BEN ROSENFIELD is a series regular on HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire,” which is entering its final season. He starred opposite Anne Hathaway and Li Jun Li in the musical feature Song One (produced by Jonathan Demme), which premiered at Sundance 2014 and garnered great buzz.

Rosenfield will next be seen in Trevor White’s Jamesy Boy, alongside Taissa Farmiga, Mary-Louise Parker and James Woods, and Louder than Words, directed by Anthony Fabian. He is currently filming J.C. Chandor’s A Most Violent Year, starring Jessica Chastain, Oscar Isaac and Ashley Williams. Also in the works is a film to be directed by Hannah Fidell and produced by Mark Duplass.

The actor launched his career in the leading role opposite Carey Mulligan in “Through a Glass Darkly,” the Off Broadway play directed by David Leveaux. He then played the title role in Dan Algrant’s Greetings from Tim Buckley, which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival and screened at Tribeca as well.

Rosenfield was honored to participate in the highly successful New York Philharmonic’s concert production of “Carousel” at Avery Fisher Hall, which was broadcast on PBS. He was asked to be a part of Nylon magazine’s “Young Hollywood” issue, which highlights Hollywood’s hottest up-and-coming actors.


GRANT GUSTIN is currently preparing for his role as Barry Allen, aka the Flash, for the CW. The role was successfully introduced on the series “Arrow” and Gustin’s role will now be spun off into its own series. The Flash is one the most popular of DC Comics’ universe of superheroes.

Born and raised in Norfolk, Virginia, Gustin has always enjoyed performing. While still in high school, he attended the prestigious Governor’s School for the Arts program and focused on musical theater. There, he appeared in productions of “Cabaret,” “All Shook Up” and “Little Shop of Horrors.”

After graduation Gustin was admitted into the B.F.A. music theater program at Elon University in North Carolina. It was during his sophomore year that he decided to audition for the Broadway revival tour of “West Side Story.” Cast in the role of Baby John, Gustin toured the country and completed more than 400 performances.

After wrapping the tour, Gustin joined the third season of the popular musical series “Glee.” As Sebastian Smythe, the lead singer of Dalton Academy’s Warblers, Gustin was given several solos and sang popular covers of “Glad You Came” and “Smooth Criminal.”

Other television credits include playing twins on CBS’ “CSI: Miami,” a recurring role on the long-running teen drama “90210” and the lead role in the Lifetime movie “A Mother’s Nightmare,” opposite Annabeth Gish.



GREGG SULKIN is a versatile actor, probably best known for his role on the Emmy Award®-winning Disney Channel series “Wizards of Waverly Place.” He played Mason Greyback, a werewolf who dated spell-caster Alex Russo, played by Selena Gomez.

Sulkin’s addition to “Wizards” coincided with skyrocketing ratings and after four successful seasons, the record-breaking series finale scored a viewership of 9.8 million. Most recently, he starred in Isabelle Coixet’s Another Me, co-starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers and Sophie Turner, which premiered at the 2013 Rome Film Festival.

Sulkin plays the lead role in MTV’s much-anticipated series “Faking It,” set to premiere on April 22, 2014. He can next be seen in Lifetime’s “A Daughter’s Nightmare,” opposite Emily Osment. He also recently wrapped production in Europe on Reg Traviss’ crime-thriller “Anti-Social,” in which he has the lead role of Dee, a graffiti artist.

Sulkin made his acting debut in 2006, starring alongside Helena Bonham Carter in the coming-of-age dramedy Sixty Six. The story revolves around a bar mitzvah that conflicts with the 1966 World Cup Final.

In 2011 Sulkin received the “Rising Star” award at the EuroCinema Hawaii Awards for his starring role in White Frog, a controversial indie co-starring Tyler Posey and Harry Shum Jr. In 2012 he appeared alongside Samantha Mathis and Adelaide Clemens in Camilla Dickinson, based on the Madeleine L’Engle novel Camilla.

