Kaley Cuoco

Prior to THE BIG BANG THEORY, Kaley Cuoco was best known to television audiences for her role as Bridget Hennesy in the series 8 Simple Rules. Her other television credits include a recurring role on Charmed, and guest appearances on Complete Savages, Prison Break, My So-Called Life, Northern Exposure and Ladies Man.  Cuoco also starred in the cable movies Fat Like Me, Crimes of Fashion and The Hollow, and was seen in the miniseries, 10.5.  Her other television movie credits are Alley Cats Strike, Toothless, Attack of the 50Ft Woman, Growing Up Brady, and the miniseries, Dean Koontz's Mr. Murder.  Additionally, Kaley lent her voice to the animated series Brandy and Mr. Whiskers and Loonatics Unleashed.

Cucoo began her acting career at a young age, appearing in commercials and modeling.  Her first TV role was in 1992's Quicksand: No Escape opposite Donald Sutherland.  She landed her first feature film role at the age of eight in Virtuosity.  Her other film credits include Picture Perfect, Can't Be Heaven and Lucky 13.  She also appeared on stage in community theater productions of Fiddler on the Roof and Annie.

In 2012, Cucoo starred opposite Rob Lowe in the television movie Untouchable: The Drew Peterson Story.  On the big screen, she was seen in the 2011 family comedy Hop opposite James Marsden and Russell Brand.  Cuoco was also seen in The Last Ride, an acclaimed 2012 independent film which screened at several film festivals throughout the country. 

Cuoco is a gifted tennis player, and also hikes, runs, rides horses, goes to the gym and spends time with her rescue dogs.  She is also involved in several charities including EBMRF, the Humane Society, the Elisabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, Animal Avengers and PETA.

Lake Bell

Lake Bell stars in the irreverent Emmy®-winning comedy series Childrens Hospital as Dr. Cat Black, a sexy surgeon who is getting herself into all sorts of sexy situations this season.

Bell was most recently seen on the big screen in the comedy No Strings Attached, opposite Natalie Portman, Ashton Kutcher and Kevin Kline, directed by Ivan Reitman. She also starred in the second season of HBO's How to Make It in America.

Bell also recently appeared in the supernatural thriller Little Murder, opposite Terrence Howard and Josh Lucas; It's Complicated (winner of the National Board of Review's 2009 Best Ensemble) with Meryl Streep and Alec Baldwin; and the comedy A Good Old Fashion Orgy, opposite Leslie Bibb, Jason Sudeikis, Will Forte, and Tyler Labine, which debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival. In addition, Bell had a guest starring role in the hit comedy New Girl, with Zooey Deschanel.

Bell's prior film credits include What Happens in Vegas, Pride and Glory, Burning Palms and the independent film Under Still Waters, for which she received the Newport Beach Film Festival award for Outstanding Performance in Acting.

Past television credits include NBC's Surface, ABC's critically acclaimed drama Boston Legal, opposite James Spader and William Shatner, and NBC's Miss Match, opposite Alicia Silverstone. Additionally, Bell starred opposite Jeff Goldblum in the NBC telefilm War Stories, which followed journalists covering the civil war in Uzbekistan in the wake of the U.S. campaign in Afghanistan.

Bell was also proud to have her first short film accepted at the Sundance Film Festival. She wrote and directed the film Worst Enemy, a comedy about a female misanthrope (Michaela Watkins) who gets herself stuck in a full body girdle. Worst Enemy also won a special mention prize at the Dallas Film Fest.

Alan Tudyk

Alan Tudyk recently appeared in a number of television series including Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency, The Tick and Warner Bros. Television’s Powerless.  On film, he has voiced characters in Lucasfilm’s Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Ralph Breaks the Internet, and the upcoming Aladdin as well as a voiceover in Disney’s animated feature Moana. He can also be heard as Ludo and King Butterfly on the Disney Channel series Star vs. the Forces of Evil.

