Ryan Patrick Bachand as Arnie Arsenew, episode 3-02 "Is Freedom Free?"
• TV: "Law & Order" (Kevin Malone, 5/10/00), "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" (Andy Sherman, 10/11/02)
• TV COMMERCIALS: Burlington Coat Factory, Verizon Wireless


 

 

 



Jamie Bennett as Skeet, episode 3-08 "There Once Was a Blank From Nantucket"


 

 

 



Patrick Blindauer as Chip Beavers
EDUCATION: B.F.A. in Musical Theatre from Webster University in St. Louis, MO
• STAGE: Young & Deadly [at the American Theatre of Actors], Forever Plaid [at University of Connecticut]
• FILM: A Beautiful Mind

Patrick hails from Larimore, ND. He has appeared in a commercial for Homestead.com and was also the Music Director for the Rocky Mountain Repertory Theatre.


 

 

 



Natalie Blalock as Edie Harley, episode 3-09 "Bully"
• TV: "The O.C." (Gail Van Deepen, 4/28/04, 1/27/05), "Late Night With Conan O'Brien" [recurring role as Madonna]
• STAGE: Ladies and Gentlemen: Natalie Blalock [at Don't Tell Mama], The Scarlet Pimpernel, Paper Moon, Houdini, Dear Jesse

To see more pictures of Natalie Blalock, go to the Student Body photo gallery.


 

 

 



Matt Blumm as P.John
• FILM: Straight
• TV: "Empire Falls" (Miles at 20 years, 2005)
• STAGE: Grease

To see more pictures of Matt Blumm, go to the Student Body photo gallery.


 

 

 



Jessica Boevers as Melissa, episode 2-10 "A Price Too High For Riches"
• FILM: Airborne
• TV: "Another World" (Holly) 1998
• STAGE: The It Girl, Two Gentlemen of Verona, Rent, Beauty and the Beast, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Les Misérables, Baby, The Secret Garden, Stephen Sondheim's Wise Guys, aka The Mizner Musical or Strike It Rich

In March 2002 she played Ado Annie Carnes in "Oklahoma!" the musical by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein that was based on the play "Green Grow the Lilacs" by Lynn Riggs (Gershwin Theatre, New York, NY)


 

 

 



Sophina Brown as Sydney, episode 3-07 "Ask Jerri"
• TV: "Law & Order: SVU"
• STAGE: The Lion King, Fame, Antigone, Merry Wives of Windsor

To see more pictures of Sophina Brown, go to the Student Body photo gallery.


 

 

 



Laura Bell Bundy as Kimberly Timothy in the pilot, "Retardation: A Celebration"
• FILM: Camp, Jumanji, Life With Mikey, The Adventures of Huck Finn
• TV: "Home Improvement", "The Guiding Light"
• STAGE: Hairspray, Grease, Pajama Game, The Ruthless! The Musical, Sound of Music, Gypsy [w/Betty Buckley, Deborah Gibson]

To see more pictures of Laura Bell Bundy, go to the Student Body photo gallery.


 

 

 



Valentine Bureau as Trudy, episode 3-04 "Is My Daddy Crazy?"


 

 

 



Chris Carmack as Laird, episode 3-06 "Invisible Love"
• FILM: Just My Luck (David Pennington, 2006), Bring It On Again (Todd, 2004)
• TV: "Beach Girls" (Cooper Morgenthal, 2005), The Last Ride (Matthew Rondell, 2004), "Jake in Progress" (Jared Rush, 3/17/05), "Smallville" (Geoff Johns, 2/9/05), "Player$" (2003), "The O.C." (Luke Ward)
• MODEL/PRINT AD: Abercrombie & Fitch Quarterly Fall 2000 Issue, Macy's, Guess!

James Christopher Carmack was born on December 22, 1980 in Washington, DC, and grew up in Rockville, Maryland. He attended New York University, but left after his sophomore year. He was very involved with sports in high school: varsity baseball, basketball, football, and wrestling. He also plays the saxophone and guitar.

To see more pictures of Chris Carmack, go to the Student Body photo gallery.


