The Cast

ROBIN WILLIAMS stars as Reverend Frank in Warner Bros. Pictures’ and Village Roadshow Pictures’ comedy “License to Wed,” distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures. Photo by Peter Sorel

ROBIN WILLIAMS (Reverend Frank) is an Academy Award-winning actor and comedian with a career that spans over three decades.

He won an Oscar for his performance in Gus Van Sant's "Good Will Hunting," and garnered previous Academy Award nominations for his work in "The Fisher King," "Dead Poets Society" and "Good Morning Vietnam." Williams has also received six Golden Globe awards, including the Cecil B. DeMille Award. Additionally, he shared the National Board of Review Best Actor Award with Robert De Niro for "Awakenings," and, in 2004, he received the prestigious Career Achievement Award from the Chicago International Film Festival.

More recently, Williams lent his voice talents to the Oscar-winning animated feature "Happy Feet," and played Theodore Roosevelt in the blockbuster holiday comedy "Night at the Museum." In the same year, he also starred in Barry Levinson's political satire "Man of the Year," the hit comedy "RV" for director Barry Sonnenfeld, and Patrick Stettner's dark thriller "The Night Listener," opposite Toni Collette.

Following "License to Wed," Williams will be seen this fall in Kirsten Sheridan's "August Rush," with Freddie Highmore, Jonathan Rhys Meyers and Terrence Howard. He is currently filming the buddy comedy "Old Dogs" opposite John Travolta. The film is slated for release in 2008.

Williams first captured the world's attention as Mork from Ork on the popular television series "Mork & Mindy." He trained at New York's Julliard School and made his cinematic debut as the title character in Robert Altman's "Popeye." He followed up with starring roles in Paul Mazursky's "Moscow on the Hudson" and "The World According to Garp," George Roy Hill's adaptation of John Irving's acclaimed bestselling novel.

His filmography also includes such hit films as Chris Columbus' "Mrs. Doubtfire," Mike Nichols' "The Birdcage," Tom Shadyac's "Patch Adams," Steven Spielberg's "Hook" and Joe Johnston's "Jumanji." Williams lent his voice talents in creating the memorable character of the Genie in the blockbuster adventure "Aladdin" and voiced the character of Fendor in the 2005 animated feature "Robots." Additionally, he was the voice of Dr. Know in Steven Spielberg's "Artificial Intelligence: AI."

Williams began his career as a stand-up comedian and is well known for his free-associative monologues. In 2002, after a 16-year absence from the stand-up scene, he hit the road with a sold-out 26-date U.S. tour. With its last stop on Broadway, the one-man show was filmed as "Robin Williams: Live on Broadway" and garnered five Emmy Award nominations.

Offstage, Williams takes great joy in supporting philanthropic efforts around the world, benefiting health care, human rights, education and environmental protection. Last year, he presented "Comic Relief 2006" with Billy Crystal and Whoopi Goldberg, a live concert to benefit families affected by Hurricane Katrina. To date, the Comic Relief organization has raised over $50 million.

JOHN KRASINSKI as Ben Murphy and MANDY MOORE as Sadie Jones in Warner Bros. Pictures’ and Village Roadshow Pictures’ comedy “License to Wed,” distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures. The film stars Robin Williams. Photo by Peter Sorel

MANDY MOORE (Sadie Jones) is a multi-talented performer who has already achieved much success as an actress and as a recording artist. Moore counts "License to Wed" as her second of three feature films to be released this year and, in June, will release her fifth record album.
Moore most recently starred opposite Diane Keaton in "Because I Said So," under the direction of Michael Lehmann. This August, Moore will star in Justin Theroux's "Dedication," with Billy Crudup, Tom Wilkinson and Bob Balaban. The film premiered at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival earlier this year. Last year, Moore appeared in Richard Kelly's "Southland Tales," which premiered at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival, and stars Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Seann William Scott and Sarah Michelle Gellar.

In Brian Dannelly's sardonic 2004 comedy "Saved!," Moore's performance as the seemingly perfect Christian girl Hilary Faye garnered much critical acclaim. The film also starred Jena Malone, Macaulay Culkin and Patrick Fugit.

