On_Line : Cast Bios

Josh Hamilton

Josh Hamilton has had an extensive career in theater, film and television. His roles include Marty in The House of Yes, Grover Carrey in Kicking and Screaming, Matt in Urbania, and the lead of Michael Herlihy in the NBC miniseries The 60s. Most recently, he performed in the Tony Award winning production of Proof on Broadway. Josh is currently receiving rave reviews for his lead performance in Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theatre Company’s production of playwright Richard Greenberg’s The Violet Hour.

Harold Perrineau

Starring in the much-anticipated sequels to The Matrix, Harold Perrineau is also well known by television audiences as the narrator on Oz (HBO’s critically-acclaimed series). His other roles include Monica Jones in Woman on Top, Mercutio in Romeo + Juliet, Julian Murch in The Best Man and Rashid Cole in Smoke.

Isabel Gillies

Isabel Gillies’ film credits include Metropolitan, Nadja and I Shot Andy Warhol. She is also known by television audiences for her guest starring roles in Law & Order and Sex and the City and her recurring role on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. Her upcoming films are Michael Almereyda’s Happy Here and Now and a film by Jay Anania.

John Fleck

John Fleck achieved national notoriety as one of the NEA-4, the four performance artists that were stripped of their government funding. He was a lead on the television series Murder One and continues to travel around the country with his solo shows. He has also had memorable cameos in a number of films and television shows, including Falling Down and PBS’ Tales of the City.

Eric Millegan

Eric Millegan was mostly recently seen on TV this fall, guest starring on Sidney Lumet's Emmy-nominated "100 Centre Street" on A&E and Dick Wolf's new series "Law and Order: Criminal Intent" on NBC. Last spring, he was the Voice of "Aquarius" in the Encores! production of Hair at City Center. He then played the leading role of Moritz Steifel in an experimental production of Spring Awakening for the Roundabout Theater Company. On Broadway, he has played Simon Zealotes in Jesus Christ Superstar.

Vanessa Ferlito
Vanessa Ferlito’s film credits include Black & White and Made. Her television credits include guest starring roles in Third Watch and The Sopranos. Vanessa will also be seen in the much anticipated sequel to Spiderman due in theaters in 2004.