Josh Duhamel’s first acting success was as “Leo duPres” on All My Children a recurring role from 1999-2002. His next major role was as “Danny McCoy” from 2003-2008 in the crime drama Las Vegas. He played “Captain Lennox” in the 2007 film Transformers and can currently be seen as “Major Lennox” in Tranformers: Revenge of the Fallen.
After moving to Los Angeles in 1996, Corbin Bleu landed a recurring role on the television series High Incident (1996). He started to land small roles in feature films such as Soldier (1998), Mystery Men (1999), and Galaxy Quest (1999). He also guest starred on such television shows as “ER” (1994), “Malcolm & Eddie” (1996), “Cover Me” (1999), and “The Amanda Show” (1999). Bleu also continued dancing. In his freshman year Bleu was cast in his first lead role in the feature film Catch That Kid (2004). The summer of 2004 earned Corbin a part in the ensemble cast for the new Discovery Kids television series “Flight 29 Down” (2005). During the summer of 2005 Corbin was cast as Chad in the Disney Channel Original Movie High School Musical (2006)(TV). He followed this up with the sequels, High School Musical 2 (2007)(TV), and High School Musical 3: Senior Year (2008)(TV).
George Eads, came to the public’s attention when he played “Nick Corelli” on the short-lived soap Savannah. The character was killed in the pilot episode, but Eads was so popular with the viewers producers continued to use in “flashbacks” and, eventually he was brought back has “Nick Corelli’s” twin.
Eads has played the part of “Nick Stokes” on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, from the show’s beginning to the present. When he started on the show the scenery of corpses, etc. gave him recurring nightmares.
Rob Estes landed one of his first roles as Glenn Gallagher in the daytime drama Days of our Lives (1986–1987). However, he gained much more recognition for his role as Sergeant Chris Lorenzo in Silk Stalkings (1991–1995). In 1996, he was cast in the role of a restauranteur Kyle McBride, in Melrose Place. He played the role until the series’ cancellation in 1999. He has had guest starring roles on Providence, Suddenly Susan, Law and Order: Special Victims Unit, and Gilmore Girls. He also performed in theatre, and had roles in Same Time, Next Year (2004) and The Lake (2005).
Estes starred in the comedic TV movie I Do, They Don’t (2005). He then went make to television picking up a role on the crime drama The Evidence. He also had a recurring role on CSI: Miami. In a January 2007 episode, he was murdered by the husband of a killer to cover up her crime. Estes then portrayed Lieutenant Tom Hogan, in the ABC police procedural and legal drama Women’s Murder Club. In 2008, he was cast in 90210 for the CW, as Harry Wilson.
Nude Adam Garcia played Doody in the West End’s version of Grease in London. In the Tony Manero stage version of Saturday Night Fever, he also played another Travolta character, which ran from 1998 to 1999 in London. Garcia reached number 15 in the UK singles chart in 1998, with his cover version of The Bee Gees song “Night Fever”, taken from Saturday Night Fever. In 2000 Adam Garcia played ‘Sean’ in Bootmen, a movie based on the Tapdogs story.
He appeared as government official Alex Klein in the 2005 Christmas special of the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. According to the audio commentary podcast for the episode offered for free on the bbc.co.uk website following its transmission, Garcia accepted the relatively minor role as he is a science fiction fan.
Garcia has been nominated for multiple awards during his acting career. His transition into a film actor began in 1997, when he played Jones in Wilde, a movie about the life of writer Oscar Wilde. In September 2006, Garcia began playing Fiyero in the London production of the Stephen Schwartz musical Wicked. He gave his final performance as Fiyero on July 14th 2007.
In the latter part of 2008, Adam appears in two ITV dramas, Britannia High in which he plays the dance teacher, and Mr Eleven, a two-part comedy/drama alongside Michelle Ryan and Sean Maguire. He is currently working on an indie film titled ‘A Woman Called Job’.
Mekhi Phifer is best known as “Dr Gregory Pratt” from 2002-2008, on the long running, successful television hospital drama ER. He has made brief appearances in episodes of Homicide : Life on the Street, Curb Your Enthusiasm, and the 2009 drama Lie to Me. Phifer is presently working on the film Hunter’s Moon which he will produce and star in.