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"Hollywood Heights" Cast Biographies


BRITTANY UNDERWOOD (Loren)
CODY LONGO (Eddie)
MELISSA ORDWAY (Chloe)
CARLOS PONCE (Max)
JUSTIN WILCZYNKSI (Tyler)
ROBERT ADAMSON (Phil)
DAPHNE ASHBROOK (Jackie)
BRANDON BELL (Jake)
MERRIN DUNGEY (Ellie)
ASHLEY HOLLIDAY (Melissa)
TINA HUANG (Lily)
SHANNON KANE (Traci)
HUNTER KING (Adriana)
NICK KRAUSE (Adam)
BRIAN LETSCHER (Gus)
YARA MARTINEZ (Kelly)
GRAYSON McCOUCH (Don)

RICK OTTO (Colorado)
MEREDITH SALENGER (Lisa)
JAMA WILLIAMSON (Nora)

Producer Bios

JILL FARREN PHELPS – Executive Producer
JOSH GRIFFITH – Co-Executive Producer, Head Writer
HISHAM ABED – Co-Executive Producer, Director of Photography

BRITTANY UNDERWOOD (Loren)
Brittany Underwood plays budding star and heroine, Loren.  Underwood was most recently seen as Willow Palin in HBO’s original movie Game Change. She is best known for the five years she spent playing the role of Langston Wilde on the popular daytime drama, One Life to Live.  She has also made appearances in Margaret with Matt Damon, The Big C and Law & Order:  Special Victims Unit.

On stage, Underwood has appeared with Meryl Streep in Mother Courage at the prestigious Shakespeare in the Park.  She grew up in New Jersey and recently moved to Los Angeles with her Pomeranian Skeeter.  

CODY LONGO (Eddie)
Cody Longo plays rock superstar, Eddie.  As an established actor, musician, and singer, this summer Longo will share the big screen with James Caan, Paul Sorvino and Jeffrey Tambor in the highly anticipated film For the Love of Money.  Based on a true story, the film follows the account of an Israeli immigrant who searches for his piece of the American dream. Additionally this summer, Longo will also show audiences his comedic chops in the indie film High School (Adrien Brody, Michael Chiklis). 

Born and raised in Denver, Colorado, Longo grew up in an artistic and musically inclined household, which fueled his passion for music and encouraged his natural artistic ability. He taught himself to play the piano at a young age and later used his talents to perform in several local stage productions. This local success persuaded him to move to Los Angeles to pursue a career in acting. In only a short amount of time Longo landed his first feature film role on Bring It On: Fight to the Finish. Shortly after, he starred in MGM’s widely acclaimed film Fame, a movie remake of the popular television series. His undeniable talent on-screen became obvious to many, helping him secure a variety of recurring roles on hit television shows including Brothers and Sisters, CSI: NY and Make It or Break It. 

When Longo isn’t acting, he dedicates his free time to music. He started the rock band Forever the Day with former Make It or Break It co-star, Johnny Pacar, and composes music independently.  He is also an avid supporter of the Trevor Project, which focuses on suicide prevention efforts among the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender community.

MELISSA ORDWAY (Chloe)
Melissa Ordway plays Eddie’s girlfriend and gorgeous model, Chloe. She can soon be seen in the highly anticipated Universal Pictures film Ted directed by Seth MacFarlane and starring Mark Wahlberg.  She will also be seen in Odd Thomas opposite Willem Dafoe and Anton Yelchin and The Incredible Burt Wonderstone opposite Jim Carrey and Olivia Wilde, which will be released next year.

Ordway’s previous film credits include A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas, In Time, The Last Song, 17 Again, Elektra Luxx, Callers, Miss March and Knuckle Draggers.   On television, Ordway has been seen on CSI: NY, Melrose Place, Cold Case, How I Met Your Mother, Entourage and Privileged. 

