Jordan Bridges' film credits include Macbeth in Manhattan by Greg Lombardo, Drive Me Crazy by John Schulz, Frequency by Greg Hoblit and Happy Campers by Dan Waters. Bridges next stars in Mona Lisa Smile for director Mike Newell, starring opposite Julia Roberts, Kirsten Dunst, Julia Stiles, and Maggie Gyllenhaal. Bridges' television credits include recurring roles on "Dawson's Creek," and "Charmed," for the WB, and roles on TV movies "The Defenders: Taking the First," "P. T. Barnum" in which he stars with his father Beau Bridges, "A Stranger to Love," "Secret Sins of the Father," "The Thanksgiving Promise," and "The Caseys. " His theater work includes "Looking for Normal" at the Geffen Playhouse, "Summerfolk," "A Winter's Tale," "Miss Julie," and "Hamlet" at the Bard Theatre.
Marisa Coughlan nabbed the key role and much praise as a bitchy co-ed opposite Christina Ricci in the MGM feature Pumpkin for producer Francis Ford Coppola. She'll next star with Ricci for director Adam Goldberg in the dark comedy, I Love Your Work alongside the likes of Giovanni Ribisi, Joshua Jackson, and Franke Potente. Also on the horizon is her lead role on the CBS' Fall drama pilot "Criminology 101" for director Miguel Arteta (The Good Girl). Coughlan also recently starred in Jersey Films' hit highway patrol comedy Super Troopers that was acquired at Sundance by Fox Searchlight. She previously received rave reviews for her starring role with Katie Holmes and Helen Mirren in Kevin Williamson's feature directorial debut Teaching Mrs. Tingle for Miramax and again re-teamed with Williamson to star in his ABC/Miramax series "Wasteland. " Coughlan also provided the comic relief to Kate Hudson in Warner Bros. dramatic thriller Gossip for producer Joel Schumacher. She most recently segued into the role of a maniacal, gun wielding mother in the indie feature Dry Cycle.
Heather Donahue's film credits include The Blair Witch Project, Raw, Portrait of a Lady, Home Field Advantage, Seven and a Match for director Derek Simonds, and Boys & Girls for director Robert Iscove. Donahue recently starred in "Steven Spielberg's Taken" on the Sci-fi Channel. Donahue's theater performances include roles "Red Shag Improv Comedy," "The Hungry Girls," "On the Third Day," "Life in a Wind Tunnel," "Dierdre of the Sorrows," "Kindertransport," "Don Juan," "Leaving Montana," "Major Barbara," "Butterfingers Angel," "A Midsummer Night's Dream," "In the Boom Boom Room," "Rockaby," "Tulip Futures," "Fried Blood," "Into the Woods," and "The Maids. "
Dan Hedaya includes among his film credits performances in Mulholland Drive, Dick, The Hurricane, Shaft, The Crew, Swimfan, A Civil Action, Alien: Resurrection, Clueless, The Usual Suspects, To Die For, The Addams Family, Benny & Joon, Rookie of the Year, Searching for Bobby Fischer, Joe Versus the Volcano, Blood Simple and Wiseguys, and many others. Mr. Hedaya is well-remembered for the Nick Tortelli character he created on Cheers, which led to the NBC spin-off series The Tortellis. Among his other numerous television credits are his Emmy-nominated performance in NYPD Blue. A graduate of Tufts University with a degree in literature, Mr. Hedaya's first acting performance was in a Joseph Papp production of MacBeth. He went on to perform on the New York stage in such productions as The Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel with Al Pacino and in Henry V with Kevin Kline.
Mark Setlock makes his feature film debut with New Suit. He received the 2000 Outer Critics Circle Award for best solo performance (a tie with Olympia Dukakis), as well as a Drama Desk nomination for his performance in "Fully Committed," which he helped create with playwright & friend Becky Mode. In NYC, he's worked with such companies as Target Margin("India Song" and "The Nutcracker"), New Georges ("Other Places"), Rising Phoenix Rep ("Crawl), Primary Stages ("Don Juan in Chicago"), and Tiny Mythic ("Penthesilea"). He was in the original Broadway Company of "Rent," and is a member of the Vineyard Theatre's Community of Artists. He can currently be seen in New York in Jonathan Tolins' "The Last Sunday In June. " Regionally he's worked with the Adirondack Theatre Festival ("The Harry and Sam Dialogues") and the Huntington Theatre Company ("The Maiden's Prayer" and "A Month In the Country"). He is a graduate of the ART Institute at Harvard University. Mark is currently developing a new piece exploring the world of sexual fetishes.
Paul McCrane's film credits include The Last Producer directed by Burt Reynolds, The Shawshank Redemption directed by Frank Darabont, The Blob directed by Chuck Russell, Robocop directed by Paul Verhoeven, The Hotel New Hampshire directed by Tony Richardson, Purple Hearts directed by Sidney Furie, Fame directed by Alan Parker, and Rocky II directed by Sylvester Stallone.
McCrane is a series regular on NBC's "ER" playing Dr. Robert Romano. His other television credits include series regular roles on "Champs," and "Cop Rock" for ABC, and "Under Suspicion" for CBS, a recurring role on "Wiseguy" for CBS, and roles in "Zelda," and "Painting Churches," both TNT television movies, "Money, Power, Murder," a CBS television movie, in "From the Earth to the Moon" and "Strapped" for HBO, and guest starring roles in "Citizen Beines," "The X-Files," and "The Practice. "
McCrane's Broadway credits include "Six Degrees of Separation," "The Iceman Cometh," "The Curse of an Aching Heart," and "Runaways. " Other theatre credits include "The Country Girl," "Briar Patch," "Right Behind the Flag," "Moonchildren," "Hooters," "and "Landscape of the Body. "
Benito Martinez's film credits include roles in Mi Familia/My Family for Coppola Productions, Outbreak for Warner Bros. , and Dragonfly for Shady Acres Entertainment.
His television credits include work as a series regular on "The Shield" on the FX Network, recurring roles on "Chicago Hope," and "Zorro," and guest starring roles on "NYPD Blue," "American Family," "The X-Files," "L. A. Doctors," and "Star Trek: The Next Generation. "
Martinez's stage work includes "A Midsummer Night's Dream, "Hamlet," "Macbeth," and " A Comedy of Errors" for Will & Co. at LATC; "Six Characters in Search of an Author" for LAMEC; "La Posada Magica" and "Hortensia and the Museum of Dreams" for South Coast Repertory; "Before Death Comes for the Arch Bishop" for Arizona Theatre Co. , "Mariachi Quixote" for A. S. K. Theatre Projects at the Skirball Center; and "Burning Patience (Il Postino)" at the Sacramento Theatre Co.