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    Russell Sams


    Russell Sams departed his home state of Tennessee after two years of undergraduate theatre at the University of Tennessee.

    He currently lives in Hollywood and performs in film, TV, and stage. He is best known for his role as Dick in Brett Easton Ellis' RULES OF ATTRACTION, where he gained notoriety from the cult hit and a wonderful review in the New York Times. He has portrayed a variety of characters, from a sex offender opposite of the prestigious Richard Gere and Claire Daines in THE FLOCK, a WWII soldier opposite the venerable John Hawkes, an arsonist opposite Jennifer Love Hewitt (THE GHOST WHISPERER), a schizophrenic musician (CROSSING JORDAN), an AIDS victim (COLD CASE), and most recently a demonic possessed serial killer (SUPERNATURAL).

    Russell recently performed in the staging of John Patrick Shanley's WHERE'S MY MONEY with the Lyric Theatre Company in Los Angeles. Other stage appearances include the lead in Hannah Moscovitch's West Coast Premier of EAST OF BERLIN, the Hollywood Fringe Festival staging of SHINY WHITE DIAMONDS, and the title role of Gardner McKay's TOYER.

    Blake Robbins


    Blake Robbins is an actor, writer and a director based in Los Angeles. Recent film credits include BUTTWHISTLE (dir. Tenney Fairchild), RUBBER (Cannes Film Festival), THE UGLY TRUTH (opposite Gerard Butler), THE ONLY GOOD INDIAN (Sundance Film Festival) and THE SUBLIME AND BEAUTIFUL which he wrote, directed and starred in. Among his many television appearances the most notable include THE OFFICE (Tom Halpert), the critically acclaimed HBO series OZ (Dave Brass), and recurring appearances on FLASH FORWARD, The O.C. and FIREFLY (Joss Whedon). He is currently shooting the TNT pilot CHELSEA GENERAL for creator David E. Kelley. Blake’s appeared in more than 60 theatrical productions including Arthur Miller’s THE MAN WHO HAD ALL THE LUCK (Broadway), TAPE (Naked Angels), JOE FEARLESS (Atlantic Theater Company), HARD TIMES (Evidence Room), BROADSWORD AND PLACEMENT (The Black Dahlia). He recieved and LA Weekly award for best Performance for his work in PLACEMENT.