Burgess Jenkins, a native of Winston-Salem, NC, attended Lenoir-Rhyne University where he studied Psychology in graduate school. Burgess later enrolled at the famed Playhouse West in LA where he studied for 4 years under Bob Carnegie and actor Jeff Goldblum. In the summer of 2000 Burgess landed the role of Ray Budds in the Blockbuster "Remember the Titans" with two-time Academy award winner Denzel Washington. He would follow that up with the biblical thriller "The Reaping" opposite Hilary Swank. Notably, Burgess has recurred on "Nashville," "One Tree Hill," Ridley Scott’s series "Coma" and the comedy mini-series "Marry Me" with Lucy Liu. Recently he starred in the thriller "Jimmy" with Ted Levine, and won Critical acclaim and the Boston Film Festival "Best Actor" Nomination for the indie drama "In/Significant Others."
Burgess and his wife Ashlee are closely involved in the philanthropy for Children's Cancer Support that they started in his Grandfather's name. They are also active in their church & community and have a beautiful 5-year-old daughter Lila Harper.
Staff Sergeant Eddie Hall, an ex-Ranger with a difficult divorce and a loss of rank in his rearview mirror, is looking forward to a fresh start at Joint Base Marshall Bring with his second wife, Maggie, a former soldier herself. It was the strength of their friendship – and eventual love – that helped him weather his divorce and get his career back on track. Eddie has sole custody of his 14-year-old daughter, Caroline, but getting her to blend with Maggie and her 11-year-old son from a prior marriage is proving a challenge.