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Richard Burgi


Captain Dax

BIOGRAPHY: Richard Burgi and his three siblings grew up in Montclair, NJ. After he finished school, Richard's travels took him throughout Europe and America, finally ending up in New York City where he began to study acting. Commercials and cameo appearances led to regular roles on several daytime dramas, most notably Chad Rollo on Another World and Philip Collier on Days of Our Lives. On television, Richard is noted for his lead role of Jim Ellison on the Paramount/UPN Series The Sentinel, and most recently, that of Alan York/Kevin Carroll on the FOX hit 24. He also appeared in the UPN remake of the 1958 cult classic, I Married a Monster, in which he portrayed Nick Farrell. His daytime television credits include the role of Phillip on Days of Our Lives, Glenn Harrington on As the World Turns, Randy Stone on One Life To Live, and Chad on Another World. Primetime television appearances include Judging Amy, The District, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Twice in a Lifetime, Just Shoot Me, Providence, Veronica's Closet, Action, Touched by an Angel, One West Waikiki, Seinfeld, Love & War, Viper, Mann and Machine, Nurses, Who's the Boss, Anything But Love, Matlock, Jake and the Fatman, The Flash, and Empty Nest. Richard returned to the stage in June 2002 for Johnny On The Spot, playing Fred and Sy. In addition, Richard has also performed in theater productions of Wedding Breakfast at Carnegie Hall, Six Characters in Search of an Author, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, and Suddenly Last Summer. Richard lives on the South California coast with his wife and two young sons, and is a strong advocate for the protection and preservation of the environment.


Trash /TV Series/ (2003)
Decoys (2003)
Wheelmen (2002)
24 /TV Series/ (2001-2002)
Bailey's Mistake /TV movie/ (2001)
I Married a Monster /TV movie/ (1998)
The Sentinel /TV Series/ (1996)
The Sentinel /TV movie/ (1996)
Payback (1994)
One West Waikiki /TV Series/ (1994)
Message from Nam /TV movie/ (1993)
Days of Our Lives /TV Series/ (1992-1993)
Chameleons /TV movie/ (1989)
As the World Turns /TV Series/ (1988-1989)
Another World /TV Series/ (1986-1988)

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Colleen Porch


Pvt. Lei Sahara

BIOGRAPHY: Colleen began her education in acting at Boston College, where she ran competitively for the school's division one cross-country and track team. She then moved back to New York City and continued her studies in theater at the Strasberg School.

After completing her studies, Colleen began her professional career by appearing in French and Italian commercials. She also landed bit parts on Law and Order SVU and the independent film Hit and Runway. Colleen's television credits also include traveling extensively around the world, including Europe and New Zealand, covering extreme sports as a television correspondent for several major television networks. In 2002, Colleen landed a lead role on FOX television's pilot Secret Service. She recently moved to Los Angeles and has appeared as a guest star on several top rated television shows, including her notable appearance alongside Jamie Presley in Fastlane.


Charmed /TV Series/ (2003)
Fastlane /TV Series/ (2003)
C.S.I.: Crime Scene Investigation /TV Series/ (2002)
Frozen Impact (2002)
Carnival Knowledge (2002)
Law and Order SVU /TV Series/
Hit and Runway (1999)


Lawrence Monoson


Lt. Pavlov Dill

BIOGRAPHY: Lawrence Monoson was born and raised in New York but relocated to California to pursue acting. His big career started way back in the early 80. when he played 'Gary' in a cult movie The Last American Virgin. It was an amazing role and a good start for a very young actor. Over the years Monoson proved that he's got a big talent. His most famous roles are 'Ben' in 1985's Mask, 'Ted' in Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter and 'Fernando' in Gaby: A True Story. In the 90. Monoson played mostly in various tv productions including Prince Street tv Series. In 1993 Monson received a Cable Ace nomination for his role in And the Band Played On.


I Know What You Did /TV movie/ (1998)
Prince Street /TV Series/ (1997)
Black Rose of Harlem (1996)
A Promise to Carolyn /TV movie/ (1996)
A Woman of Independent Means /TV mini-Series/ (1995)
Me and the King (1995)
And the Band Played On /TV movie/ (1993)
Love, Lies & Lullabies /TV movie/ (1993)
Payoff /TV movie/ (1991)
Dangerous Love (1988)
Gaby:A True Story (1987)
Mask (1985)
Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984)
The Last American Virgin (1982)


Kelly Carlson


Pvt. Charlie Soda

BIOGRAPHY: Kelly Carlson is one of Holly- wood's rising stars, with current roles in Starship Troopers 2 and the highly anticipated F/X drama Series Nip/Tuck. In Starship Troopers 2: Hero of the Federation, Carlson portrays 'Private "Charlie" Soda', a seductive female soldier who, along with other troopers, finds herself taking refuge in an abandoned outpost as the group attempts to fight against the encroaching arachnids, not realizing that a much graver danger is infiltrating the unit. In Nip/Tuck the young actress trades in her guns for the more glamorous shots of the runway, playing 'Kimber', the stunning model who falls for Julian McMahon's character, 'Christian Vege'. Kelly's portrayal of a model is not far fetched. Her stunning good looks landed Kelly a spot in Tear Sheet Magazine's 50 Most Beautiful list for 2001. Carlson's film experience is seasoned with an array of different box office projects, including Castle Rock Entertainment's hit movie Little Big League, New Lines Cinema's acclaimedSplittsville, and the soon to be released 20th Century Fox film Paparazzi, as well as memorable TV roles, such on NBC's daytime Passions. Equally impressive and extensive is Kelly's theatre work which, without a doubt, earns her the title of accomplished artist. Kelly has graced the stage of many plays including Vanities, Cheaters, Girls Guide to Chaos, Charlotte's Web and Can't Trust The Mate. Kelly Carlson is originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota. She is single and currently resides in Los Angeles, California.


