Andrea Morris


Creator and star of the comedy LA Sucks: , Andrea co-starred in the internationally acclaimed film Margaret's Museum alongside Academy Award Nominee Helena Bonham Carter. Andrea also had a role on HBO's Emmy-winning drama Carnivale and was a regular on the CW Network's long-running series 7th Heaven. She is a gymnast and Israeli street fighter and is proud to play Katie in Franklin Laviola's Happy Face.

Bruce Altman


BRUCE ALTMAN made his motion picture debut as Harrison Ford's best friend in Mike Nichol's "Regarding Henry," a role he landed immediately after graduating from the Yale School of Drama in 1990.

Altman went on to work for such respected filmmakers as Ridley Scott ("Matchstick Men"), James Foley (Glengarry Glen Ross"), Ron Howard ("The Paper"), Mike Figgis ("Mr. Jones"), Robert Redford ("Quiz Show"), James Mangold ("Girl, Interrupted" and "Cop Land"), Michael Pressman ("To Gillian on Her 37th Birthday"), Daniel Stern ("Rookie of the Year"), Anthony Minghella ("Mr. Wonderful"), Nicholas Hytner ("The Object of My Affection"), Roger Michell ("Changing Lanes"), and is currently filming "The Untitled Nancy Meyers Project."

He also had major roles in several independent projects including the highly acclaimed "L.I.E.," "Vibrations," "Get Well Soon," "My New Gun," "Running Scared," "The Pre Nup," "National Lampoon's Bag Boy," "Four Simple Rules," and the 1997 Oscar-winning live action short, "Dear Diary."

In addition, Altman maintains an active television career. He was a series regular on the Peabody Award winning ABC series, "Nothing Sacred. He has had recurring roles on the Ted Danson sitcom, "Help Me Help You and on NBC's Emmy-winning drama, "Law and Order." He has guest-starred on numerous shows. His work on HBO includes "The Sopranos," "White Mile," and the Emmy nominated "Recount."

Bruce lives in Connecticut with his wife Darcy and daughter Anna.