Martin Grey Gottlieb (Adam) As an actor, Martin has worked regularly for over twenty years in film and television with directors such as Terry Zwigoff, Barry Levinson, Howard Deutsch, Paris Barclay, Dan Sackheim and many more in projects as diverse as GHOST WORLD, THE NATURAL, THE ODD COUPLE and THE CHEROKEE KID. Most recently he recurred in NBC’s LIFE as Mark Conover and has Guest Starred on shows such as COLD CASE, CSI: MIAMI, DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES and ER. On stage he won a DramaLogue award for Best Actor in Lee Kalcheim’s FRIENDS.
As a writer/director/producer, Martin made his directorial debut with the original comedy ON AND ON… that he created and wrote under Showtime’s auspices, starring Anne-Marie Johnson and Alan Campbell. His screenplay KNUXIE about a gay baseball player, was optioned by Terra Bella Entertainment and Adam Leipzig.
Wendie Malick (Kate) Television: JUST SHOOT ME (two-time Emmy and Golden Globe nominee), FRASIER, BIG DAY, JAKE IN PROGRESS, GOOD COMPANY, DREAM ON (four Cable Ace awards), numerous guest roles and TV movies including NYPD BLUE, CSI, SEINFELD, CYBIL, X-FILES, TAKE MY ADVICE, APOLLO 11, and DYNASTY: THE MINISERIES. Film: ALVIN AND THE CHIPMUNKS: THE SQUEAKUAL, CONFESSIONS OF A SHOPAHOLIC, THE GOODS, ADVENTURELAND, RACING STRIPES, THE AMERICAN PRESIDENT, JEROME, WAITING, SCROOGED, BUGSY, A LITTLE SEX, THE EMPORER’S NEW GROOVE, MR. MIKE’S MONDO VIDEO.
Drew Pillsbury (Jon) has worked for over twenty-five years as an actor, getting his start opposite Griffin Dunne and Madonna in the resounding flop WHO'S THAT GIRL. With nowhere to go but up, he subsequently starred in the critically acclaimed independent film JEROME, opposite Wendie Malick. JEROME appeared in numerous film festivals around the world, including Taos, Austin, AFI, Munich, and Berlin. Of the film, the LA Times wrote, “Taut and compelling…an example of mature, disciplined American independent filmmaking at its best.” JEROME was released theatrically and subsequently picked up by the Sundance Channel.
Finding his passion in the indie world, Drew began to write. His first feature, 100 MILE RULE, stars Maria Bello, Jake Weber and Michael McKean, and was purchased by HBO after appearing at numerous film festivals, including Cannes, Cinequest, Santa Barbara, Palm Springs, Taos, Nashville, USA, Fort Lauderdale and Stony Brook where it garnered the Audience Choice award. Pillsbury’s second film, BROKEN, stars Heather Graham, Jeremy Sisto and Tess Harper. The film premiered at the AFI Film Festival. First Look Studios released BROKEN in NY, LA, Chicago, Austin and Minneapolis and then it was subsequently picked up by SHOWTIME.
ABOUT FIFTY marks Drew’s third produced film as a screenwriter. Currently he’s working on a TV Pilot and starring as Robert McNamara in Michael Bay’s, TRANSFORMERS 3: DARK OF THE MOON.