Constance Zimmer has displayed great versatility as an actress throughout her career, well-known for playing a number of standout characters in notable projects. Zimmer was nominated for an Emmy and won a 2016 Critics’ Choice Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series category for her role on UnREAL, which has also garnered a Peabody, an AFI honor and a Gotham Award. Zimmer was recently seen on TBS’ Angie Tribeca, FX’s Better Things and she was featured in third season of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.Read More
For six seasons, Zimmer played the role of “Dana Gordon” on HBO’s critically acclaimed series Entourage. She reprised this role when Warner Bros. released the Entourage film on the big screen in 2015. Zimmer was also seen starring in the first and second season of the Netflix Emmy® nominated original series House of Cards, executive produced by David Fincher, and she recently returned on season four. Zimmer also had a recurring role on HBO’s Golden Globe nominated series The Newsroom, executive produced by Aaron Sorkin. Additionally, she has voiced characters on Cartoon Network’s animated series, Transformers: Robots in Disguise, as well as the Netflix animated series BoJack Horseman.
Zimmer was a series lead on ABC’s Boston Legal, created by David E. Kelley, which earned her a SAG Award nomination and had recurring roles on the IFC series Maron, Grey’s Anatomy, and The New Adventures of Old Christine. She also guest starred on Seinfeld and the sitcom Ellen.
Recent noteworthy film projects she completed include the independent feature film Results opposite Guy Pearce and Cobie Smulders, which premiered at The Sundance Film Festival. Zimmer was also recently featured in Run the Tide, with Taylor Lautner, Nico Christou and Johanna Braddy.
Zimmer resides in Los Angeles with her husband, Russ, a director, and their daughter.
Craig Bierko and his combination of leading-man good looks, mesmerizing charm and incredible range as an actor have seamlessly enabled the talented actor to crossover between numerous productions on the big screen, television and theatre. Craig currently stars in the series regular role of “Chet Wilton” in UnREAL for Lifetime.Read More
Bierko appeared in Anthony Fabian’s feature film Louder than Words opposite David Duchovny, Hope Davis and Timothy Hutton. The film is based around the compelling true story of John and Brenda Fareri who after the unexpected death of their daughter, work to build a state-of-the-art children’s hospital where families are welcomed into the healing process. Craig’s other motion pictures credits include The Change Up (Universal), The Three Stooges (20th Century Fox), Scary Movie 4 (Weinstein/Disney), Christopher Guest’s For Your Consideration, Ron Howard’s Cinderella Man (Universal), Renny Harlin’s Long Kiss Goodnight and Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas (Universal), amongst several others.
In the theatre, Craig appeared in the 2012 New York Philharmonic’s performance of Stephen Sondheim’s Company directed by Lonny Price. He also starred in Des McAnuff’s Tony-Nominated Broadway production of Guys & Dolls in the role of “Sky Masterson,” as well as, the critically acclaimed Broadway run of Meredith Wilson’s The Music Man in the role of “Professor Harold Hill.” For his extraordinary talent, he received a nomination for the Tony Award, Drama Desk Award, Outer Critics Circle Award and the Drama League Award. He was the winner of The Theater World Award for that same year.
Bierko’s other television credits include large roles in the Farrelly Brothers’ sitcom Unhitched (FBC) and David E. Kelley’s Boston Legal (ABC). Additionally, Craig had guest appearances on Tin Star (Amazon), Kevin Can’t Wait (CBS), Damages (FX), The Good Wife (CBS), Necessary Roughness (USA) and Sex and the City (HBO).
Genevieve Buechner has had a successful career to date, including her recurring role of “Madison” in Lifetime’s critically acclaimed series UnREAL. Since starting as an actress, Genevieve guest starred on The CW’s Supernatural, Emily Owens M.D. and iZombie; FOX’s Fringe; and AMC’s critically acclaimed series The Killing. She has had recurring roles on CBS’s The Dead Zone and The 4400; Syfy’s Battlestar Galactica spin off Caprica; Bravo’s Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce and The CW’s The 100.Read More
On the big screen, Genevieve has appeared in the films Jennifer’s Body, opposite Megan Fox and Amanda Seyfried; Daydream Nation, with Kat Dennings; Saved!, with Mandy Moore and Jena Malone and If I Had Wings. Additionally, she took on the lead role in the Lifetime Original Movie, Jim Henson’s Turkey Hollow, opposite Mary Steenburgen. Genevieve also appeared in the indie film St. Monica, which went on to be a festival success playing across North America and being selected for the Berlin International Film Festival, the Atlantic Film Festival, the Toronto International Film Festival and the Vancouver International Film Festival. Genevieve was nominated for a Canadian Leo Award for Best Lead Performance by a Female in 2003 for that role.
Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman (pronounced “beau-yer”) is most recognizable for his portrayal of ambitious producer “Jay” in the Peabody Award-winning and Emmy-nominated Lifetime series UnREAL. Recently he co-stared in the Lifetime Original Movie Love By the 10th Date, alongside Kelly Rowland and Meagan Good.Read More
In 2016, The Hollywood Reporter declared Bowyer-Chapman one of Canada’s top rising stars. He co-starred opposite Robert De Niro and Zac Efron in the comedy Dirty Grandpa. He has also wrapped production on the indie feature Tao of Surfing, alongside Eric Balfour and Lou Diamond Phillips.
Bowyer-Chapman began his career as an international model before making his feature film debut in Shock to the System, which premiered at the 2006 Outfest Film Festival. In 2012, he starred opposite Jussie Smollett in LOGO’s romantic comedy-drama The Skinny. Additional credits include his critically-acclaimed breakthrough performance in HBO’s Dear Mr. Gacy, SyFy’s Stargate Universe and the Nickelodeon animated series Iron Man: Armored Adventure, in which he voiced the role of the iconic superhero “Black Panther.”
Bowyer-Chapman is passionately involved with the Human Rights Campaign, for which he serves as a guest speaker. In 2016, he created the Bramon Garcia Braun (BGB) scholarship in his name, awarded to LGTBQ actors of color with a fierce desire to explore and express what is unique about them through their acting and the leadership and generosity to use their talent to change the industry’s often limited perception of humanity. Born and raised in Canada, Bowyer-Chapman currently splits his time between New York and Los Angeles.
Shiri Appleby jumped in front of the lens as a youngster appearing on such notable hits as Who’s the Boss, Doogie Howser MD and Lawrence Kasden’s I Love You To Death. At 19 she had her breakout performance on the series Roswell, playing the leading role of “Liz Parker.” She went on to guest star in ER, Six Degrees, as well as Mike Nichols’ Charlie Wilson’s War, before playing the lead in the CW’s Life Unexpected. Since then, Appleby has done recurring turns on NBC’s Chicago Fire, HBO’s GIRLS and CBS’s Code Black. Most recently, she starred across from Brett Gelman in the indie comedy Lemon, directed by Janicza Bravo.Read More
Appleby currently stars in Lifetime’s critically acclaimed drama UnREAL, playing “Rachel Goldberg,” a producer working behind the scenes of a dating competition show. She took on the role of director in season two and again in season three. Additionally, Appleby was nominated for a Critics Choice Award for Best Actress for her work on the series. UnREAL has also garnered a Peabody, an AFI honor, a Gotham Award, as well as multiple Emmy nominations. In March 2017, Appleby signed an overall deal with A+E Studios, working closely with the team to create and produce original programming for the A+E portfolio of networks, as well as outside buyers, under her Appletree Pictures banner.
Lauren Ash stars as Dina, Cloud 9’s resident security guard and HR manager, on NBC’s comedy “Superstore.”
Ash was recently seen playing Hortense on the Comedy Central series “Another Period,” which co-starred Natasha Leggero, Riki Lindhome, Christina Hendricks, Paget Brewster and Michael Ian Black.
She also co-starred with Rebel Wilson as Marika on ABC’s “Super Fun Night,” which won the People’s Choice Award for Best New Comedy Series. On the film side, Ash had a feature role opposite Kevin James in “Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2.”
Other film and TV credits include “Lars and the Real Girl” (with Ryan Gosling), “Camille” (with James Franco), “Scare Tactics,” “Howie Do It” and countless Canadian series, including “Lost Girl,” “Cracked,” “The Ron James Show,” “Call Me Fitz,” “Bomb Girls,” “Spun Out,” “Match Game” and more.
Hailing from Toronto, Ash is an alumnus of the Second City Toronto and Chicago main stages and is one of only four Canadians ever chosen to perform on the Chicago stage. She has earned six wins throughout the past 10 years in various categories at the Canadian Comedy Awards, including the Canadian Comedy Person of the Year.