Tudyk was also the creator and star of the record-breaking web series Con Man. Executive produced by Tudyk, Nathan Fillion and author PJ Haarsma, the series was funded via Indiegogo, resulting in a record-breaking $3.2 million donation that had the support of more than 46,000 fans from around the world. The series explored all the crazy and real things that happen behind the scenes in the world of fandom.

Tudyk has shown audiences wide versatility in numerous television shows and a plethora of feature films. In 2015, he co-starred in the SAG Award-nominated feature Trumbo, opposite Bryan Cranston, as well as 2014’s Welcome to Me with Kristin Wiig. In 2013, Tudyk co-starred in the well-received Jackie Robinson biopic 42 as former Phillies manager Ben Chapman. He made his film debut in 1998 when he first appeared opposite Robin Williams in Patch Adams.

Tudyk’s role in the Disney’s animated feature Wreck It Ralph garnered him an Annie Award and he returned to the recording booth to voice the Duke of Weaselton in Disney’s Academy Award-winning Frozen. He continued his work with Disney Animation Studios in Big Hero 6. Tudyk has also done voice work for many other features, television shows and video games.

His film credits include Wonder Boys, 28 Days, A Knight’s Tale, Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story, Death at a Funeral, Knocked Up, Tucker and Dale vs Evil, 3:10 to Yuma, Serenity, Premature, Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter, and Transformers 3. Additionally, Tudyk motion-performed the lead robot in I, Robot, opposite Will Smith.

In television, Tudyk was a series regular on the critically acclaimed WBTV comedy, Suburgatory and he reprised his role in the Netflix revival of Arrested Development as Pastor Veal. His work on Joss Whedon’s Firefly has been highly lauded by fans and has gained him a strong cult following. Tudyk also appeared in Strangers with Candy, Dollhouse, Frasier and Justified. He also was the host of Newsreaders, written and produced by Rob Corddry and David Wain, on Adult Swim.

Tudyk attended the prestigious Juilliard School in New York and has starred on Broadway opposite Kristin Chenoweth in Epic Proportions, played Lancelot in the original cast of Monty Python’s Spamalot as well as the lead role of Peter in Prelude to a Kiss, opposite the late John Mahoney.

Ron Funches

Actor, writer and comedian Ron Funches stars as Ron, the Chief Engineer at Wayne Security, in the NBC comedy Powerless.

With a unique delivery, inventive style and easygoing demeanor, Funches has amassed a growing resume of television credits. He recently starred as Shelly on NBC’s Undateable and has been seen on Transparent, New Girl, Conan, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and several shows on Comedy Central, including Drunk History, The Kroll Show, his own half hour special, Comedy Central Presents Ron Funches and John Oliver’s New York Stand-Up Show.

Funches recently voiced the role of Cooper in DreamWorks Animation’s Trolls, co-starring Justin Timberlake and Anna Kendrick. His film credits also include Get Hard and Killing Hasselhoff.

In addition to his current role on Powerless, Funches continues to perform stand-up all over the United States impressing audiences everywhere.

Hudgens resides in Los Angeles.

Jason Alexander

Jay Scott Greenspan (born September 23, 1959), known by his stage name Jason Alexander, is an American actor, voice actor, singer, comedian, and director. Alexander is best known for his role as George Costanza in the television series Seinfeld, for which he was nominated for six consecutive Primetime Emmy Awards and three Golden Globe Awards. Other well-known roles include Phillip Stuckey in the film Pretty Woman (1990) and the title character in the animated series Duckman (1994–1997).

Alexander has had an active career on stage, appearing in several Broadway musicals including Jerome Robbins' Broadway in 1989, for which he won the Tony Award as Best Leading Actor in a Musical. He appeared in the Los Angeles production of The Producers. He was the Artistic Director of "Reprise! Broadway's Best in Los Angeles", where he has directed several musicals.

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Wanda Sykes

Wanda Sykes stars as Barb in the hit comedy The New Adventures of Old Christine, and has been nominated for a People's Choice Award for Favorite Funny Female Star for her performance.

This fall, Sykes will host The Wanda Sykes Show, a weekly late-night series featuring Sykes' biting commentary on topical issues and heated panel discussions with recurring personalities. The series will highlight Sykes' outspoken comedic perspective on current events and will also allow her to leave the studio to shoot segments in the field.

Sykes was ranked as one of the 25 funniest people in America by Entertainment Weekly, and named one of the top 100 comedians by Comedy Central. Sykes was also nominated for a 2007 Primetime Emmy® for Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Special for Wanda Sykes: Sick and Tired, which was filmed before a live audience at the Moore Theatre in Seattle. The cable comedy special covered topics such as politics, gay marriage, karma, healthcare, racial profiling, the pressure of being a woman and the perks of getting older.

Sykes began her stand-up career at a Coors Light talent showcase in Washington, D.C., where she performed for the first time in front of a live audience. After honing her stand-up skills, Sykes spent five years as part of the critically acclaimed Chris Rock Show. As a performer and writer on the show, she was nominated for three Primetime Emmys® and, in 1999, won the Emmy® Award for Outstanding Writing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Special. In 2001, she won the American Comedy Award for Outstanding Female Stand-Up Comic. She won three more Emmys® in 2002, 2004 and 2005 for her work on Inside the NFL for Outstanding Studio Show - Weekly. Sykes was also given a Comedy Central Commie Award for Funniest TV Actress.

Sykes had a recurring role on the critically acclaimed Curb Your Enthusiasm; she also voiced the puppet Gladys Murphy on the show Crank Yankers. Sykes starred in her own television series, Wanda at Large, which she also wrote and produced, and the series Wanda Does It. Sykes' other writing credits include The 74th Annual Academy Awards and The Keenan Ivory Wayans Show, and she performed an hour-long cable special called Wanda Sykes: Tongue Untied.

Sykes has also starred in the feature films Evan Almighty, starring Steve Carell, and Monster-In-Law, for which she won a BET Comedy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Theatrical Film, opposite Jennifer Lopez and Jane Fonda. She can also be seen with Luke Wilson and Uma Thurman in the romantic comedy My Super Ex-Girlfriend. Sykes lent her voice for the animated features Over the Hedge, Brother Bear 2, The Barnyard, and the television spin-off Back at the Barnyard.

In addition, Sykes is also author of the book Yeah, I Said It, a humorous collection of essays touching on life, family and current events, which hit bookstores September 2004.

Born in Portsmouth, Virginia, and raised in Maryland, Sykes graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from Hampton University.

Giancarlo Esposito

Television audiences know Giancarlo Esposito best from his iconic portrayal of drug kingpin Gustavo "Gus" Fring in the critically acclaimed award-winning series Breaking Bad, for which he won the 2012 Critics Choice Award & earned a 2012 Emmy® nomination as well.

He recently finished production on the independent thriller, Poker Night, opposite Ron Perlman, Titus Welliver & Ron Eldard -- starring as a seasoned police detective.

Esposito has appeared in notable films such as Rabbit Hole, The Usual Suspects, Smoke and The Last Holiday. His performances in Spike Lee's films Do the Right Thing, Mo' Better Blues, School Daze and Malcolm X are among his most memorable. Esposito's other film credits include outstanding performances in Alex Cross, SherryBaby, Ali, Nothing to Lose, Waiting to Exhale, Bob Roberts, King of New York and The Cotton Club. In 1995, Esposito was recognized for his incredible work in Fresh with a nomination for an Independent Spirit Award.

In 2007 through his production company, Quiet Hand Productions, Esposito made his feature directorial debut with the film Gospel Hill. He also co-starred with Danny Glover, Angela Bassett, Julia Stiles, Taylor Kitsch and Samuel L. Jackson, and the film won over nine awards at various acclaimed film festivals. Quiet Hand Productions aspires to make "conscious content" films that focus on the inspirational. The company currently has four other projects in development, in which Esposito plans to direct, produce and co-star.

