Kathi comes from a background in music. Considered a "child prodigy", she started playing piano at the age of 4 and as a young girl she won the Chopin Piano Award and the Bank of America Fine Arts Award. Among her numerous competitions, concerts and recitals she played her own composition at the UNICEF concert at San Jose State University and she performed Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 21 with the Sequoia Symphony Orchestra, for which she composed her own cadenzas. All this before graduating from high school. As a singer, Kathi opened for Bill Cosby, Roy Clark, Peggy Fleming and others in the major showrooms of Las Vegas, Reno and Lake Tahoe. As an actress, Kathi has starred in 11 independent features, including Dead Right, Double Cross, and Below the Surface, 6 television pilots, over a dozen segments of the critically-acclaimed Interview series, as well as being the star and icon of the innovative internet soap opera Confessions.
Linda is an award-winning actress, an accomplished director, a United Nations Ambassador and one of the world's most recognized and admired stars. Her award-winning portrayal of 'Sue Ellen', in the legendary TV phenomenon Dallas brought her international fame and critical acclaim, earning her an Emmy nomination for Best Actress, Germany's Bambi Award (equivalent to the Academy Award), Italy's Il Gato for Best Actress on television and she was voted Woman of the Year from the Hollywood Radio and Television Society. It was during this time that Linda made her directorial debut on Dallas. She most recently starred in London's West End production of The Graduate, playing 'Mrs. Robinson' to sell-out audiences and rave reviews and replaced Kathleen Turner on Broadway during Turner's vacation from the play. She is currently guest-starring on CBS TV's most popular daytime drama The Bold and the Beautiful. And adding yet another title to her vast resume, Linda is following in the footsteps of the late Audrey Hepburn, being named Ambassador of Goodwill for the United Nations. She has already completed her first mission to Nicaragua, creating a documentary film for the United Nations on women and children's health issues. Her next project mission will take her to India.
Fred's most recent appearance was on the hit television series Lost, although he has been seen in either guest starring or recurring roles on many other TV shows, including CSI: NY, JAG, NCIS, Crossing Jordan, The X-Files, China Beach, Wise Guy, and as a series regular on Dallas. Fred has also done an impressive amount of television movies and mini-series, including From the Earth to the Moon, Heat Wave, and Billionaire Boys Club as well as feature films, which include Con Air, Men in Black, Dreamlover, Man's Best Friend, Ordinary People, Being There, and Foxes.
Tonja hails from eastern Kentucky where she performed in college and local theatre before moving to California. Soon after her arrival, she began working on television shows such as Picket Fences, Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman, Beverly Hills 90210, The X-Files and Miss Match and, more recently, can be seen on the HBO Emmy-nominated series Entourage and the soap opera Passions.
Peggy moved to Los Angeles from Chicago where she performed predominantly on stage, including the renowned Steppenwolf and Goodman Theatres. She also co-founded and ran an experimental theatre company for 9 years during which time, in addition to acting and producing, she wrote, directed and learned how to play the drums. Writing projects included an adaptation of The Razor's Edge, which she also directed, and The Dimmed Heart, which she co-developed, co-directed and co-acted in with friend and partner Patricia Duff. It won "Best of the Fest" at Bailiwick Director's Festival in Chicago and was then invited to the prestigious Bumbershoot Festival in Seattle. Since arriving in Los Angeles she has appeared on ER, LA Dragnet, King of Queens and Strong Medicine, to name a few.
As an actor, Michael has appeared in the Academy Award-nominated movie Ghost World and in Neil Simon's The Odd Couple II. Television appearances include Melrose Place, Any Day Now, That's Life, Gilmore Girls, and American Dreams, as well as playing Jerry Fairfax in 190 episodes of The Jerry Fairfax Show.
As a musician, Michael is bandleader, keyboardist, vocalist, and arranger for legendary California band Orange Colored Sky, and has been Susan Anton's keyboardist, vocalist, conductor, and arranger since the 1980s, performing at venues around the world including Radio City Music Hall, the Superdome, NBC's The Tonight Show, and the Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon.
Kipley "Kip" was born in a small logging town in the Pacific Northwest of Oregon. Raised in a small city he was always active in school plays and he studied piano until he graduated from high school. He studied drama and speech at Western States University in Oregon and participated in numerous productions there before moving to Hawaii where he performed in Hawaiian bands, playing keyboards, singing and performing in local theatre for seven years. Upon moving to Southern California, Kip decided to "get serious" about his acting career and started training and studying acting in earnest, with the result being that he has worked in ten features, including Bleeder and Bates, Hard Time and Dead Right. He has also appeared on the critically-acclaimed Interview television series.