After failing his last college course by one point at North Carolina State University, Zach Galifianakis moved to New York City.
His first stand up gig was in the back of a hamburger restaurant in Times Square. Zach worked as a nanny and house cleaner while doing stand up at night in clubs and coffee houses in the city. While working as a bus boy he got his first acting job on a sitcom called BOSTON COMMON for NBC. An eclectic career followed. He has been seen on a number of late night talk shows including LETTERMAN, CONAN and JIMMY KIMMEL.
Some of his films include INTO THE WILD, HEARTBREAKERS, BUBBLE BOY, BELOW, OUT COLD, and the documentary THE COMEDIANS OF COMEDY. He was a series regular playing Davis on TRU CALLING for Fox and hosted his own critically acclaimed but short-lived talk show for VH1 entitled LATE WORLD WITH ZACH. He also wrote and starred in DOG BITES MAN for Comedy Central.
Zach recently finished filming G-FORCE for Jerry Bruckheimer and Disney Studios and can be seen in the Fox feature THE HANGOVER. He also just completed the pilot SPEED FREAKS for Comedy Central.
Zach travels the country doing stand up in rock clubs, coffee houses, and universities. He splits his time between Venice Beach, California and his farm in the mountains of North Carolina.
With a genuine gift for comedy and an engaging on-screen presence, Judy Greer has quickly become one of Hollywood’s most captivating young talents.
Judy’s credits include AMERICAN DREAMZ opposite Hugh Grant and Mandy Moore; THE AMATEURS opposite Jeff Bridges; Cameron Crowe’s ELIZABETHTOWN opposite Kirsten Dunst and Orlando Bloom; M. Night Shyamalan’s THE VILLAGE opposite Joaquin Phoenix, Adrien Brody, Sigourney Weaver and William Hurt; 13 GOING ON 30 opposite Jennifer Garner; Charlie Kaufman’s critically-acclaimed ADAPTATION; THE WEDDING PLANNER; WHAT WOMEN WANT; Danny Leiner’s THE GREAT NEW WONDERFUL; WHAT PLANET ARE YOU FROM?; THREE KINGS; JAWBREAKER; IN MEMORY OF MY FATHER; THE SPECIALS and KISSING A FOOL, among others. She most recently starred in the romantic comedy 27 DRESSES, opposite Katherine Heigl and James Marsden and can be seen starring in ABC’s comedy series MISS GUIDED.
Judy is currently playing the female lead opposite Patrick Wilson in director Chris D’Arienzo’s dark romantic comedy BARRY MUNDAY. She recently wrapped production on TRAVELING opposite Jennifer Aniston and Aaron Eckhardt and the independent feature THE KEY MAN playing opposite Brian Cox and Jack Davenport, directed by Peter Himmelstein. She will next be seen in THE GO-GETTER with Zooey Deschanel and Jena Malone and THE GRAND with David Cross and Shannon Elizabeth.
Greer was born and raised in Detroit. She trained for nearly ten years in classical Russian ballet and then shifted her interest to acting.
James Le Gros
A Minnesota native, James Le Gros has appeared in over 30 films.
His credits include DRUGSTORE COWBOY, SAFE, MY NEW GUN, LIVING IN OBLIVION, POINT BREAK, THE MYTH OF FINGERPRINTS, and SCOTLAND P.A. He starred opposite Courtney Cox in the Sundance Film Festival selected film NOVEMBER and the Emmy nominated Showtime television series SLEEPER CELL. He most recently appeared in director David Fincher’s ZODIAC for Paramount and VANTAGE POINT opposite Dennis Quaid and William Hurt for Sony.
A long time traveler on the independent landscape, Le Gros is continuously inspired by the vision of the filmmakers he works with.
He resides in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Initially trained in Argentina, Maestro moved to Berlin at the age of eighteen to develop a vocal repertoire of the works of Kurt Weill and Hans Eisler.
Her first proper acting turn was in the play THE SUMMER TRILOGY by Carlo Goldoni and by 1998, she secured the coveted role of ‘Lulu’ in Wedekind’s Pandora’s Box at the San Martin Theater in her hometown of Buenos Aires, Argentina. For this she garnered an “Ace” Award for “Best New Artist of the Year.”