CARLOS PONCE (Max)
Actor/singer/songwriter Carlos Ponce stars as Eddie’s father and former rock star, Max.  Over the last decade, he has added several American and Latin American television and movie credits to his name, including Couples Retreat, Rio, NBC's Lipstick Jungle, Just My Luck, 7th Heaven, Deuce Bigalow:  European Gigolo, Chasing Papi, Dos Hogares, SoBe Real, 90210, Once and Again and Perro Amor, among many others.

Ponce’s first stint on television was as host of Univision’s Control in 1990.  Soon after, he moved to telenovelas in his home town Miami, FL and landed his first role in a soap opera, Guadalupe. He then moved to Mexico which led to other starring soap roles, including Sentimientos Ajenos for Televisa, for which he garnered a Best Actor award by TV y Novelas magazine.

Ponce later segued into hosting roles on American television, hosting NBC’s Hispanic Heritage Awards for several years, serving as special correspondent for Entertainment Tonight beginning in 2003 and also co-hosting the world telecast 2006 Miss Universe pageant for NBC and Telemundo.  In 2007, he returned to telenovelas starring in Dame Chocolate for Telemundo. 

Widely popular for his music career, Ponce’s first album, Carlos Ponce, topped the Latin Billboard charts for nine consecutive weeks in the United States, and was certified double platinum in 1998.  The following year, his album garnered several awards, including a Billboard Music Award for Best Pop Album, Best New Artist from Premio Lo Nuestro and Pop Ballad Revelation of the Year from Premios Tu Musica de Puerto Rico.  His second album, Todo Lo Que Soy, was also certified platinum in the United States.

Ponce will soon host the first ever Spanish version of Idol Kids show in his native town in Puerto Rico.

JUSTIN WILCZYNKSI (Tyler)
Justin Wilczynski plays the conniving bad boy, Tyler.  Wilczynski grew up on a ranch in Paso Robles, California and fell into acting by accident.  Although he moved to Los Angeles after high school to pursue music, he ended up booking a commercial when he went along on an audition with a friend and was asked to audition. 

Many commercials and print jobs followed and it wasn’t long before Wilczynski started booking theatrical jobs including an indie film called Dependency, which got picked up by the Sundance Channel.  Shortly after he booked Kaya, a scripted MTV series produced by Tony Krantz.  He also guest starred on Happy Endings and CSI: Miami.  On the music side, Wilczynski is busy with his band, Bonnie Dune, which is in negotiations with a major record label for a 2012 summer release of their second EP.

ROBERT ADAMSON (Phil)
Robert Adamson plays Phil, Melissa’s brother and Adriana’s boyfriend.Adamson began acting when he was 16 years-old, while finishing his junior year of high school in Sandy, Utah.  An athlete always willing to try new things, Adamson began acting to get over his fear of public speaking.  After playing the lead in every school play during his senior year, Adamson realized he had a passion for acting.  Upon graduation he moved to Los Angeles to attend the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, which lays claim to such alumni as Robert Redford, Danny DeVito, Adrien Brody, Gena Rowlands, Nick Cassavetes and Paul Rudd.  Once out of the Conservatory, Adamson landed his first lead in Dr. Chopper, a film directed by actor and director Luca Bercovici.

Adamson has made guest appearances on CBS’s crime drama Cold Case and FX’s dark comedy It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia.  In addition, Adamson played the role of Charles in the four-season run of Lincoln Heights for ABC Family, co-starred with Demi Lovato and Selena Gomez in the Disney Channel movie, The Princess Protection Program, recurred on the Disney Channel show Jonas, co-starred in the Tony Vidal directed movie, The Prankster, played lead character, “The Rog,” in Chris Kattan’s Devolved and had a role opposite Meryl Streep, Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin in It’s Complicated.  

DAPHNE ASHBROOK (Jackie)
Daphne Ashbrook plays Jackie, a character to be dramatically revealed mid-season.Born into a family of actors and directors in San Diego, California, it was only natural that Ashbrook discovered her love of acting while still a young child. Throughout her lively career, Ashbrook has become known for both her comic timing and deep emotional portrayals.  Perhaps her most memorable roles are Dr. Grace Holloway in the 1996 Doctor Who movie and the titular character in "Melora" Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.  

