Cast & Crew Past & Present
Charles Matthew Hunnam was born in Newcastle, England on April 10, 1980.
With his irresistible charm and versatility, Charlie Hunnam has captured the attention of audiences and critics in both the United Kingdom and Hollywood.
Hunnam most recently appeared with Elijah Wood in the independent film Green Street Hooligans about the violent world of soccer hooliganism. He then starred opposite Clive Owen in Alfonso Curaon’s apocalyptic drama Children of Men.
Hunnam made his big screen debut in the Paramount thriller Abandon and continued to gain attention for his performance in the title role of the big screen adaptation of Charles Dickens’ novel Nicholas Nickelby, which received a Golden Globe® nomination for Best Picture.
He next appeared as ‘Bosie’ in the Miramax feature Cold Mountain for director Anthony Minghella based on the best selling novel by Charles Frazier.
On the small screen, Hunnam received audience and critical acclaim for his role in the hit British drama, Queer as Folk. In this show about two gay friends, Hunnam played the role of ‘Nathan,’ a 15-year-old on the lookout for older men. Hunnam also played the same role in the follow-up television mini-series, Queer As Folk 2. He also starred in the critically acclaimed FOX series Undeclared for Judd Apatow, playing the suave theatre major from Britain who enlightened his roommate to women.
Other feature credits include Peter Hewitt’s Whatever Happened to Harold Smith? for USA Films.
In addition to his acting talents, Hunnam recently completed his first screenplay entitled VLAD. This project is currently set up at Summit Entertainment with Eric Feig and Plan B producing.
Catherine Louise Sagal was born in Hollywood, California on January 19, 1954. A versatile actress, Katey Sagal has entertained audiences in a variety of dramatic and comedic roles throughout her career. She recently wrapped her parts in the independent film I’m Reed Fish and the tele-film 3 Wise Guys, and appeared as ‘Helen’ on the television phenomenon Lost and ‘Nancy Gilroy’ on The Shield. In addition to her busy schedule, Sagal devoted a significant portion of her time and retraced her steps to her first love: singing and song writing. With the support of record label Valley Entertainment, she released her album, “Room,” in 2004. “Room” is the first record for Sagal since her 1994 debut, “Well.” ” Room” is a combination of original songs penned by Katey including “Life Goes Round,” “Daddy’s Girl” and “Wish I Were a Kid” and memorable classics like “Feel a Whole Lot Better” and “(For the Love of) Money.” The first single was “Daddy’s Girl,” a touching song about the long-lasting relationship between a daughter and her father. She debuted the song on the March 2, 2004 episode of 8 Simple Rules. “Room” was produced by Bob Thiele (Bonnie Raitt) and mixed by Ray Kennedy (Twangtrust/Steve Earle). Ivan Neville, Don Was and Shane Fontayne make appearances throughout the disc. Sagal gained national attention for her role as the outrageous ‘Peg Bundy’ in the ground-breaking, highly-rated long-running series Married with Children, for which she earned three Golden Globe® and two American Comedy Award nominations. Most recently, Sagal starred in the ABC series 8 Simple Rules?, and as the voice of “Leela,” a beautiful one-eyed alien, in the animated series Futurama. In her first job on television, Sagal joined Mary Tyler Moore in the television series Mary and has starred in the television movies Smart House and Mr. Headmistress (both for “Wonderful World of Disney”), as well as Chance of a Lifetime, Trail of Tears and She Says She’s Innocent. She has also starred in the feature films Love Stinks, Mail Order, The Good Mother and the 2000 Sundance Film Festival favorite Dropping Out. In addition to her acting, Sagal is a critically acclaimed singer and songwriter who began performing at the age of five. She was a ‘Harlette’ with Bette Midler for three years as well as a background singer for Bob Dylan, Olivia Newton- John, Etta James and Tanya Tucker.
Sagal currently resides in Los Angeles, California with her fabulous husband, Kurt Sutter, who counts creator of Sons of Anarchy executive producer and writer of The Shield among his many credits, her three amazing children, Sarah, Jackson and Esmè , and two great dogs, Mike and the lovely Lola.