 

 

 



Chuck Caruso as Trake
• STAGE: Joe! The Musical

Chuck Caruso was born on December 4, 1974 in Cliffside Park, New Jersey. He has appeared in numerous live theatrical productions.


 

 

 



Erin Cottrell as Relay team member in episode 3-05 "Blank Relay"
• FILM: Legally Blonde 2, www.WatchUsDie.com
• TV: "ER" (Claire, 9/22/05), Little House on the Prairie (Caroline Quiner Ingalls, 2004), "Ed" (Amanda Bays, 2/20/01), "The Guiding Light" (Camille Baptiste, 2001-02)
• STAGE: Six Degrees of Separation, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Nothin' But Nads, Wine.Women.Song


 

 

 



Nicole Dalton as Judy Fabjance, episodes 2-06 "The Blank Page" and 3-08 "There Once Was A Blank From Nantucket"
• STAGE: How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying [as Rosemary Pilkington], Eric Bogosian's SubUrbia [as Sooze], Julius Caesar [as Portia], Hair [as Jeannie]


 

 

 



Jeremy Davidson (Jeremy Michael Greenberg) as Drake Rogers, episode 2-03 "The Virgin Jerri"
• FILM: Deprivation, Skeletons in the Closet, Windtalkers
• TV: "Boston Legal" (Peter Barrett, 10/11/05), "Without a Trace" (James MacAvoy, 1/13/05), "Century City" (Karl, 3/23/04), "The Practice" (Dr. Robert Platt, 3/14/04), "JAG" (Lt. Cmdr. Justin Bentley, 11/14/03), "Crossing Jordan" (Daniel Brackett, 2/4/02), "Ally McBeal" (Randy, 1/15/01), "Law & Order" (Sean Russo, 5/12/99; Luke Campbell, 11/14/01), Hopewell, "NYPD Blue" (Chris Manahan, 2/13/01), "Roswell" (10/2, 10/16/00, 1/22, 2/5, 2/19/01, Grant Sorenson)
• STAGE: Epic Proportions, La Terrasse, Nijinsky's Last Dance [1998, Signature Theater, Arlington, VA, Helen Hayes Award nomination; 8/27-9/14/03, Kennedy Center, Washington, DC], Quills, Corpus Christi, Three Sisters, Twelfth Night, A Christmas Carol, Desire Under The Elms, The Foreigner, Wilder Wilder

Jeremy's father, Mickey, an English teacher and high school basketball coach who coached Jeremy and his two brothers on the varsity level, once played for the Washington Generals, the Harlem Globetrotters' traveling partners and perennial whipping boys. Jeremy's brothers Jed and Barnaby tour with the band Donna the Buffalo and his sister Bess plays professional basketball in Denmark. On August 4, 2001, Jeremy married Shari Berkowitz. In June 2002 he played Danilo in the play "Dimetos", by Athol Fugard, at the Unicorn Theater in Stockbridge, Massachussets. In October of that year he played Nick in "Going Native", by Steven Drukman, at the Long Wharf Theater Stage II in New Haven, Connecticut.

To see more pictures of Jeremy Davidson, go to the Student Body photo gallery.


 

 

 



Liz Fagan as Various, see episode 2-01 "Yes You Can't"
The entire Fagan family was involved with Strangers With Candy, including parents Neil and Rosemarie. Liz's brother Dave is the front man for the band Snowball 37 and was the Concrete Donkey's mascot on "Strangers", brother Matt plays drums in the band, and brother Tim plays bass. Liz's boyfriend Neal Ajamian plays lead guitar for the band and he also worked as an extra on Strangers With Candy. Chris "Bob" Fagan, Tom Fagan, Merv Murray, and Dave Murray are other members of the family who have appeared in the background on the show.