This year, she was nominated for an ACTRA Award (Canada’s SAG Awards) for her performance in the film “Dirty Singles” and was the winner of a Canadian Screen Award (Canada’s Emmys) for a guest-starring role on the CTV sitcom “Spun Out.”
Nico Santos stars as Mateo, Jonah’s competition as the other new employee at Cloud 9, on NBC’s hit comedy “Superstore.”
Santos was born and raised in the Philippines and has assimilated into American culture rather quickly by living in California by way of Portland, Oregon. He started doing stand-up in San Francisco. In just a short amount of time, he became a popular fixture in the Bay Area comedy scene with his acute observations and quirky characters.
Charming audiences with his sarcastic wit and outrageous sensibility, Santos has that rare ability to be crass and snarky while at the same time remaining completely likable.
Santos has written for E! Network’s “Fashion Police” and appeared on screen on Showtime’s “Pride Comedy Jam,” as well as the series “Ground Floor,” “Mulaney” and “2 Broke Girls.” He was also a regular panelist on “Chelsea Lately.”
Santos made his film debut in “Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2” and most recently filmed “The Clapper,” co-starring Ed Helms, Tracy Morgan and Amanda Seyfried.
Ben Feldman stars as Jonah, one of the most recent additions to the Cloud 9 team, on NBC’s hit comedy “Superstore.”
Feldman also continues to appear on the HBO comedy “Silicon Valley.” On the film front, he recently wrapped production on the thriller “Monitor.”
On television, Feldman’s notable credits include a three-season run as aspiring copywriter Michael Ginsberg on the acclaimed AMC drama “Mad Men.” His work earned him a 2012 Primetime Emmy Award nomination for Guest Actor in a Drama Series.
Feldman also starred on the comedies “A to Z”; “Living with Fran,” opposite Fran Drescher; and Lifetime’s “Drop Dead Diva,” on which he played a guardian angel. Other television credits include “Las Vegas,” “Medium” and “The Mindy Project.”
Feldman made his film debut in 2005’s “The Perfect Man,” co-starring with Hilary Duff, Chris Noth and Heather Locklear. Other film credits include “Cloverfield,” the remake of “Friday the 13th” and “As Above, So Below.”
A native of Washington, D.C., Feldman made his first foray into acting at the age of six when a camp counselor convinced him to participate in the musical “Annie.” He performed in many plays for his high school theater program, and went on to major in acting at Ithaca College.
Feldman currently resides in Los Angeles.
Colton Dunn stars as Garrett, Cloud 9’s intercom “voice of God,” on NBC’s comedy “Superstore.”
Dunn had recurring roles on the critically acclaimed comedy “Parks and Recreation” as well as “The League.” He has also appeared on “Brothers,” “Save Me” and “Pretend Time.”
Dunn also wrote and performed on the hit Comedy Central series “Key & Peele,” in which he was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Series.
His feature credits include “Celebrity Death Pool” and “Lazer Team.” He was a writer and recurring performer on “MADtv” and “The Arsenio Hall Show,” performed at the Aspen Comedy Festival and Just for Laughs, and regularly performs at the UCB Theatre.
Nichole Bloom stars as Cheyenne, Cloud 9’s bubbly young employee, on NBC’s hit comedy “Superstore.”
Bloom was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. As a child, she loved creating characters and making movies at home, which led to her involvement in theater starting at age eight. At 14, she made the transition to Los Angeles to pursue a career in acting.
Bloom is a graduate of the University of Southern California and has studied at the Upright Citizens Brigade and the Groundlings Theatre. Prior to “Superstore,” she recurred on Showtime’s “Shameless.”
Bloom enjoys making short films, painting, dancing and being in the ocean.
D’Arcy Carden plays ‘Janet’ alongside Ted Danson and Kristen Bell in the Mike Schur series THE GOOD PLACE, which is in the middle of airing its 2nd season on NBC. She will also next be seen in a recurring role on the new HBO series BARRY from Bill Hader and Alec Berg. Her other TV work includes a recurring role on Broad City (Comedy Central), and guest stars on Veep (HBO), Inside Amy Schumer (Comedy Central), Comedy Bang Bang (IFC), and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (CW). D’Arcy’s film credits include Chris Kelly’s OTHER PEOPLE which premiered in competition at Sundance (2016) and Maggie Carey’s THE TO DO LIST. She performs regularly at UCB on Asssscat and with her improv/sketch group Search History.