Esposito's many television credits include Community, Once Upon a Time, Homicide: Life on The Street, Law and Order, Bakersfield PD, Touched by an Angel, and Kidnapped.

He is also very well-known to theatregoers for his award-winning work on stage. He recently starred in Atlantic Theatre Company's world premiere of Storefront Church, written and directed by Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award® winner John Patrick Shanley. Storefront Church was the final installment of the trilogy called Church & State, which began with Doubt. Esposito has won two Obie Awards for Zooman and The Sign at the Negro Ensemble Company and Distant Fires at The Atlantic Theatre Company, where he continues to perform and teach as a company member. His long list of Broadway credits include Sacrilege, Seesaw, Merrily We Roll Along and Lost In The Stars to name a few. He also co-starred on Broadway with James Earl Jones, Terrence Howard and Phylicia Rashad in Debbie Allen's rendition of the great classic Tennessee Williams play Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.

Jim Rash

Rash played "Mr. Grayson/Stitches", sidekick to supervillain Royal Pain, in the 2005 film Sky High. He played Fenton on That '70s Show and Andrew (the "whore house guy") on Reno 911!. He guest starred in the final episode of Friends, and played Head T.A. Philip in Slackers.

Rash and comedy partner Nat Faxon moved into screenwriting, writing a pilot in 2005 for a series entitled Adopted, about an adult who finds out his parents are not his birth parents. The show did not take off. From 2009 until the show's finale in 2015, Rash starred on Community as Craig Pelton, the dean of the community college in which the show takes place.

Rash and Faxon wrote the screenplay for The Descendants, based on the novel of the same name by Kaui Hart Hemmings. The script appeared on the 2008 edition of the Black List, which lists the most popular unproduced scripts in Hollywood at that time. The film was produced in Hawaii and starred George Clooney; it was released on November 18, 2011 to critical acclaim. The film received a Golden Globe nomination and won an Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay. Rash and Faxon co-wrote and directed the film The Way Way Back, which received a standing ovation at its premiere at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. Parts of the film are based on Rash's teenage life. Rash is also a member of the Los Angeles-based improvisational and sketch comedy troupe The Groundlings. Since 2017, he has been the official voice actor for Donald Duck universe character Gyro Gearloose in the reboot of Ducktales, taking over the role from Hal Smith who died in 1994.

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Diedrich Bader

Diedrich Bader has lent his voice to four different Batman cartoons as both heroes and villains: Batman Beyond, The Zeta Project, The Batman and now as the star of Batman: The Brave and the Bold, where he voices the Dark Knight himself.

Having a deep and easily recognizable voice, Bader is a natural choice for a voice actor and has had roles in such animated features as Ice Age, The Simpsons, Surf's Up, Buzz Lightyear of Star Command and The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy. He has lent his voice to a number of television series, including The Simpsons, King of the Hill and Hercules.

Bader has also appeared on popular television series such as CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Monk, Shark, The Drew Carey Show, Frasier, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Quantum Leap, Cheers, 7th Heaven and Danger Theatre.

Known for his comedic timing and imposing presence, Bader has appeared in numerous films, such as Napoleon Dynamite, Balls of Fury, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, Office Space, Miss Congeniality 2 and Bram Stoker's Dracula.

Tony Hale

TONY HALE is a two-time Emmy Award-winning actor and author best known for his role as Gary Walsh, the downtrodden personal aide to Julia Louis-Dreyfus’s Vice President Selina Meyers on HBO’s Emmy Award-winning political comedy, “Veep.” Hale won two Emmys for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for “Veep” in 2013 and 2015 and was nominated in the same category in 2014, 2016 and 2017. “Veep” recently concluded their critically acclaimed 6th season, racking up a total of 11 Emmy nominations.