Mark Boone Junior [Robert 'Bobby' Munson]
Mark Boone Jr. was born in Cincinnati, Ohio on March 17, 1955. Mark Boone, Jr. has had a successful acting career spanning two decades, appearing in many films across all genres. Boone has appeared in blockbuster hits such as Batman Begins, Armageddon, 2 Fast 2 Furious, Get Carter and Die Hard II. His additional film credits include Memento with Guy Pierce, The Generals Daughter, The Thin Red Line, The Game, Seven with Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman and Of Mice and Men with John Malkovich and Gary Sinise. Boone most recently completed work on the film Happiness Runs. In addition to his numerous film credits, Boone has also starred in a myriad of television roles in hit shows such as Law & Order, Seinfeld, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Carnivàle, In the Heat of the Night and The Wonder Years.
Maggie Siff was born in Bronx, New York on June 21, 1974.Maggie was a series regular on the first season of Mad Men, which won the 2008 Golden Globe® award for best drama. She also appeared last year on Nip/Tuck, Grey’s Anatomy and Law & Order.
Last fall, Siff shot her first major film role: Paul McGuigan’s PUSH with Djimon Hounsou.
Off Broadway, Maggie has appeared in Richard Nelson’s Frank’s Home (Playwrights Horizons) and Ruby Sunrise (New York Shakespeare Festival). Siff received a Jefferson Award nomination for her performance in Dollhouse at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago. Siff has also worked frequently in Philadelphia, where she won the Barrymore Award for Ghosts.
Siff graduated with an M.F.A. from NYU’s Tisch School and B.A. from Bryn Mawr.
Ron Perlman [Clarence 'Clay' Morrow]
Ronald Francis Perlman was born in New York City, New York on April 13, 1950. Ron Perlman’s (Hellboy) creative collaboration with Guillermo del Toro began with the director’s first film, Cronos, in 1993. The actor and director reunited nine years later for Blade 2. In 2004, Del Toro achieved a long-standing goal and cast Perlman as the title character in Hellboy.
The award-winning actor has built an intriguing body of work in film, television and theater over nearly three decades. With a Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of Minnesota, he began his professional stage career in his native New York, delving into the works of contemporaries like Pinter and Beckett as well as the classics of Shakespeare, Marlowe, Ibsen and Checkov. He made two recent trips back to Broadway in A Few Good Men and Bus Stop.
His film career began in 1981 with a lead role in French director Jean-Jacques Annaud’s award-winning Quest for Fire. Perlman received a nomination for Canada’s Genie Award for his portrayal of the caveman ‘Amoukar.’ Five years later, Annaud cast him in the role of the hunchback ‘Salvatore’ in the screen adaptation of Umberto Eco’s The Name of the Rose.
Perlman’s work with French directors continued with a starring role in Jean Pierre Juenet and Marc Caro’s award winning City of Lost Children, which was nominated for the Palm D’Or at Cannes in 1995 and for Best Foreign Film at the Independent Spirit Awards, along with a return collaboration with Annaud in Enemy At The Gates opposite Jude Law and Rachel Weiss. Jeunet also cast him as ‘Johner,’ opposite Sigourney Weaver and Winona Ryder, in his 1997 Alien Resurrection.
Other film work includes roles in studio ventures such as The Island of Dr. Moreau, Romeo is Bleeding, Fluke, The Adventures of Huck Finn, Sleepwalkers, Happy Texas and Star Trek Nemesis. His independent film credits include The Last Supper, and the Oscar®-winning short, Two Soldiers.
Perlman’s three-year run on the critically acclaimed television series Beauty and the Beast brought him a Golden Globe® Award for Best Actor along with two Emmy® nominations and three Viewers For Quality Television Awards. Other television work includes HBO’s The Second Civil War, Mr. Stitch, The Adventures of Captain Zoom, the Rob Nilsson adaptation of the Rod Serling classic A Town Has Turned to Dust and The Magnificent Seven.
