Alumni Marquee Jeff Parker BFA ’89 appeared as David, the Duke of Windsor, in the North American premiere Andy Tennant BA ’77 directed the film The Secret: of The King’s Speech — by David Seidler Dare to Dream. He also received two Emmys and directed by Michael Wilson at Chicago at the 41st Annual Sports Emmys for E: 60 Shakespeare Theater. Hilinski’s Hope and E: 60 The Squad: 44 Years, 41 Allegations, both on ESPN. C L A S S O F 1 990s CL ASS OF 1 9 70S
CL ASS OF 1 9 80s Todd Black BFA ’82 produced the film Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom. He is also a producer for the film adaptation of the comic book The Kaiju Score and is the executive producer for the upcoming Peacock limited series Dr. Death.
Seth Cover BFA ’98 is the CEO of Mycotoo, Inc., a global leader in themed entertainment, live events and immersive brand experiences — including studio theme parks (Motiongate and Bollywood Parks) and award-winning brand experiences (SXSWestworld Experience and Game of Thrones).
Karen Zarish Covell BA ’80 is producing a feature James Lesure BFA ’95 is a series regular in the film, a game show and writing her third book. ABC TV series Rebel, scheduled for 2021. She is the current head of the PGA Event Committee. She runs a non-profit called The Mykle McCoslin BA ’96 Hollywood Prayer Network that mentors young was elected President female producers and supports the Hollywood of the Houstoncreative community. Austin SAG-AFTRA local and represented Tim Dang BFA ’80 directed a production of The her members as a Joy Luck Club by Susan Kim at the Sierra Madre convention delegate Playhouse last fall and is featured in a new at the 2019 SAGvideo game called Ghost of Tsushima. He is also AFTRA National the arts and culture leader of the L.A. County Convention in Los Economic Resiliency Task Force. Angeles. Cynthia DeCure BA ’88 is now an assistant professor of acting at the Yale School of Drama, teaching speech and dialects. Also, she co-edited Scenes for Latinx Actors: Voices of the New American Theatre, which was published in spring 2019 by Smith in Kraus.
Beck Bennett BFA ’07 was seen in the film Bill & Ted Face the Music. He voices Austin Van Der Sleet in the upcoming Marvel animated series M.O.D.O.K. and is a cast member on SNL. Charl Brown BA ’01 starred in The Doo Wop Project: Live In Your Living Room, a theatrical concert tracing the evolution of Doo Wop. Ray Chase BA ’09 voices characters in an English dub of Pokemon Journeys: The Series Part 2 on Netflix and voices a character in a Fall Guys animated parody called Fall Guys: The Anime. Chastity Dotson BFA ’04 founded the initiative “300 for 300” to empower 300 young women of color in Louisville, Kent. Marja Harmon BA ’05 has performed as Angelica in the San Francisco company of Hamilton as part of the And Peggy tour. Eric Ladin BA ’01 co-stars in Disney+'s The Right Stuff and has a recurring role on Bosch. Kelli McNeil BA ’03 was featured in Literary Death Match for the first-ever kids edition.
Nick Rutherford BA ’06 is one of the producers of Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty. The show received its Creative Arts Emmy Award for Timothy Omundson BFA ’91 starred in the NBC Outstanding Animated Program for the episode Peacock television film Psych 2: Lassie Come Home. “The Vat of Acid Episode.”
Jennifer Sarvas BFA ’06 founded a resume coaching business called “At Your Sarvas” that helps entertainment workers communicate their Anthony Sparks BFA ’94 was one of the honorees transferable skills and find new opportunities during the pandemic. at the 2020 Television Academy Honors. He is developing a scripted series, Choir, based on the Peter Vack BFA ’09 is a series regular on HBO Detroit Youth Choir. Max’s Love Life, starring Anna Kendrick. He Tate Donovan BFA ’85 narrated National appears in the Netflix anthology series Social Danny Strong BA ’96 serves as writer and Geographic’s special Expedition Everest and is in executive producer for the upcoming Hulu series Distance. the Aretha Franklin biopic Respect. Dopesick, and was executive producer of and Deborah Ann Woll BFA ’07 is in the upcoming featured in the series The Right Stuff. Grant Heslov BFA ’85 produced the Netflix film film Ida Red. Midnight Sky. Michael Uppendahl BFA ’98 directed and Steve Hoefer BA ’85 directed Henry Danger the executive produced of the FX TV series CL A S S OF 201 0s Musical for Nickelodeon. He has directed the Impeachment: American Crime Story. Claire Adams BA ’15 moved to New York in pilot episodes and series for iCarly, Victorious, Robin Veith BFA ’96 is developing the upcoming January 2019, where she participated in the Sam & Cat, Game Shakers and Henry Danger. Tommy Awards that year. After that, she played true crime TV series Candy for UCP. Other series include Drake and Josh, All That, Snow White/Ensemble in the star-studded Zoey 101, Jesse and Boy Meets World. He started Into The Woods at the Hollywood Bowl and C L A S S O F 2000s in television, working production for various performed as Lauren in Kinky Boots at the series that included The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, Patrick J. Adams BFA ’04 stars in Disney+'s The Gateway Theatre in New York. Coach, Charles in Charge and others. Right Stuff. Nichole Bloom BA ’11 guest stars on season 3 of Marguerite MacIntyre BFA ’84 serves as Boni B. Alvarez MFA ’07 had the 2019 production Disney XD’s Big Hero 6 The Series, voicing the showrunner, writer and executive producer of his play America Adjacent livestreamed with character Olivia. for the Stampede Ventures TV show Aftercare Skylight Theatre Company. Instructions.
J. August Richards BFA ’95 is in the film Pearl and the television show Council of Dads.