Nick Jonas has been an artist and performer since his childhood days growing up in New Jersey. With roles in Broadway musicals such as Les Miserables; Beauty and the Beast; Annie Get Your Gun, and A Christmas Carol, Nick was first signed as a solo artist after a song he co-wrote with his father found its way to Columbia Records.
His brothers Kevin and Joe, who had co-written a few songs with Nick as well, were brought on to the project, forming the Jonas Brothers. Bursting onto the music scene in August 2007 with their self-titled debut album, their hit single "S.O.S." soared to #1 on iTunes, and the album climbed to the top five of the Billboard charts and was soon certified double platinum.
In addition to his musical accomplishments, Nick is set to star in his first lead acting role in a feature film, Careful What You Wish For. The edgy thriller is directed by Elizabeth Allen, penned by Chris Frisina and Gregg Hurwitz, and also stars Isabel Lucas.
Matt Lauria first made audiences take notice when he portrayed Luke Cafferty, the charismatic Texas football phenom, on the critically acclaimed drama FRIDAY
NIGHT LIGHTS. After FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS, Lauria worked with Shawn Ryan (THE SHIELD) on the drama THE CHICAGO CODE and reunited with FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS' Jason Katims on PARENTHOOD.
Additional television credits include recurring roles on LIPSTICK JUNGLE and CSI, and roles on BURN NOTICE; THE FORGOTTEN; and 30 ROCK, among others. In 2013, Lauria starred in Paul Down Calaizzo's play Really Really at MCC for director David Cromer.
Additional films include Sofia Coppola’s The Virgin Suicides in which he portrayed Kirsten Dunst’s voyeur teen neighbor and attempted savior, Ball In The House with David Strathairn and Jennifer Tilly, the dramatic thriller Meskada, the young Billy Crudup in Barry Levinson’s acclaimed Sleepers, and the comedy Two If By Sea with Sandra Bullock.
Frank Grillo can currently be seen in The Purge: Anarchy opposite Kiele Sanchez. He recently finished production on the thriller Big Sky alongside Kyra Sedgwick and Bella Thorne. Frank will also be seen in the upcoming movies Demonic, alongside Maria Bello and Cody Horn, and Conspiracy on Jekyll Island opposite Anna Sophia Robb and Dianna Agron.
Grillo's most recent film work includes roles in Captain America: The Winter Soldier opposite Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, and Robert Redford; Homefront opposite James Franco and Jason Statham; Zero Dark Thirty, directed by Kathryn Bigelow and written by Mark Boal, as well as the Ruben Fleischer feature Gangster Squad, opposite Sean Penn, Ryan Gosling and Josh Brolin, and in the independent ensemble feature Disconnect opposite Jason Bateman and Alexander Skarsgard which premiered at the Venice and Toronto Film Festivals.
Earlier this year, Grillo was seen opposite Hilary Swank and Brenda Blethyn in HBO Films’ feature Mary and Martha. Grillo's other credits include David Ayer's End of Watch opposite Jake Gyllenhaal, Lay the Favorite opposite Bruce Willis and Vince Vaughn, the independent feature Intersection, produced by Luc Besson, The Grey; Warrior; Edge of Darkness; and Pride and Glory.
Throughout his impressive career, actor Jonathan Tucker has had the good fortune of working with some of today’s most talented filmmakers. He led the cast of director Carter Smith’s thriller The Ruins (which was based upon the best-selling novel), and has since starred in a succession of films including Meskada, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival; and the drama The Next Three Days starring Russell Crowe, which reunited him with Academy Award-winning writer/director Paul Haggis for whom he previously starred in the drama THE BLACK DONNELLYS. It was followed by another collaboration, the Iraq War drama In the Valley of Elah, in which he starred as an AWOL soldier.
Audiences and critics alike first took notice of Tucker when he portrayed Tilda Swinton’s sensitive teenage son in the critically lauded The Deep End from directors Scott McGehee and David Siegel. The thriller depicts a devout mother who instinctively reacts to cover up a death to protect her son from being implicated. Additional films include Sofia Coppola’s The Virgin Suicides in which he portrayed Kirsten Dunst’s voyeur teen neighbor and attempted savior, Ball In The House with David Strathairn and Jennifer Tilly, the dramatic thriller Meskada, the young Billy Crudup in Barry Levinson’s acclaimed Sleepers, and the comedy Two If By Sea with Sandra Bullock.
Kiele Sanchez can currently be seen in The Purge: Anarchy. The follow-up to the highly successful horror film, The Purge, The Purge: Anarchy follows a cast that includes Zach Gilford and Frank Grillo through a night of survival. Sanchez’s past film credits include the psychological thriller A Perfect Getaway; Redemption Road; Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium and Stuck on You. Sanchez last starred in the detective drama THE GLADES. Other television credits include recurring roles on LOST; Samantha Who, and a starring role on RELATED and MARRIED TO THE KELLYS. A Chicago native, Sanchez currently resides in Los Angeles.
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