The New Adventures of Old Christine Cast
The New Adventures of Old Christine Cast
Julia Louis-Dreyfus earned worldwide acclaim and recognition for her portrayal of Elaine Benes in the hit series "Seinfeld." She received an Emmy award, a Golden Globe award, five Screen Actors Guild awards and four American Comedy Awards during the show's nine year run. Most recently, she won the Emmy Award as Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series for her lead role on "The New Adventures of Old Christine."
Her other recent television credits include a recurring role on "Arrested Development." She also starred in the series "Watching Ellie" and lent her voice to the television movie "Animal Farm." Louis-Dreyfus first made her mark on television during a three year stint (1982-1985) on "Saturday Night Live" opposite the likes of Billy Crystal, Christopher Guest and Eddie Murphy.
Louis-Dreyfus' feature film credits include the animated hit "A Bug's Life," to which she lent her voice for the character Princess Atta, Woody Allen's Academy Award-winning "Hannah and Her Sisters," "Deconstructing Harry," "North," "Fathers' Day" and "Jack the Bear."
Clark Gregg received his bachelor of fine arts degree from NYU where he trained with David Mamet and William H. Macy. With them, he co-founded New York's famed Atlantic Theater Company, serving as one of the company's first artistic directors. He made his Off Broadway debut in Atlantic's production of Howard Korder's "Boys' Life" directed by Macy at the Lincoln Center Theater. He has appeared in numerous Broadway and Off Broadway productions, including "A Few Good Men," "The Old Boy," "Unidentified Human Remains," "Mojo" and "The Night Heron." He directed the acclaimed 1996 Off Broadway revival of Mamet's play, "Edmond," and the New York and Los Angeles premieres of "Distant Fires." He also created, co-wrote and directed the Los Angeles serialized play, "The Big Empty."
Since moving to Los Angeles in the 1990s, Gregg has put together an impressive body of work in film and television. On television, Gregg played the recurring role of FBI liaison Agent Michael Casper on "The West Wing." He has also appeared in "The Shield," "Will & Grace," "Sport's Night," "Sex and the City" and "The Practice." His television film credits include "Tyson," "Live from Baghdad" and the upcoming romantic comedy "The Road to Christmas," opposite his wife, Jennifer Grey.
Hamish Linklater's film credits include "Fantastic Four," "Final Draft" and "Groove," which was an official selection of the 2000 Sundance Film Festival. His television credits include the movies "5 Days to Midnight" and "Live From Baghdad." Linklater also had a recurring role on "American Dreams" and was a series regular on "Gideon's Crossing."
Linklater spent his summer 2006 hiatus in New York starring in theater productions of "Cyclone" at Michael Imperioli's Studio Dante and opposite Jill Clayburgh in "The Busy World is Hushed" at Playwrights Horizons.
His additional theater credits include "Singing Forest" and "Recent Tragic Events." He appeared in the premiere of Richard Greenberg's "Violet Hour" and was in the New York and Los Angeles premieres of "Good Thing" at the New Group and Center Theatre Group, respectively. Linklater's other New York theatre credits include "Hamlet," "Love's Fire," "Romeo and Juliet," "The Square," "Chemistry of Change," "Measure for Measure" and "A Midsummer Night's Dream."
Wanda Sykes has been called "one of the funniest stand up comics" by her peers and ranks among Entertainment Weekly's 25 Funniest People in America. Her smart-witted stand up has sent her career in many different areas.
Sykes was recently seen in the feature films "Evan Almighty," the sequel to "Bruce Almighty," in which she co-stared with Steve Carell. The New Line feature "Monster-In-Law" starring opposite Jennifer Lopez and Jane Fonda, was heard in the animated feature "Over The Hedge" for Dreamworks as well as "The Barnyard" for Paramount Pictures, and seen co-starring with Luke Wilson and Uma Thurman in the romantic comedy "My Super Ex-Girlfriend." She can also currently be seen on the CBS comedy "The New Adventures Old Christine." Sykes starred and produced the Comedy Central show "Wanda Does It" where she tried various non-showbiz jobs. Her first book titled "Yeah, I Said It", published by Simon and Schuster, hit bookstores in September 2004. "Yeah, I Said It" is a hilarious collection of essays touching on life, family and current events.
Wanda was born in Portsmouth, Virginia and raised in Maryland. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from Hampton University. Her stand-up career began at a Coors Light Super talent Showcase in Washington, DC where she performed for the first time in front of a live audience.
When asked what he wanted to be when he grew up, 6-year-old Trevor Gagnon would reply that he wanted to be an actor. He said, "I want to be famous…I want to be on TV."Since speaking those words, Trevor has been involved in almost every aspect of acting. He recently finished filming in Robert Rodriguez’s family adventure film, “Shorts” which he stars as “Loogie”. He can currently be heard as the lead voice as “Nat” in the animated 3-D adventure feature “Fly Me to the Moon." He is also a starring lead voice in Playhouse Disney’s animated TV series, “Happy Monster Band."
Trevor Gagnon has truly done it all, and he is only 12 years old.
Trevor made his acting debut at the age of six in "Iron Jawed Angels." Iron Jawed Angels is an amazing drama about the struggles that women had obtaining equality and their triumph with the Women’s Suffrage Movement in the early 1900s. The movie starred Hillary Swank, Angelica Houston, and Patrick Dempsey.
Character: "New Christine"
Emily Rutherfurd's television credits include "The Ellen Show" on CBS, "Married to the Kelleys" and a recurring role in "Will & Grace." She has also guest starred in "What I Like About You."
Her feature film credits include "Elizabethtown," "Van Wilder" and "Love Me, Love Me Not."
She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Loch Gallagher, and their daughter, Grace.
Tricia O'Kelley has appeared in numerous television series including "Everybody Loves Raymond," "Two and a Half Men" and CSI, as well as "Frasier," "Once and Again," and recurring roles on "Malcolm in the Middle," and "Gilmore Girls." Films include Outside Sales, and the upcoming indie film "Weather Girl," which she also produced.
O'Kelley grew up in La Grange, Illinois, and graduated from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. She began her career in Chicago, where she owned and operated a resource center for actors. She also designs a line of greeting cards called Heartsongs, which can be found anywhere Recycled Paper Greetings are sold. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Adam, and their dog, Walter.
Alex Kapp Horner
Alex Kapp Horner started her career in Los Angeles as a member of the Groundlings. Her television credits include guest appearances in "Friends," "Will & Grace," "ER" and "Seinfeld." She was also a series regular in "Maggie Winters" on CBS.
Horner grew up in New York City and graduated from Dartmouth College with a degree in history. She currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Christian, their two daughters and their dog, Clementine.