Zachary Quinto

Zachary Quinto was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania where he began performing as a teenager. He attended Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama and received a BFA in Acting. After graduation, he moved to Los Angeles and began to build a career in television with guest starring roles on numerous series, including CSI and Six Feet Under. He appeared as Adam Kaufman on the third season of 24, and in the only season of the critically acclaimed series So NoTORIous.

In 2007 he was cast as the psychopathic super-powered serial killer Sylar on the hit NBC series Heroes; and in the same year was cast as Spock in the JJ Abrams directed reboot of the Star Trek franchise. Subsequently, he has reprised his role of Spock in both sequels to that film: 2013’s Star Trek Into Darkness and 2016’s Star Trek Beyond. He played Chad Warwick on the first season of American Horror Story and won a Critic’s Choice Award and Emmy Award nomination for his portrayal of Dr. Oliver Thredson on American Horror Story: Asylum.

In 2008, Quinto began his production company Before the Door Pictures and produced and starred in Margin Call alongside Stanley Tucci and Jeremy Irons. His company has gone on to produce such films as All Is Lost, Banshee Chapter, Breakup At a Wedding, A Most Violent Year, and Aardvark in which Quinto also stars alongside Jenny Slate and Jon Hamm. Quinto also hosts and executive produces the unscripted show In Search Of on the History Channel. 

In theater, Quinto appeared as Louis Ironson in the 2010 Signature revival of Tony Kushner’s Angels In America, for which he won a Theater World Award and a Drama Desk Award nomination. He made his Broadway debut to universal praise in the 2013 Tony Award winning production of the Glass Menagerie. He was also seen in MCC’s production of Noah Haidle’s Smokefall. Last summer, he starred in the Joe Mantello directed revival of The Boys in the Band, alongside Jim Parsons, Matt Bomer and Andrew Rannells.

On screen, Quinto starred opposite James Franco in I Am Michael, as journalist Glenn Greenwald in Oliver Stone’s Snowden, opposite Julianne Nicholson and Emma Roberts in Who We Are Now, and opposite Jodie Foster in Drew Pearce’s Hotel Artemis. He is on AMC’s upcoming series, NOS4A2, which will premiere on TV this summer.

Quinto currently resides in New York.


R.C. Bray

From an early age award-winning audiobook narrator R.C. Bray despised reading. Truly hated it with a passion. And audiobooks? Even worse. Those were for people too lazy to read (not to be confused with those like himself who didn’t want to read to begin with). R.C. eventually got older and wiser and, eschewing his capricious convictions, fell head-over-heels for reading. Not just to learn words like “eschew” and “capricious” so he could use them in a bio, but because someone was actually going to be foolish enough to pay him to do it!

Note: R.C.’s gorgeous wife and three beautiful children begged him not to make this his official bio.

Clearly he misunderstood.


Kate Mulgrew

Kate Mulgrew is an American actress noted for her roles as Captain Kathryn Janeway on Star Trek: Voyager, Mary Ryan on Ryan’s Hope, and, most recently, Galina “Red” Reznikov on Orange Is the New Black. She will next be seen on Season 3 of Audience Network’s Mr. Mercedes.

She has performed in numerous television shows, theater productions, and movies.

She is the winner of a Golden Satellite Award, a Saturn Award, and an Obie Award, and has been nominated for a Golden Globe and an Emmy.


Robert Picardo

Born and raised in Philadelphia, Bob graduated from the William Penn Charter School and attended Yale University. His acting career began at Yale when he landed a leading role in Leonard Bernstein’s “Mass” and later performed it in the European premiere of that work. Bob, then a biology major, abandoned his premed plans and graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.A. in Drama at age 20. He moved to New York and studied acting at Circle in the Square. In 1977, he made his Broadway debut in the lead role of the comedy hit “Gemini”. The following season, he won the coveted part of Jack Lemmon’s son in Bernard Slade’s “Tribute”, re-creating his role in the Los Angeles production. In California, Bob has played leading roles at the Mark Taper Forum, The Pasadena Playhouse, the Berkeley Rep and other venues.

On television, Bob earned an Emmy Nomination for his role as Mr. Cutlip on “The Wonder Years.” He received the Founders Award from Viewers for Quality Television for his combined work on that show and his starring role as Dr. Richard on the acclaimed Vietnam drama, “China Beach”. Bob is recognized around the globe for his curmudgeonly Holographic Doctor on seven seasons of “Star Trek: Voyager”. One of the two Voyager episodes Bob also directed, “One Small Step,” was a moving tribute to the pioneers of space exploration. He has guest starred on many popular television series, starred as Commander Woolsey on “Stargate Atlantis” and plays recurring roles on CBS “The Code” and Apple Studio’s “Dickinson”. Bob has appeared in over two dozen films, including the Coen Bros comedy, “Hail Caesar” and pretty much anything ever directed by Joe Dante.

Bob is on the Executive Board of the Planetary Society, the space Advocacy nonprofit cofounded by Carl Sagan and presently led by Bill Nye.


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  • Kym Dakin
  • Bill Dufris as Col Mallory
  • Corey Gagne as Basant / Gen. Jones
  • Nimo Gandhi as Chandra
  • Emily Grotz as Webster
  • Dalton S Kimball as Add’tl human/lizard voices
  • Austin Ku as Chen
  • Daniel Logan as Parata
  • John Dalton Logan as Ahosha
  • PJ Ochlan as Dagger AI / Smythe
  • Lisa Renee Pitts as Col. Adams / Cooper
  • Christopher Price as Tuvon
  • Michael Rafkin as Artox
  • Lisa Stathoplos as Frey
  • Casey Turner as Simms
  • Jennywren Walker as Reed
  • Marjolaine Whittlesey as Anastacia
  • Ashanti Williams as Busham
  • Jonathan Woodward as Add’tl human/lizard voices
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