She has also starred in many movies of the week and mini-series, including Rock, about Rock Hudson’s life playing Rock’s wife, Phyllis Gates.  Also, Ashbrook starred in the Mini-Series Intruders, with Mare Winningham and Richard Crenna, and The Love Letter, starring opposite Campbell Scott with Jennifer Jason Lee.

Other TV and film work includes recurring roles on The O.C., JAG, Falcon Crest and Hooperman as well as guest appearances on NCIS, Law and Order, Cold Case, CSI, Crossing Jordan, Without a Trace, The Lodger, Murder She Wrote, Judging Amy, The Guardian, Ghost Whisperer and Knight Rider, and she won Best Supporting Actress at the Method Fest Indie Film Festival for her performance in Dumbarton Bridge.

Also a talented singer, Ashbrook recently released her first CD, Grace Notes, to rave reviews and a selection for the 2012 Grammy nomination ballot. Recently, Ashbrook published a witty memoir Dead Woman Laughing - An Actor's Take from Both Sides of the Camera that pulls back the curtain on the life of a working actor.

BRANDON BELL (Jake)
Brandon Bell plays Jake, Eddie’s type-A manager and best friend.  Born in Dallas, Texas, Bell spent most of his childhood playing sports until his parents enrolled him in the African American Children’s Theater (AACT) to gain exposure to the arts. From that point on, he knew that acting was what he wanted to do for the rest of his life.

Bell's past credits include guest starring roles on the hit television shows NCIS on CBS, Two Broke Girls on CBS andABC’s Revenge, as well as a recurring role on Switched at Birth on ABC Family. Bell graduated from USC with a Bachelor's Degree in theater and a Master's Degree in education.

MERRIN DUNGEY (Ellie)
Merrin Dungey plays Ellie, Nora’s friend and colleague.  For over a decade, Dungey has been a part of some of television’s most celebrated programs.  Dungey is most recognized for her diabolical performance as double-crossed spy Alison Doren/Francie Calfo on the Emmy award winning show Alias. While starring on Alias, she maintained recurring roles on the hit comedies The King of Queens and Malcolm in the Middle.

Born in Detroit, but raised a California girl, Dungey graduated from UCLA with a Bachelor of Arts in theater and was the youngest recipient ever of the UCLA Acting Award, which was presented to her by Oscar winning actor Denzel Washington.  A skilled performer who took her theater background and spun it into a brief, but successful standup comedy career, she performed at the Montreal Comedy Festival and appeared on a Comedy Central standup special.

Dungey successfully walks the line between drama and comedy.  Her extensive resumé includes guest roles on the smash comedies Friends, Seinfeld, Hung, Curb Your Enthusiasm, a recurring role on Better Off Ted and drama Emmy staples The West Wing, ER, and Boston Legal.  Most recently, Dungey was seen on The Closer, Castle and a multiple guest arc on ABC’s new hit series Revenge.

ASHLEY HOLLIDAY (Melissa)
Ashley Holliday plays Loren’s bubbly and fearless best friend, Melissa.  Holliday began acting at the early age of one, as the daughter of Stanley Tucci on an episode of Miami Vice. She attended the Los Angeles County High School for Arts, where she majored in Theatre and later continued her theatre studies at Playhouse West, Lesly Kahn Institute and John Rosenfeld, among others.

After doing theatre in and around Los Angeles, Holliday booked a regular role on the series Huge for ABC Family. Last summer, she shot the independent film The Man That Shook the Hand of Vicente Fernandez, playing the role of Rita.

TINA HUANG (Lily)
Tina Huang plays aggressive TV entertainment reporter, Lily. A first generation Asian-American actress, Huang was raised in Chinatown and the Lower East Side of New York City. Tina attended LaGuardia High School of Performing Arts and then went on to graduate from NYU Tisch School of the Arts focusing in acting, directing and design at Playwrights Horizons.

