and Hell) were brought to television.  From 1987 through  ‘88,
Garber played Leslie Carrington on the hit primetime soap Dynasty by Aaron Spelling.

Terri Garber

After Dynasty she landed roles in other soap operas (Santa Barbara, General Hospital), and has played many guest and recurring roles on such shows as Murder She Wrote, Quantum Leap, My Two Dads, Seventh Heaven, Law and Order, E.R., Cold Case and Judging Amy.Her most recent roles include the recurring role of Iris Dumbrowski on As The World Turns (2005-10) and the films Adam and Eve and Perhaps Tomorrow. Terri is also the mother of Molly Hager, a graduate of NYU Tisch school for musical theatre, and can be currently seen in the Ryan Fleck film, It’s Kind of a Funny Story.

Gordon Thomson

Gordon Thomson
Malcolm Steadwell

Gordon Thomson is a Canadian actor known for playing the villainous Adam Carrington on Dynasty and The Colbys.  Thomson has also had roles on Santa Barbara, The Young and the Restless, and Days of Our Lives.

He has also guest-starred in series such as Fantasy Island, Finder of Lost Loves, Glitter, The Love Boat, Beverly Hills, 90210, Sunset Beach, Murder She Wrote, Spider-Man, The Nanny, and Silk Stalkings.

In recent years, Thomson has reunited with his Dynasty co-stars in two non-fiction television specials; After Dynasty in 2002, and Dynasty Reunion: Catfights and Caviar in 2006.

Also in 2006, Thomson had roles in Poseidon, and the Academy Award nominated Little Miss Sunshine.


John James
Captain Conklin

John James

John James is best known for playing Jeff Colby in Dynasty and The Colbys throughout the 1980s.

A veteran of daytime soaps, having appeared in Search for Tomorrow in the late 1970s, James returned to the genre playing Rick Decker on As the World Turns in 2003–2004. In May 2006, he was cast in the role of Dr. Jeff  Martin on the ABC daytime soap opera All My Children. He began airing the following month. On July 15, 2008, James returned to As the World Turns, reprising the role of demented Dr. Rick Decker

James is the son of radio broadcaster Herb Oscar Anderson. He has been married since 1989 to former Miss Australia entrant (1978) Denise Coward and they have two children. They currently live in Cambridge, New York.

Jesse Archer

Jesse Archer
Marco Marian

Jesse Archer grew up in the beaver state of Oregon, which inspired him to get around. He has since lived and worked in Los Angeles, Paris, Buenos Aires, Capetown, and New York City.

Since graduating from the University of Southern California with a bachelor’s degree in Theatre, Jesse traveled the world before landing in New York City. He appeared in the Off-Broadway hit Birdy’s Bachelorette Party and on film in Boy Culture. Jesse also stars in the gay romantic comedy favorites Slutty Summer and A Four Letter Word (which he co-wrote with director Casper Andreas).

Jesse also writes freelance, including a monthly column for Out magazine. His first book will really make you appreciate flush toilets. You Can Run is based on the intrepid two years Jesse spent sparkling through South America, and was published by Haworth Press in 2007.

Violet Tendencies, from Embrem Entertainment, written by and starring Jesse Archer, opens in New York and Los Angeles in November 2010.


Coati Mundi
Arturo Sanchez

Coati Mundi

Coati Mundi aka Sugarcoated Andy Hernandez has earned Gold and Platinum records and has been nominated for a Grammy Award.  He has worked with Ruben Blades, Deborah Gibson, Salma Hayek, Nona Hendryx, Chrissie Hynde, Wyclef Jean, Grace Jones, Madonna, Buster Poindexter, Tito Puente, Vernon Reid, Sly & Robbie, The Root, among others. Coati was a founding member of the Grammy nominated group Dr. Buzzard’s Original Savannah Band best known for their top selling song “Cherchez Le Femme.”  As a founding member of Kid Creole & The Coconuts, he composed the international hit, “Que Pasa/Me No Pop I.”

Actor appearances include The Wanda Sykes Show, Miami Vice, One Last Thing, He Got Game, Mo Better Blues and  Who’s That Girl.  His music has been used in various films including We Own The Night, Serving Sara, Definitely Maybe, Gloria and Who’s That Girl.

Miss Coco Peru

Storyteller/monologist Miss Coco Peru aka Clinton Leupp grew up in the Bronx and got his/her start as a downtown favorite in the cabaret world after he wrote, produced, directed, and starred in Miss Coco Peru in My Goddamn Cabaret. On screen, Miss Coco is known for her roles in Jim Fall's Fineline feature, Trick (Sundance 1999) and Richard Day's IFC comedy, Girls Will Be Girls.  For this film Coco shared Best Actress with co-stars Jeffery Roberson and Jack Plotnick at the HBO Comedy Arts Festival, as well as Best Actor at Outfest. Other film appearances include To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar, Nick and Jane, and Straight-Jacket. Additionally, Coco can be heard in the Disney animated feature, The Wild as Mamma Hippo.  Coco has appeared on TV in Arrested Development, Twins, Will and Grace, New York Undercover, Showtime's Rude Awakening, and in an Orbitz commercial that was nominated for a 2005 GLAAD Media Award. More recently, Coco appeared in follow-up Girls Will Be Girls short films, recreating her role from that cult film.


Lady Bunny

Lady Bunny

Bunny is a successful comedienne, singer/songwriter, actress and most famously, the founder of Wigstock, the festival of drag and music that has delighted New Yorkers every Labor day since 1984.

In addition to ruling the roost on RuPaul’s Drag U, Lady Bunny  tours regularly, bringing down the house from Tampa to Tel Aviv with her mix of  Southern charm, Laugh-In-style jokes and hilarious song parodies.

She’s made the leap to television and the movies with  roles on HBO’s Sex and the City, Britney Spears’ MTV special In The Zone and Up All Night, and as a roaster on The Comedy Central Roast of Pamela Anderson. Bunny has also appeared in the features Dragtime, Party Girl, To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar, and will soon appear in RuPaul’s “Starrbooty.”

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