Elizabeth Greer has been cast in recurring and guest starring roles on many TV series, including Ray Donovan, Video Game High School, Cold Case, The Shield, My Own Worst Enemy, Charmed, West Wing, Before We Go To Sleep and more. She was also cast in such features as Smiley (playing Caitlin Gerard’s mother), The Gunrunner Billy Kane, Interference, Transformers 1.5, Fickle or Fair, In Embryo, Medicine Men and The Sphere and the Labyrinth. She appeared in the awarded short, Sexting, written and directed by Neil LaBute. She has performed leading roles in over 70 plays at such venues as the Yale Repertory Theater, EST-LA, The Open Fist, Lincoln Center, The American Jewish Theater, the Skirball Center and many more. She received her BFA from NYU Tisch and her MFA from the Yale School of Drama.
John’s acting career began in 1988, initially showing up in beer commercials and music videos. After extensive study, stage work, and commitment to the Meisner technique, his roles improved considerably, booking several guest starring roles on a handful of Miller/Boyett Production situational comedies. Then came John’s first significant film role, cast as ‘Fector’ in Nancy Savoca’s anti-war love story Dogfight. Since then, John’s stock has risen steadily year after year, appearing in all of television’s top rated programs while continuing a substantial and recognizable presence in television commercials, and supporting roles in several notable films.
John Lacy continues to work steadily in television and film, as well as establishing a reputation as a career coach and motivational speaker for aspiring talent getting in to the entertainment business. His mentoring platform, The Artist Process, has been instrumental in developing and cultivating some of the most promising young actors in Hollywood.
While he is typically cast as the businessman, the Dad or the average guy next door, Paul is a veteran character actor who embraces the challenges of playing a wide variety of roles. He began his career at Canada’s Stratford Festival, appearing in four productions as a member of John Neville’s inaugural company. After working steadily in commercials and theatre in the Toronto area, he moved to Los Angeles, where he continues to act in television, film, commercials and voiceover. He has continued to work on stage, as well, most notably with Ray Bradbury’s Pandemonium Theatre Company, appearing in the highly-acclaimed eight-month run of “Fahrenheit 451”.
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