Cas Anvar – Captain Eric Cern
Cas is a very popular participant at COMIC-CON, annually drawing thousands of loyal fans. Known for his role as the ‘Assassin Altair’ from Assassin’s Creed Revelations, he also stars in “Call of Duty: BO2”, “Halo 4”, “Command & Conquer” and “Star Wars: Clone Wars”.
Anvar first gained notoriety for his role in the film Shattered “Glass”. Cas’ versatility on the big screen ranges from roles like ‘Dodi Fayed’ in the feature film, “Diana”, in which he co-starred opposite Naomi Watts and soon be seen in the Lionsgate horror film, “The Vatican Tapes”, with Dougray Scott Michael Pena and “Miss India America” a comedy with Hannah Simone. He appeared opposite Ben Affleck in the Oscar-winning film “Argo”, Jake Gyllenhaal in the Sci-Fi adventure “Source Code”, John Cusack in the thriller “The Factory” and Tom Hanks in Steven Spielberg’s “The Terminal”.
TV appearances include Sayids Brother in “Lost”, CBS’ “NCIS: LA”, USA’s “In Plain Sight”, TNT’s “Leverage”, ABC’s “Boston Legal” and “24” with Kiefer Sutherland. Cas guest starred in the ABC series, “Castle”. In addition, he has a controversial and pivotal guest role on TNT’s “Perception”.
Cas is a classically trained Shakespearean actor. One of his proudest achievements is being the Founding Artistic Director of Montreal’s Shakespeare in the Park Festival run by Repercussion Theatre which just celebrated its 25th season.
An avid geek and gamer, sci-fi and comic book enthusiast, Cas is thrilled to be a part of “Nobility”.
Walter Koenig – Chief Engineer Frank Mooney
Walter Koenig’s long career has led him to world-wide fame as Russian navigator Pavel Chekov in “Star Trek: The Original Series” as well as the quintessential scoundrel, Bester, on the television series “Babylon 5″.
In addition to his extensive film and TV career, Walter has appeared in dozens of plays over his 30-year theater career including “The Girls of Summer”, “The Boys in Autumn”, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, and “Six Characters in Search of an Author”.
Walter’s directorial credits include “Hotel Paradiso” for Company of Angles, “Beckett” for Theatre 40, “America Hurrah!” at the Oxford Theater, “Twelve Angry Men” at the Rita Hayworth Theatre, “Matrix” at the Gascon Theatre Institute, and “Three by Ten” at Actor’s Alley.
Walter is excited to come on board “Nobility” as Chief Engineer, Frank Mooney.
Doug Jones – Dr. Havel Allard
This multi-award winning actor is possibly the most famous person you wouldn’t recognize. After a 28-year career under heavy make-ups, but in memorable roles such as the goofy zombie ‘Billy Butcherson’ in HOCUS POCUS, Doug Jones was thrust to the forefront as the blue fish-man sidekick, ‘Abe Sapien’, in HELLBOY.
He took this kind of work to new heights with his award-nominated dual roles as ‘Pan’ and the ‘Pale Man’ in the multi-Oscar winning PAN’S LABYRINTH. He also played the ‘Silver Surfer’ in FANTASTIC 4: RISE OF THE SILVER SURFER, and the award-winning performance reprising ‘Abe Sapien’ in HELLBOY II: The Golden Army. His favorite movie as a “human” is the sweet, underdog title role in MY NAME IS JERRY. You can also see Doug’s special haunting roles in LEGION, QUARANTINE, the award-winning French biopic GAINSBOURG: A HEROIC LIFE, and indie favorites JOHN DIES AT THE END, ABSENTIA, the brutal RAZE, and Guillermo del Toro’s upcoming CRIMSON PEAK.
This niche in science fiction / horror / fantasy / comic book films garnered Doug Jones a coveted slot in FANGORIA Magazine’s Hall Of Fame in 2008.
Critics have loved his TV guest work in the highly praised ‘Skin & Bones’ episode of NBC’s FEAR ITSELF, as the lead ‘Gentleman’ in BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER’s ‘Hush’ episode, and as the harrowing ‘William Barrow’ in MTV’s popular TEEN WOLF. You can also see him as a goofy recurring neighbor in ABC’s comedy THE NEIGHBORS. Most recently, Doug joined the series regular cast of Steven Speilberg’s FALLING SKIES on TNT, and continues with the show as the smart, helpful alien ‘Cochise.’
