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Christopher Gorham
"Jake Foley"
Christopher Gorham has starred in "Odyssey 5" and "Popular." He also had recurring roles in "Felicity" and "Party of Five." Additional television credits include UPN's "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," "Without a Trace," "C.S.I.: Crime Scene Investigation" and "Boomtown." Gorham has also appeared in the feature film "The Other Side of Heaven," where he played a missionary who heads to the Tongan islands, as well as "A Life Less Ordinary," with Ewan McGregor and Cameron Diaz. A Fresno, Calif. native, Gorham attended the University of California, Los Angeles. He participates in many sports, such as martial arts, stage combat, fencing, rollerblading and ballroom dancing. He lives in Ontario, Calif. with his wife and son.

Philip Anthony-Rodriguez
"Kyle Duarte"
Philip Anthony-Rodriguez' television credits include guest appearances in UPN's ENTERPRISE, as well as in "Third Watch," "New York Undercover" and "Law & Order." He also was a contract player in the daytime drama, "The City." Anthony-Rodriguez made his feature film debut starring with Lorenzo Lamas in "Undercurrent." Early on, Anthony-Rodriguez performed in many Broadway and Off-Broadway theater productions, including "Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story," in which he was honored by the New York Drama League for his Distinguished Performance as Richie Valens. He also appeared in Tennessee Williams' acclaimed "Not About Nightingales," "4 Guys Named Jose... And Una Mujer Named Maria" and "Paint Your Wagon." Growing up in Brooklyn, N.Y., Anthony-Rodriguez began acting at the tender age of 10. He studied Theater Arts and Dance at the State University of New York at Purchase. As a recording artist, Anthony-Rodriguez can be heard as the Spanish speaking and singing voices for Elmo, Telly and other characters on "Sesame Street Beginnings" and "Maravillas Musicales!" and is the voice of Young Moses in the animated feature "Young Moses." He is also the voice of Athos for the ongoing commercial campaign for 3 Musketeers Candy Bar, and is the Spanish spokesperson for Ralph Lauren Fragrances. In his spare time, Anthony-Rodriguez is a member of Salsoul Comedy Troupe, the only bi-lingual improv company in New York City. Currently single, Anthony-Rodriguez calls New York home, but lives in Los Angeles.

Judith Scott
"Louise Beckett"
Judith Scott has also appeared in "C.S.I.: Crime Scene Investigation," "For the People," "L.A. Doctors" and "The Preston Episodes." She has also made guest-star appearances, in such hits as FRASIER, "Oliver Beene," "24," "The Guardian," "The Bernie Mac Show," "Crossing Jordan," "The X-Files" and "Judging Amy." Scott has appeared in many feature films, including "Dr. Dolittle," "The Santa Clause," "Opportunity Knocks" and "Dunston Checks In." An alumnus of the Second City Theater, Scott has written and performed in six productions on the Chicago and Toronto mainstages. Other theater credits include "A Comedy of Errors," "The Tempest" and "To Be Young, Gifted and Black." Currently single, Scott lives in Venice, Calif.

Keegan Connor Tracy
"Dr. Diane Hughes"
Keegan Connor Tracy began her acting career taking guest appearances in shows such as "The Net" and "Millennium" before landing the role of an ex-junkie in Canada's acclaimed "DaVinci's Inquest" that earned her a 2002 LEO Award for Best Supporting Female Performance. Soon after, she joined "Beggars & Choosers." From there, Tracy transitioned to movies, starring in such films as the dramedy "Duets," with Gwyneth Paltrow, the romantic comedy "40 Days And 40 Nights," with Josh Hartnett, and the thriller "Final Destination 2." Tracy was raised in Ontario. She attended Wilfrid Laurier University, where she earned a degree in social psychology before switching her career to acting. She enjoys writing, martial arts and snowboarding. She is working on launching a bath line (keegolicious) and hopes to get her jewelry line off the ground shortly. Tracy is married and lives in Vancouver.

