Dan Lauria has appeared as a guest star in over seventy television episodic programs and more than twenty "Movie of the Week" productions, plus a score of motion picture credits. Dan is a very familiar face to the Off-Off, Off and regional theatre scene having performed, written or directed over 50 professional stage productions. In 2010/11 Dan was seen on Broadway as the legendary coach Vince Lombardi in Lombardi, with the beautiful and talented Judith Light playing Marie Lombardi. The production was directed by Thomas Kail of Hamilton fame. He returned to Broadway in the 2013 & the 2014 production of the Tony nominated A Christmas Story: The Musical directed by John Rando. However, Dan is most recognized as the Dad on the highly acclaimed Emmy winning, ABC television show, "The Wonder Years." He was recently seen in the Fox TV show "Pitch" as manager Al Lougo and has just joined the family of "This Is Us" both series written by televisions most talented writer, Dan Fogelman. Dan and dear friend, the lovely and talented Ms Wendie Malick have performed the play The Guys by Anne Nelson, for numerous theatre and firemen organizations around the country. The Guys is a tribute to those brave men and women who died on 9/11. Wendie and Dan now do Love Letters for fund raising events for regional theatres.
Rupak Ginn, raised in Harlem, originated the role of Peter in The Stone Witch for its world premiere at the Berkshire Theatre Festival and is delighted to be reprising it Off-Broadway. Other recent stage work includes Commonwealth Shakespeare Company's Shakespeare at Fenway. On film, he has starred in Khoya, and supporting roles include Friends with Benefits, Just Wright, The Namesake, and 5 Weddings. On television, he recently filmed the pilot episode of TNT's "Highland," played Raj on USA's "Royal Pains" for seven seasons, and has guest starred on "Private Practice," "Unforgettable," and "Person of Interest." Rupak holds an undergraduate degree from Harvard University and an MBA from Columbia University. He is also a board member of the Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles (IFFLA).
Carolyn McCormick, Broadway: Equus, Private Lives, The Dinner Party. Off-Broadway: What I Did Last Summer, The Open House (Drama Desk Award, Lucille Lortel nomination), Family Furniture, Black Tie, Ten Chimneys, Celebration, Privilege, Biography, Eve-Olution, Dinner With Friends, Ancestral Voices. Regional: Vanya And Sonia And Masha And Spike (Paper Mill), Saint Joan (Denver), The Father (Geffen), Uncle Vanya (Old Globe), Present Laughter (Williamstown), Much Ado About Nothing (Seattle). Television: series regular on "Spenser For Hire," "Cracker," Dr. Olivet on "Law & Order" & guest star on "Billions," "The Blacklist," "Elementary," Madame Secretary," "Blue Bloods," "Body of Proof," "Cold Case," "Judging Amy," "The Practice," "Homicide," "Star Trek." Film: Mapplerthorpe, The Post, You Know My Name, Loverboy, A Simple Twist of Fate, Enemy Mine, Whatever Works, Downtown Express. The voice behind The Hunger Games audio-books and myriad Ken Burns documentaries. Education: Williams College-BFA, American Conservatory Theatre-MFA.