Griffin started his career at the ripe ole age of 6 months. He was selected to be the “Pampers Baby” and pursued this endeavor with fervor until he was deemed too old by industry standards to continue. Age 2. Griffin then moved onto commercials, working his way up to over 50 National spots. Then came the Theatrical world. Griffin took the road less traveled working adult dramas, such as Castle, Bones, Medium, Criminal Minds, Eleventh Hour, Lie to Me, and Desperate Housewives.
Eventually Feature Films came a calling. Griff was the envy of all “Man” kind by shooting all of his scenes of Mark Wahlberg’s The Gambler at The Playboy Mansion. Griff said goodbye to Heff and moved onto his most exciting role to date as Matt in Mark Rosmans’ Time Toys.
After wrapping Time Toys, Griff transitioned seamlessly into his role of star wide receiver and defensive back of The Burbank Viking Junior Football Team. In addition Griff has spent many hours volunteering at his church and will be joining the Champions Against Bullying campaign.
Griff is always on the lookout for his next new and exciting challenge!
JJ Totah is a 14 year old actor, comedian and singer known for playing Myron Muskovitz in the last season of the Fox hit series Glee and Stuart in the Disney Channel series Jessie. JJ has also starred in Back in the Game ( ABC, series regular), 2 Broke Girls ( CBS, guest star), New Girl (FOX, guest star),The Exes (TV Land, guest star), Other People (soon to be released feature film starring Jesse Plemons and Molly Shannon), Sofia the First ( Disney Jr, animated series), and Nina Needs to Go (Disney Jr., animated series).
JJ has been nominated for a ‘Young Artist Award’ for his recurring role in Jessie (Disney Channel) and has been a celebrity ambassador of GLAAD.
aden Betts was born in West Hills, California on September 11, 2002. He began his acting career at the age of 5 months old when he shot his 1st national commercial for “State Farm Insurance” directed by Spike Lee. In 2009, Jaden worked on his first feature film Larry Crowne starring Julia Roberts. This film afforded him the opportunity to work opposite Academy winner Tom Hanks as well as Academy winner Taraji Henson and Cedric the Entertainer. At 8 yrs. old Jaden booked his 1st series regular role as Donny McStuffins on Disney’s Emmy awarding winning Doc McStuffins for which he won a Young Artist’s Award for Best Performance in a Voice-Over Role – Young Actor. He also enjoys voicing his character on Disney Junior’s Sofia the First as Prince Khalid. At 9 yrs. old Jaden booked his 1st starring role in a stop motion animation feature called The Shadow King directed by Henry Selick (Nightmare before Christmas). Currently, Jaden has a recurring role as Javi on ABC’s hit show Scandal and has a lead role on a new Amazon animated series which debuts in 2016.
In his free time Jaden enjoys doing martial arts, computer programming, drawing, going to the movies and reading comic books. Jaden’s love of super heroes and super powers is what immediately drew him to his character “Eddie” on Time Toys! Check out Jaden’s full list of credits on IMDB.com and visit his Twitter & Instagram pages.
Samuel Gilbert is best known for his recurring role on New Girl as Young Schmidt. Sam has made guest appearances in the film Larry Gaye: Male Flight Attendant with Mark Feuerstein and James Franco’s film Actors Anonymous. He’s had guest roles on The Middle, About A Boy, See Dad Run, The Jeselnik Offensive and Conan.
Sam performs improv at Second City, Hollywood and has performed stand-up comedy at The Improv in both Hollywood and Las Vegas.
Inspired by the works of his Academy Award-winning father, Ed Begley Jr. became an actor. He first came to audiences’ attention for his portrayal of Dr. Victor Ehrlich on the long-running hit television series St. Elsewhere, for which he received six Emmy nominations. To date Ed have stared in over 100 films and videos and is currently shooting Christopher Guest’s film Mascots. Ed have also stared in 183 TV series including Hot In Cleveland and Arrested Development.
A native of Houston raised on Lookout Mountain outside of Golden, Colorado, Greg was exposed to the performing arts at an early age, particularly through his father, an award-winning children’s playwright and theater professor. As a Theater major at the University of Northern Colorado, a constant stream of plays led him to the gradual realization that acting would be his professional future. He became a member of Circle Repertory Company and Ensemble Studio Theatre, accumulating credits in such off-Broadway and Broadway plays as Steven Sondheim musical Assassins, The Person I Once Was opposite Holly Hunter and David Mamet War Games, among others. He has distinguished himself on the big screen portraying roles in various films.