 

 

 



Matt Fagan as Spiro Faganocoulos
• BAND: Snowball 37, Lowclas, One Missing


 

 
 
   
Snowball 37


 

 

 



Tim Fagan as Various, see episode 2-01 "Yes You Can't"

 


Snowball 37


 

 

 



Jack Ferver as Jimmy Tickles, episodes 2-03 "The Virgin Jerri", 2-07 "To Love, Honor, and Pretend", and 3-01 "Jerri's Burning Issue"
• FILM: Outside Providence, Mean People Suck
• STAGE: The Dilemma of Drugs [9/03]; Square Root of Minus One; Dead End [10/02]; Rosenkrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead [7/99, with Richard Kind]; Betty's Summer Vacation [3/99]

Jack Ferver was born in 1979 in Wisconsin.

To see more pictures of Jack Ferver, go to the Student Body photo gallery.


 

 

 



Lindsey Gates as Nancy, episode 2-07 "To Love, Honor, and Pretend"
• STAGE: The Legacy Codes


 

 

 



Tessa Ghylin as Tina, episode 2-03 "The Virgin Jerri"
• FILM: American Exquisite, Little Kings, Dinner Rush
• TV: "The Job" (Zoe, 4/10/02), "Ed" (Donna Tozzi, 2/28-10/10/01), "Law & Order" (Amy Beltran, 2/9/00)


 

 

 



Tamera Gindlesperger as Kimberly Timbers, episode 1-04 "Who Wants Cake?"
• FILM: Manna From Heaven, Kill Me Tomorrow
• TV: "Sesame English Hour"
• STAGE: Professor Albert's Lessons of Love


 

 

 



Sue Gisser as Audrey Stapina in episode 2-03 "The Virgin Jerri" and as Stravulla in episode 3-08 "There Once Was a Blank From Nantucket"
• STAGE: The Servant of Two Masters, Evolution-A Night of Short Scenes, A Dickens of a Christmas, North Fork


 

 

 



John Hensley as Student who lipsyncs to kung fu talk in episode 1-10 "The Trip Back"
• TV: "Nip/Tuck" (Sean McNamara), "Witchblade", "Madigan Men", "The Sopranos" (Eric Scatino, 2/20/00)


 

 

 



Kelly Hutchinson as Sylvia, episodes 3-07, 3-08, and 3-10
• FILM: Slippery Slope, Catch Me if You Can
• TV: "The Jury" (Patricia Bacon, 6/22/04), "Hack" (Helen Olshansky, 2/7/04), "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" (Meghan Ramsey, 9/28/01)
• STAGE: Macbeth [w/Kelsey Grammer, Michael Gross, Jacob Pitts]

Kelly Hutchinson was born in Princeton, New Jersey, in 1976. She played Regina Engstrand in 'Ghosts' by Henrik Ibsen, adapted and directed by Scott Wentworth, at the Indiana Repertory Theatre, Indianapolis, Indiana, January 9-February 3rd, 2002. She appeared in William Shakespeare's 'Macbeth' on Broadway, with Kelsey Grammer. Other stage credits include: 'Trainspotting' at The Players Theatre, 'Cave Dweller' at New York Theatre Works, 'Measure for Measure' at the Juilliard School, 'The Last Night of Ballyhoo' at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, 'A Christmas Carol' at Helen Hayes Performing Arts Center, 'Eugene O'Neill's 'Ah! Wilderness' at the Huntington Theatre, and 'The Taming of the Shrew' at the McCarter Theatre.

To see more pictures of Kelly Hutchinson, go to the Student Body photo gallery.


 

 

 



Fred Koehler as Jerri's long-lost son Ricky, episode 1-05 "Bogie Nights"
• FILM: The Storyteller, Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood, Pearl Harbor, AKA Birdseye, Mr. Mom, A Kiss Before Dying, The Pick-up Artist
• TV: "Law & Order", "C.S.I." 2/1/01, "The Division" 1/14/01, "Paramour", "All My Children", "Kate & Allie", The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mom, "Oz"

Fred Koehler was born on June 16, 1975 in Jackson Heights, New York, and graduated from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh with a degree in theater.

To see more pictures of Fred Koehler, go to the Student Body photo gallery.