Tina’s recent TV credits include a recurring role on Rizzoli & Isles (TNT), Switched at Birth (ABC Family), The Office (NBC), Criminal Minds (CBS), House, M.D (Fox),and Law & Order: Los Angeles (NBC). Her stage credits include an award-winning production of Amy Tan’s Immortal Heart that went on a west coast tour and a French Tour.  In 2010, she co-wrote and co-produced Oregon Trail Live! A 4D, 8-bit Adventure that played to sold-out crowds in Los Angeles. In January 2012, she was in the production of Fairy Tale Theatre: 18 & Over which garnered rave reviews from various publications, including the Los Angeles Times and LA Weekly.

SHANNON KANE (Traci)
Shannon Kane plays Traci, Jake’s wife who tries to keep him grounded.Kane received the Breakthrough Actress Award from the 2010 Capri International Film Festival for her stunning performance in Antoine Fuqua’s Brooklyn’s Finest, opposite Richard Gere and Don Cheadle.  She also starred as Natalia, Jesse’s daughter on the popular daytime drama All My Children

Kane has also appeared in Sony Pictures’ SWAT: Fire-Fight opposite Giancarlo Esposito and Gabriel Macht, and in Tyler Perry's Madea's Big Happy Family as career-driven Kimberly in this adaptation of Perry's stage play. 

Raised by her mother in Kalamazoo, Michigan, Kane participated in the “Education for the Arts” program and was honored with the Gilmore Scholarship for Dance, which enabled her to attend Western Michigan University. A local talent search led to Kane signing with Elite Chicago where she quickly started her career as a print model and after moving to Los Angeles landed guest roles on series such as Entourage and CSI.

HUNTER KING (Adriana)
Hunter King plays the classic mean popular girl in high school, Adriana.  King started acting professionally when she was six years-old and booked a Disneyland campaign. She continued to hone her acting skills and performed in several local theater productions.

King’s previous credits include A.I. Artificial Intelligence directed by Steven Spielberg, a recurring role in Showtime's Dexter and guest starring roles on such shows as Workaholics, Hannah Montana, ER and Without a Trace. In her spare time, King enjoys target shooting at the indoor range, doing gymnastics at her local gym and volunteering her time with special needs children.

NICK KRAUSE (Adam)
Nick Krause plays Loren’s and Melissa’s best friend, Adam.  With a breakout role in one of this year’s buzzed Oscar contenders, Krause is an actor worth taking note of into 2012. Quoted as a ‘scene stealer’ by The Guardian, he played Sid in Alexander Payne’s The Descendants, starring George Clooney.

Born in Austin and raised in Georgetown, Texas, Krause was a smart and athletic kid. He went to college at age ten and after that, decided to attend NYOS charter school in order to grow around people his own age. He graduated early from Georgetown High School to begin shooting The Descendants in Hawaii.

Krause first realized that acting was for him after attending an improv comedy workshop at the age of ten. One of his first big acting projects was a film called How to Eat Fried Worms, based off the book and starring Alexander Gould, and later Exterminators, starring Heather Graham. Outside of acting, Krause plays the guitar and says that his proudest achievement was playing a two-hour Zappa tribute set with a member of the Mothers of Invention.  

BRIAN LETSCHER (Gus)
Brian Letscher plays Gus, Melissa and Phil's dad and husband to Lisa.Originally from just outside of Detroit, Michigan, Letscher attended The University of Michigan where he played football and graduated with an economics degree.  Soon after, Letscher moved to New York City to pursue acting.  After a stint with the Public Theater Shakespeare Lab, he quickly landed roles in film (Kate and Leopold, Puccini for Beginner's), television (Law and Order: CI, SVU) and theatre (Burning Blue). 

Letscher also began working with The Purple Rose Theatre in Chelsea, Michigan where he played the lead role of Bo Decker in William Inge's Bus Stop. The production earned The Detroit Free Press' "Best Play" award.  Letscher became a produced playwright when The Purple Rose developed and produced a full equity run of his first play, When The Lights Come On, about his experiences in the world of college football.

Since moving to Los Angeles five years ago, Letscher has appeared in over a dozen television shows while becoming a member of The Pacific Residents Theatre Company and continuing to write and develop his own work.  He can currently be seen on ABC’s Scandal.