The newer medium of Web Series has been good to Doug with series regular, recurring, and guest roles on the popular shows THE GUILD, DRAGON AGE-REDEMPTION, FALLOUT-NUKA BREAK, LEAGUE OF S.T.E.A.M., THE JEFF LEWIS 5-MINUTE COMEDY HOUR, CHATROOM OF SOLITUDE, THE DANGER ELEMENT, and the hilarious RESEARCH with Barry Bostwick.
Doug also loves short films with a special purpose, and has starred in a few that he loves to talk about — THE BUTTERFLY CIRCUS about a man born without limbs who finds a sense of family; SUDDEN DEATH! a hilarious musical; and THE CANDY SHOP addressing the harrowing issue of child sex trafficking happening right here in the USA.
Darren Jacobs – Eujin Liaison, Sirius Halud
Darren is an actor from Yorkshire, England, and studied performing arts in London and New York on scholarships.
Recently Darren has filmed the upcoming movies: “Elevator Gods”, “Death Machine”, and the two-part sci-fi “Starship” series in which he played the lead character. He also played Oliver Graham in “Hollyoaks”, Steve in “Blind Date”, Morten in “The Mortician”, Jimmy in “Young, Armed, and Dangerous”, and the Prison Warden in Matthew Bourne’s “The Car Man”.
He has worked in London’s West End in the World Premiere casts of “Chitty Chitty Bang! Bang!” (London Palladium), “Sinatra at the London Palladium”, and Matthew Bourne’s “The Car Man” (The Old Vic, London). He was also in the West End casts of Matthew Bourne’s “Swan Lake” (Dominion Theatre), “Follies Charity Gala” (London Palladium), Matthew Bourne’s “Nutcracker” (Sadler’s Wells), “The Wizard of Oz” (Royal Festival Hall), and Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” (Dominion Theatre). Regional productions were “The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe” (West Yorkshire Playhouse), “Follies” (Royal and Derngate, Northampton), “Peter Pan” (Bristol Hippodrome), “Babes in Arms” (Chichester Festival Theatre), and “Wizard of Oz” (Royal and Derngate, Northampton).
He has toured the UK, Europe, Asia, and the USA with various productions. He was proud to be cast in the Royal Shakespeare Company’s “Beauty and the Beast” in Stratford-upon-Avon which was directed by Laurence Boswell, the artistic director of the RSC.
Darren is thrilled to be working on such a great project as “Nobility”, and also to work with such fantastic actors
Torri Higginson – Cdr. Eugenia Pikeman
Torri Higginson is a Canadian actress residing in Los Angeles with over 35 film and television credits of which she has garnered a few award nominations. She is the recipient of the Gemini award for best actress in a continuing series for CTV’s “The City” though she is best known for her role of Dr. Elizabeth Weir in the series “Stargate Atlantis”. She strives to keep a foot in theatre where recently she was thrilled to play Beatrice in “Much Ado About Nothing”, and even more recently, took “The List,” a one-woman play, to run in Toronto and Montreal, Canada. While traveling the world and meeting with the loyal and avid fans of the Stargate franchise, she enjoys keeping a lookout for ways to marry Shakespeare and Space and is hoping that “Nobility” may just be a place where she may find Bottom and Hamlet at the same bar.
James Kyson – Navigator Bob Takashima
Voted by TV Guide as one of “Hollywood’s 25 Hottest”, James recently finished “Hawaii Five-O” on CBS and a 4-year run on NBC’s “Heroes” as ‘Ando’. He currently stars in Break.com’s new action series, “Armed Response”, as well as the new digital series, “Daybreak”, from the producers of “24″ & “Touch” (FOX) and has been recurring on “Justified” (FX) .
A native of NYC, James studied communications & broadcasting at Boston University and New England Institute of the Arts. After a stint in a hip-hop group in college and trying out improv comedy, James moved to L.A. on a one-way ticket with a single suitcase where he began his training in music, dance, and acting.
His first-ever Television audition landed him on CBS’s “J.A.G.” Other TV credits include “CSI”, NBC’s “Las Vegas”, “The West Wing”, and “Heist”, as well as ABC’s “Threat Matrix” & CW’s “All About The Andersons”. James has starred in feature films “Shutter”, “Star Runners”, and “How to Make Love to a Woman”. Recently, James has worked on Catherine Hardwicke’s new thriller, “Plush”, as well as features “Born 2 Race: Fast Track”, “Criticized”, the Rich Mullins’ biopic “Ragamuffin”, & Richard Gabai’s action thriller “Non-Stop”.
