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JOHN LARROQUETTE (McBride) – Five-time Emmy® Award winner John Larroquette has starred in the television comedies “Night Court,” “The John Larroquette Show,” “Payne” and, most recently, “Happy Family.” He displayed his dramatic side with an Emmy® winning guest-starring stint on “The Practice.” He co-starred in the miniseries “Tenth Kingdom” and starred in and executive produced the telefilm “One Special Victory.” Prior to tackling the role of cop-turned-attorney Mike McBride in “McBride,” Larroquette starred in the Hallmark Channel Original Movie “Wedding Daze.”

Larroquette has had numerous memorable roles in feature films including “Blind Date,” “Summer Rental,” “Stripes,” “Choose Me,” “Star Trek III: The Search for Spock,” “Altered States,” “Cat People,” and “Twilight Zone: The Movie.” Recent film credits include “Kill Your Darlings” and the upcoming “Southland Tales.”

Born and raised in New Orleans, Larroquette was an only child who had studied music for 11 years by the time he was 17. He loved to write, considered entering the priesthood, had a talent for mimicry, and ultimately won a drama scholarship. Joining the Naval Reserve to satisfy his wanderlust, Larroquette always returned home to New Orleans, where he worked as an FM disc jockey.

Larroquette resides in Sun Valley, California, with his wife and three children. ###

MARTA DUBOIS (Detective Sgt. Roberta Hansen) – Marta DuBois made her feature film debut in Tony Bill’s “Boulevard Nights,” which has become a cult classic within the Latino community. Recently, she starred in the critically acclaimed indie hit “Luminarias.”

On television, DuBois has guest-starred in countless hit series including “L.A. Law,” “Matlock,” “Murder, She Wrote,” “Walker, Texas Ranger,” “The Division,” “King of Queens” and the daytime drama “Passions.” Most recognized for her recurring role as Tom Selleck’s wife Michelle in “Magnum, P.I.” and her charismatic turn as Ardra in “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” DuBois also starred in her own series, “Tales of the Gold Monkey,” as well as in various TV movies including “Grace Kelly” and “Johnnie Mae Gibson: FBI.”

DuBois’ stage credits include her critically acclaimed performance in Neil Simon’s The Gingerbread Lady, Tom Topor’s Nuts, Paris Barclay’s musical One Red Flower – Letters from ‘Nam, Ed Begley, Jr.’s hit musical Cesar & Ruben, and Selena, A Celebration of Life.

MATT LUTZ (Phil Newberry) – After garnering significant attention from his role as Clay Gephardt in the opening sequence to the feature film “A Walk to Remember,” Matt Lutz was cast by the movie’s director, Adam Shankman, in his next hit, “Bringing Down the House.”

Lutz had a supporting role in the theatrical release “End of the Spear.” His numerous television credits include a recurring role on the hit teen drama “Dawson’s Creek,” “7th Heaven,” “Boston Public,” “Las Vegas,” the TV movie “Amy & Isabelle,” and the Hallmark Channel Original Movie “Murder Without Conviction.”

Born in Indiana and raised in North Carolina, Lutz is very active in musical theater. Among his myriad theater credits are leading roles in The Who’s Tommy, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, The Glass Menagerie, Oliver!, and “The Most Happy Fella with The Actors Co-op in Hollywood, California. Most recently he appeared in Into the Woods with the Actors’s Co-Op and in the LA premiere of the Jonathan Larson musical tick, tick, BOOM.