Born in London, UK, actress Mischa Barton began her acting career on the stage, appearing in Tony Kushner’s Slavs! and in James Lapine’s Twelve Dreams at New York’s Lincoln Center. In 1996 she made her screen debut with a guest appearance on the American soap opera “All My Children”. Voice over work followed with the Nickelodeon cartoon series “KaBlam!”, as did her first major film role in 1997 was as the protagonist of Lawn Dogs, an acclaimed drama co-starring Sam Rockwell. Major box office pictures soon followed, including the romantic comedy Notting Hill and M. Night Shyamalan’s smash hit The Sixth Sense. Barton is best known for her role as Marissa Cooper in the Fox television series “The O.C.”, in which she starred from 2003–2006, and for which she received two Teen Choice Awards and a Prism Award nomination. The role catapulted Barton into mainstream fame, and Entertainment Weekly named her the ‘It Girl’ of 2003. She has since appeared in the comedy remake St Trinian’s, the Richard Attenborough-directed drama Closing the Ring (both in 2007) and in Assassination of a High School President in 2008. Following, Barton returned to television, starring in the short-lived Ashton Kutcher-produced CW series “The Beautiful Life: TBL” in 2009, and in 2012 she returned to the stage, performing in the Irish production of Steel Magnolias.
Jackson Davis was Born on March 19, 1979 in a small town called Gloversville, New York. His family moved around for some years until they settled in Lancaster Country, Pennsylvania where Jackson was mostly raised. After graduating high school Jackson decided not to attend college. Instead he opted to work many different jobs to support himself. Not finding any satisfaction or love for those occupations and wanting to leave his small town and see the world, Jackson chose to serve his country and join the Navy. That brought him to Seattle, Washington where he was stationed for several years. When Jackson’s ship was not out to sea he had some free time. So one day he went to an acting class… and that was it. He began performing in small productions around the area, when he could. Soon he realized that he’d found that thing he’d been searching for, that after numerous jobs and travels, acting was all he wanted to do. The day Jackson was discharged for the Navy, he packed his truck and drove to Los Angeles. Within the first month of being in LA he found an acting school, Playhouse West, where he studied continuously for the next three years. During those three years Jackson worked, acting in several independent feature films and over 15 short films. In 2006 Jackson auditioned for the hit series “Lonelygirl15”. He was cast and has been a series regular on the show for the last year and a half.
Cayleb Long is an American actor. He was born in Portland and raised in Oregon where he began a performing arts career in theater, film, and dance. He found a creative home with the Barrow Group Theater Company in NYC where he studied with Lee Brock and Seth Barrish, while also originating the lead role of Harris in the play Closing Costs by Arlene Hutton. He has also worked as a curator, horticulturalist, and educator at Brooklyn Botanic Garden in Brooklyn, New York. Cayleb plays lead roles in the forthcoming feature films The Basement, and Ascent to Hell. He also plays a recurring role in the as yet to be released series “The Traditions” from writer director Alex Ross Perry (Listen Up Philip, Queen of Earth) and has lead roles in the short films Tied to the Ocean and Strangers in Familiar Places. Cayleb was nominated for Best Lead Actor by the Madrid International Film Festival for his performance as Wesley in the feature film Ascent to Hell. He splits time between Los Angeles and NYC.