YANNICK BISSON — John CAHOON — is an internationally known and award-winning actor best recognized as the clever Detective William Murdoch in the 10-season TV crime drama MURDOCH MYSTERIES, sold in 110 territories, including China.Feature film credits include Toronto International Film Festival selection CASINO JACK, NOTHING REALLY MATTERS, TOO LATE TO SAY GOODBYE, THE SECRETS OF COMFORT HOUSE, and ANIMAL 2. He also has appeared on the TV series SUE THOMAS: F.B.EYE, HIGH TIDE, NOTHING TOO GOOD FOR A COWBOY, and the Showtime drama SOUL FOOD.
S EPATHA MERKERSON
S EPATHA MERKERSON — LIZ Bloomington — is a theatrical force on stage and screen in both television and film. Exalted for her three-time Image Award-nominated role as the smart and shrewd Lieutenant Anita Van Buren on the TV crime drama LAW & ORDER, she now plays Sharon Goodwin on CHICAGO MED. Feature film credits include THE CHALLENGER, LINCOLN, MOTHER AND CHILD and SEXUAL HEALING. She also claimsa long list of Broadway and off-Broadway credits and honors that include Drama Desk Award and Tony Award nominations for Best Actress in THE PIANO LESSON, a 1992 Obie Award for her performance in I’M NOT STUPID, and a 1998 Helen Hayes Award for her starring role in the Washington DC Studio Theater production of THE OLD SETTLER.
MICHAEL CRISTOFER — ROBIN Wilcox — is a distinguishedscreen and stage actor, writer and director whose credits includeEMOTICON, THE GIRL IN THE BOOK, THE OTHER WOMAN, FIVE FLIGHTS UP, and CHRONIC, as well TV series RUBICON, SMASH and, currently, MR ROBOT. Stage performances include ROMEO AND JULIET (NY Shakespeare Festival), TRUMPERY, BODY OF WATER, DON'T GO GENTLE (MCC Theater), and A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE. Awarded a Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award for the Broadway production of his play, THE SHADOW BOX, he also wrote the script. Directing credits include GIA, which won a Director’s Guild Award and was nominated for 5 Emmys, BODY SHOTS and ORIGINAL SIN.
CELIA IMRIE — Joan ERIKSON — is an accomplished and celebrated award-winning actor who starred in the critically acclaimed THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL and its sequel THE SECOND BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL as well as BRIDGET JONES’S DIARY, CALENDAR GIRLS, THE EDGE OF REASON, WIMBLEDON, NANNY MCPHEE, and STAR WARS - THE PHANTOM MENACE. Nominated for Best Actress in the Tony and Olivier Award-winning comedy NOISES OFF at The Old Vic Theatre, she possesses a rich theatrical repertoire that includes an Oliver Award for Best Actress in ACORN ANTIQUES: THE MUSICAL andThe Clarence Derwent Award for Best Supporting Actress in THE SEA. A novelist, Celia penned the Sunday Times best-selling novel “Not Quite Nice” and its sequel “Nice Work (If You Can Get It)”. Her recent film releases include BRIDGET JONES’S BABY and ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS- The Movie.