Nip/Tuck /TV Series/ (2003)
3000 Miles to Graceland (2001)
Little Big League (1995)
Passions /TV/
The John Larroquette Show /TV/


Ed Quinn


Corporal Joe Griff

BIOGRAPHY: After graduating from the University of California at Berkeley, Ed worked as a model in Paris, Barcelona, and Milan which led to more than 35 TV commercials internationally. After returning to the United States, he landed the role of Finn on the WB's Young Americans. Ed’s roles also include Jeff in the drama VIP and guest roles in such popular shows as Dharma & Greg, Jack & Jill, and Jill Hennessy's love interest in Crossing Jordan. Ed's big-screen breakthrough was his magnificent role in the thriller Beeper. The film (also starring Harvey Keitel), tells the story of Richard Avery, a doctor who must follow the instructions on a drug dealer's beeper to rescue his kidnapped son. Ed is also a very talented musician, and has released a solo album entitled Quinn.


Beeper (2002)
Crossing Jordan /TV Series/ (2001)
Jack & Jill /TV Series/ (2001)
Yound Americans /TV Series/ (2000)
Dharma & Greg /TV Series/ (1999)



Pvt. Billy Otter

BIOGRAPHY: Cy Carter made his film debut in Tim Hunter's 2001 Anatomy of a Hate Crime; the same year he appeared in the award-winning short film Blue Haven. In 2002 he appeared in another great short film, Crossing, playing the unforgettable role of Scotty, a young man who deftly jumps in front of moving cars to get money from the shocked and apologetic drivers. His last role before ST2 was Noisy, a young rebel of the modern era in Y.M.I. - a drama directed by Polish actor & writer Marek Probosz.


Y.M.I. (2002)
Crossing (2002)
Trip, The (2002)
Blue Haven (2001)
Anatomy of a Hate Crime /TV/ (2001)


Sandrine Holt


Pvt. Jill Sandee

BIOGRAPHY: A model, actress, writer and painter. Sandrine Holt was born in England but was raised and lived in Toronto, Canada for many years. Currently lives in Los Angeles. She is half-French (her mother is a Frenchwoman) and her other background is Chinese. She was a professional model before her film career had started. Sandrine's big movie career began with Bruce Beresford'sBlack Robe. Later she starred in such movies like Rapa Nui,Pocahontas: The Legend and Mission. Sandrine's most famous TV Series is John Woo's Once a Thief. In 1991, she got the Genie Awards' nomination for Best Supporting Actress in Black Robe.


Happy Hour (2002)
Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever (2002)
Earth Angels /TV movie/ (2001)
Century Hotel (2001)
Mission (2000)
Fast Food Fast Women (2000)
Chasing Beauties (1999)
Airtime /short/ (1998)
Il Mio West (1998)
1999 (1998)
Once a Thief /TV Series/ (1997)
Once a Thief /TV movie/ (1996)
Legends of the North (1995)
Pocahontas: The Legend (1995)
Dance Me Outside (1995)
Grand nord /TV movie/ (1994)
Rapa Nui: Legends in Stone /TV Series/ (1994)
Rapa Nui (1994)
Black Robe (1991)


Ed Lauter


General J. G. Shepherd

BIOGRAPHY: Balding, stringy, meanlooking character player in mainstream movies since the 1970s, probably best known as the sadistic Captain Knauer from the prison/football film The Longest Yard (1974). Lauter occasionally essays sympathetic roles, but he's much more effective as a heavy, flashing his squinty, withering gaze and snarling dialogue at hapless opponents. His recent films include Gleaming the Cube, Fat Man and Little Boy and The Rocketeer. He's also a familiar face on TV in telefilms and miniseries.


