Catia Ojeda as "Nina"
CATIA OJEDA currently stars as Terri Quinn on Amazon Studios' TV show Just Add Magic and will be a recurring guest star on the upcoming Netflix show Malibu Rescue. She has appeared on a number of TV shows including Grey's Anatomy, 30 Rock, American Housewife, Hawaii Five-0, Criminal Minds, and many others. She studied theater and graduated from Marymount Manhattan College in New York City. While in New York she starred in dozens of commercials, TV shows, and theater off-Broadway and regionally, as well as starring in the national tour of The 101 Dalmatians Musical, directed by Tony Award winner Jerry Zaks. After moving to Los Angeles, she continued to work in TV, theater, film, and commercials. In 2013 she was nominated for an Ovation Award as Best Supporting Actress in a play for her performance in Theatre Banshee's play, Brendan.
Legends of the Hidden Temple (2016)
Just Add Magic (2015-current) Series regular
American Housewife (2017)
Criminal Minds (2015)
Grey’s Anatomy (2013)
30 Rock (2010)
The Black Donnellys (2007)
Law & Order (2005, 2009)
The 101 Dalmatians Musical - National Tour
America’s Brightest Star - Railroad Playhouse
It is Done - Productions in L.A. and NY
Proof - Astoria Performing Arts Center
Lend Me a Tenor - John W. Engeman Theatre
Fiddler on the Roof - Ogunquit Playhouse
Breaking Legs - Riverside Theatre, FL
Quark Victory - Williamstown Theater Festival
Cynthia Addai-Robinson as "Yasmina"
CYNTHIA ADDAI-ROBINSON was just added as a series regular to the show Power which airs on Starz. She can currently be seen as FBI Agent Nadine Memphis in USA Network’s conspiracy series, Shooter, opposite Ryan Phillippe & Omar Epps. She also starred alongside Ben Affleck and J.K Simmons in Warner Brothers’ The Accountant directed by Gavin O’Connor. She has appeared on the big screen in the 2013 sci-fi action adventure Star Trek into Darkness, and co-starred with Zoe Saldana in Colombiana. In television, she has had leading roles in Starz Spartacus series, as well as The History Channel’s miniseries Texas Rising, opposite Bill Paxton and Olivier Martinez. She is also known for her portrayal of Amanda Waller on the CW’s Arrow. She has recurred on NBC’s Chicago Med and ABC’s Flashforward. Her additional television credits include guest roles on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, The Vampire Diaries, NCIS: Los Angeles, CSI: NY, Numb3rs, Entourage, CSI: Miami and Dirt. Born in the United Kingdom to a Ghanaian mother and American father, Addai-Robinson moved to the United States at a young age, spending her formative years in a suburb outside of Washington, D.C. She fell in love with acting as a teenager and furthered her love of the theatre when she went on to pursue a degree in at the prestigious Tisch School of the Arts at NYU. Addai-Robinson currently resides in Los Angeles.
Tom Choi as "Hugo"
TOM CHOI is well known for playing Ken Yukimura on the teen fan favorite Teen Wolf on MTV which is ends its six season run. He is currently shooting Designated Survivor with Kiefer Sutherland and recently recurred on Disney’s Bizaardvark, NCIS: LA and Agent Carter and last guest-starred on Hawaii Five-0, NCIS and Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn. He also wrapped roles in the upcoming features Truth or Dare with Lucy Hale, Snatched starring Amy Schumer, Beautiful Boy starring Steve Carell. Choi is no stranger to Disney audiences. He recurred as the memorable Mr. Hashimoto on both The Suite Life on Deck and A.N.T. Farm. Tom Choi was born in Taegu, South Korea and moved to Des Moines, Iowa when he was four years old. After graduating high school, Tom moved to Seattle, Washington where he graduated from The University of Washington with a bachelor’s degree in Drama. Moving to Los Angeles, he has continued to act in film, television and many commercials. He attended the LACC School of Cinema and Television and now adds producing, directing and writing to his credits.
Milena Govich as "Prudence"
MILENA GOVICH is a director, actress, and musician. As a director, she was one of eight filmmakers selected for AFI's prestigious Directing Workshop For Women, as well as the exclusive Sony Pictures Television Diverse Directors Program. She is currently directing episodes of Chicago Med and Chicago Fire on NBC in the 2018/19 season. Her short film and TV series proof-of-concept called Unspeakable, starring Laura Vandervoort and Jeff Kober, had its World Premiere at SXSW 2018. And her short film Temporary has played all over the country winning Best Narrative Short at Anthem Film Festival, Best Dark Comedy at Atlanta ShortsFest, and the Director’s Choice Award at the Sedona International Film Festival. As an actor, she started on Broadway in the Sam Mendes/ Rob Marshall revival of Cabaret at Studio 54, among others. But she is best known for her TV work on Finding Carter (MTV), Rescue Me (FX/Denis Leary), and as the first and only female detective on the Emmy winning series Law & Order (NBC).
Dee Wallace as "The Superior"
Originally from Kansas City, Kansas, DEE WALLACE has worked as an author, teacher, dancer and actress in film, television, and stage for over 40 years. Her career began in New York where she studied with famous acting legend Uta Hagen before moving to Los Angeles where she found her mentor, Charles Conrad. With over 150 credits to her name, Ms. Wallace is a true tour de force in the industry, working with countless producers and directors and some of Hollywood’s biggest names, including Steven Spielberg, Peter Jackson, Wes Craven, Joe Dante, Lewis Teague, Stephen King, Blake Edwards and Rob Zombie.
Her many film credits include The Hills Have Eyes, The Howling, Cujo, Secret Admirer, The Frighteners, 10 and of course, her role as Mary in Steven Spielberg’s E.T., The Extraterrestrial. Ms. Wallace has just completed three films for release in 2015: False Memory Syndrome, Zombie Killers: Elephant’s Graveyard, and Flowers in December.
Ms. Wallace has starred in over twenty movies of the week and four hit television series. Other credits include Grey’s Anatomy, Switched at Birth, My Name Is Earl, The Office, Law & Order LA and Criminal Minds. She is recurring at present on GRIMM for NBC and The Whispers for ABC. Ms. Wallace is also starring in Amazon’s new series Just Add Magic to be released late 2015.