Hale has appeared in a wide variety of critically acclaimed television programs and films throughout his career. Prior to “Veep,” he co-starred as the socially awkward Buster Bluth on the ground-breaking, Emmy Award-winning series “Arrested Development,” which aired on Fox from 2003 to 2006 and was later picked up for additional seasons on Netflix in 2013. The newest season is currently in production and scheduled to stream in 2018. In 2013, Hale was also seen alongside Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy in the Paul Feig directed action-comedy “The Heat,” which grossed over $229 million worldwide. Wrapping up 2017, Hale starred in the dramedy film “Brave New Jersey,” alongside Anna Camp, Heather Burns and Grace Kaufman.

Most recently, Hale joined the cast of the coming-of-age film “Simon Vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda,” alongside Nick Robinson, Josh Duhamel and Jennifer Garner. The film is now in post-production and set to hit theaters in 2018.

In 2015, he co-starred with Kristen Stewart and Jesse Eisenberg in the action-comedy “American Ultra,” and starred as the villain in the animated/live-action film “Alvin and the Chipmunks: Road Chip.” Last summer, Hale lent his voice alongside Jason Sudekis, Danny McBride, Bill Hader and Maya Rudolph in the animated film “Angry Birds,” based on the hit mobile video game. “Angry Birds” generated over $349 million worldwide at the box office. His other notable film credits include “The Informant,” “Happythankyoumoreplease” and “Stranger than Fiction.”

In 2014, Hale released his first children’s book, Archibald’s Next Big Thing, under Boxing Clever Publishing. The book, penned by Hale, follows a young chicken named Archibald who is always looking for his next “big thing” instead of realizing all the big and beautiful things around him. The theme of the book stemmed from Hale’s own struggle of always looking for his next acting role instead of staying present and being in the here and now.

Hale grew up in Tallahassee, Florida, where he attended The Young Actors Theatre. He then continued on to study acting at The Barrow Group Theatre Company in New York.

Christopher Meloni

Already one of Hollywood's most successful television actors, Christopher Meloni also stars in a number of diverse feature films and was most recently seen in the summer blockbuster Man of Steel and the hit drama 42 - both from Warner Bros. Pictures.

Meloni next stars in Small Time, with Bridget Moynahan and Dean Norris, scheduled for release in spring. This fall, he co-stars with Josh Brolin, Bruce Willis, Jessica Alba, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Eva Green and Mickey Rourke in Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, the sequel to 2005's screen adaptation of Frank Miller's highly regarded graphic novel. He also has two other upcoming films: They Came Together, directed by David Wain and also starring Paul Rudd, Amy Poehler and Ed Helms; and White Bird in a Blizzard, based on the book of the same name by Laura Kasischke, with Shailene Woodley and Eva Green.

The Washington, D.C., native studied acting at the University of Colorado, Boulder before graduating with a degree in history. Meloni worked in construction and as a bouncer before breaking into acting, studying his craft in New York with legendary teacher Sanford Meisner. His television breakout role was on NYPD Blue, opposite Kim Delaney. That led to being cast in the gritty cable series Oz, playing the psychotic, bisexual murderer "Chris Keller," in an ensemble cast that also included J.K. Simmons, Lee Tergesen and Rita Moreno.

In 1999, he landed his starring role on the popular and long--running series Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, with Meloni working on both series simultaneously until Oz ended its run in 2003. He continued on Law & Order: SVU for 12 seasons, earning an Emmy® nomination for his performance as "Detective Elliot Stabler." Meloni returned to television last year for a major arc on the award-winning cable series True Blood.

Meloni's other big screen credits include the Terry Gilliam films Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and Twelve Monkeys; the Wachowskis' first film, Bound; the romantic comedy Runaway Bride, with Richard Gere and Julia Roberts; and Nights in Rodanthe, with Gere and Diane Lane. Additional credits include Wet Hot American Summer, Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle and its first sequel, Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay.

Meloni currently resides in New Canaan, Connecticut, with his wife and two children.