Sulkin landed his first television series in the Disney Channel U.K. comedy “As the Bell Rings.” He was featured in a two-part, special episode of the CBBC sci-fi show “The Sarah Jane Adventures,” titled “The Mad Woman in the Attic.”

After starring opposite Brittany Robertson in the Disney Channel original movie “Avalon High,” Sulkin joined the casts of two ABC Family shows: the hit teen drama “Pretty Little Liars,” as fan favorite Wesley Fitz, and the comedy “Melissa & Joey.”

Born and raised in London, Sulkin is an avid sports fan who grew up loving soccer and played professionally for the London club teams Queens Park Rangers and West Ham United. When he isn’t acting, Sulkin loves attending L.A. Galaxy games and playing impromptu pick-up games with his friends.



SAMANTHA MATHIS (Bunny Miller) has crafted a distinguished career in television, film and theater. Mathis has appeared in several successful adaptations of works by Stephen King: the CBS smash “Under the Dome,” playing the recurring role of Alice Calvert; TNT’s highly acclaimed miniseries

“Nightmares & Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King,” alongside Jeremy Sisto; and “’Salem’s Lot,” opposite Rob Lowe, Andre Braugher and Donald Sutherland.

Mathis recently wrapped AMC’s pilot “Line of Sight,” in which she stars alongside David Morrissey (well-known for his role as the Governor on “The Walking Dead”).

Additional television credits include the series “First Years,” the PBS telefilm “Collected Stories,” the critically lauded miniseries “The Mists of Avalon,” the Hallmark Channel movie “A Stranger’s Heart,” the Showtime movie “Fathers and Sons,” opposite Kathy Baker, Clea DuVall and Bradley Whitford; “Mitch Albom’s For One More Day,” presented by Oprah Winfrey; and the Lifetime movie “Unanswered Prayers,” based on the hit Garth Brooks song of the same name.

In the series space, Mathis has had arcs on shows such as “Grey’s Anatomy,” “NYC 22” and HBO’s critically acclaimed “Curb Your Enthusiasm.”

Mathis burst onto the film scene in Pump Up the Volume opposite Christian Slater, followed by The Thing Called Love, alongside River Phoenix. Other film credits include Atlas Shrugged: The Strike, Camilla Dickinson, The Punisher, Attraction, The Simian Line, American Psycho, Broken Arrow, The American President, How to Make an American Quilt, Jack and Sarah, Little Women, This Is My Life, The Music of Chance, Touched, Believe in Me, Local Color, The New Daughter, Order of Chaos and Lebanon, PA.

Mathis has made many notable stage appearances. Most recently she was seen on Broadway alongside Jane Fonda and Colin Hanks in Moisés Kaufman’s “33 Variations,” a role she reprised with Fonda in 2011 at Los Angeles’ Ahmanson Theater.

In 2002, Mathis made her Broadway debut in Arthur Miller’s “The Man Who Had All the Luck,” alongside Chris O’Donnell. She also starred opposite Tony Award®-winner Linda Lavin in “Collected Stories” at the Geffen Playhouse and was seen in “Fortinbras” at the Signature Theater in New York.

Mathis is a native of New York City.


NICOLA PELTZ is emerging as a force to be reckoned with in the acting world. She will next be seen alongside Mark Wahlberg and Jack Reynor in Michael Bay’s Transformers: Age of Extinction. Peltz portrays Tessa, the daughter of a mechanic (Wahlberg) who makes a major discovery

that catches the attention of the Autobots and their enemies the Decepticons. The fourth in the blockbuster series of live-action films, it will be released by Paramount on June 27, 2014.

On the small screen Peltz is currently reprising her role as Bradley Martin, a troubled high school student, in the second season of A&E’s critically acclaimed drama “Bates Motel.” Starring Freddie Highmore and Vera Farmiga, the series is a modern re-imagining and prequel to the 1960 Alfred Hitchcock classic Psycho.

OIn 2012 Peltz starred alongside Melanie Lynskey and Campbell Scott in Eye of the Hurricane, a compelling family adventure about a small Everglades community struggling to put their lives back together in the wake of a devastating hurricane.

