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EMILY RIOS (Happy)
Emily Rios is the young star of Sundance’s award-winning "Quincenera," which was acquired at the festival by Sony Classics. Since her star-making role, Emily has received many accolades, including an ALMA nomination for her dramatic performance and graced the covers of teen fashion magazines.

YORICK VAN WAGENINGEN (Avo)
Yorick van Wageningen was first noticed by Hollywood after his supporting role in "Beyond Borders" starring Angelina Jolie. He has starred opposite Vin Diesel in "The Chronicles of Riddick" and worked with acclaimed American director Terrence Malick in "The New World" starring Colin Farrell.

ALYSSA MILANO (Allegra)
Alyssa Milano has spent almost her entire life in the public eye.  A famous child actor, Alyssa continues to work in both television and film. Her most recent success was the long running TV series “Charmed” where she starred as a modern day demon hunter. Alyssa’s film credits include "Hugo Pool" costarring Sean Penn and Robert Downey Jr., "Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star," and "Fear," co-starring with Reese Witherspoon. She also provided a lead voice for Disney’s recent sequel to the animated favorite, "Lady and the Tramp."

CLARENCE WILLIAMS III (Ridley)
Mr. Williams first major acting role was as Linc Hayes in Aaron Spelling's “The Mod Squad.” He has guest-starred in television shows including “Hill Street Blues,” “Miami Vice,” “Twin Peaks,” “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine,” “Law & Order,” “Judging Amy,” “Profiler” and “Everybody Hates Chris.” His film work includes "Purple Rain" (1984), "I'm Gonna Git You Sucka" (1988), "Deep Cover" (1992), and "Sugar Hill" (1994), among others. Currently, Clarence has wrapped a role in "American Gangster" (2007), starring Denzel Washington and directed by Ridley Scott.

DERRICK O’CONNOR (Humphrey)
Derrick O'Connor was born in Dublin, Ireland, and raised in London, UK. He is a former member of the Royal Shakespeare
Company and the Scottish National Theatre, with many leading stage performances in Edinburgh, Stratford-on-Avon and London's West End. His long and successful career includes numerous starring roles in U.S., British and Australian film and television. His British film credits include Terry Gilliam's "Brazil" (1985), "Time Bandits" (1981) and "Jabberwocky" (1977), John Boorman’s "Hope and Glory" (1987), Harold Pinter's "Butley" (1974) and "Dealers" (1989). His U.S. feature films credits include "Daredevil" (2003), "End of Days" (1999), "How to Make an American Quilt" (1995) and "Lethal Weapon 2" (1989).


 

 
 
 
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