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Los Angeles stage credits: The Socialization of Ruthie Shapiro (Ronnie) at Theater West, Springs' Awakening (Moritz) at LA Theater Ensemble, Six Characters...(Director) at UCLA and The Rose Tattoo (Alvaro Mongiacavallo) at UCLA. Television credits: Guest Starring Roles on NCIS, NCIS Los Angeles, Lie To Me, and recurring roles on The Unit. Film credits: Remembering Phil. Nick graduated from the UCLA School of Theater, Film & Television. He is a proud member of Theater West and the Los Angeles Theater Ensemble. He dedicates this performance to the wonderful members and supporters of Theater West, and especially to Betty Garret.


Laura has been in the theatrical media for over 35 years as an actress, teacher and director. She has enjoyed an international acting career that encompasses TV, film and theatre, which has included Italy, England, Hong Kong and East Africa, as well as major cities in the U.S. Some of her films include Raging Bull with Robert DeNiro, Losin' It with Tom Cruise and And the Band Played On for HBO. She has worked extensively on network TV, in soaps and in episodics. Ms. James co-starred with Marion Ross at the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego in Over the River, and among her numerous stage credits, performed Escalus in Measure for Measure at the Brick Box Theatre in Hollywood. She co-starred in the American premiere of the German play, "Irma and Emma" at the Met theatre and continues to be active in the LA theatre scene, acting and directing. She directed The Skin of Our Teeth at Idyllwild Conservatory, "Quartet" and "Dinner with Friends" at Theatre 40 and currently directs / teaches at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. She taught film students at Columbia College Hollywood. She also directs at Theatre West, teaches the Associate program there and created an original ensemble project, "Inside Out– or Your Roots are Showing." She created two one-woman portraits at TW: Virginia Woolf, In Her Own Words, Simone DeBeauvoir, Monologue. She teaches and directs at the SAG Conservatory in Los Angeles and conducts her own acting workshop in L.A., as well as coaches actors privately. She has studied Commedia with Georges Bigot of the famed Paris company, 'Le Theatre du Soleil", Grotowski with Miguel Ponce of Argentina and trained/performed with Shakespeare and Company in Maine. Ms James recently starred in, with The Zoo District, the Murray Mednick premiere, "Destruction of the 4th World". Most recently, her one-woman Gertrude Stein adaptation, Ms Furr and Ms Skeene, played at the John Anson Ford theatre and was chosen as a finalist in the 2009 L.A. Women's Festival. She continues to work in commercials on tv.


Jack has been a member of Theatre West for many years and has appeared in many productions, including, BETTY GARRETT CLOSET SONGWRITER. He also was seen as Bernie in ENCORE FOR ROMANCE, Carl, in MORNING'S AT SEVEN; Mr. Fletcher, in ROCKERS, by Sherwood Schwartz; the Doctor, in REQUIUM FOR A HEAVYWEIGHT; Papa, in SATURDAY NIGHT AT GROSSINGERS; Willicombe, in W.R. AND DAISY, by Robert White; Blinky, in Ray Bradbury's DRUNK & IN CHARGE OF A BICYCLE, Patrick Maguire, in Ray Bradbury's FALLING UPWARD; Reverend Kimball, in THREEPENNY OPERA; Mort Rosen, in TOM TOM ON A ROOFTOP, and many others, including the role of the Actor, in Sol Saks' one man show, THE ACTOR SPEAKS. He also appeared as Yonkel in PICON PIE at the Santa Monica Playhouse. Storybook Theatre featured him as the Wolf in LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD, and The Emperor in THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES. Numerous TV credits include: 3rd ROCK FROM THE SUN, REASONABLE DOUBTS, STAT, ADAM 12, DIVORCE COURT, HOOPERMAN, A VERY BRADY XMAS, MR. BELVEDERE, HUNTER, NIGHT COURT, FALL GUY, GENERAL HOSPITAL, DYNASTY, ALAN KING SPECIAL, TRAPPER JOHN, KOJAK, EMERGENCY, MEDICAL STORY, MCCLOUD, BIONIC WOMAN, ARTHUR THE KID, THE $1,000 BILL, THE MONEYCHANGERS, THE GIRL MOST LIKELY TO, LAST DAYS OF JOHN DILLINGER, LOUIS ARMSTRONG CHICAGO STYLE, and others.

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