Brian McNamara has been acting for over 30 years. He got his break in Hollywood with a part in the hit movie "Flamingo Kid" and has since appeared in numerous roles in both film and television. McNamara starred in one of the first Lifetime Movies, "Storm and Sorrow" as well as his most recent, "The Secret Lives Of Second Wives." Some of his film credits include, "Short Circuit," "Arachnophobia," "Mystery Date" and "Dead of Winter," which was also his directing debut. Early in his career, McNamara was nominated for a Golden Globe for his work in the TV movie, "Billionaire Boys Club." Some of his many TV credits include guest starring roles in such popular series as, "Seinfeld," "Monk," "NYPD Blue," "St. Elsewhere," "JAG," "Mad About You," "Ellen" and "Murphy Brown," as well as playing Brooke Shields love interest in her series "Suddenly Susan." Brian has directed 3 episodes of "Army Wives" and has another coming up. McNamara resides in Los Angeles with his daughter and son.
General Michael Holden and his wife Claudia Joy married and embarked on a life together in the military that took them to the far corners of the globe, yielded him dozens of awards and honors, and produced two beautiful daughters. Michael has gone through his fair share of heartbreak with the loss of his eldest daughter Amanda and Claudia Joy’s recent health scares, not to mention the often difficult task of running Fort Marshall. As Corps Commander, Michael consistently has to make tough decisions, but always does so with a calm resolve and the best interests of his country and his soldiers at heart. But with the merger of Fort Marshall and Bring Air Force Base and Michael’s personal woes, he has more on his plate than ever before.