Brec Bassinger

Brec Bassinger (born May 25, 1999) is an American actress, best known for her lead role as Bella Dawson on the Nickelodeon series Bella and the Bulldogs, her recurring role as Emma in The Haunted Hathaways, her part as Roni Sweetzer in the Hulu show All Night, and her role as Maxie in the 2018 movie Status Update.

Bassinger resides with her mother, while the rest of her family remains in Texas. She used to play basketball, volleyball, and ran track/field. Bassinger used to be in beauty pageants and was a Our Little Miss World Winner. She has two older brothers named Beric and Brice. She has Type 1 Diabetes. Before becoming an actress, she was a competitive cheerleader.


Yvette Monreal

Yvette Monreal is a multi-talented actress, portraying an array of complex and powerful characters that continue to grow her career in film and television.

Monreal can soon be seen in a leading role in DC Universe’s “Stargirl” alongside Brec Bassinger and Luke Wilson. Her character is currently unannounced, but she is part of the central group of teens that makeup the new Justice League of America with incredible costuming and action. The new DC drama series is set to premiere on The CW and DC Universe second quarter 2020. The CW will broadcast each episode of the series the day after its debut on the streaming service, with new episodes dropping weekly. In addition, every episode will be available to stream on The CW’s digital platforms following the linear broadcast. After the season finale, the full season will be available on The CW’s digital platforms as well.

Monreal was recently seen in Adrian Grunberg’s “Rambo V: Last Blood” opposite Sylvester Stallone. The fifth installment of the franchise finds Rambo crossing the U.S./Mexican border to confront the full might of Mexico’s most violent drug cartels when the daughter of one of his associates is kidnapped.  Monreal portrays the role of the virtuous and supportive ‘Gabrielle’ who helps take care of ‘Rambo’ on his ranch and looks up to him as a protector before she is kidnapped and trafficked by the cartel. Lionsgate debuted the trailer at Cannes and released the film on September 20 th worldwide.

Previously, Monreal starred on Robert Rodriguez’ series “Matador” and was also seen in Universal’s “Lowriders” opposite Gabriel Chavarria, Demian Bichir and Theo Rossi. The film is an inspirational drama that is set in the East Los Angeles world of lowrider cars and street tagging. The story follows a teen (Chavarria) caught between his traditional father (Bichir) and his estranged gangbanger brother, ‘Ghost’ (Rossi), who are both competing in the annual lowrider “Supershow.” Monreal starred as the romantic interest for Chavarria, taking on the role of the smart and talented ‘Claudia,’ a fellow tagger who also has a scholarship to Columbia University. Monreal’s early television work includes memorable arcs on MTV’s “Faking It” and ABC Family’s “The Fosters.”

Monreal currently resides in Los Angeles.

Anjelika Washington

Washington was previously a series regular on the Amazon pilot The Legends of Master Legend, starring opposite John Hawkes’. She also guest starred on Showtime’s Shameless and CBS’s Young Sheldon, as well as appearing in the Go90 web series Versus. Anjelika has also portrayed a comic character before on Marvel's Runaways.

Christopher James Baker

Christopher James Baker is an Australian actor and writer. He is know for his roles on True Detective and Ozark. This, however, won't be Baker's first time portraying a comic book character. He was Raymond Earl on Fox's Gotham.

Joel McHale

Joel Edward McHale (born November 20, 1971) is an American comedian, actor, writer, television producer, and television host. He is known for hosting The Soup and portraying Jeff Winger on the NBC/Yahoo! sitcom Community.

McHale was born in Rome, Italy, where his father, Jack McHale, worked as Dean of Students at Loyola University Rome Center. His mother, Laurie, is from Vancouver, Canada; and his father is from Chicago, Illinois. Of Irish and Norwegian descent, he was raised Catholic. He grew up on Mercer Island, Washington, and briefly in Haddonfield, New Jersey, near Philadelphia, before returning to his native Washington state. He attended Mercer Island High School.

McHale received a bachelor's degree in History from the University of Washington (1995) and briefly belonged to Theta Chi.

He was recruited to be on the rowing team but later joined the football team. Though most of his teammates received athletic scholarships, McHale was a walk on playing tight end for two years.[7] He received a Master of Fine Arts degree from the Professional Actors Training Program at the University of Washington. He is a fan of the Seattle Seahawks.


Neil Jackson

UK native Neil Jackson, who stars as the vampire Marcus Van Sciver on "Blade: The Series," came to international attention when he landed the role of Perdiccas, Alexander's commander in Oliver Stone’s blockbuster feature Alexander. He has most recently completed the upcoming indie vampire thriller The Thirst, with Adam Baldwin and Jeremy Sisto.

Formerly an amateur boxing champion, Jackson competed both for his college and for Wales, ultimately winning the British Universities championship twice. Upon landing a sponsorship to study sports at the Masters level, Jackson completed his MSc and moved to London in 2000, to pursue acting. After enrolling in a part-time two-year course at the Armstrong Acting Academy, Jackson launched his acting career by appearing in a number of popular British series, including Heartbeat, and The Last Detective. More recently, Jackson appeared in the controversial lesbian teen miniseries Sugar Rush, for Channel 4. He has also appeared in such US series as "Stargate SG-1."

Jackson currently makes his home in Los Angeles.