Since, Mia has accrued a selection of wide ranging film credits. She made her screen debut in Carlos Saura’s TANGO which received Golden Globe and Academy Award nominations for best foreign film. Other film credits include Miramax’s FRIDA directed by Julie Taymor; Mike Figgis’ digital films TIMECODE and HOTEL; HBO’s FOR LOVE OR COUNTRY: THE ARTURO SANDOVAL STORY opposite Andy Garcia; Focus Feature’s THE MOTORCYCLE DIARIES (Golden Globe nominee 2005 Best Foreign Film) based on the journals of Che Guevara; POSEIDON directed by Wolfgang Peterson; Jonathan Jakubowicz’s thriller SECUESTRO EXPRESS released by Miramax; and played Jennifer Gardner’s sister as a series regular in ABC’s critically acclaimed ALIAS.
Mia spends her free time scuba diving across the globe.
Born in Texas and raised in Tennessee, Pyle attended the North Carolina School of the Arts and moved to New York after her graduation to pursue a theatre career.
Her off-Broadway work included a role opposite John Malkovich in Steppenwolf Theater Company’s THE LIBERTINE. Pyle soon made her film debut opposite Jack Nicholson and Helen Hunt in AS GOOD AS IT GETS.
Missi can be seen opposite Queen Latifah in the smash hit BRINGING DOWN THE HOUSE; the alien Laliari in GALAXY QUEST co-starring Tim Allen and Sigourney Weaver; CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY opposite Johnny Depp; DODGEBALL: A TRUE UNDERDOG STORY with Vince Vaughn and Ben Stiller; and ANCHORMAN: THE LEGEND OF RON BURGUNDY with Will Ferrell. Her other film credits include the recent FEAST OF LOVE, co-starring Morgan Freeman; the critically-acclaimed BIG FISH and STORMBREAKER, both alongside Ewan McGregor; JUST MY LUCK, with Lindsay Lohan; and SOUL PLANE opposite Kevin Hart.
She will soon be on display in a number of upcoming feature films including SPRING BREAKDOWN, with Amy Poehler, Will Arnett and Parker Posey; PATRIOTVILLE, opposite Justin Long; MISS NOBODY, alongside Leslie Bibb and Adam Goldberg; and PRETTY UGLY PEOPLE, with Josh Hopkins. She also has a leading role in the forthcoming family film SOCCER MOM, featuring Emily Osment.
Pyle performs regularly with the all-female comedy sketch group “Bitches Funny” and often performs stand-up at such venues as The Comedy Store, The Improv and Area 51. She currently resides in Los Angeles with her two dogs, J.J. and Ellie.
D.W. Moffett was born in Highland Park, IL, a northern suburb of Chicago.
After attending Stanford University, where he majored in International Relations, he found himself back in Chicago, working as a Lending Associate in the Agribusiness Division of Continental Bank. On a whim (and perhaps a desire to leave visions of cattle-feeders in Colorado behind him) D.W. was lured to the St. Nicholas Theater Company, where he studied with, among others, William H. Macy. Shortly thereafter, having fallen in love with the stage, he became a founding member of the Remains Theatre Company. While at Remains he starred in, directed and/or produced over 40 productions including THE TOOTH OF CRIME, MOBY DICK, WAITING FOR GODOT , WOYZECK and SPEED THE PLOW. After a long and successful career on stage in Chicago, he went with John Malkovich to do BALM IN GILEAD in New York City. He then starred opposite Brad Davis in Larry Kramer’s THE NORMAL HEART at the Public Theater for which he won critical acclaim.
He appeared on Broadway in THE BOYS OF WINTER and THE REAL THING and headlined the production of CONTACT at Lincoln Center in 2001. He was most recently seen on-stage playing opposite Kevin Spacey and Jennifer Ehle in THE PHIALADELPHIA STORY at the Old Vic in London.
D.W. has had a long and successful career in film as well. He is most memorable in Bernardo Bertolucci’s STEALING BEAUTY and won a Screen Actors Guild Award for Stephen Soderbergh’s TRAFFIC.