Felicity Huffman

Felicity Huffman (HILLARY LICHTEN)

Huffman can currently be seen starring as “Lynette Scavo” on the ABC hit “Desperate Housewives.”  The cast won the 2004 SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series and most recently won a Golden Globe for Best Television Series-Comedy or Musical.  Huffman was also nominated for Best Actress in a Television Comedy for “Desperate Housewives.” Huffman has also been honored with an Emmy and a SAG Award for Best Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for her role on “Desperate Housewives.”

In film, Huffman was most recently seen in Universal Pictures’ GEORGIA RULE with Jane Fonda and Linsday Lohan, directed by Garry Marshall.  In 2006, Huffman starred in the critically acclaimed Weinstein Company film TRANSAMERICA.  The film, which was written and directed by Duncan Tucker, was the first ever acquisition for the company and starred Huffman as “Bree,” a transgendered woman who embarks on a journey across country with her newly discovered son.   In addition to the previously mentioned honors, she was also was nominated for a SAG Award and was awarded Best Actress by the National Board of Review and received a nomination for Best Actress from the Broadcast Film Critics Awards.  Multiple film festivals have screened the film including the Toronto International Film Festival and the Berlin International Film Festival.  Huffman received Best Actress awards from the Tribeca Film Festival, the San Diego Film Festival, the Aspen Film Festival, the Florida International Film Festival and was honored by the Palm Springs International Film Festival.  She was also honored by Movieline’s Hollywood Life with their “Breakthrough Performance” award.

In 2004, Huffman appeared in the feature film CHRISTMAS WITH THE CRANKS which starred Tim Allen and Jamie Lee Curtis.  She also appeared in RAISING HELEN which starred Kate Hudson and John Corbett.   On the small screen, Huffman was seen in 2004 in the television movie REVERSIBLE ERRORS with William H. Macy, Tom Selleck and Monica Potter.  Among her television movie credits are OUT OF ORDER, the critically acclaimed DOOR TO DOOR, starring William H. Macy, PATH TO WAR starring Alec Baldwin and Donald Sutherland, THE HEART DEPARTMENT, HARRISON, CRY OF THE CITY, QUICKSAND, HEART OF JUSTICE, THE WATER ENGINE, and UNDERWORLD.  Other television credits include “Chicago Hope,” “X-Files,” “Law and Order,” “Bedtime Stories” and appearances as a series regular on “The Human Factor,” “Sports Night,” “Thunder Alley,” “Early Edition,” “Jules,” and “The Golden Yis is just a placeholder to help you visualize how the content is displayed in the tabs. Feel free to edit this with your actual content.

Campbell Scott

Campbell Scott (PRINCIPAL DAVIS)

Campbell Scott studied with Stella Adler and got his first break playing Benvolio in ROMEO AND JULIET in summer stock in New England.  He has appeared on Broadway in acclaimed productions of LONG DAY’S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT, AH! WILDERNESS, and HAY FEVER.   He played the title role of HAMLET at the Old Globe in San Diego and again at the Huntington Theatre in Boston. Campbell’s other Shakespearean roles include Angelo in MEASURE FOR MEASURE at Lincoln Center, the title role of PERICLES at the New York Shakespeare Festival,

and Iago in OTHELLO at the Philadelphia Drama Guild.

His first film role was in FROM HOLLYWOOD TO DEADWOOD, followed by the highly praised LONGTIME COMPANION and Bernardo Bertolucci’s THE SHELTERING SKY.  Other film credits include DEAD AGAIN directed by Kenneth Branagh; DYING YOUNG in which he starred opposite Julia Roberts; and SINGLES directed by Cameron Crowe. He co-stars with Steve Martin in David Mamet’s film THE SPANISH PRISONER.  His most recent film appearances include ROGER DODGER; DUMA; SAINT RALPH; THE EXORCISM OF EMILY ROSE; and THE DYING GAUL, which he starred in and produced.

For television he starred in, co-directed and produced HAMLET for the Odyssey Network; co-starred with Ben Kingsley and Joanna Lumley in SWEENEY TODD for Showtime, and co-starred with Jennifer Jason Leigh in THE LOVE and FOLLOW THE STARS HOME for Hallmark Hall of Fame.

Mr. Scott’s film directing work includes co-directing the film BIG NIGHT with Stanley Tucci, OFF THE MAP, and most recently he directed the film COMPANY RETREAT. For the stage he has directed MISS JULIE, SNAKE PIT, and RECRUITING OFFICER.


Patricia Clarkson (MISS DODGER)

The roles Patricia Clarkson plays are as varied as the platform in which she plays them, and she has become one of today’s most respected actresses.  Ms. Clarkson  recently completed work on several films including Stanley Tucci’s BLIND DATE; Woody Allen’s latest as yet untitled film, opposite Scarlett Johanson and Javier Bardem; ELEGY, opposite Sir Ben Kingsley and Dennis Hopper; and MARRIED LIFE.

She most recently appeared on screen in LARS AND THE REAL GIRL, opposite Ryan Gosling and Emily Mortimer.

Additional film credits include: ALL THE KING’S MEN, GOODNIGHT AND GOOD LUCK, THE DYING GAUL, FAR FROM HEAVEN, HIGH ART and Brian De Palma’s THE UNTOUCHABLES, Ms. Clarkson’s film debut. Ms. Clarkson made her professional acting debut on the New York stage. Her theatre credits include EASTERN STANDARD, MAIDEN’S PRAYER and THREE DAYS OF RAIN.

In 2003, Ms. Clarkson’s work earned her unparalleled recognition. She was nominated for an Academy Award, Golden Globe, SAG Award, Broadcast Film Critics Award and an Independent Spirit Award for her role in PIECES OF APRIL.  In addition, the Sundance Film Festival awarded her the Jury Prize for Outstanding Performance..  Her performance in THE STATION AGENT earned her a SAG Award nomination for Best Actress. The National Board of Review and the National Society of Film Critics named her Best Supporting Actress of the Year for her work in both films.  In addition, Ms. Clarkson won Emmys in 2002 and 2006 for her guest-starring role on HBO’s acclaimed drama, “Six Feet Under. “

Born and raised in New Orleans, Clarkson began acting in school plays in her early teens. After studying speech at Louisiana State University for two years, she transferred to Fordham University, where she graduated Summa Cum Laude with a degree in theatre arts. She earned her MFA at the prestigious Yale School of Drama.