A stunning and talented young actress, Lyndsy Fonseca has quickly grabbed attention as one of Hollywood’s most vibrant talents. Fonseca can currently be seen in Marvel’s hit new drama, AGENT CARTER, and Fox's GRANDFATHERED. Last year, she co-starred in the Amazon pilot, DOWN DOG, which was directed by Brad Silberling.

On the big screen, Fonseca also starred in HOT TUB TIME MACHINE opposite John Cusack, Kate Walsh and Chevy Chase, and in John Carpenter’s thriller, THE WARD, opposite Amber Heard, Danielle Panabaker and Mamie Gummer. Earlier last year, Fonseca shot the independent film, THE ESCORT, starring opposite Rumer Willis.

Fonseca previously starred for four seasons on the popular CW series, NIKITA, and on the hit ABC series DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES opposite Dana Delaney and Nathan Fillion. She also co-starred in Lifetime’s event miniseries, FIVE, which was executive produced by Jennifer Aniston and directed by Penelope Spheeris. Fonseca’s other television credits include recurring roles on HBO’s critically-acclaimed series, BIG LOVE, and on CBS’ long-running comedy, HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER.

Her other notable guest star appearances include BOSTON PUBLIC, CSI, HOUSE and HEROES. Fonseca began her career on the daytime drama THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS, on which she starred for 3 years.



Tyler can be seen this Spring starring in the new CBS spinoff series CRIMINAL MINDS: BEYOND BORDERS, as Monty, a computer whiz who works with a division of the FBI that helps American citizens who find themselves in trouble abroad.

In early 2015, Tyler guest-starred as Noah in AMC’s THE WALKING DEAD (TV’s number one show - continuously beat out Sunday Night Football in ratings).  He recently shot a comedy sketch on KEY & PEELE where he played Steve Urkel. This sketch received rave reviews and was named the number 1 sketch of 2014 by NEW YORK MAGAZINE.

On the big screen, Tyler starred as Lionel Higgins in the Sundance breakout film DEAR WHITE PEOPLE, a satire about being a black face in a very white place. He received critical acclaim at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival for the film, directed by Justin Simien (VARIETY’s “10 Directors to Watch”) and winner of a Special Jury Prize.   The film also received two Gotham Award nominations. The year prior, Tyler was also co-starred in the Tyler Perry comedy PEEPLES (Lionsgate) with Kerry Washington and Craig Robinson.

You can also see Tyler in the Emmy Award-winning series “Everybody Hates Chris” where he won a 2007 NAACP image award for Best Actor in a Comedy Series for his performance. In 2012, Williams starred in the Disney Channel Original Movie LET IT SHINE as ‘Cyrus DeBarge,’ a gifted rapper full of self-doubt, and was nominated for an NAACP Image Award for his performance.

He began acting at the age of four on "Sesame Street" and later co-starred in the animated series "Little Bill."  Additional television credits include "Law & Order: SVU" and numerous appearances in sketches on "Saturday Night Live."  Other film credits include the feature film UNACCOMPANIED MINORS.

Also an accomplished musician, Tyler recently released a mixtape with his brother Tyrel Jackson Williams titled Me, My Brother & A Mic. Tyler and Tyrel released this tape in just two weeks, after requests from fans.


Cyrina Fiallo is a Cuban-Italian actress, born and raised in Miami Florida. Since moving to Los Angeles, she has appeared in many popular shows, including  NBC’s Community, FOX’s Glee, CW’s Supernatural, FX’s Married, and Disney’s Good Luck Charlie, to name a few.  She has also appeared in more than 50 National commercials, in both English & Spanish.

This past year, she wrapped three features, including the very dark comedy, “Hollywood”,  the romantic comedy, “The Night is Young”, directed by Matt Jones, (Breaking Bad), and the comedy, “Killing Poe”, which she co-produced. She also wrapped the Comedy Central series, “White Flight”, with Matt Braunger, directed by Nisha Ganatra, and the webseries, “We Are Not Alone”, for

Cyrina is also a writer, and has numerous projects in the works. Along with several features and short films, she and writing partner Chrissie Fit, (Pitch Perfect 2), created and starred in a popular YouTube series, “The Subpranos.” Most recently, they wrapped their short film, “Once Upon a Prince”, where Cyrina made her directorial debut.

Later this year, Cyrina can be seen in the Indie drama, “Gosnell”, directed by Nick Searcy, and also CBS’s “Rush Hour."