OIn 2010 Peltz starred in M. Night Shyamalan’s The Last Airbender, opposite Dev Patel and Jackson Rathbone. Based on the first season of Nickelodeon’s animated series “Avatar: The Last Airbender,” the film was written, directed and produced by Shyamalan.

Peltz made her feature film debut in Deck the Halls (2006), opposite Danny DeVito, Matthew Broderick and Kristin Chenoweth.

OA New York native, Peltz made her stage debut in 2007 opposite Jeff Daniels and Alison Pill in Joe Mantello’s Olivier Award-winning production of “Blackbird” at the Manhattan Theatre Club.



STEVE GUTTENBERG (Philip Miller) has starred in more than 50 films including a dozen grossing more than 0 million at the U.S. box office. With leading-man looks and critically acknowledged comedic and dramatic chops, Guttenberg is one of Hollywood’s favorite actors of the last 30

years. In December 2011 Guttenberg’s contributions were honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Guttenberg’s big-screen successes include four fantastically successful film series: Police Academy, Three Men and a Baby, Short Circuit and Cocoon. He has also appeared in such acclaimed dramatic hits as Barry Levinson’s Diner, Franklin Schaffner’s The Boys from Brazil and Curtis Hanson’s The Bedroom Window.

Guttenberg produced (and can also be seen in) the indie feature A Novel Romance, co-starring Shannon Elizabeth and Milena Govich. The film won best feature honors at the New York Film and Video Festival. Previously, Guttenberg starred in the independent features Fatal Rescue, a German thriller, and Cornered, in which he was cast against type as a serial killer.

Among the actor’s many notable directorial efforts is P.S., Your Cat Is Dead! the film version of the respected James Kirkpatrick play. Guttenberg also starred in, wrote and produced this adaptation.

Guttenberg’s many notable television credits include “The Day After,” the landmark post-nuclear-war thriller and second-highest-rated telefilm ever. He earned great reviews for his recurring guest appearances on the hit show “Veronica Mars” and producer Rob Thomas cast the actor again on his cult classic “Party Down,” starring Lizzy Caplan and Adam Scott.

Guttenberg’s “The Poseidon Adventure,” a three-hour Hallmark special airing on NBC, was the highest-rated TV movie in more than two years and received more enthusiastic reviews than the big-screen remake that followed it. Additionally, his two “Single Santa” Christmas specials debuted as the highest-rated productions ever for the Hallmark Channel. Guttenberg was also seen in “Miracle on Ice,” portraying the goalie on the U.S. men’s hockey team that claimed Olympic gold.

During the 2012 Broadway season, Guttenberg appeared in “Relatively Speaking,” a collection of three one-act comedies directed by John Turturro and written by esteemed scribes Ethan Coen, Elaine May and Woody Allen. Guttenberg starred in Allen’s “Honeymoon Hotel,” about a wedding day gone awry.

Guttenberg wishes to use the power of fame for the good of society, and a project that remains close to his heart is the “Guttenhouse” project. The actor initiated the project to house selected kids who are phased out of (kicked out of) foster care programs and would otherwise wind up on the streets. Kids receive private bedrooms, the use of computers, regular oversight by a trained social worker and Guttenberg’s own mentoring. He is currently working to create his next complex to provide the safe housing and sound social direction that can help former foster kids stay off the streets.

In a Hollywood of great philanthropy, Guttenberg stands out because his charitable efforts are so personal and hands-on. He was lauded by the Red Cross for his work in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. Without publicity, he flew to Houston to become a Red Cross volunteer and worked 16-hour days sanitizing beds and toys as well as attending to children, the ill and the dying. Having learned the hard-earned rewards of such work, he then campaigned nationally to recruit desperately needed volunteers.

Guttenberg headed up a campaign that raised million to provide glasses for 50,000 sight-challenged youngsters whose families could not afford eye care. He also spearheaded important national campaigns for the Entertainment Industry Foundation.