SPOTLIGHT  2007-08

Eion Bailey
'80


stars as "Nick" in feature film The Canyon and in the Hallmark Hall of Fame TV movie Candles on Bay Street. He received a 2007 Emmy nomination for Outstanding Performer in A Children/ Youth/ Family Special for his role as "Michael Elgin" in Life of the Party.
Lisa Brescia
'91


played the female lead role in Twyla Tharp's Broadway musical The Times They Are a-Changin' and is currently appearing on Broadway in the lead role of "Elphaba" in the hit musical, Wicked.
Douglas
Carter-Beane
'80


received a 2007 Tony nomination for his play The Little Dog Laughed, and he is the book author of the Broadway musical Xanadu, based upon the 1980 film.
Max Casella
'87


stars as "Dennis" in the feature film Scaring the Fish, "Dick Howser" in TV series, The Bronx is Burning, "Benny Fazio" in The Sopranos (2001-2007) and appeared as "Timor" on Broadway in The Lion King for which he was nominated for a Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical.
Kim Cattrall
'74


played "Donny" in David Mamet's The Cryptogram at the Donmar Warehouse in London's West End, and will reprise her role of "Samantha" in the upcoming feature film Sex in the City.
Christine Ebersole
'75


is the recipient of the 2007 Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical for her dual role in the Broadway production of Grey Gardens.
Troy Garity
'95


is starring in feature films: A Day in the Life, Winged Creatures with Kate Beckinsale and Forest Whitaker, Eichmann, Sunshine, and Lake City with Sissy Spacek and Rebecca Romijn.
Will Gartshore
'96


starred in DC's Signature Theatre productions of Assassins and Into the Woods, and received two Helen Hayes Award nominations for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Resident Musical for his work in their productions of Pacific Overtures and Urinetown (a win).
Currie Graham
'86


plays "Marrick" in upcoming feature film Stargate: The Ark of Truth, "Patrick Lahane" in mini TV series Would be Kings, "Jake Brenner" in TV's By Apointment Only, and "Gary Filmon" in TV's Elijah. Other work includes his recurring roles on Boston Legal, Men in Trees, and Desperate Housewives.
Jennifer Granholm
'80


was first elected Governor of Michigan in 2002—the state's first woman chief executive—and is currently focused on promoting international commerce for the state.
Pamela Gray
'86


is "Cindy Bach" in feature film Michael Clayton. She starred on Broadway opposite Nathan Lane in Butley in 2007 at the Booth Theatre and played "Charlotta" in The Real Thing at the South Coast Repertory Theatre in 2006.
Leisha Hailey
'91


starred as "Alice Pieszecki" on The L Word from 2004-2007 and is in the feature film La Cucina.
Michael Irby
'95


played the role of "Charles Grey" on the hit TV series The Unit, starring Dennis Haysbert, '76.
Michael Mosley
'00


plays "Det. Francelli" in You're Nobody 'til Someboy Kills You, "Declin" in The Accidental Husband, "Kevin" in Goodbye Baby and "FBI Agent Atkins" in thirteen episodes of Kidnapped.
Lonnie Quinn
'87


joined WCBS-TV in April 2007, and serves as the weathercaster for CBS 2's 5PM, 6PM and 11PM weekday newscasts. He previously served as the weather anchor on Today in South Florida and co-hosted South Florida Today; won an Emmy for "Best On Air Talent."
Zuleikha Robinson
'97


appeared in the film The Namesake and the TV series New Amsterdam. She also appeared as "Gaia" in HBO's series Rome.
Paul Rudd
'91


stars in the 2007 summer hit Knocked Up, and with Eva Longoria in the feature film Over My Dead Body.
Adam Scott
'93


stars in August with Josh Hartnett and Naomie Harris, The Great Buck Howard with Tom Hanks and Emily Blunt, Ted's MBA with Monica Keena, and the HBO series Tell Me You Love Me.
Tegan Summer
'00


plays "Doctor Travis" in Anna Nicole, "Jones" in The Hard Corps and a pirate in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest.
Michael Teigen
'96


starred in Good Luck Chuck with Jessica Alba, and his upcoming films include Nightwatching and BloodRayne II: Deliverance and the TV mini series Everest.

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