As 'Scout Havers'
India has recently begun production as Camille, one of the leads in Carlton Cuse’s (Lost) new 10-episode drama The Returned, which will be airing on A&E. She is best known for her work as Sofia Bernette on David Simon’s hit HBO series Treme (2013) opposite Melissa Leo. In addition, India has starred opposite Timothy Hutton and Dana Delaney in Brooks Branch’s independent feature Multiple Sarcasms (2010), and as one of the leads in Magnolia Pictures’ Nobody Walks (2012) opposite Olivia Thirlby. Prior to this, she was seen in another leading role opposite Jason Behr in Steve Clark’s independent feature The Last International Playboy (2008), and portraying Meg Ryan's daughter in the Diane English directed feature The Women (2008) that same year. More recently she finished filming the highly anticipated comedy Sun Belt Express (2014) opposite Tate Donovan and Rachael Harris.
As ' Sam Prescott'
James Frecheville first became known for his breakout performance in Sony Films crime drama Animal Kingdom (2010). He recently finished filming The Drop (2014) directed by Michael Roskamand, and independent film Mall, directed by Joseph Hahn. In addition, James was recently seen in the dramatic feature Adore co-starring with Naomi Watts and Robin Wright, which screened at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, and the teen comedy The First Time (2012) by director Jon Kasdan.
As 'Tallulah "Lulu" Havers'
Onata Aprile was the lead of the Siegel & McGehee film What Maisie Knew (2013), based on the Henry James novel, starring opposite Julianne Moore, Steve Coogan and Alexander Skarsgard. This film premiered at the Toronto Film Festival and was released by Millennium on May 3, 2013.
A native of San Francisco, Glover trained at the Black Actor’s Workshop of the American Conservatory Theatre. It was his Broadway debut in Fugard’s Master Harold… and the Boys that brought him to national recognition and led director Robert Benton to cast him in his first leading role in 1984’s Academy Award-nominated Best Picture, Places in the Heart. The following year Glover starred in two more Best Picture nominated films: Peter Weir’s Witness (1985) and Steven Spielberg’s The Color Purple (1985). Glover has also invested his talents in more personal projects including the award-winning To Sleep With Anger (1990) which he executive produced and for which he won an Independent Spirit Award for Best Actor; Bopha! (1993), Lethal Weapon (1987), Manderlay (2005), Missing in America (2005), Dreamgirls (2006), and the film version of Athol Fugard’s play Boseman and Lena. On the small screen, Glover won an Image Award, a Cable ACE Award and earned an Emmy nomination for his performance in the title role of the HBO Movie Mandela. He has also received Emmy nominations for his work in the acclaimed miniseries Lonesome Dove, the telefilm Freedom Song and as a director he earned a Daytime Emmy nomination for Showtime’s Just a Dream.
Ellen Burstyn’s illustrious acting career encompasses film, stage and television. In 1975 she became only the third woman in history to win both the Tony Award and the Academy Award in the same year, for her work in Bernard Slade’s Same Time, Next Year on Broadway and in Martin Scorsese’s Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore (1974), for which she also received a Golden Globe nomination and a British Academy Award for Best Actress. Ellen has been nominated for an Academy Award five other times for The Last Picture Show (1972), The Exorcist (1974), Same Time, Next Year (1979), Resurrection (1981), and Requiem for a Dream (2000). She recently became a “triple crown winner” when she won her first Emmy for a guest appearance in Law & Order: SVU (2009), to add to her Oscar and Tony.
Best known for her role as Rosalie Hale in the Twilight Saga, Nikki Reed won critical acclaim in her first feature Thirteen (2003) which she starred in and co-wrote. Nikki recently completed Murder of a Cat with Greg Kinnear and Blythe Danner, and the independent comedy Intramural in which she stars opposite Jake Lacy and SNL’s Kate McKinnon and Beck Bennett. Other recent features include Snap opposite Thomas Dekker and Jake Hoffman, which premiered at South by Southwest, In Your Eyes with Zoe Kazan, Pawn (2013) with Ray Liotta and Sean Faris, and Ditto Montiels’ Empire State (2013). Other notable work includes Cherry Crush (2007) and Lords of Dogtown (2005).
As 'Gloria Prescott'
Jane Seymour's credits include the Emmy Award winning performance in Onassis: The Richest Man in the World as Maria Callas, East of Eden for which she was awarded a Golden Globe, the mini-series War and Remembrance and her Golden Globe winning role as “Dr. Quinn” on Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman which ran for six seasons. Additionally Seymour starred in Live and Let Die (1973) and most recently appeared in the Emmy nominated Dancing With The Stars. Her most recent projects include the Sony Classics feature film Austenland (2013), Wedding Crashers (2005), and the television movie Lovestruck for ABC Family. In addition to acting, Jane has written over 10 books including her most recent, Open Hearts Family, along with Among Angels, Open Hearts, Making Yourself At Home, and Remarkable Changes.
Tim Guinee has appeared in over two hundred roles on the stage, in television and films. Some of the more recognized work include characters in Spirit Award Winner Sweet Land (2005), Iron Man 1 and 2, Personal Velocity (2002), Once Around (1991), How To Make An American Quilt (1995), Ladder 49 (2004), and Courage Under Fire (1996). He can currently be seen in the recurring roles of Scott Ryan in Showtime's Homeland, as Andrew Wiley on The Good Wife, and as Collis Huntington on AMC's Hell On Wheels. Guinee was a series regular in Season one of NBC's Revolution produced by JJ Abrahms. Recently, he was featured in the film Promised Land with Matt Damon directed by Gus Van Sant, and was in visionary French director Rachid Bouchareb’s two most recent films Just Like A Woman and Enemy Way. Tim is one of the producers of the upcoming Broadway production of Rear Window, and has just finished directing a short film based on Horton Foote's The One Armed Man.
Shelley Hennig, former Miss Teen USA, got her first big break on NBC’s long-running hit series Days of Our Lives (2011), for which she earned two Daytime Emmy nominations in the Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series category. Subsequently, she landed the leading role on the CW drama, The Secret Circle (2012), starring as "Diana Meade," the head of the coven, opposite Brittany Robertson and Thomas Dekker. Also, that same year, she secured a recurring role on the MTV comedy, Zach Stone Is Gonna Be Famous (2013), opposite comedian and creator Bo Burnham. Since, Hennig has guest starred in the critically acclaimed show Justified (2013). Most recently Henning has become a regular on the MTV series Teen Wolf (2014), and is scheduled to appear on the upcoming TV shows Friend Me and Blue Bloods. In addition, she has wrapped production on feature films Offline and Ouija.