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Susan Jeffries

Sylvie Graham/Executive Producer

TV and Film:  "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel", "Z The Beginning of Everything" (Amazon Prime), "Broad City" (Comedy Central), and "30 Rock" (NBC).   Indie short films include "Oysters Rockefeller" (Ruby Pearl) and "Autumn Whispers" (Margaret Murkle) both by Charles Rogers.


Off Broadway:  The Man Who Came to Dinner, The Ladies of the Corridor, The Gingerbread LadyArrivals, Tartuffe, Jane, Veronique and Jigsaw.


Susan has written, produced, and performed two Cabaret shows:  It's Not Me, It's You and Susan Jeffries: Free Range, Organic and Ready for Her Close Up with four fabulous jazz musicians Barry Levitt, Steven Frieder, Dwayne “Cook” Broadnax and Jon Burr.

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David Lavine

Davis Allen

David Lavine's TV and film credits include "Monsterland" (fall 2020), "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel", "Dietland", "The Blacklist", "Orange is the New Black" and Ang Lee's "Taking Woodstock". Also a playwright and screenwriter, his plays have been produced or developed at Portland Center Stage (JAW Festival), New York Theatre Workshop, Abingdon Theatre Company, Ensemble Studio Theatre, and New Jersey Rep, among others, and recognition includes three O'Neill Conference finalist and semifinalist placements. Web series include "Plant: The Second Coming" (Indie Series Awards, NYC Web Fest nominations), "HIV Is Still a Big Deal" and "The Suzy and Duddy Show". His sci-fi short "Here Comes Frieda", starring Ellie Wallwork and Sarita Choudhury, will be released this summer.

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Steven Hauck

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Steven Hauck has appeared on Broadway in The Velocity of Autumn and Irena's Vow. Off-Broadway credits include One Arm (New Group/Moisés Kaufman, director), The Screwtape Letters (Westside Theater), and Crossing Swords (Outstanding Performance Award/New York Musical Theater Festival.) Regional highlights have been The Stage Manager in Our Town (Theatre Aspen), Marc in Art (Geva Theater), DeGuiche in Cyrano (Milwaukee Rep), Scrooge in A Christmas Carol (Denver Center) and Sherlock Holmes in The Adventure of the Suicide Club (Cincinnati Playhouse.) Steve toured to Amsterdam, Berlin, Vienna and Paris with Phantom of the Opera. Select film credits: “The Miseducation of Cameron Post” (Sundance Grand Jury Winner 2018), “Collateral Beauty,” "Ocean's Eight" and “The Eyes". TV: “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," “Mr. Robot,”“The Blacklist,” “Elementary”, “The Americans,” and all three seasons of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel". Steve is featured in the Spike Lee joints “Oldboy,” “The Sweet Blood of Jesus” and “She’s Gotta Have It".

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Phoebe Jonas


Phoebe Jonas is an actress and commercial / voice over performer born and bred in NYC. Over the course of her career Phoebe has appeared on television, film, and hundreds of commercials selling everything from cat litter to hotel rooms to diapers, while her voice can be heard on the television, radio, internet, and probably outer space as well. Phoebe has worked all over the world including Spain, Argentina, London, and even Texas.


When she’s not all over your television, Phoebe is rescuing animals and working at the candy store she owns with friends in Upstate NY. Phoebe has been a proud member of SAG-AFTRA since 1997.

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John Thomas Cramer


John Thomas Cramer is a New York-based creative type with the average number of hyphens.


As an actor, he’s appeared on TV in places such as HBO, Amazon, Netflix, NBC, CBS, and even TV Land.


His acting can also be seen on bigger and smaller screens, plenty of commercials, and voice-overs. His favorite roles, however, have been “Dad", “Doting Husband" and “Lead Singer/Backup Guitarist in Dad Band".

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Henry Cramer


Henry Cramer has performed in numerous stage productions as well as on-camera.


Stage productions include The Wind In The WillowsShrek The MusicalThe Emperor’s New ClothesSuessical The Musical, and Peter Pan And Wendy.


His most recent on-camera work was  “In With Vinny.” Henry is actually enjoying 6th grade and studying at Class Act Performing Arts School in New Jersey. 

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Jeff Applegate


Jeff Applegate is happy to be in the running for Sylvie’s affections. A New Jersey farmboy (something of a walking oxymoron, admittedly), Jeff hails from a family owned and operated Christmas tree farm in central NJ.  As an actor, he has appeared in film ("The Good Shepherd," "An Englishman in New York", "Odd Man Rush"), on television ("Elementary", "When They See Us") and on stage in New York, around the country and across the globe (Mamma Mia!, Cheers: Live on Stage, Caesar and Cleopatra).  An avid traveler, Jeff is always looking toward another excuse and opportunity to explore a new corner of the world or set out on a new adventure. Hmmm…. maybe just the thing to sweep Sylvie off her feet in Season 2….!

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Kathleen Boddington


Kathleen was born in Ayr, Scotland and was raised in Vancouver, Canada.  She was heavily involved in the Vancouver acting community for several years and performed in theatre, and in locally-produced TV shows and commercials.  There, she met a Brooklyn Boy named Robert in a bar and eventually moved to the Big Apple where she now lives on the Upper West Side with Robert and 2 rescue kitties. She loves to travel and has a passion for food and fitness.  She is currently on her Black Belt journey in Taekwondo.  Kathleen has a love for animals and when you can't find her pounding the pavement around the city going audition to audition, you can find her kittysitting in her spare time.

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Roger Rathburn

Gerald Graham

Roger Rathburn has performed leads in two Broadway shows, No, No, Nanette and Five O'Clock Girl, Off-Broadway in Children of Adam; in Las Vegas Mame with Susan Hayward; national tour of Your Own Thing. Many regional theatre productions, including leads in To Kill a Mockingbird, Elephant Man, 110 in the Shade, and more. Film: P.S. I Love You, Up Close and Personal, The Good Shepherd and others.  Television: "Gossip Girl," "Royal Pains," "L&O: SVU," "Cupid," "Six Degrees," "Ed," "The Bronx Is Burning," "Billions," almost every NYC daytime drama, 7 Shakespearean productions including the roles of Adam and Corin in As You Like It with Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, and performed on “Letterman” 22 times.

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