Best known for his roles of Cliff St. Paul on “Ugly Betty” or through his portrayal of geek hero Eli Wallace on “Stargate Universe.” A lifelong actor, David began his career onstage, like most do, as a rat in “The Nutcracker.” Years of stage, film and television experience soon followed. You may have also seen him on everything from “Veronica Mars” to CBS’ “Moonlight” as vampire hacker Logan Griffen. He currently battles the evils of the Aperture Science Corporation. @DavidBlue http://www.David-Blue.com
Talia Tabin has appeared on “Parks and Recreation” (NBC), “House of Lies” (Showtime), “Common Law” (USA), and “Children’s Hospital” (Cartoon Network). Her short film “Would You with Dave Franco” which premiered at South by Southwest, was featured on Funny or Die, and has more than 1.5 million views to date. Talia recently finished a year long run of her one-woman show, “Sorry For My Loss.” She hails from Palo Alto, California, and received a BFA in Acting from Chapman University. She now lives in Los Angeles, studying improv at the UCB theater, and taking care of her new puppy, Toby.
Shortly after breaking into stand-up, John M. Keating was named one of the “best young performers on the Boston comedy scene” by the Boston Globe. John has shared stages with such diverse acts as Dave Chappelle, ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic and music stars Barenaked Ladies. He has also guest starred on The Middle, Anger Management, Criminal Minds and was featured in the recent film Assassins Tale with Anna Silk and Michael Beach. www.johnkeating.biz @jkeats
Zakareth is an actress and filmmaker working and living in Los Angeles. She grew up in Israel and lived in France so she speaks 3 languages. When she is not running after her eight year old boy she is making films. She has produced many shorts and web series and is proud that Concessionaires will be her first feature production. Zaki has appeared in many movies and TV shows including “Criminal Minds”, “Six Feet Under”, “Sniper 3″ and “Wild Things” 2 and 3.
Dave’s credits include a cop named Andy on “Bones”, a cop named Andy on “Big Love”, and a pilot named Andrew on “General Hospital”. Weird, right? He played President FDR in Clint Eastwood’s “J. Edgar”, and got to have lunch with Clint on sushi day (they both had spicy tuna roll). He’s appeared in over 50 commercials, including one with Tiger Woods who was very nice and very tall. Please visit “www.davidacooper.com“, and then call your mom. She worries.