Marina Black
"Sarah Carter"
Marina Black is already well known to television audiences from her recurring role as Claire's snarly best friend Parker in "Six Feet Under." She will also star opposite Jason Behr in the independent film "Happily, Even After." Her additional film credits include "Swordfish," "Ted Bundy" and "Man's Best Friend." In her spare time, Black volunteers at the Hollygrove Orphanage and West Hollywood Food Coalition. Additionally, she writes short stories and paints. Black also has a fondness for hand-written correspondence. She makes her own postcards and collects old typewriters. Black currently lives in Los Angeles.

recurring guest stars

Jim Byrnes
"Chief Director Skerrit"
A native of St. Louis, Jim Byrnes learned to play blues guitar at age 13, and continues to play on his favorite guitar, a Gibson 1969 Hummingbird. An eclectic individual, he studied for the priest hood in a seminary, and was even a professional shepherd at one point. He studied acting at Boston University and St. Louis University. Byrnes lost both his legs in an automobile accident in 1972.. Byrnes is best known to genre audiences as Joe Dawson from Highlander, and Lifeguard from Wiseguy. Byrnes currently lives in Vancouver.

Grace Park
"Fran Yoshida"
A Korean-Canadian who went to school at Magee Senior Secondary in Vancouver, Grace Park was ready to move to Hong Kong and explore the opportunities available in that film industry when she took the role of Shannon Ng in the popular teen soap Edgemont. Having worked in Asia as both a model and an actor (Romeo Must Die), Park preferred working in Vancouver, and in addition to her recurring role on Jake 2.0 was recently seen as Boomer in the SciFi Channel miniseries Battlestar Galactica.

Kurt Evans
"Tech Agent Hart"
Coming from a theatre background in Winnipeg, Kurt has spent the last four years working in the Film and TV industry in Vancouver. He has appeared on such shows as Beggars and Choosers, X-files, Davinci's Inquest and as a Guest Lead on MTV's The Sausage Factory. Kurt is also a writer and director of his own Indie short Film "Remembrances."

Miranda Frigon
"Tech Agent Susan Carver"
A native of Edmonton, actress/dancer Miranda Frigon trained at New York's American Musical and Dramatic Academy. Frigon got her first big break while walking down a New York street in 1998 when she was approached by a perfect stranger who asked her to audition for the Spike Lee film Summer of Sam. Frigon went on to a recurring role as Veronica in the Disney original series Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, and appearances on First Wave, The Chris Isaak Show and in the Showtime original Picture Avalanche Alley. In addition to her recurring role as Carver on Jake 2.0, Frigon will appear in Michael Keaton's White Noise in 2004.

Tyler Labine
"Seymour Lafortunata"
Tyler Labine was born in Brampton, Ontario, Canada. However, it wasn't until his family relocated to Vancouver, British Columbia that Tyler began his acting career. After appearing as a recurring stoner in The X-Files, Labine landed a starring role on UPN's Breaker High. Labine is perhaps best known to audiences as Scotty on the popular but short-lived WB series, Dead Last. During his down time, the Los Angeles-based Tyler joins his brother and his best friend in the hip hop band, Figures of Speech. Also an avid snowboarder, Tyler enjoys the resorts of Whistler/Blackcomb and likes to spend time at his family cottage in Ontario.

Rachel Hayward
"Exec. Director Valerie Warner"
A Toronto native, Rachel Hayward was involved in modeling and commercials as a teen, and graduated from the Ontario College of Art, having studied Graphic Design and Fine Arts. Hayward freelanced as a designer and simultaneously began working as an actor in her twenties. Hayward's feature film credits include Stranger in the Mirror, Under the Gun, Breaking All the Rules, Deadfire, Convergence, Knight Moves and Apartment Hunting. For television, Hayward has appeared in such motion pictures-for-television as Deadlocked, A Voyage of Terror and She Woke Up Pregnant, and in addition to Jake 2.0 has appeared on series such as First Wave, Highlander, Stargate, and Millennium. Hayward is single and resides in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Jesse Cadotte
"Kevin 'DuMont' Flynn"
Born in Oakville, Ontario, Jesse Cadotte studied at the University of Toronto before moving to Vancouver to major in theatre at the University of British Columbia. He made his television debut in the WTN series You, Me and the Kids, and appeared on the popular Canadian teen soap Edgemont, Showtime and Scifi's antholoby series The Outer Limits, USA Network's hit series The Dead Zone. On film, Cadotte co-starred as Matt in the film Scorn, and starred as Billy Nolan in Bryan Fuller's 2002 adaptation of Stephen King's Carrie. A veteran stage actor who studied at the Stella Adler Conservatory in New York, Cadotte recently appeared on stage as Simon in Presentation House Theatre's production of Tom Stoppard's The Real Inspector Hound in Vancouver. His interests include yoga, photography, tango, and the harmonica.

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