 

 

 



Jenna Lamia as Poppy Downes, episode 1-01 "Old Habits, New Beginnings"
EDUCATION: Amherst College, Universite de Paris, La Sorbonne
• STAGE: Ah, Wilderness
• TV: "The Guiding Light", "Law & Order: SVU" (Siobhan Miller, 12/15/00), "Brutally Normal", "Oz" (Carrie Schillinger, 8/20/00-1/20/02)
• FILM: Nowhere To Go But Up, Hi-Life

Jenna Lamia moved to New York City from Boston and made her Broadway debut in a Lincoln Center production of "Ah, Wilderness" by Eugene O'Neill in 1998. She attended Amherst College, New York University and the Sorbonne in Paris. In 2001 she performed in a New York City stage production of "Glory of Living" with Oscar-winner Anna Paquin. Other theater credits include "The Glory Of Living", directed by Philip Seymour Hoffman, and "Bedbound", by Enda Walsh, in New York, January 2003.

She has narrated the following audiobooks: "Rain Is Not My Indian Name" by Cynthia Leitich Smith, "The Girl With the Pearl Earring" by Tracy Chevalier (winner of AudioFile award for performance), "The Secret Life of Bees" by Sue Monk Kidd (winner of AudioFile award for performance), and "Hey Nostradamus!" by Douglas Coupland.

Jenna performed voice-over for the PBS Documentary "Trading Women", which was narrated by Angelina Jolie.

In 2002 she appeared in a TV commercial for Budweiser and another for Visa Checkcard.



Jenna Lamia, with Mariska Hargitay (left), in an episode of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit"
in which she played a poor Southern grifter who faked a rape to extort money from a hotel.


 

 

 



Diane Lang as Susan Cream, episode 1-03 "Dreams on the Rocks" (uncredited)
• TV: "Late Night With Conan O'Brien" [as Chelsea Clinton's Roommate], "Saturday Night Live" [as Stripper Chaperone]
• FILM: Low Life, Simply Irresistible

To see more pictures of Diane Lang, go to the Student Body photo gallery.


 

 

 



Victor Mastroianni as the "My Eyes!!!" guy, episodes 2-09 "Blank Stare - Part 2" and 3-02 "Is Freedom Free?"
• FILM: Dead Dogs Lie
• TV: "The Daily Show" [Research Assistant, Associate Producer]
• STAGE: Nuts and Bolts [by John DeVore], Generation Beamer


 

 

 


Heather Matarazzo as Renee, episode 3-04 "Is My Daddy Crazy?"
• FILM: Storytelling, The Princess Diaries, Company Man, Blue Moon, Cherry, Welcome to the Dollhouse, The Devil's Advocate, 54, Scream 3
• TV: "Townies", "Roseanne", "Now and Again", "The Adventures of Pete & Pete"

Heather Matarazzo was born on November 10, 1982 in Long Island, New York. Until 2003 she lived at home in Long Island with her parents, Camille and Ray, who is a data processor. Heather attended BOCES Cultural Arts Center for musical theatre. She later won the Independent Spirit Award for Best Debut Performance for her starring role in Welcome to the Dollhouse. She appeared in the music video for Sheryl Crow's "A Change Would Do You Good" and in Nada Surf's "Treehouse" in 1996.

To see more pictures of Heather Matarazzo, go to the Student Body photo gallery.


 

 

 



Troy Metcalf as Troy
EDUCATION: Southwest Missouri State University: Theatre and Dance, New Actors Workshop [New York 1998]
• FILM: For Love of the Film, Spider-Man 2
• TV: "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" (Danny Nicole, 11/20/02; Gigli Boy, 8/6/03; Dove Guy, 8/12/05), "Ed" (Aaron Conway, 1/23/04; Larry Engstrom, 11/6/02) "Welcome to Eltingville" (Josh Levy)
• STAGE: Wall of Water, The Birds [by Aristophanes]

Troy was born on July 11, 1973 in Columbia, Missouri. He has a BFA in Theatre Performance from South West Missouri State University and is a Graduate of New Actors Workshop, where he studied under George Morrison, Mike Nichols, and Paul Sills. Troy occasionally appears in sketches on "Late Night with Conan O'Brien".


Matt Blumm (P.John) and Troy Metcalf at the Strangers With Candy wrap party, 9/16/2000


Troy Metcalf and Blaise Azzara in The Birds

To see more pictures of Troy Metcalf, go to the Student Body photo gallery.


