BETH BEHRS as Caroline Channing
Beth Behrs was born in Lancaster, Pa., and grew up in Lynchburg, Va. She began performing theater at age 5. When she was 15, her family relocated to Marin County near San Francisco, where Behrs began studying and performing at the Tony Award-winning American Conservatory Theater (A.C.T.). While at A.C.T., she performed in the world premiere of the musical “Dangling Conversations: The Music of Simon and Garfunkel” as well as the West Coast premiere of Jeffrey Hatcher’s play, “Korczak’s Children.” She also acted in television commercials and modeled in print ads.
Behrs was named a 2002 California Arts Scholar in Acting by Governor Gray Davis. As part of this honor, she spent the summer studying with Academy Award winner Helen Hunt at Cal Arts in Valencia, Calif. Subsequently, Behrs was accepted into UCLA’s School of Theater, Film and Television in 2004. After graduating from UCLA in 2008, Behrs won the coveted Young Musician’s Foundation Vocal Scholarship.
Behrs’ training paid off when she scored television appearances on “NCIS: Los Angeles,” on the Network, as well as “Castle.” Her feature film credits include “American Pie: Book of Love” and the upcoming indie comedy, “Serial Buddies.”
In addition to singing and acting in musical theater, Behrs is an avid runner and grew up playing competitive soccer. Throughout college, she volunteered with “Children of the Night,” an organization that assists children who have been forced into prostitution.
Currently, Behrs lives in Los Angeles. Her birth date is Dec. 26. She can be followed on Twitter @BethBehrs.
Kat Dennings became known to audiences following her roles in the feature films “The 40-Year-Old Virgin” and “Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist,” the latter of which she was nominated by the International Press Academy for a SATELLITE Award. Most recently, she starred in the movie adaptation of the comic book series “Thor.”
Her additional film credits include “Daydream Nation,” “Defendor,” “Shorts,” “The Answer Man,” “The House Bunny, “Charlie Bartlett,” “Raise Your Voice,” “Down in the Valley,” “London” and “Big Momma’s House 2.” In 2005, she was selected to participate in the prestigious Sundance Filmmaker’s Lab, where she worked with Robert Redford on director Dante Harper’s “Dreamland.”
Dennings’ television credits include “CSI: Miami,” “CSI: New York” and “Without a Trace,” on the Network, as well as “ER” and “Raising Dad.”
She was born and raised in Bryn Mawr, Pa., and currently resides in Los Angeles. Her birth date is June 13. She can be followed on Twitter @OfficialKat.
Born and raised in Chicago, Jonathan Kite was immersed in the world of comedy theater at a young age. He obtained a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater Acting from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, while concurrently studying with the improv group, Second City. In 2003, Kite moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in acting.
Kite’s television credits include “Raising Hope” and the upcoming series, “In the Flow with Affion Crockett.”
In 2010, Kite was a part of the Cage Match Competition with iO West Theater, performing head-to-head long-form improv. His team set the national cage match record, winning 52 weeks in a row.
Kite is an avid writer and is finishing his first full length feature film, “The Walk On,” which he will also star in and produce. He is an expert mimic, boasting more than 50 impressions and dialects that include Vince Vaughn, Tom Hanks, Seth Rogen, Liam Neeson and Robert Downey Jr. He is an active supporter of various autism and breast cancer charities.
Currently, Kite resides in Los Angeles. His birth date is Sept. 2.
Garrett Morris is a writer, actor, singer, composer and comedian with more than 50 years in the entertainment industry. Born and raised in New Orleans, Morris was always performing, even at a young age. As a member of the Baptist Church where his grandfather preached, he found his passion for performing while singing in the church choir and participating in the church plays. After studying voice and composition at Dillard University, he relocated to New York to continue his training in voice at Julliard.
His credits include more than 50 Broadway and Off-Broadway shows and 70 motion picture and television performances. He has also written two Off-Broadway plays. Morris’ Broadway credits include “Ain’t Supposed to Die a Natural Death” and “Porgie & Bess.” He was the collaborating director for the award-winning short film, “Lying Right Here.”
As a singer and songwriter, Morris has worked with Harry Belafonte as well as several singing groups on the east coast.
Morris was an original cast member on “Saturday Night Live.” His many television credits include “The Jamie Foxx Show,” “Martin,” “Hunter,” “The Jeffersons” and most recently, “Shameless.” His feature film credits include “Cooley High,” “Car Wash” and “Jackpot,” for which he was nominated for a Spirit Award.
Morris is the host and co-owner of The Downtown Comedy Club in Los Angeles. Currently, he resides in Los Angeles. His birth date is Feb. 1.
Born and raised in San Francisco, Moy followed his love of animation and began studying voice over. His video game voice over credits include “G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra,” “Blur” and the “White Knight Chronicles” saga.
Moy’s television credits include “Scrubs” and “The Middle.” He also appeared in the feature film, “No Strings Attached.” Currently, he studies acting at the Atwater Playhouse and Gray Studios.
Moy enjoys bungee jumping, wine tasting and cats, and is a proud supporter of Habitat for Humanity. Currently, he resides in Los Angeles. His birth date is Feb. 3.
- descriptions from CBS.com