MATT LANTER (Eric) gained fame by playing Liam Court in the The CW hit teen drama series 90210, a spin-off of the 1990s series Beverly Hills, 90210. He also appeared in some major released films, such as Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Disaster Movie, WarGames: The Dead Code, Sorority Row, Vampires Suck and The Roommate. He is the voice of Anakin Skywalker in Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels. He currently stars as soldier Wyatt Logan, a time traveler in Timeless on NBC and a roll in Pitch Perfect 3. 

Hallee Hirsh

HALLEE HIRSH (Vanessa) is an award-winning actress with an impressive career beginning in her early years. She portrayed several memorable roles including a young Renee Zellwegger in One True Thing and Tom Hanks’ 8-year-old aunt in You've Got Mail. Hallee has since performed in an array of television series and films, has been nominated for five Young Artist Awards, and has won two.

Eric Tiede

ERIC TIEDE (Stu) has popped up all over TV, in guest appearances ranging from 2 Broke Girls to Castle to Grimm and recurring roles on Hollywood Heights and as the popular rocker "Izzy Gunnar" in Kickin’ It. His film credits include lead roles in several independent films and supporting roles in films including Breaking Wind, The Girl Next Door, and The Hot Chick.

HAKEEM KAE-KAZIM (Mutua) is one of Hollywood’s most highly respected African actors and was recently nominated for a 2015 Nollywood (African Oscar) and an African Film Critics’ award for his work in Starz’s acclaimed series Black Sails. While living in South Africa, Hakeem gained international attention for his role in the Oscar nominated, critically acclaimed Hotel Rwanda with Don Cheadle. He went on to star in Pirates of the Caribbean III, Black November, and 24.

WILLIAM RUSS (Ed) is best known for his role as "Alan Matthews" in the popular series Boy Meets World. He is also the only regular cast member to also direct any episodes of Boy Meets World. He has played over 130 roles in film, on television, and on stage, including starring in American History X, Disorganized Crime, and The Right Stuff

CINDY PICKETT (Bonnie) is best known for her iconic role as Ferris Buellerʼs mother in John Hughesʼ cult classic, Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Over the course of her glittering career, Cindy has worked with such notable actors and directors as Matthew Broderick, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Sam Neal, Ray Charles, Denzel Washington, Alfre Woodard, Howie Mandell, Keenan Wynn, Gary Cole, Peter Boyle, Robert Loggia, Stockard Channing, Peter Fonda, and Dwight Yokum.

YETIDE BADAKI (The Woman) has guest-starred on N.C.I.S. New Orleans, Criminal Minds, and other popular series, and has an award-winning theater repertoire. She was nominated for NAACP best supporting actress and the Joseph Jefferson award for best Actress in a play, and awarded the Black Theatre Alliance Award best female performance in Comedy or Drama (Ruby Dee Award) and Winner After Dark Award for Outstanding performance. She is Nigerian-born, has earned an MFA in theater from Illinois State University. She is curently staring in the highly-acclaimed Starz's series American Gods

MAIARA WALSH (Kelley) is best known for her leading roles in the films VANish and Mean Girls 2. She has also appeared in many popular television series, including recurring roles in Switched at Birth, ZombielandDesperate Housewives, Vampire Diaries, and Cory in the House.

DENDRIE TAYLOR (Debra) has built a vast breadth of material over the course of her career, perhaps most notably as "Gail 'Red Dog' Eklund" in the Academy Award-nominated film The Fighter. Her credits also include recurring roles in the television series Sons of Anarchy and True Blood. Dendrie has worked with some of the most prolific directors in the industry, including Steven Spielberg, Scott Cooper, Sam Mendes, Oliver Stone, Carl Franklin, Wes Craven, Alan Coulter, Roger Donaldson, Ivan Reitman and David O. Russell.

* Special appearances by acclaimed authors Greg Boyd, Shane Claiborne, Efrem Smith, and N.T. Wright.