James plays basketball for The Hollywood Knights, a charity celebrity team, and participated in Robbie Williams’ Soccer Aid for UNICEF at Manchester United’s Old Trafford in England. An avid outdoorsman, James enjoys scuba diving & playing ultimate frisbee. He is also an active member of the Global Green eco campaign & the Creative Coalition.
James is having fun playing cowboy navigator, “Taka”, in “Nobility”. Yee-haw!
Adrienne Wilkinson – Lt. Ara Eris
Adrienne Wilkinson is best known for playing Livia/Eve, the sometimes warrior, sometimes saint, daughter of Xena on the TV series “Xena: Warrior Princess,” the most widely watched show in the world during its six-year run. Adrienne also starred as Nikki on the U.S. version of the dramedy series, “As If,” and has appeared in guest spots on the series, “Angel”. She also played the love interest of Dr. Ray Barnett on the hit NBC drama “ER”. Her most recent projects include playing Captain Lexxa Singh in “Star Trek: Renegades”.
Her film career includes the lead role in “Reflections” (directed by Barry Caldwell) and “Lakeshore Drive” (written and directed by Michael Grais).
Adrienne’s producer credits include the films “Perfection” and “Seconds” which showcases a woman’s triumph over depression and self-injury.
Sought after for her voice-over work – Adrienne has been featured as more than 50 characters in video games, cartoons, and commercials. She stars as the voice and model of Jedi Maris Brood in the “Star Wars: The Force Unleashed” video game franchise and can be heard as the character ‘Daughter’ in “Star Wars: The Clone Wars.”
Adrienne is also known for her charity work, which includes a focus on literacy programs, animal welfare, and children. Her website (www.AdrienneWilkinson.com) hosts an annual charity auction each November which helps to support families dealing with medical expenses.
Excited to play one of “Nobility”’s major villains, Lt. Ara Eris, Adrienne has become an indispensable part of the team.
Ellen Dubin – Col. Theia
Gemini Award-nominated Ellen currently stars on “The Collector” on Chiller TV. She is a beloved cult figure in the sci-fi world for her portrayal of the wild alien cannibal Giggerota the Wicked in the international hit “Lexx”.
Her affinity for the unusual has also lead her to starring roles in “The Listener”, “Dead Zone”, “Blood Ties”, “Robocop: Prime Directives”, “Mutant X”, “Earth: Final Conflict”, “Highlander: The Raven” and “A Wrinkle In Time”. She has appeared as a judge on Syfy’s “Heroes Of Cosplay”.
In “Napoleon Dynamite”, Ellen plays the mom of Napoleon’s prom date. She recently starred with Christopher Lloyd in “Dead Before Dawn: 3D”. The zomedy won the Perron Crystal Award for Live Action 3D Film. She also stars in “The Big Fat Stone” opposite Michael Pare and Margot Kidder.
Ellen is the go-to-girl for a host of movies on the Lifetime Network. Her Hallmark Hall Of Fame/CBS Emmy-nominated movie of the week “The Lois Wilson Story”, opposite Winona Ryder, is among her favorites.
The former ballerina has a long, varied theater career, from musicals to dramas to Shakespeare to farce.
She voiced many characters in “Murdered: Soul Suspect”, “Guild Wars 2″, “Defense Grid 2” “Elder Scrolls Online” and “Skyrim”. She is also the voice of the Disneyland California Adventure Park’s “World Of Color”.
She is spokesperson for Make A Wish, Toronto and Central Ontario.
Ellen is thrilled to be playing Col. Theia in “Nobility”.
Christopher Judge – Admiral Sontar Nev
Christopher Judge was born and raised in Los Angeles and is of AfricanAmerican and Cherokee ancestry.
Attending the University of Oregon on a football scholarship, Judge was a three-time All-American, a PAC10 Conference Selection in 1984, and played in the 1985 Hula Bowl. In his senior year, he won a regional contest to host the West Coast Fox KLSR Morning Show. He used this experience to get an agent and move to Los Angeles.
Judge began studying at the Howard Fine Institute in LA in 1989. Some early roles were “Bird on a Wire”, “Cadence”, “Neon Rider” and “MacGyver” with future “Stargate SG1” star, Richard Dean Anderson. In the ensuing years, Judge had small parts in various television shows and movies, such as “21 Jump Street” (with future SG1 director Peter DeLuise), “The Fresh Prince of BelAir”, “House Party 2”, and as a regular on “Sirens” from 1994 to 1995.
