Aisha Dee

Aisha Dee is one of the leads of the new Freeform series “The Bold Type,” produced by Amanda Lasher and Joanna Coles with David Bernad, Ruben Fleisher, Sarah Watson, and Victor Nelli Jr. In addition, she will soon appear on the upcoming season of anthology series “Channel Zero” for SyFy. Previously, she recurred on MTV’s “Sweet/Vicious” and starred as Beth on dramedy “Chasing Life.” Dee got her break in American TV doing with an arc on Steven Spielberg’s series “Terranova.”

Meghann Fahy

Meghann Fahy started acting on stage, but she has since expanded far beyond the theatre to a robust career in film and television. In 2010, she made her Broadway debut in the Tony- and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical “Next to Normal.” Around this time, Fahy landed her first television role terrorizing Llanview as Hannah O’Connor on ABC’s “One Life to Live.” From there, her career in film and television took off. She has starred and recurred in such series as “The Jim Gaffigan Show,” “The Good Wife,” “Necessary Roughness,” “Political Animals,” “Chicago Fire,” “Gossip Girl,” and played the young Betty White in the Hallmark Hall of Fame movie “The Lost Valentine.” Other feature credits include supporting roles in the independent features “Burning Bodhi,” “Those People” and “License Plates.”Read More

In between her busy TV/film schedule, she was seen Off-Broadway in “Lost Girls” at the Lucille Lortel Theater directed by Jo Bonney. She also starred as the titular character, Samantha Brown, in the Goodspeed musical production of “The Unauthorized Autobiography of Samantha Brown,” a new musical by Brian Lowdermilk and Kait Kerrigan. This year she was seen in the Manhattan Theatre Club’s production of “Linda.”

Fahy was seen opposite Jessica Chastain in the John Madden film “Miss Sloane” just this past year. She will next star in a leading role on the new Freeform series “The Bold Type.”


Katie Stevens

Katie Stevens is a versatile young actress who has quickly established herself as one of Hollywood’s most sought-after, vibrant young talents. She currently leads the cast of Freeform’s “The Bold Type,” which reveals a glimpse into the outrageous lives and loves of those responsible for the fictional global women’s magazine, Scarlet. The show is inspired by the life of Joanna Coles who currently serves as chief content officer at Hearst Magazines and previously served as editor in chief of Cosmopolitan Magazine. Joanna executive produces alongside Amanda Lasher, David Bernad, Ruben Fleischer, Victor Nelli Jr., Holly Whidden, and Sarah Watson.

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Recently, Stevens wrapped Dimension Films’ latest horror film “Polaroid,” based on director Lars Klevberg’s short film of the same name. The film is being produced by Roy Lee and Chris Bender who bring their “Ring” touch to the script written by Blair Butler. She stars alongside a stellar ensemble cast which includes Kathryn Prescott, Mitch Pileggi, Keenan Tracey and Samantha Logan.

Stevens previously starred as Karma in the hit MTV comedy series “Faking It,” executive produced by Carter Covington. The series, which aired for three seasons, centers on Karma and her best friend Amy who love each other – in slightly different ways. She also portrayed the role of Marg Helgenberger’s daughter, Lindsey Willows, in the two-hour series finale of the CBS crime drama “CSI.”

On stage, Stevens stars in the wildly popular “Cruel Intentions: The Musical,” which is based on the 1999 cult classic of the same name starring Sarah Michelle Gellar, Reese Witherspoon and Ryan Phillipe. She portrays Katherine (originated by Gellar) and has performed to sold-out audiences at the Rockwell Stage. Due to popular demand, she recently reprised her role again at the Prospect Theater in Los Angeles.

Stevens began performing and singing at age 3. Her passion eventually landed her a spot on the “American Idol” stage. In August 2009, she auditioned for “American Idol” in Boston, Massachusetts, and sang “At Last” where all four judges (including guest judge Victoria Beckham) advanced her to Hollywood. At the Boston audition, judge Kara DioGuardi called her one of the most talented 16-year-olds she had ever seen.

Stevens currently splits her time between Los Angeles and Nashville.