His most recent film and television credits include Stephen King’s mini-series Desperation; Larry Fessenden’s critically acclaimed indie, The Last Winter, and the still to be released The Mutant Chronicles, opposite Thomas Jane and John Malkovich; I Sell the Dead, opposite Dominic Monaghan; Outlander, opposite Jim Caviezel and John Hurt; Dark Country, which will mark Thomas Jane’s directorial debut; and Bunraku opposite Demi Moore, Josh Harnett and Woody Harelson.
A remarkably versatile actor Born June 19 1976 , with marked skills behind the camera, Ryan D. Hurst is best known for his breakout performance starring opposite Denzel Washington in Disney’s mega-hit Remember the Titans, for which he also directed the film’s second unit footage. Additional
high-profile feature film roles include Steven Spielberg’s Saving Private Ryan, the Coen Brothers’ The Ladykillers with Tom Hanks, We Were Soldiers with Mel Gibson, Patch Adams with Robin Williams and Rules of Engagement with Samuel L. Jackson. Recent independent film work includes starring in Noble Things with Michael Parks, and Chasing the Green alongside Jeremy London. Hurst’s 15 years of steady, wide raging television credits include Steven Spielberg’s Taken (mini-series, 10 episodes), TNT’s action packed cop drama Wanted Emmy® award winning Medium (three seasons, reoccurring).
Among his professional theater credits, Hurst’s starring role in The Last Night of Ballyhoo with Rhea Pearlman and Rebecca Gayheart earned him the “Best Performance in a Comedy” award from Backstage West. The Viking Underground Repertory, Hurst’s Equity Theater Production Company, debuted to rave reviews in 2004 with its newly adapted production of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, in which Hurst starred, directed and produced. Currently, the Viking Underground is in residence at the newly renovated, 1300 seat Barnum Hall Theater and consistently produces award-winning classical theater and original works.
In 2005, following production of Kesey, a 35mm short film, which he produced, directed, wrote, and edited, Hurst founded Fast Shoes Productions, with his wife Molly Cookson. Heading a fulltime staff comprised of acquisitions, development, legal, multi-media, and production departments, Hurst and Cookson stockpiled a meticulously select slate of internationally marketable intellectual properties. With projects encompassing feature films diverse in profitable genres, sitcoms, half hour one camera comedies, one hour dramas, reality TV shows and a musical miniseries Fast Shoes is strategically pursuing Hollywood’s most allusive “Brass Ring”: The Mini-Major Studio.
Hurst makes his feature length directorial debut with the film adaptation of Noah Levine’s best-selling memoir, Dharma Punx in 2009.
Ryan is Married to Molly Cookson…
Kim Coates was born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada in 1959. Canadian born actor Kim Coates has the distinction of successfully entering the film and television industry in Canada, and also crossing the border and expanding his ever growing repertoire into noted feature films which have been given international acclaim and great critical reviews.
With over 40 films to his credit, including Grilled opposite Ray Romano, Silent Hill opposite Sean Bean, The Island directed by Michael Bay, Hostage with Bruce Willis, Assault on Precinct 13 opposite Ethan Hawke, Open Range starring and directed by Kevin Costner with Robert Duvall and Annette Bening, Hollywood North with Matthew Modine and Alan Bates, and Academy Award® winners Black Hawk Down directed by Ridley Scott and Pearl Harbor directed by Michael Bay, this actor has managed to transcend the barriers between stage, television and film.
His talents have been well utilized on Broadway in his portrayal of ‘Stanley Kowalski’ in A Streetcar Named Desire, and in the title role in Macbeth at the legendary Stratford Theatre.
Coates will be seen this fall on Entourage. Other prominent guest starring television roles include CSI, CSI: NY and Cold Case. Coates presently has recurring roles on CSI: Miami and Prison Break. He had roles in more than 20 MOW’S including the NBC miniseries Hercules, Friend of the Family and Disney’s Scream Team with Eric Idle. These dramatic turns on television have garnered him Gemini nominations for Best Actor in a Featured Supporting Role for Dead Silence and Best Performance in a Guest Role Dramatic Series for The Outer Limits.