Moore's additional film credits include Paul Weitz's "American Dreamz," opposite Hugh Grant, Willem Dafoe, Jennifer Coolidge, Chris Klein, Judy Greer and Dennis Quaid; John Turturro's musical "Romance and Cigarettes," with James Gandolfini, Susan Sarandon, Kate Winslet and Mary-Louise Parker; Andy Cadiff's "Chasing Liberty"; and Clare Kilner's "How to Deal." She also lent her voice talents in the live action/CGI animation family film "Racing Stripes." In 2002, Moore starred opposite Shane West in Adam Shankman's romantic drama "A Walk to Remember," for which she won an MTV Movie Award for "Breakthrough Female Performance," and performed four songs featured on the film's soundtrack.

Moore made her feature film debut playing a haughty high school cheerleader in Garry Marshall's hit family comedy "The Princess Diaries," also starring Julie Andrews, Anne Hathaway and Hector Elizondo.

On television, Moore has made appearances in NBC's popular comedy "Scrubs" and the HBO hit series "Entourage."

Moore's new record album, "Wild Hope," showcases her first foray into songwriting. All of the songs on the album were co-written by Moore in collaboration with such acclaimed singer-songwriters as Lori McKenna, Rachael Yamagata and The Weepies. "Wild Hope" will be released on June 19.

Her debut album, "So Real," went platinum after only three months on the charts, and includes the top ten single "Candy." Moore's second album, "I Wanna Be With You," was released in May 2000 and also went platinum. Her self-titled third album, another major seller, featured the hit single "Cry." Her fourth album, "Coverage," was released in October 2003 and featured a collection of classic songs by such artists as Elton John, Joan Armatrading, Todd Rundgren and Cat Stevens.

Beyond film, television and music, Moore has an exclusive line of contemporary tees and dresses based on original concepts and designs called MBLEM.

JOHN KRASINSKI as Ben Murphy and MANDY MOORE as Sadie Jones in Warner Bros. Pictures’ and Village Roadshow Pictures’ comedy “License to Wed,” distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures. The film stars Robin Williams. Photo by Peter Sorel

JOHN KRASINSKI (Ben Murphy) currently plays paper product pusher Jim Halpert on NBC's hit comedy "The Office." The show won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series in 2006 and the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Ensemble in a Comedy Series in 2007, and was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Television Series - Musical or Comedy in 2007.

On film, Krasinski recently provided the voice of Sir Lancelot in "Shrek the Third," with Mike Myers, Cameron Diaz and Eddie Murphy. He can also be seen in the upcoming indie comedy "Smiley Face," directed by Gregg Araki and starring Anna Farris, Adam Brody, John Cho, Danny Masterson and Jane Lynch. The film premiered at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival, and is scheduled for release this summer.

Krasinski is currently filming the 1920s-era romantic comedy "Leatherheads," opposite George Clooney and Renee Zellweger, under the direction of Clooney. Krasinski will play Carter Rutherford, a straight-laced college football sensation, who is hired by team owner and confirmed bachelor Jimmy "Dodge" Connelly, played by Clooney. When the sport becomes commercialized, "Dodge" finds himself falling for Rutherford's reluctant fiancee, Lexi, played by Zellweger. The film is currently scheduled for release this December.

Krasinski's other feature film credits include Christopher Guest's "For Your Consideration"; Nancy Meyers' "The Holiday"; Bill Condon's "Dreamgirls" and "Kinsey"; Sam Mendes' "Jarhead"; "Duane Hopwood"; and the animated family adventure "Doogal."

Behind the camera, Krasinski recently wrote and directed the film adaptation of David Foster Wallace's novel Brief Interviews with Hideous Men. The film stars Julianne Nicholson as a graduate student who is coping with a recent breakup by conducting probing and revealing interviews with various men.

Krasinski graduated from Brown University as an honors playwright, and later studied at the National Theater Institute.