Seabiscuit (2003)
Allie and Me (2002)
The Gentleman Bandit (2002)
Malicious Intent (2002)
Not Another Teen Movie (2001)
Gentleman Bandit (2000)
Thirteen Days (2000)
For Which He Stands (1997)
Mercenary (1996)
Rattled (1996)
Ravenhawk (1996)
Breach of Trust (1995)
Coyote Summer (1995)
The Sweeper (1995)
Black Water (1994)
Digital Man (1994)
Extreme Justice (1993)
Gleaming the Cube (1989)
The Cartier Affair (1987)
Revenge of the Nerds II: Nerds in Paradise (1987)
3:15 - The Moment of Truth (1986)
The Last Days of Patton (1986)
Raw Deal (1986)
Youngblood (1986)
Yuri Nosenko, KGB (1986)
Death Wish 3 (1985)
Nickel Mountain (1985)
Finders Keepers (1984)
Cujo (1983)
Lassiter (1983)
Time Rider (1983)
In the Custody of Strangers (1982)
The Jericho Mile (1979)
Noah - The Deluge (1979)
Magic (1978)
The Chicken Chronicles (1977)
Family Plot (1976)
Breakheart Pass (1975)
Class of '63 (1973)
The Last American Hero (1973)


Jason-Shane Scott


Pvt. Duff Horton

BIOGRAPHY: Jason-Shane Scott was born in Los Angeles and raised in Reno, Nevada. Excelling at sports in high school, most notably football, Jason also enjoyed acting. He appeared in such films as Billy's Hollywood Screen Kiss and Shriker. Many will recognize Jason from his role on the ABC Daytime drama One Life to Live in which he played Will Rappaport from '98 to '01 and more recently for a handful of episodes. Fans of horrors can remember him from the (not so)final chapter of Full Moon's saga The Puppet Master. Soon you'll have a chance to see Jason-Shan Scott in the yet to be released Wolves of Wall Street and Latter Days. Jason currently resides in Los Angeles where he pursues his love for film and writing.


Latter Days (2003)
Wolves of Wall Street (2003)
For the People /TV Guest appearance/ (2002)
One Life To Live /TV Series/ (1998-2001, 2003)
Curse of the Puppet Master (1998)
Billy's Hollywood Screen Kiss (1998)
Baywatch (TV guest appearance) (1998)
Shrieker (1997)
Caught /uncredited/ (1996)


Dre Powell


Pvt. Kipper Tor

BIOGRAPHY: Drew Powell grew up in Lebanon, Indiana, a small city northwest of Indianapolis, with his parents Jim and and Peggy, younger brother Than and sister Elizabeth. He attended Central Elementary, Lebanon Middle, and Lebanon High Schools. After graduating in 1994, he attended DePauw University in Greencastle, IN. He received his Bachelors in English Literature with a minor in Communication. Drew has been acting and singing from a very young age, including a lead role in his elementary school play Animal Spring Dance in 1987. During high school, he appeared in several musicals, including Li'l Abner, Fiddler on the Roof as Tevya, and Brigadoon as Jeff Douglas. He also performed in the show choir. He enjoys playing many sports, especially tennis and golf.


Ponderosa /TV Series/ (2001)
V.I.P. /TV Series/ (1998-2001)
Malcolm in the Middle /TV Series/ (2000)
Popular /TV Series/ (1999)



Pvt. Otis Brick



T/Sgt. Ari Peck



Cpl. Thom Liu


Brenda Strong


Sgt. Dede Rake

BIOGRAPHY: Brenda Strong got her first break in showbiz with a brief but memorable appearance in Billy Crystal's You Look Marvelous music video. Her appearance in the video led to guest shots on such shows as St. Elsewhere, MacGyver, and Cheers, as well as her first film appearances in Weekend Warriors and Mel Brooks' Spaceballs . More recently, Brenda had a high profile recurring role on Seinfeldas Sue Ellen Mishkie (or as Elaine refers to her, The Braless Wonder). Seinfeld proved to be a great launching board for Strong who's recent film appearances have included Black Dog and The Deep End of the Ocean. Of course every fan of SST remembers wonderful Brenda's performance as Captain Deladier in the original Starship Troopers. Brenda also had a recurring role on the WB's 7th Heaven this past fall and is currently working on an independent film titled Exposed. (Source: Healthhdome, visit for more info).


Missing Brendan (2003)
Exposed (2002)
Red Dragon (2002)
Teddy Bears' Picnic (2002)
Terror Tract (2000)
The Deep End of the Ocean (1999)
Undercurrent (1998)
Sports Night /TV Series/ (1998)
Black Dog (1998)
Party of Five /TV Series/ (1997-1998)
The Craft (1996)
Island City /TV movie/ (1994)
My Life (1993)
Malice (1993)
Stepfather III /TV movie/ (1992)
Scorch /TV Series/ (1992)
People Like Us /TV movie/ (1990)
Skin Deep (1989)
The Gambler, Part III: The Legend Continues /TV movie/ (1987)
Spaceballs (1987)




Richard Burgi as Captain Dax
Colleen Porch as Pvt. Lei Sahara
Ed Quinn as Corporal Joe Griff
Drew Powell as Pvt. Kipper Tor
Ed Lauter as General J. G. Shepherd
Kelly Carlson as Pvt. Charlie Soda
Cy Carter as Pvt. Billie Otter
Brenda Strong as Sgt. Dede Rake
Lawrence Monoson as Lt. Pavlov Dill
Jason-Shane Scott as Pvt. Duff Horton
Sandrine Holt as Pvt. Jill Sandee
J.P. Manoux as T/Sgt. Ari Peck
Bill Brown as Pvt. Otis Brick
Brian Tee as Cpl. Thom Kobe
Bobby C.King as Smiling Lieutenant
David Wells as Recruiting Sergeant
Tim Conlin as Fleet Pilot