 

 

 



Judson Pearce Morgan as Miles, episode 3-08 "There Once Was a Blank From Nantucket"
• FILM: The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (2006), The Double
• TV: "The Studio" (Teddy Taylor, 2005), "Angel" (Bloody Lawyer, 10/22/03), "Guiding Light", "As The World Turns" (Timmons, 6/5/01)
• STAGE: A Christmas Carol, The Seagull, Les Liaisons Dangereuses

To see more pictures of Judson Morgan, go to the Student Body photo gallery.


 

 

 



Jeremy Nagel as Daniel, episode 2-06 "The Blank Page"
• FILM: The Thomas Crown Affair
• TV: "Law & Order" (1/9/02), "Now and Again" (Craig, 11/12/99, 3/31/00), The Red Badge of Courage [for the Discovery Channel], The Golf Zone [pilot]

To see more pictures of Jeremy Nagel, go to the Student Body photo gallery.


 

 

 



Matthew Collins Newton as Alan Tiresias, episode 2-02 "Behind Blank Eyes"
EDUCATION: BA in Drama from Vassar College
• FILM: Poster Boy (formerly known as Exposed and Shallow End, Henry Kray), The Shore (Nick), National Lampoon's Van Wilder, Dahmer (Lance Bell)
• TV: "Criminal Minds" (Jordan, 10/19/05), "Drake & Josh", "Miracles" (Jimmy, 3/10/03), "Dragnet" (Greg Kovik, 2/9/03), "Gilmore Girls" (Jack Springsteen, 10/8/02), Anna's Dream (Neil Kennedy), "JAG" (P.O. Derrick Newton, 1/22/02), "Undressed" (Jeff, 2001), "Judging Amy" (Taylor Bradford, 5/9/00), "Family Law" (Sean Lundberg, 10/30/00)
• STAGE: Perpetual Patient New York Performance Works


Matt was born in New Haven, Connecticut on May 11, 1977. He graduated from Vassar College with a degree in Drama, and studied at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center in Waterford, CT. His parents own an art gallery, and his sister, Becki Newton, is also an actress.

Visit Matt's webpage:   www.mattnewton.com

To see more pictures of Matt Newton, go to the Student Body photo gallery.


 

 

 



ORLANDO ABDO PABOTOY
as Simeon / Orlando Pinatubo
EDUCATION: George Mason University, Juilliard
• FILM: City by the Sea [Will, scene deleted], In The Weeds
• SHORT FILM: I'll Shoot the Moon
• TV: "The Beat", "JAG" [Akay Anwar, 2/23/05], "Whoopi" [Nurse, 3/30/04]
• STAGE: Han Ong's Watcher [Angelo], Intermezzo {Director}, A Midsummer Night's Dream [Puck], PeregriNasyon - A Wandering Nation [Simeon], The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told, Han Ong's Middle Finger, The Romance of Magno Rubio [Magno Rubio], Savage Acts, Someone Who'll Watch Over Me {Director}, The Genet Project [Jean Genet], Manilova (short play, staged as part of a series called MANFEST)

 
 
 
Orlando Abdo Pabotoy was born to a Filipino father and an American mother (a New Yorker of Lebanese and Irish heritage) in Delapaz, Bohol, Republic of the Philippines. When he was 17 years old his family moved from Fiji to the United States.

Orlando attended George Mason University and in 1994 he transferred to The Juilliard School for the Arts. While at George Mason he appeared in Shakespeare's "Pericles" as Pericles and "The Two Gentlemen of Verona" as Launce. In early 1999 he appeared on stage in Paul Rudnick's "The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told", which also co-starred Amy Sedaris. In 1998 he co-starred in the Theatre Row Theatre production of Chris Millado's "PeregriNasyon" (Wandering Nation). Francine Russo of The Village Voice cited Orlando for his "charismatic" portrayal of Simeon (not to be confused with Jerri Blank's references to Orlando being a "simian"). He won an Obie Award (Special Citation) for his performance in 2002's "The Romance of Magno Rubio", in which he played the title character.