CHRISTINE TAYLOR (Lindsey Jones) starred in the smash hit comedy "Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story," opposite Ben Stiller and Vince Vaughn, and is perhaps best-known for her role as Matilda Jeffries in the fashion industry satire "Zoolander," starring Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, Will Ferrell, Milla Jovovich and Jerry Stiller. Taylor also starred in "The Wedding Singer," with Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore, and received much attention for her performance as Marcia Brady in "The Brady Brunch Movie" and its aptly named sequel, "A Very Brady Sequel."

Upcoming, Taylor has a cameo in the romantic comedy "Dedication," starring Mandy Moore and Billy Crudup, and co-stars opposite Lisa Kudrow in the comedy "Kabluey," which will premiere at this year's Los Angeles Film Festival. Her other film credits include such films as "Desperate But Not Serious," for director Bill Fishman; "Kiss Toledo Goodbye," starring Robert Forster, Michael Rapaport and Christopher Walken; and Adam Rifkin's "Denial." She has also appeared in Andrew Fleming's "The Craft" and "Overnight Delivery," starring Reese Witherspoon and Paul Rudd.

On television, she played the lead in the 1996 sitcom "Party Girl," and has guest-starred on "My Name is Earl," "Spin City," "Friends," "Seinfeld," "Ellen" and "Murphy Brown." Taylor made her television debut as Melody Hanson on the Nickelodeon series "Hey Dude."

Outside of her career in film and television, Taylor is involved with Project A.L.S., an organization dedicated to raising funds for research towards finding effective treatments and a cure for ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease).

ERIC CHRISTIAN OLSEN (Carlisle) recently wrapped the indie comedy "Sunshine Cleaning," starring Amy Adams, Emily Blunt, Alan Arkin, Steve Zahn and Clifton Collins Jr.

Olsen recently starred in the highbraue comedy "Beerfest," for director Jay Chandrasekhar of Broken Lizard. He was also recently seen in the Tony Goldwyn-directed drama "The Last Kiss," with Zach Braff, Jacinda Barrett, Casey Affleck and Rachel Bilson. His other film credits include "Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd," "Cellular," "Not Another Teen Movie" and "The Hot Chick," along with the indie features "Local Boys" and "Mojave."

On television, Olsen currently stars in the sitcom "The Loop," from the creative team of Pam Brady and Will Gluck. His other TV credits include "Get Real," "24" and "ER."

JOSH FLITTER (Choir Boy) can currently be seen in Andrew Fleming's family mystery adventure "Nancy Drew," with Emma Roberts, Max Thieriot and Tate Donovan.

Last year, Flitter was seen on the big screen as Stewart in "Big Momma's House 2," starring Martin Lawrence and Nia Long. In 2005, he starred opposite Shia LaBeouf, playing his caddy Eddie Lowery, in "The Greatest Game Ever Played," directed by Bill Paxton.

Flitter's other film credits include "Duane Hopwood," which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, and Michel Gondry's award-winning drama "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind."

He can also be heard in the animated film "Air Buddies," as well as the upcoming "Snow Buddies" and "Horton Hears a Who."

On television, Flitter played the title role in "Stephen's Life," and made regular appearances on Bravo's "Situation: Comedy," the reality show produced by Sean Hayes in search of the next hit sitcom. Flitter's other television credits include "Phil of the Future," "All My Children," "Ed," "Prodigy/Bully," "Whoopi," "My Life with Men," "One Life to Live" and "Blue's Clues."

Flitter began acting when he was five years old and appeared in numerous commercials, including an Office Depot spot for which he won a Bobby Award.

DeRAY DAVIS (Joel) will next appear on the big screen in the Will Ferrell basketball comedy "Semi-Pro." He is a series regular on the hit MTV series "Wild 'N Out," and wrote and performed the comedy skits on Kanye West's LPs "Late Registration" and "The College Dropout."

Davis' other film credits include "School for Scoundrels," "Code Name: The Cleaner," "Scary Movie 4," "The Fog," "Johnson Family Vacation," and "Barbershop 1 & 2."

Additionally, Davis has a recurring role on "Reno 911!" and appeared in the HBO hit series "Entourage." He has also performed standup on HBO's "Def Comedy Jam," "Comedy Central Presents: DeRay Davis," Comedy Central's "Laffapalooza" and "Premium Blend," and NBC's "Late Friday."

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