Between 1985 and 1987 Vincent Irizarry made guest appearances on several television movies and series episodes. In 1987, he joined the cast of daytime soap Santa Barbara as “Dr. Scott Clark” until he left in 1989 and again appeared on a variety of television soaps and series including Murder She Wrote, Disappearing Act and Beverly Hills, 90210. Irizarry was on a few episodes of One Life to Live and The young and the Restless, but his major role has been “Dr. David Hayward, a role he originated, on All My Children. He first appeared on the long running soap in 1997 and was let go in 2006 due, according to producers, to a lack of story line. “Dr. David Hayward” was brought back to All My Children in 2008 and Irizarry has continued in the role since.
Michael Jai White’s first major role was as “Mike Tyson: in the HBO film Tyson. His big screen debut appearance was in The Toxic Avenger Part II. White’s performance in Spawn gained him a Blockbuster Entertainment Award nomination for Best Male Newcomer. Other movie roles include: Universal Soldier: The Return, and Exit Wounds. White appeared in The Dark Knight as mob boss “Gambol”. He will play the lead role of “Isaiah Bone” in Blood and Bone to be released sometime in 2009.
Taylor Kitsch began his acting career with an appearance on one episode of a Canadian sitcom called Godiva’s. In 2006 he landed the role of “Tim Riggins” on Friday Night Lights which won the Television Critics Association Award for Outstanding New Program. Kitsch appears in the 2009 movie X-Men Origins: Wolverine as “Remy LeBeau/Gambit”. He will star as “Kevin Carter” in The Bang-Bang- Club, a movie documenting the final bloody days of the South African apartheid. The film will be released in 2010.
Dave Annable first appeared in an episode of TV series Third Watch in 2002. In 2007 he was “Aaron Lewis” in the one season 2005 TV program Reunion. In 2006 Annable landed the part of “Justin Walker” youngest sibling in the series Brothers & Sisters.
Watch for Annable in the film You May Not Kiss the Bride to be released in 2010.
In 1994, James Denton played “Ray Higgs” in the thriller movie Thieves Quartet. Since that time he has appeared in movies such as That Old Feeling, Face/Off, Primary Colors and Locked Up Down Shorty’s. Among many guest appearances on television series episodes are: Ally McBeal, The West Wing, The Drew Carey Show and JAG. Denton has played the complicated character of “Mike Delfino” on Desperate Housewives from 2004 to the present.
Josh Holloway is one of the original cast members of the popular TV series Lost. He plays the role of “James ‘Sawyer’ Ford” a slick con man who was aboard the doomed Oceanic Flight 815.