Kim has seven significant films opening in 2008/ 2009 the children’s movie Robosapien; Hero Wanted opposite Cuba Gooding Jr.; Alien Agent opposite Billy Zane; Blood The Butchers Tale; King of Sorrow; 45 RPM which will be premiering at the 2008 Toronto Film Festival and The Poet, on which he also served as an executive producer and won Best Picture and Best Director (Damian Lee) at the New York Staten Island Film Festival.
Coates has continually proven himself to be a leading force in the world of acting and his versatile volume of work speaks for itself. His strong acting ethic has brought him critical acclaim.
He currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife Diana and their children, Kyla and Brenna.
John Theodore Rossi was born in Staten Island, New York on June 4, year unknown.Theo Rossi studied acting at The Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute in New York where he appeared in several theatre productions including Sexual Perversity in Chicago, The Duck Variations, The Sandbox and Boy’s Life. Since coming to Los Angeles, Rossi has showcased his acting versatility starring in a multitude of hit television shows such as Grey’s Anatomy, Las Vegas, Shark, Jericho, Bones, Lost, Without a Trace, Veronica Mars, American Dreams and NYPD Blue. His film credits include House of the Dead 2: Dead Aim, Codebreakers, Last Resort, Cloverfield and most recently Stonehouse and The Informers.
David Labrava started his Hollywood career as a camera operator for the Zalman King Company (Red Shoe Diaries, 9 1/2 weeks, In God’s Hands), where he learned script writing. He starred in the series Whiplash ZK as the host. He did an independent project entitled FTW for Picture Perfect Productions, and starred in Fencewalker, the new film from Chris Carter (The X-Files).
David has been riding motorcycles for 30 years, and was hired to be the Technical Advisor for Sons of Anarchy. David was then cast as “Happy,” and has been with the show since its inception.
David developed a show he created with FX this past year, and has been editing a documentary he filmed about one of the larger MC’s. He writes a column in a national Hot Rod Magazine called ‘Ol Skool Rodz, called “Burnin’ Rubber with Jimmy Carbone.” Before that he used to write for the Horse Motorcycle magazine, and has built a bike that made the cover (issue #13 March 2001). He is a five diploma Harley Davidson Mechanic, graduating from the Motorcycle Mechanics Institute, certified by Harley Davidson.
David is an accomplished glass artist with his own shop. He also owns a tattoo shop in Northern California called Evil Ink Tattoo in the Bay Area. When he is not filming, he is tattooing there. David still builds Hot Rod cars and bikes for fun, not profit, and rides his motorcycle daily.
Dayton Callie was born in Dumbarton, Dunbartonshire, Scotland, UK in 1956. Most recently known for his role as Chief Wayne Unser in the awesome Sons of Anarchy, Dayton is also known for his role as ‘Charlie Utter’ on HBO’s Deadwood, veteran actor Dayton Callie has amassed a wealth of film, television and stage credits during his career spanning two decades. He has preformed Off-Broadway in such productions as Geography of a Horse Dreamer, Shepsel & The Barracuda, The Weekend and The Plumber. His additional television credits include K-Ville, John from Cincinnati, The Closer, CSI, Judging Amy, NYPD Blue and Seinfeld. Callie’s feature film credits include New Orleans Mon Amour, Final Season, Undisputed, Derailed, Volcano and The Last Days of Frankie the Fly.
Tommy Flanagan was born in Glasgow, Scotland on July 3, 1965. Tommy Flanagan, a native of Glasgow, Scotland showcased his talent in the Rain Dog Theatre for three years. His stage credits include Macbeth, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest and Wasted I & II. His stint on the stage ended when he was cast in the multi-Oscar® winning film Braveheart with Mel Gibson. He went on to star in Ridley Scott’s Oscar-winning film Gladiator with Russell Crowe and a series of other films including Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle, Alien vs. Predator, Sin City and Smokin’ Aces. Flanagan recently completed the film Hero Wanted with Cuba Gooding, Jr. and Ray Liotta. His television credits include FOX’s hit drama 24, Attila the Hun, Black and Blue and The Hawk.