In the Spring of 2002, Orlando was an instructor in an Advanced Professional Training studio at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. The studio (entitled "Master Class: Physical Comedy/Clowning") was intended to show how, in theater, playfulness transcends style and the exploration of the clown is invaluable to all types of theater, from Shakespeare and Chekhov to Beckett (not to mention Sedaris). At the same time he was also Professor of a similar course at Bard College.

On "Strangers with Candy", Orlando was credited as Orlando Abdo in episodes 1-01, 1-02, 1-05, 1-06, 1-07, 1-09, 1-10, 2-01, 2-04, 2-05, and 2-06. For his other appearances he was credited as Orlando Pabotoy.

To see more pictures of Orlando, go to the Student Body photo gallery.


 

 

 



Devin Palmer as Toby, episode 1-08 "Feather in the Storm"


 

 

 



Jake Patellis as Jake, episode 3-06 "Invisible Love"
Date of birth: August 17, 1977
• TV: The Good Life (Paul Bowman), Meego (Ethan, 10/10/97), Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Dodd McAlvy, 5/5/98), George and Leo (Bag Boy, 10/6/97, 2/23, 3/16/98), Saved By The Bell: The New Class (Jack, 9/7/96), Kirk (Brad, 2/25/96)


 

 

 



Jacob Pitts as Craig Snow, episode 1-03 "Dreams on the Rocks"
• TV: "Ed" (Johnny Malone, 10/9/02), "Law & Order" (John Telford, 1/5/00), A Separate Peace, "Sex & the City" (Sam Jones, 10/8/00), We Were the Mulvaneys
• FILM: The Novice, Eurotrip, K-19: The Widowmaker, Pipe Dream, Eight, Tart, Zen and the Art of Landscaping
• STAGE: The Group [by Tom O'Brien, All Seasons Theatre Group at Ensemble Studio Theatre], Macbeth [w/Kelsey Grammer]

To see more pictures of Jacob Pitts, go to the Student Body photo gallery.


 

 

 



Ellen Pompeo as Lizzy Abrams, episode 1-08 "Feather in the Storm"
• FILM: Old School, Daredevil, Undermind, Catch Me if You Can, Moonlight Mile, Eventual Wife, At the End of the Day, Baby's In Black, 8½ x 11, In the Weeds, Coming Soon
• TV: "Grey's Anatomy" (Meredith Grey, 2005-??), "Friends" (Missy Goldberg, 2/5/04), "The Job" (Sue, 4/18/01), "Strong Medicine" (3/4/01), "Get Real" (Nina Adler, 4/12/00), "Law & Order" (Jenna Weber, 3/13/96; Laura Kendrick, 2/3/00)

To see more pictures of Ellen Pompeo, go to the Student Body photo gallery.


 

 

 



Rob Renz as Spike Jabber, episode 1-05 "Bogie Nights", episode 3-04 "Is My Daddy Crazy?" (uncredited), and episode 3-08 "There Once Was a Blank From Nantucket" (uncredited)
• FILM: Three Long Years, Jimmy Walks Away

To see more pictures of Rob Renz, go to the Student Body photo gallery.


 

 

 



Rebecca Rich as Becky Ann Bedecker, episode 1-06 "Jerri is Only Skin Deep"


 

 

 



Derek Richardson as Jared Westerly, episode 3-01 "Jerri's Burning Issue"
• FILM: Bring It On Again, Dumb and Dumberer
• TV: "Felicity" (Adam Davis, 3/27 & 4/3/02), "Law & Order" (Brad Wilder, 3/22/00)

To see more pictures of Derek Richardson, go to the Student Body photo gallery.


