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Tammy Blanchard


Tammy Blanchard co-starred in 2016 Sundance favorite "Tallulah" with Ellen Page distributed by Netflix. She completed the feature "Warning Shot" with David Spade and Bruce Dern.

She can also be seen in "The Invitation" currently on Netflix. 


She's known for roles in “Blue Jasmine” directed by Woody Allen and “Into The Woods” with Meryl Streep.


She starred in the Broadway revival of the musical “Gypsy” directed by Sam Mendes for which she received a Tony Award nomination.

She's set to stars alongside Denzel Washington in the upcoming Broadway revival of Eugene O'Neill's "The iceman Comet". 


She won an Emmy Award for her portrayal of Judy Garland.


Dominic Fumusa


Dominic Fumusa was a regular on “Nurse Jackie” opposite Eddie Falco, currently on Netflix.


He joined the season 6 of Golden Globe and Emmy Awards winning TV series "Homeland". He co-starred in Michael Bay's “13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers Of Benghazi”.

Fumusa appeared opposite Will Smith and Margot Robbie in the romantic comedy "Focus."

He has originated roles on the Broadway stage in such plays as the Tony Award-winning “Take Me Out”, “Tape”, “Fault Lines” with David Schwimmer and Noah Emmerich.


Bryan Greenberg


Bryan Greenberg best known for his lead role in HBO's "How To Make It In America" and his recurring role in "One Tree Hill" joined the season 5 of the successful TV series "The Mindy Project".

He appeared in Dee Rees's Golden Globe nominated "Bessy".


He starred in “Prime” with Meryl Streep, “The Perfect Score” with Scarlett Johansson, “Nobel Son” with Alan Rickman and others.


Currently he can be seen on Netflix in "A Short History of Decay" and "Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong".


Emanuela Galliussi


Emanuela Galliussi graduated at the prestigious Accademia Nazionale D'Arte Drammatica "Silvio D'Amico", (consider the Juilliard of Italy) and began to work in Film, TV and Theatre with top Italian directors like Gabriele Muccino, Michele Soavi, Cristina Comencini to name a few. 

She collaborated with Juliette Binoche on the preparation for the role of Elle in "Certified Copy" by Abbas Kiarostami.

She moved her base to the U.S. and starred in numerous indie features like “Placebo”, “Going Bongo” and "#Screamers" that won festivals worldwide. 

She played the role of Queen Maria in the US/Italian co-production, "Caserta Palace dream" with Richard Dreyfuss directed by James McTeigue.

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