Jason London made his film debut in Robert Mulligan's "The Man in the Moon" in 1991. But it was his role as quarterback Randall "Pink" Floyd, in "Dazed and Confused" that helped launch his career. This marked the beginning of many diverse films. An established actor, in addition to his feature film work, London also appears regularly on television, TV-movies and miniseries.
Meredith Salenger's first role was at 10 years old in the feature film Annie. But it was her portrayal of the tomboyish Natty Gann in the Disney film, "The Journey of Natt y Gann" that put her on the radar, which went on to win the Gold Award at the Moscow Film Festival, and garnered Meredith Best Actress in A Drama at the Youth In Film Awards. Meredith went on to pursue her education, graduating cum laude with a degree in Psychology from Harvard University, and later returned to Hollywood to resume her acting career.
L. Scott Caldwell, best known for her role as Rose on the hit ABC drama "Lost," has an extensive background both on stage and in front of the camera. Her film credits include "Mystery Alaska," "Waiting to Exhale," "The Net," "The Fugitive," "Dutch" and "Without a Trace." Caldwell has gueststarred in "Chicago Hope," "City of Angels" and "Promised Land." On Broadway, Caldwell won a Tony Award for her role in Joe Turner's "Come & Gone."
Sarah Brown made her national television debut in the popular children's series VR Troopers and then went on to win three Emmys for her role as troublemaker Carly Benson on "General Hospital." Other television credits include "The Lyon's Den," "L.A. Dragnet," "Strong Medicine," "Cold Case," "The Closer," "K-Ville" and Lifetime original movies "It Was One of Us" and "The Perfect Husband: The Laci Peterson Story". She made her big screen debut as Constance in "Big Momma's House 2."
Raised in the Dallas area, Cameron Ten Napel began acting at the age of four. Now 11, Cameron has already built an enviable resume including over 20 commercials; both local and national, and appeared in the popular children's program "Barney and Friends." Cameron has also filmed "A House Divided," a pilot for ABC, alongside actor Dillon McDermott, and directed by Michael Rymer. Last year she played 'Amy' in the feature film "Cool Dog," directed by Danny Lerner for Millennium Films. She has also had a staring role in the feature "A Christmas Snow."
Best known for his gritty portrayel of Mike Franks on "NCIS," Muse Watson was born in Alexandria, Louisiana and attended Berea College, where he performed for the first time on stage as Petruchio in "Taming of the Shrew." During and after his years at Berea, he worked in outdoor dramas, dinner theaters, and small reper tor y groups before going on to pursue a career in film. His theater credits include Hamlet in "Hamlet," Stanley in "A Streetcar Naned Desire," Pale in "Burn This," Cervantes in "Man of La Mancha," and directing "Ain't MisBehavin." In 1989, Muse began pursuing roles in feature film. By 2010, he had appeared in 51 feature length films sharing scenes with some of Hollywood's top actors.
With major roles in Hollyword Blockbusters like "Iron Eagle" and "An Officer and A Gentleman," Oscar, Emmy, and Golden Globe award winner Louis Gossett Jr. completes this talented cast. Gosset t made his professional acting debut at the age of 17, winning the Donaldson Award as best newcomer to theatre. He went to NY U on a basketball scholarship and was invited to try out for the NY K nicks, yet he decided to continue his acting career with a role in the Broadway production of "A Raisin in the Sun".
Cooper shares his home with two humans, a cat, and a rotating cast of foster dogs from the Pet Adoption League (PAL). His true calling seems to be his volunteer work as a nationally registered therapy dog with Karing K-9s – the Tulsa chapter of Therapy Dogs, Incorporated. With other therapy dogs, he visits patients in hospitals, nursing homes, and rehabilitation centers in the Tulsa area. “The Lamp” is his first foray into the world of film.