Michael Urie

Michael Urie currently plays the role of Marc on the hit ABC show Ugly Betty and will soon be heard as Liberace the pug in South of the Border for Disney. Michael recently made his LA theatre debut in Dickie and Babe at The Blank Theatre. Prior theatre credits: Horatio in Daniel Sullivan's production of Hamlet at South Coast Rep, shows at The Old Globe Theatre, Seattle Rep, The Folger, Barrington Stage, and Austin's Hyde Park Theatre. NY credits include Love's Labor's with Judith Shakes, Phenomenon at Here, Revenger's Tragedy with Red Bull, The Roaring Girl with The Foundry, Another Vameer at HB playwrights. He appeared in WTC View during the 2003 Fringe Festival, and later in the film. He's a 2003 graduate of The Juilliard School.

Jennifer Leigh Warren

Jennifer Leigh Warren has been lauded as an "oiginal" for her theatrical work, from her show-stopping performance as the slave "Alice's Daughter" in the original Broadway cast of Big River (singing a song written for her by Roger Miller), to originating the role of Crystal in the Alan Menken/Howard Ashman Off Broadway smash Little Shop of Horrors, to her performance in the original Broadway cast of Michael John LaChiusa's Marie Christine at Lincoln Center. Jennifer was featured on the Grammy Award-nominated original cast albums of all three of these shows. For her performance in the west coast premiere of Michael John LaChiusa's Hello Again, Jennifer won the Ovation Award and the Backstage West Garland Award. She also received an Ovation Award nomination for her portrayals of both Paula Jones and Betty Currie in Starr Struck. She had the privilege of working with Sir Peter Hall performing A Midsummer’s Night Dream and Measure For Measure in repertory at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles. In the Reprise! Production of Kismet opposite Len Cariou and Jason Graae. Also for Reprise! Warren starred as Cleo in The Most Happy Fellow, and stopped the show as Shelia in Hair. She garnered rave reviews in The Education Of Randy Newman at South Coast Repertory and starred as the original title character in Abyssinia (based on the novel Marked By Fire by Joyce Carol Thomas). Abyssinia broke all box office records at the Cleveland Playhouse, Massachusetts's North Shore Music and Connecticut's Goodspeed Opera House.

Rema Webb

Broadway: Lion King

Ruth Williamson

RUTH WILLIAMSON Broadway: La Cage Aux Folles (2004 revival), Music Man (Outer Critics Circle Nomination), Epic Proportions, Little Me, Guys & Dolls, Smile, Musical Comedy Murders Of 1940, Annie. Off-Broadway: MTC’s The Green Heart (Drama Desk Nomination), MCC’s The English Teachers, Queen Amarantha, The Good Times Are Killing Me, The Leonard Bernstein Revue, DuBarry Was A Lady (Encores!). Regional: White Christmas (Pantages Theatre), Music Man (Hollywood Bowl), Strike Up The Band and Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (both for L.A.’s REPRISE! series), Mame (as Mame at Sacramento Music Theatre and as Vera at Musical Theatre West), No Way To Treat A Lady (Coconut Grove, Carbonell Nomination), You Should Be So Lucky (Wilma Theatre, Barrymore Nomination), Merrily We Roll Along (Arena Stage), Candide (Huntington Theatre), several seasons at The MUNY among others. Film: Evan Almighty, The Producers, Legally Blonde II , Easy Six, Family Man, Malcolm X, Foreign Student, Psycho Beach Party, Double Parked, Italian Movie, Die Mommie, Die (singing voice of Charles Busch). TV: Medium, The O.C., The Practice, Kingpin, ER, What I Like About You, Star Trek: Enterprise, Law & Order, Wonderland, Chestnut Hill (NBC Pilot), What News (TBS Pilot), Hannah Montana, Comedy Central’s American Body Shop and the recurring role of Mrs. Grubman on Nip/Tuck.

John Lloyd Young

Tony-winner JOHN LLOYD YOUNG created the role of Frankie Valli in the original Broadway cast of Jersey Boys. For his Broadway debut in Jersey Boys, Young won the Lead Actor Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle, and Theatre World Awards. Young has performed at Carnegie Hall, the White House, New Year’s Eve in Times Square, the New York City Marathon, Yankee Stadium, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, McCarter Theatre Center, Kennedy Center, and New York’s Town Hall. Festival film credits include The Belligerents. On television, he has been on NBC’s Law & Order and has made appearances on CBS-TV’s Late Show with David Letterman, ABC’s Live with Regis and Kelly, A&E’s Breakfast with the Arts, Entertainment Tonight, Celebrity Jeopardy, and three times on NBC’s Today Show. He is a co-chair for the Actors Fund of America National Advisory Board and a graduate of Brown University. Please visit www.johnlloydyoung.com.

Matt Zarley

Matt Zarley began his career at 12 years old, dancing with Tony The Tiger in a Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes commercial. He hasn’t looked back since. He made his Broadway debut, while still a teen, in A Chorus Line. He’s also been featured in Cats, Chicago, Kiss of the Spider Woman, and played the title roles in both Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and The Who's Tommy....all on the Great White Way. In addition to several television appearances, he has worked with numerous recording artists; such as Brandy, Usher, Chaka Khan, Gladys Knight, Reba McEntire, Vanessa Williams, Peabo Bryson, Melissa Manchester, Billy Porter, and Sheena Easton, among others. His labor o! f love and first solo album, Debut, was released thru Universal distribution in 2002 to critical acclaim. It’s lead single, “You Always Want (what u ain’t got)” was a Billboard club hit. The second single, “Say Goodbye” was featured on the all-star HRC benefit cd, “Being Out Rocks” alongside such artists as Sarah McLachlan and Rufus Wainwright, to name just a few. Matt is also an internationally published songwriter. He has also had the distinction of being named one of Hollywood’s hottest bachelors in People Magazine’s annual Bachelor issue.