An actor of incredible range and emotional depth, MICHAEL KEATON (Jonathan Rivers) gained national attention in the hit comedy Night Shift, followed by starring roles in such films as Mr. Mom, Johnny Dangerously and Dream Team.
In 1998, he earned the Best Actor award from the National Society of Film Critics for Clean and Sober and Tim Burton’s Beetlejuice. Keaton re-teamed with Burton to play the title role in the international blockbusters Batman and Batman Returns.
Keaton also starred as Robert Weiner in HBO’s critically acclaimed Live From Baghdad. He received a Golden Globe nomination for his role in the film, which was based on a true story of the CNN crew who reported from Baghdad during the Gulf War.
Most recently Keaton completed a starring role as the President of the United States in First Daughter for 20 th Century Fox Studios. Keaton is a member of American Rivers.
A British Columbia native, DEBORAH KARA UNGER (Sarah Tate) studied philosophy and economics at the University of Victoria before becoming the first Canadian to be accepted into the highly regarded Australian National Institute of Art.
After graduating in 1988, she turned her attention to acting and landed her first role in the award-winning TV drama Bangkok Hilton, starring alongside Nicole Kidman. She made her feature film debut in 1990’s Prisoners of the Sun and has since had featured roles in The Game with Sean Penn and Michael Douglas, Sunshine with Ralph Fiennes and The Salton Sea with Val Kilmer, among others. Most recently, Unger gained attention for her riveting turn in the critically acclaimed Thirteen, with Holly Hunter and Evan Rachel Wood, and opposite John Travolta and Scarlett Johansson in A Love Song for Bobby Long.
CHANDRA WEST (Anna Rivers) has been keeping herself busy in both feature films and television. She is currently seen as Jennifer Devlin, the troubled girlfriend of Mark-Paul Gosselaar’s Detective Clark, on the ABC series NYPD Blue. Previously she starred in the short lived but critically acclaimed NBC series Mr. Sterling, with Josh Brolin, and in the edgy drama Water’s Edge, with Nathan Fillion and Emmanuelle Vaugier. West also starred with Val Kilmer in Castle Rock’s character-driven thriller The Salton Sea, which received wide praise from critics.
Other feature film credits include 20th Century Fox’s The First Twenty Million Is Always the Hardest, with Adam Garcia and Rosario Dawson, and The Perfect Son, which was an official selection in the Toronto and New York Film Festivals in 2000. In television, West’s credits include such popular and diverse favorites as CBS’s CSI and the television movies The ‘70s, produced by Denise Di Novi, and Revenge of the Land, directed by John Smith. Originally from Edmonton, Canada, Chandra currently resides in Los Angeles.
Before breaking into British television and film, IAN McNEICE (Raymond Price) spent two years at the Salisbury Playhouse and attended the highly respected London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. After graduating from LAMDA, he began an extensive theater career, including four years with he Royal Shakespeare Company.
His tenure with the Company concluded with a Broadway run of Nicholas Nickleby. McNeice then went on to a starring role in the BAFTA award-winning British television series Edge of Darkness. His American film breakthrough was playing opposite Jim Carrey as Fulton Greenwall in Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls. His lengthy and impressive list of feature film and television credits on both sides of the Atlantic also includes From Hell, A Life Less Ordinary and most recently, Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason.