Kathryn Erbewas born in Newton, Massachusetts, Erbe is a veteran of both film and television and has been a working actress since she graduated from New York University in 1989.
Erbe’s television credits include an 8 season run starring as Detective Alexandra Eames on “Law & Order: Criminal Intent” and playing the infamous death row inmate Shirley Bellenger on the acclaimed HBO series “Oz.”  She also appeared on NBC’s “Homicide: Life on the Street,” the miniseries “George Wallace,” Showtime’s original production of “Naked City: Justice with a Bullet,” NBC’s “Another World” and the television movie “Breathing Lessons.”

Erbe also gained notice in the 1999 box office hit “Stir of Echoes” opposite Kevin Bacon and “Dream with the Fishes” with David Arquette.  Her additional film credits include “Entropy,” “Kiss of Death,” “D2: The Mighty Ducks,” “Rich in Love” and “What About Bob?”  Most recently, she appeared in the feature film “Speaking of Sex” with Lara Flynn Boyle and Bill Murray. She can next be seen in the upcoming “Three Backyards.”
Before appearing in feature films, Erbe began her career on the stage.  She is a member of the Steppenwolf Theater Company and has starred in many of their productions, including Tennessee Williams’ “A Streetcar Named Desire” as Stella, “Curse of the Starving Class” and “My Thing of Love.”  She earned a Tony® Award nomination in 1991 for her portrayal of Mary in “Speed of Darkness.” Erbe is an active member of the Atlantic Theatre Company.

Erbe currently resides in New York with her two children.



Tim Guineeis an extremely prolific and versatile actor. Born in Los Angeles, he studied at the Houston High School for the Performing Arts and the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York. After graduating from the North Carolina School of the Arts, he quickly established a robust career in film and Television. He is also a respected theatre actor, having appeared on stage at The Ensemble Studio Theatre, NY Shakespeare Festival, and Lincoln Center, among many other venues.

More recent work includes roles in Ali Selim’s (Spirit Award winning) “Sweet Land”, “Iron Man I & II”, "The Good Wife", “Saving Grace”, “The West Wing”,  “24”, and “Ladder 49”. Current projects range from “The Oranges” with Hugh Laurie to “Water for Elephants” with Robert Pattinson.

He last worked with co-star Kathryn Erbe on an episode of “Law & Order Criminal
Intent”, where his soft-spoken character led the NYPD detectives down a surprisingly spine-chilling path.

Tim is married to playwright Daisy Foote, and lives in upstate NY.



Denny Dillonis an award winning television, stage, and film actress. An alumna of Saturday Night Live, she made her Broadway debut in Gypsy starring Angela Lansbury. She received a Tony nomination for her work in My One and Only starring Tommy Tune and Twiggy.

A familiar TV face, Dillon was a cast member of the '80-'81 season of SNL and won a CableACE award "best actress in a comedy series" for the HBO hit series Dream On. Other television credits include Night Court, Designing Women, Nash Bridges, Women in Prison, and Reba McEntyre Special. She starred in the title role of the FOX-TV movie: Roseanne: Portrait of a Domestic Goddess.

She made her film debut in Saturday Night Fever as Doreen, mopping John Travolta's brow. Other film credits include Garbo Talks, Only You, Ice-Age (voice), and the critically acclaimed United 93.

Denny lives in a restored farmhouse in the Hudson Valley, which houses her art gallery, The Drawing Room.

She is currently teaching improvisation at the Primary Stages Theatre School in Manhattan, and her company IMPROV NATION performs to sold-out houses.



Eddie Schweighardtwas seen most recently as "Greg" in a wildly poular episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm, in Nurse Jackie, and as "Sorrow" in the New York City Opera production of Madama Butterfly at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. He played "Young Nick" in the 2009 Stella Artois Short Film Project winner, The Perfect Time.

If Eddie's face seems familiar, it may be because he has appeared in several national print ads.

His interests include bike riding and swimming.






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