YARA MARTINEZ (Kelly)
Yara Martinez plays Kelly, Traci's best friend who is full of energy and life.  Martinez studied acting at the New World School of the Arts in Miami where she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts.  She then studied at the Anne Bogart’s SITI Company in Saratoga, New York, which led her to New York City where she screen tested for several movies.

After moving to Los Angeles, Martinez landed her first television job opposite Sean Bean in Faceless for FOX.  She has had recurring roles in Vanished and Unit, acted in The Apostles as a detective opposite Shawn Hatosy, exercised her comedic skills in Spaced based on the BBC original series, played a heart transplant patient on ER and played Kevin Alejandro’s wife in Southland.  Recently she has held a recurring role on Breakout Kings, playing the wife of Charles Du Champ and The Lying Game as Theresa Lopez.

GRAYSON McCOUCH (Don)
Grayson McCouch plays Dr. Don, Adriana's single father and a surgeon.  After receiving a Bachelor of Arts Honors Degree in theater from Hamilton College in Clinton, NY, McCouch went on to receive a graduate degree from the British American Drama Academy, Oxford-Yale program in London.

McCouch later spent four seasons with the Williamstown Theater Festival, MA (1988-1992), where he performed in Arturo Ul, The Visit, Three Penny Opera, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Inherit the Wind and The Moonstone.  In 1992, he performed in Electra with the Almeida Theater in London.  He also appeared in The Royal Court’s Women Beware Women.
 

McCouch’s first professional acting job was a pilot by James Brooks called Sibs/Related by Birth, where he worked with Dan Castellaneta and Jami Gertz.  Recent performing credits include roles in CBS’ As The World Turns, The Apostles on FOX, Throttle, Momentum, CBS’ The Agency, Dope on FX, All Souls, Airtight, Legacy, Forbidden Island, Armageddon, Sins of the Mind, Beverly Hills 90210, NBC’s The Cosby Mysteries, NBC’s Another World, ABC’s Sibs/Related by Birth, Party Planner with David Tutera and Meet the Soap Stars.

McCouch was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor for his role of Dustin Donovan in As the World Turns and was a presenter at the 32nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards. 

RICK OTTO (Colorado)
Rick Otto plays Colorado, a rugged working class guy who lurks on the wrong side of the law.Otto is best known for his role as Officer Kenneth Dozerman on HBO’s The Wire.  Most recently Otto completed a six-episode arc as Andrew on the hit AMC show The Walking Dead and can be seen in theatres playing the role of Flynt in George Lucas’ Red Tails.

Born in Baltimore, Maryland, he began his post-grad career as a law student.  In 1993, he changed career paths and moved to New York, where he studied acting at the Herbert Berghof Studio.  Following a 1995 guest starring role in Saved by the Bell: The New Class, Otto appeared in many independent films, including Phantoms, Enemies of Laughter, R.S.V.P., Against All Evidence and The Good Humor Man

MEREDITH SALENGER (Lisa)
Meredith Salenger plays Melissa and Phil's iron fisted mom, Lisa.  Born and raised in Malibu, California, Salenger was discovered by legendary director John Huston and asked to play a singing and dancing orphan in the feature film he was currently directing, Annie.  Salenger then landed her first starring role in the Disney film, The Journey of Natty Gann, the first American film to win the gold award at the Moscow Film Festival. The film also garnered Salenger the Best Actress in a Drama award at the Youth in Film Awards for her wonderful portrayal of the tomboyish Natty Gann opposite actor John Cusack.  Impressed with  Salenger’s talent, Walt Disney Studios put Meredith under contract for two years, which was the first time an actress had been under contract to a studio since the old days at MGM.

Salenger went on to star in four more films before she was 18-years-old, most notably, A Night in the Life of Jimmy Reardon, opposite River Phoenix for which she was nominated again for “Best Actress in a Drama” at the Youth in Film Awards and Dream a Little Dream. 