 

 

 



Paul Rudd as Brent Brooks, episode 3-10 "The Last Temptation of Blank"
• FILM: Wet Hot American Summer, The Cider House Rules, 200 Cigarettes, The Object of My Affection, Romeo + Juliet, Clueless
• TV: "Friends" (Mike, 2002-04), "Celebrity Poker Showdown" (BRAVO), "Wild Oats", Twelfth Night, "Deadline", "Sisters", The Great Gatsby
• STAGE: Bash, Ancestral Voices, Twelfth Night, Last Night at Ballyhoo

Paul Stephen Rudd was born on April 6, 1969 in Passaic, New Jersey. His father worked for an airline, so the family traveled a lot during Paul's early years. He was raised in Overland Park, Kansas. His father is American and his mother is English. Paul has a sister who is three years younger. Rudd attended Broadmoor Junior High School and then went on to Shawnee Mission West High School in Kansas City. After his 1987 graduation he attended the University of Kansas, majoring in theater. He graduated from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts/West in Los Angeles and participated in a three-month intensive workshop under the guidance of Michael Kahn at the British Drama Academy at Oxford University in England. Rudd helped to produce the Globe Theater's production of Howard Brenton's "Bloody Poetry", which starred Rudd as Percy Bysshe Shelley. On February 23, 2003 he married Julie Yaeger.


 

 

 



Jared Ryan (aka Jared Blank) as Paul Cotton, episode 1-07 "Let Freedom Ring"
• FILM: Heartbreak Hospital, Boiler Room, Coming Soon
• TV: "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (Will, 3/2/2001)

 

Jared Ryan was credited as Jared Blank for this March 2, 2001 appearance
on "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit". I wonder how he picked that name...


 

 

 



Winona Ryder as Fran, episode 3-10 "The Last Temptation of Blank"
• FILM: Lily and the Secret Planting, S1MONE, Deeds, Zoolander, Lost Souls, Autumn in New York, Girl Interrupted, Being John Malkovich, Celebrity, Alien: Resurrection, Looking For Richard, The Crucible, How To Make An American Quilt, Reality Bites, Little Women, The House of The Spirits, The Age of Innocence, Bram Stoker's Dracula, Mermaids, Welcome Home Roxy Carmichael, Edward Scissorhands, Great Balls of Fire, Heathers, Beetlejuice, Lucas
• TV: "Friends", "The Simpsons", "The Larry Sanders Show", "Dr. Katz Professional Therapist"

Winona Laura Horowitz was born on October 29, 1971 in Winona, Minnesota. She grew up in a ranch commune in Northern California where there was no electricity. She is the goddaughter of Timothy Leary and her parents were friends of Beat poet Allen Ginsberg and once edited a book called "Shaman Woman Mainline Lady", an anthology of writings on the drug experience in literature. She moved with her parents to Petaluma (near San Francisco) when she was ten and enrolled in acting classes at the American Conservatory Theater. At 13 she had a video audition to the film Desert Bloom (1986), but didn't get the part. Director David Seltzer, however, spotted her and cast her in Lucas (1986). When telephoned to ask how she'd like to have her name appear on the credits she suggested Ryder, as her father's Mitch Ryder album was playing the background. On November 6, 2002 Winona was found guilty of vandalism and grand theft in connection with the shoplifting charges dating back to December 12, 2001. On December 6, 2002 she was sentenced to 480 hours of community service, three years' probation, $3700 in fines, and $6355 in restitution for her arrest on shoplifting charges. She was acquitted of a third charge, burglary. Her sister, assistant makeup artist Sunyata Palmer, and her brother, production assistant Uri Horowitz, have worked behind the scenes on some of her films.

To see more pictures of Winona Ryder, go to the Student Body photo gallery.


 

 

 



Stephanie Sanditz as Trish, episode 1-10 "The Trip Back"
• FILM: Kate & Leopold, Suckers
• TV: "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" (Josie Martin, 11/23/03), "Sex & the City", "Madigan Men" (Crystal Stanfield, 10/6/00), "Law & Order" (2/28/01)
• STAGE: The Donkey Show, Jennie Richer or The Life of Eating Jalooka Fruit before it is Ripe, Bunny's Last Night in Limbo


 

 

 



Zach Shaffer as Ronnie Leggett, episode 2-07 "To Love, Honor, and Pretend"
• FILM: XX/XY
• TV: "Law & Order" (Mike, 1/20/02), "Six Feet Under" (8/19/01), The Man Who Came To Dinner

To see more pictures of Zach Shaffer, go to the Student Body photo gallery.