Judge’s largest role came in 1997 with “Stargate SG1”. Judge has written three episodes of “Stargate SG1”: ‘The Changeling’, ‘Birthright’ and ‘Sacrifices’. More recent works of Judge’s include guest spots on “Andromeda” and “Stargate: Atlantis”, the television movie “Personal Effects”, and the films, “Snow Dogs” and “A Dog’s Breakfast”, the latter written and directed by fellow “Stargate” actor, David Hewlett.
Judge also does voice acting for animated series and video games, including the voice of “Magneto” on “XMen:Evolution” and “Stargate SG1:The Alliance”. He is also known for voicing “Jericho” in “Turok”.
Christopher is excited to come on board “Nobility” as Admiral Sontar Nev!
Miracle Laurie – Alethes Halud
Miracle Laurie is originally from Huntington Beach, CA. She’s acted in theatre since the age of 7 and has her B.A. in drama from the University of California, Irvine. Music, art and dance have always been a part of her life. Her father is an artist and her mother is a musician/vocalist, as are her two sisters. She has been a part of the Hawaiian community and a Polynesian Dancer since she was a child. Miracle modeled for a few years appearing on the cover of Teen Magazine and got to work with some great photographers like Bruce Weber. A few years ago, she and her husband fell in love with the ukulele and formed a ukulele duo called “Uke Box Heroes” (www.UkeBoxHeroes.com). Miracle feels very blessed to have such a sweet and fun thing in her life and hopes you enjoy it as much as they do.
She was lucky enough to get her big break as “Mellie/November” in Joss Whedon’s “Dollhouse” for two seasons. After Dollhouse she’s been fortunate enough to carve out a small independent film career and has had the pleasure of working right alongside some of the most talented and beloved people in the business, like Alan Cumming, Garret Dillahunt, Josh Duhamel, Dan Fogler & Greg Itzen. Miracle also got to reunite with a lot of her “Dollhouse” buddies in the fan-funded film, “Lust for Love”.
Miracle enjoys every opportunity she’s given in this business and looks forward to the next adventure aboard “Nobility”!
Vic Mignogna – Lenny Smith
Vic has been acting for stage and screen since he was 8 years old but his voice-acting career started about fifteen years ago as Vega in Streetfighter II. Since then Vic has been in more than three hundred animated series and video games, known for such roles as Edward Elric in Fullmetal Alchemist, Keldeo in Pokemon, Broly in Dragon Ball Z, Ikkaku in Bleach, Obito/Nagato in Naruto, Vic also played roles in G4’s Wolverine and Iron Man series, Sailor Moon, World Of Warcraft, Attack On Titan, and several others. Vic has also voiced roles in a large number of video games including Soul Calibur, Disgaea, Dynasty Warriors, Persona III, Avengers, Pac Man, Sonic Colours, DBZ, Bleach, FMA and more. But even longer than his voice acting, Vic has been a professional music composer / singer / producer who has written and produced hundreds of pieces for TV, radio and CD. He sings the themes for shows like One Piece & DBGT, and has produced several CDs of his own original music, all available on iTunes. Finally, in addition to anime and music, Vic has a degree in film and is deeply involved as an actor and director in several web series. He is executive producer of the award winning web series “Star Trek Continues”, where he is not only directing, but fulfilling a childhood dream of playing the iconic role of Captain Kirk. Vic works regularly writing, producing and directing video and film productions of all kinds. He is happy to be joining the cast of NOBILITY as “Lenny”.
Neil Kaplan – Nobility’s Computer
Neil Kaplan (born March 9, 1967 in Bayonne, New Jersey, USA) is an American voice actor, entertainer and comedian. Kaplan grew up in San Jose, California. He got his start as a comedian doing impressions of presidents such as Ronald Reagan and Richard Nixon. He also impersonated a little-known journalist at the time, Dan Rather. He then started work on video games, including many Star Wars titles. From there he went on to do such shows as Power Rangers as Diabolico, Digimon: Digital Monsters as Hawkmon, Transformers: Robots in Disguise as Optimus Prime and StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty as Tychus Findlay. His favorite role was the “utility guy” on a show called The Mouse and the Monster, which aired on UPN in 1996–1997. He played stomachs, ghosts, and Sappy the Clown, among dozens of other characters on that show. Kaplan was also once a contestant on the popular comedy game show, Street Smarts. On that appearance, he showed off some of his other impressions, including one of Gilbert Gottfried. He created the TV show,The Way it WASN’T!, as well as the graphic novel, I, of the Wolf. He also voices the main character in the “Adult” video game BoneCraft. Neil is enjoying his role as the voice of the outspoken ship’s computer on NOBILITY.