About the Cast
BONNIE BEDELIA began her career in the New York theater, starring in no less than five plays on Broadway before making her film debut in The Gypsy Moths. She was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for her performance in the 1983 film Heart Like a Wheel and for an Independent Spirit Award for The Prince of Pennsylvania (1988). She is best known for her role as Holly Gennero McClane in the action films Die Hard (1988) and Die Hard 2 (1990), as well as the movies They Shoot Horses, Don’t They? (1969), Violets are Blue (1985) with Kevin Kline, and Presumed Innocent (1993) opposite Harrison Ford. Ms. Bedelia also received two Emmy Awards nominations, for the Lifetime drama series The Division and as family matriarch Camille Braverman in the NBC drama series, Parenthood (2010–2015). In 2017, she appeared in the second season of Designated Survivor, as the mother-in-law to the President of the United States.
MELISSA FUMERO was born in West New York, New Jersey and raised in Lyndhurst as Melissa Gallo. She is an actress, known for Brooklyn Nine-Nine (2013-2019), Gossip Girl (2007-2010) and One Life to Live. She has been married to David Fumero since 2007. They have one child.
DAVID FUMERO (born on December 29, 1972 in Havana, Cuba) is a Cuban-American actor and former male fashion model. Fumero is best known for his role as Cristian Vega on One Life to Live. His credits include Power (2015-2017), Where’s Daddy (2017) and guest appearances on CSI: Miami, CSI: New York and NCIS: Los Angeles.
KIMBERLY LEEMANS is a native of Miami, Florida whose first big break came when she became one of 13 finalists to make it “in the house” of America’s Next Top Model, Cycle 9. She’s been seen on Gossip Girl, Life on Mars, Cupid, Law and Order, and HBO's How to Make it in America. Her recent credits include Walking Dead, Grindhouse Radio, Nashville, and the Hallmark film Royally Ever After.
RYAN KLONTZ is a singer and actor from Redmond, Oregon who has recently played Juan Perón in Evita. His other theatrical roles include Evil Dead, the Musical, Jamie Wellerstein in The Last Five Years, Dennis Dupree in Rock of Ages, and William Blore in And Then There Were None.
MARY KILPATRICK is a former Broadway actress and dancer (Oh, Calcutta!, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers) who now lives and performs in Bend, Oregon. Her recent theater credits include an original stage production of Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? and The Lost Virginity Tour. She directed and co-starred in an acclaimed production of David and Lisa, and co-founded BEAT Children’s Theatre with her husband, Howard Schor, where she directed over 30 shows.