 

 

 



Sabine Singh as Yasmine Sarong, episode 1-06 "Jerri is Only Skin Deep"
• FILM: The Fine Line Between Cute and Creepy, The Anarchist Cookbook, Someone Like You..., Maryam, Ricky 6
• TV: Martha: Behind Bars (Alexis Stewart, 2005), "Unscripted" (2/20/05), Nancy Drew [Allison Price], "The Random Years" (Sydney, 3/19/02), "The Sopranos" (Tracy, 3/26/00), "Charmed" (Missy, 1/11/01),"Law & Order" (Allison, 4/20/99), Student Affairs, "Dawson's Creek" (Anna Evans, 1/31, 2/7/01), X-Chromosome

Sabine Erika Singh graduated from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. Before NYU and also attended The University of Michigan, as well as The British American Drama Academy in London. She also studied at Balliol College in Oxford.


 

 

 



Sarah Thompson as Brittany, episode 1-01 "Old Habits, New Beginnings"
• FILM: L.A. Twister, Malibu's Most Wanted, Cruel Intentions 2, A Wake in Providence, The Ice Storm
• TV: "7th Heaven" (Rose, 5/16/05, 5/23/05, 9/19/05, 9/26/05, 10/3/05, 10/10/05), "Angel" (Eve, 10/1/03, 10/22/03, 10/29/03, 11/12/03, 11/19/03, 1/21/04, 2/4/04, 2/25/04, 4/14/04, 5/19/04), "Line of Fire" (Bambi, 12/2/03, 12/9/03, 12/16/03, 2/3/04), "Boston Public" (Dana Poole, 10/23/00, 10/30/00, 11/6/00, 11/20/00, 4/23/01, 5/21/01, 4/22/02, 4/29/02), "Going to California" (Christina, 8/30/01), "The Division" (Madeleine Bainbridge, 6/22/03), "Touched by and Angel" (Kristie, 10/12/02), "FreakyLinks" (Delaney Park, 10/13/00), "Madigan Men" (Daria, 10/6/00), "As the World Turns" (Young Deena Silva, 5/27/99), "The Sopranos" (Lucienda, 2/7/99), "Soul Man" (Bobbi, 10/20/97, 11/4/97)


Sarah Thompson and Audrey Owen

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To see more pictures of Sarah Thompson, go to the Student Body photo gallery.


 

 

 



Eric Tonken, episode 1-05 "Bogie Nights"
• FILM: Anything Else, Dead Dogs Lie, Two Way Crossing, Beware: Children at Play


 

 

 



Virginia "Ginger" Williams as Trudy in episode 2-03 "The Virgin Jerri", Susie in episode 2-06 "The Blank Page", Wilma in episode 3-05 "Blank Relay", and Ginger in episode 3-10 "The Last Temptation of Blank"
• FILM: Aimee Price, Cruel Intentions, In & Out
• TV: "The Inside" (6/8/05), "My Wife and Kids" (Salesgirl, 2/1/05), "Jack & Bobby" (Natalie Schultz, 1/26/05), "Cold Case" (Brandi Beaudry, 11/7/04), "Ed" (Pretty girl, 10/17/01), "Sabrina the Teenage Witch", "Buffy the Vampire Slayer", "As the World Turns" (Brandy Taylor, 2001-02), "One Life to Live" (Lorna Van Skyver, 1995-96)

To see more pictures of Ginger Williams, go to the Student Body photo gallery.


 

 

 



Marty Zentz as Stoner, episode 1-10 "The Trip Back" and an uncredited appearance as a student in Noblet's class in episode 3-04 "Is My Daddy Crazy?"
• STAGE: Middle Finger [w/Orlando Pabotoy], Jack or The Submission, The Concord Players present Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs, Tavern on the Net, Marvin's Room [Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1992]
• TV: "The Adventures of Pete and Pete" (Space, Geeks, and Johnny Unitas)


(left to right) Stephanie Sanditz, Marty Zentz,
       Matt Fagan, John Hensley (who later co-starred on "Nip/Tuck")


 

 


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