Greg is best known for his role is the TV series Ally McBeal and had starred in over 50 other series like Law and Order and Raising Hope and over 50 films and videos including Get Hard.
At thirteen years old Mackenzie Aladjem has made her mark in the entertainment business as “one to watch,” appearing in critically acclaimed projects and bringing characters to life on stage, in film, and on television. Aladjem was most recently seen reprising her scene stealing role as Edie Falco’s daughter Fiona Peyton on the award winning Showtime series Nurse Jackie. In 2013 Nurse Jackie and its ensemble cast was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series. In 2011 Aladjem won her first Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a TV Series for her work on the show, and in 2012 was a nominee in the same category.
Born and raised in Southern California, Aladjem got her start in the entertainment industry at the age of seven when she was cast as Molly in the National Broadway Tour of Annie. A natural performer, she loved every second of being on stage and was a stand out as the youngest orphan of the group. Aladjem went on to land her first guest starring role on television in 2007 on the hit CBS series CSI: Miami. She quickly booked a handful of recurring and guest star roles on series including: Workaholics, The Middle, Grey’s Anatomy, About a Boy, Parenthood, over 50 episodes of All My Children, and Lifetime’s original movie Of Two Minds.
On the film front, Aladjem made her feature film debut as “Hayley Haller,” Matthew McConaughey’s daughter in The Lincoln Lawyer for Lionsgate. She went on to land a role in Judd Apatow’s This is 40 for Universal Pictures.
Dalton Cyr stared as Judd in A History of Radness (Amazon Studios), and Young Mario in Feet (Skylight Films), and has toured the country as a recording artist/singer/musician. A prolific songwriter, he’s written and recorded 2 albums (“I’ll Be There” and “A New Day”) and has caught the attention of industry talent scouts who named him “one of the most promising upcoming songwriters in the world.” Cyr was selected to participate in the 2013 International Prodigy Workshop comprised of the top 20 songwriters and film-makers aged 12-18 from around the globe. In addition to appearing as supporting lead in Time Toys, two of Dalton Cyr’s songs will be featured in the movie: “You’re Not Alone” and “The Way It Should Be”. www.daltoncyr.com @daltoncyr
Classically trained in the musical theatres and acting workshops of Southern California and New York, Evan Roe has been working since the age of 12 in various roles including The Artful Dodger in Lionel Bart’s musical Oliver! and Mark Twain’s Big River as well as guest starring on Disney’s Jessie, Nickelodeon’s Sam and Cat and Bella and the Bulldogs, and George Lopez’s Saint George.
Currently residing in New York and starring as Jason McCord in the highly acclaimed CBS drama Madam Secretary, Evan especially enjoys his work on set learning from the show’s talented co-stars, producers and directors. In his free time you can find him in any of Manhattan’s parks flying his camera drone and creating his own film productions or attending local theater. While back home in Los Angeles, he attends Improv and Acting courses while spending time with his close friends. In addition to acting, his interests include sailing, hiking, playing video games and completing his Eagle Scout qualifications this year.
Parvesh Singh Cheena most recently played Gupta in the NBC Universal TV series Outsourced. Cheena was born in Elk Grove, Illinois, of Indian descent. He studied musical theatre at the Chicago College of Performing Arts. Parvesh has starred in six films in the past year and prior to that has over 40 feature and video credits and has starred over 50 TV series.
Rob Van Dam, also known as RVD, is a world famous professional wrestler. He is also an actor, martial artist, world traveler, motivational speaker, comedian, and philosopher.
Van Dam is best known for his appearances with Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW) in the late 1990s, with the World Wrestling Federation / World Wrestling Entertainment in the early to mid-2000s and with Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) in the early 2010s. He returned to WWE in 2013. His positive outlook on life, impressive skills, and unique performances continue to inspire and entertain fans worldwide.
Rob has starred in: ECW, WWE Smackdown, WWE RAW, 3 Headed Shark Attack (Movie), and TNA Wrestling.”