Salenger then left Hollywood to further her education and attended Harvard University, graduating cum laude with a degree in Psychology.  Upon her return to Hollywood, Salenger resumed her acting career.  Her credits include: Lake Placid, Race to Witch Mountain, a four episode arc on the hit show Damages and an upcoming independent film called Crush.  Salenger has also been cast as the star of many new sitcom pilots for networks like NBC, FOX and most notably the comedy pilot Hud opposite Steve Carrell.  She currently voices Barriss Offee in George Lucas’ Star Wars animated series The Clone Wars.

JAMA WILLIAMSON (Nora)
Jama Williamson plays Nora, Loren's mom and her biggest cheerleader.  Williamson is known for her recurring role as Wendy Haverford, the ex-wife of Tom Haverford (Aziz Ansari) on NBC's comedy, Parks and Recreation.  Williamson has also recurred on Showtime’s hit series Weeds and continues to work episodically, including guest parts on Law& Order for NBC as well as Numbers for CBS.  

Originally from Indiana, Williamson's career began on the stage in New York City theatre before she moved to Los Angeles, where she currently lives.

JILL FARREN PHELPS – Executive Producer
Six-time Emmy Award-winning producer Jill Farren Phelps has three decades of powerhouse daytime serials to her name.  Born in New York City, Phelps graduated from Carnegie Mellon University and began her career as a production assistant to Bob Fosse and Mike Nichols working on various New York stage productions. She then transitioned into television with production roles on Guiding Light and Santa Barbara, where she ultimately rose to Executive Producer.  She has since worked as an executive producer at all three major broadcast networks producing daytime dramas, for a total of five programs.

In 1991, Phelps returned to Guiding Light as Executive Producer before serving as Executive Producer of Another World. Phelps then joined ABC Daytime, serving as Executive Producer of One Life to Live from 1998-2001 and later moved to executive producer of General Hospital from 2001-2011. During this time, she also executive produced the first season of SOAPnet's prime time spin-off, General Hospital: Night Shift.

During her tenure in daytime television, her work has garnered three Outstanding Daytime Drama Emmy Awards for Santa Barbaraand three for General Hospital.

JOSH GRIFFITH – Co-Executive Producer, Head Writer
With a bevy of notable credits from daytime to Spanish-language television, Emmy Award-winning writer/producer Josh Griffith has a proven track record in writing and developing hit programming.  Griffith has served as writer/head-writer on such long-running daytime serials as One Life to Live, As the World Turns, Santa Barbara and more recently as Executive Producer of The Young & The Restless.  His work garnered him four Daytime Emmy Awards and four Writer’s Guild Awards.

Griffith’s additional credits include executive producing Angeles and Reyes y Rey for Telemundo, co-creating Sunset Beach for NBC and co-authoring the novel, The Killing Club (Hyperion Books) with Michael Malone.  Additionally, he wrote, produced and directed Haunted Heart for The Lost Studios Theater in Los Angeles.  Most recently, he served as an associate producer for the film, Twixt directed by Francis Ford Coppola.

HISHAM ABED – Co-Executive Producer, Director of Photography
After graduating from USC’s School of Cinema and Television, critically acclaimed director of photography Hisham Abed got his start behind the camera in operator and gaffer roles.  He later moved to Paris where he sharpened his skills as a street photographer and drew upon the style to later shoot his first feature film, The Natural History of Parking Lots, which made the Los Angeles Times Film Critic’s Top Ten List.  Soon after, Abed served as Director of Photography on several other independent films, including The Debut for Columbia Tri-Star as well as Knockout, Pit Stop and Sam & Joe. 

Abed turned his eye towards the challenge of shooting a reality show that eschews the conventions of the genre and simulates the look of a scripted series with MTV’s groundbreaking docu-drama, Laguna Beach: The Real OC.  The success of the series led him to continue on as Director for the network’s subsequent hit docu-dramas, The Hills and The City, for which he received praise from the New York Times, Time Magazine, Rolling Stone and LA Weekly.

These accolades later led to many offers to both shoot and direct a number of shows and pilots for television, including Comedy Central’s American Body Shop and Emmy-nominated Beyond the DaVinci Code for History Channel.  Abed has also served as Director of Photography for a numerous music videos, commercials and short films.

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