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Gale Harold

Gale Harold is a versatile actor hailing from Atlanta, Georgia. After attending the San Francisco Art Institute, Harold began studying acting at the suggestion of close friend, producer Susie Landau Finch. After four years of training and theatre work, Harold was cast as "Brian Kinney", the lead character of the series "Queer As Folk" for the Showtime network. The series ran for five years, and he has been working ever since.

Harold has a vast array of stage credits including Tennessee Williams' Suddenly Last Summer opposite Carla Gugino and Blythe Danner for the Roundabout Theatre Company, Williams' Orpheus Descending at Theater/Theatre of which his performance was labeled "brilliant" by the LA Times and the play received the McCulloh Award For Revival from the Los Angeles Dramatic Critics Circle 2011, Austin Pendelton's Uncle Bob at the Soho Playhouse, Gillian Plowman's Me And My Friend at The Los Angeles Theatre Center, and various productions at A Noise Within Repertory Company.

Gale most recently was seen in Kevin Williamson's series "The Secret Circle", had a recurring role on the CW's "Hellcats", and has recurred on Emmy and Golden Globe award winning shows including "Deadwood", "Desperate Housewives", "Grey's Anatomy", as well as made guest appearances on "The Unit", "Law and Order", and "CSI: NY". Harold's film credits include "Wake", "Particles of Truth" (Tribeca Film Festival), "Rhinoceros Eyes" (Toronto Film Festival), "Fathers and Sons", "The Unseen", and "Falling For Grace".

Along with executive producer David Bowie and producer Mia Bays, Gale co-produced the film Scott Walker: "30TH Century man", directed by Stephen Kijak. The film's world premiere was at the London Film Festival, and debuted internationally at the Berlin International Film Festival. The film's U.S. premiere was at the South By Southwest Film Festival.


Randy Harrison

Randy was born in New Hampshire on November 2, 1977, but moved to Alpharetta, Georgia, with his family when he was 11. Randy has been acting since he was 7 years old, but his television debut was with the series Queer as Folk, playing the young Justin Taylor.

Currently, he is focused on developing his career in the theater.


Scott Lowell

Best known for his lead role of Ted Schmidt in Showtime's groundbreaking series Queer As Folk for which he was twice nominated for the Prism Award.

Other television credits include Castle (ABC), CSI:NY (CBS), Supah Ninjas! (Nickelodeon), Bones (Fox), NCIS (CBS), Heroes (NBC), Leverage (TNT), Criminal Minds (CBS), On The Edge (Showtime), Alien Fury (UPN); Frasier, Caroline In The City and Early Edition, and various voices on the Fox animated series American Dad. Film credits include The Chicago 8, To Live and Die in Dixie, Ping Pong Playa, Trapped Ashes, The Debtor$, Love Bites, LAdies Room LA, Damned If You Do and Opus 27.

He recently appeared onstage at the Berkshire Theatre Festival in The Heidi Chronicles and at the National Playwright's Conference at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center in Waterford, CT. Stage credits in Los Angeles include Blithe Spirit (A Noise Within); The Pain and the Itch (Furious theatre/Boston Court); Orson's Shadow and Present Laughter (Pasadena Playhouse); Durang/Durang (Hollywood Court); Anna Christie and The Caine Mutiny Court-martial (LA TheatreWorks).

Chicago credits include Light Up The Sky and A Christmas Carol (Goodman Theatre); "Picasso" in the World Premiere run of Steve Martin's Picasso At The Lapin Agile and Twelfth Night (Steppenwolf); 19 different characters in A Perfect Ganesh (Northlight); Laughter On The 23rd Floor (Briar Street); "John Wilkes Booth" in the Chicago Premiere of Sondheim's Assassins (Pegasus, Jeff Citation - Production)); The Chicago Conspiracy Trial (Remains Theatre); Much Ado About Nothing and King John (Chicago Shakespeare); the World Premiere of the six-hour Incorruptible (Jeff nomination - performance), Wild Honey and Orwell Down And Out (Bailiwick Rep.).

Also a writer, Scott currently resides in Los Angeles.


Peter Paige

PETER PAIGE is best known for his five-year run as Emmett Honeycutt on Showtime's hit series QUEER AS FOLK.

He has numerous film and TV credits, including Ping Pong Playa, Our America, and guest star/recurring roles on The Closer, Bones, Csi:Miami, Grey's Anatomy, Related, Will And Grace, and others. Paige also has a long history of work on the stage - performing nearly every genre of play from the Greeks to Shakespeare to contemporary. Recent theatre credits include The History Boys at the Ahmanson, Eden Lane at La Jolla Playhouse, Arcadia and Bunbury for LA Theatreworks, and Secret Agents at the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center.

As a director, he has completed two feature films: Say Uncle, released in 2006, and Leaving Barstow (2009) - both currently available on DVD. With writing partner Bradley Bredeweg, Paige is a principal in Blazing Elm Entertainment, and together they have sold pilots and MOWs to the CW, USA, ABC Family, and E! as well as features to various studios. He is a summa cum laude graduate of Boston University's College of Fine Arts, and serves on the Board of Directors for the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center, the largest LGBT organization in the world.