Johnny Lewis [Kip 'Half Sack' Epps]
Jonathan Kendrick Lewis was born in Los Angeles, California on October 29, 1983. Johnny Lewis was born and raised in Los Angeles, California where he attended a small performing arts school founded by his mother- a long time educator- in 1993. He is the middle of three children. Johnny began acting at the age of 16 with various film and television credits including American Dreams and The O.C.
Johnny previously wrapped Felon opposite Val Kilmer and Steven Dorff. Recent credits include Warner Bros.’ One Missed Call, FOX’s Alien vs. Predator 2, Pretty Persuasion opposite Evan Rachel Wood and Palo Alto opposite Tom Arnold and Autumn Reeser.
Taylor Sheridan [Deputy Chief David Hale]
Noted for his intensity in the characters he portrays, Tayler Sheridan has put that intensity to use as the villain in such critically acclaimed series as: CSI, CSI: New York, NYPD Blue and the series premiere of ABC’s 10-8.
Sheridan spent the 2006/2007 seasons as ‘Danny Boyd’ on the critically acclaimed Veronica Mars.
His co-starring role on FX’s upcoming Sons of Anarchy, is a character with whom Tayler is perhaps most familiar: A native Texan, he was raised in both Fort Worth and his family’s ranch 80 miles south, where a member of that family has served as U.S. Deputy Marshall for that region continuously for over one hundred years.
Mitch Pileggi [Ernest Darby]
Mitchell Craig Pileggi was born in Portland, Oregon on April 5, 1952.Born in Portland, Oregon, Mitch Pileggi was raised all over the world, as his father was a subcontractor on Department of Defense projects. Hence, Pileggi attended Fullerton College in California, the University of Maryland in Munich, Germany, and the University of Texas.
After working briefly on Department of Defense projects himself, Pileggi got involved in regional theatre in Austin, Texas, performing in such productions as Jesus Christ Superstar, Lone Star and Bent. After landing a few small parts on television, Pileggi made the move to Los Angeles.
Pileggi has developed a large following in the science fiction community due to his performance as ‘Assistant Director Skinner’ on The X-Files as well as his ongoing recurring role as ‘Colonel Caldwell’ on Stargate: Atlantis. Pileggi’s feature film credits include Basic Instinct, Vampire in Brooklyn, 3 O’Clock High, Shocker, Gun Shy and Man in the Chair. On television, Pileggi had a recurring role on Dallas and has made numerous guest-star appearances on such shows as The West Wing, Nip/Tuck and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. He also appeared in the television movies Night Visions, Trapped and Knight Rider 2000.
Actress Model. Kristen says “I spent the majority of my life in FLA before moving out to Los Angeles to become an actress. I have been blessed to be able to make a living doing what I love. Not many people can say they love their job, and I am lucky enough to love the HELL out of mine. Friends and family are extremely important to me and I would do anything for them. I love being outdoors, being spontaneous, and being goofy. Life is too short to not have fun and be crazy once in a while. I try to give more than I get, love more than I am loved, and always see the beauty in others. Sometimes this world is an awful place, but I refuse to know I had any part in that. I want to make it better for everyone, one smile at a time.”
Winter Ave Zoli was born in New Hope, Pennsylvania. At the age of 11, she moved with her family to Prague, Czech Republic, where she was able to fully plant her Czech roots from her fathers side of the family. She studied middle school and high school at the International School of Prague. She transitioned her way from ballet to musical theater, developing a love for the stage, and for the craft of acting. She began working professionally at the age of 13, and developed her resume through acting opportunities on European and American productions that came through Prague. At 17, she attended the Carnegie-Mellon summer school theater program, and at 19 enrolled in the Atlantic Theater Company acting school in New York city, founded by playwright David Mamet, and actor William H. Macy. After graduating from the professional program, Winter moved to Los Angeles, where she resides. Besides acting, her most beloved moments come from horse back riding, yoga, and running in the canyons of Los Angeles.