is a Golden Globe-nominated actor, currently on Showtime’s PENNY DREADFUL. She most recently co-starred in Netflix “Turn Up Charlie” with Idris Elba. Prior to that, Perabo starred as Annie Walker in all 5 seasons of USA Network’s spy drama, “Covert Affairs.”
She made her Broadway debut in Neil LaBute’s controversial play REASONS TO BE PRETTY, which was nominated for the Tony for Best Play.
She has been in films such as Christopher Nolan’s THE PRESTIGE, IMAGINE ME & YOU, CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN, LOOPER, ANGEL HAS FALLEN, and COYOTE UGLY.
is a recent Girls Club alumna of nine years and a student at Barnard College. She produced her first film at The Girls Club entitled CUT, about FGM and its effects on the women in her Guinean family. In 2017, Aicha became a TriBeCa Film Fellow, where she directed her second short film, I Am The Only One.
Anika Noni Rose
was most recently seen in HULU’s Little Fires Everywhere, but you may know her from The Quad, Everything Everything, Power, For Colored Girls, The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agencyl, or Dreamgirls.
Anika earned her BA from Florida A& M University, an MFA from The American Conservatory Theatre, and received an honorary PhD from Florida A&M.
She began her career in theater. On Broadway she won a Tony Award for her performance as Emmie Thibodeaux in Caroline or Change, portrayed Maggie The Cat, in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof with James Earl Jones, Phylicia Rashad and Terence Howard, and was nominated for another Tony for her performance as Beneatha Younger, in Raisin In The Sun, with Denzel Washington. Most recently, she received a Lucille Lortel award for her portrayal of Carmen Jones, in the Opera of the same name, Off-Broadway.
Anika has performed all over the world, including singing at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and the Vatican.
A big proponent of children’s literacy, she has started a series on her IGTV (@AnikaAroundTheWorld) called Bedtime Stories for the Littles.
The voice of Disney’s Princess Tiana from The Princess & The Frog, Anika is the youngest person to be named a Disney Legend.
Gloria Calderon Kellett
is the executive producer, co-creator, co-showrunner, director and actress on the critically acclaimed sitcom One Day at a Time. Calderón Kellett spent her early years as a writer/producer on numerous shows including Devious Maids, Rules of Engagement, and How I Met Your Mother. Her acting credits include Jane The Virgin, Dead To Me, How I Met Your Mother, One Day at a Time, and ABC’s upcoming United We Fall, for which she also wrote. In directing, Calderón Kellett has worked on episodes of One Day at a Time, Mr. Iglesias, Merry Happy Whatever, United We Fall and the Mad About You revival.
This year, she launched a “Hollywood 101” web series with Buzzfeed’s PeroLike. The series offers free advice to new artists at the beginning of their entertainment careers.
Awards for her work include The Television Academy Honors, Mental Health America Media Award, ALMA Award, Imagen Award, NHMC Award, Sentinel Award, and The Voice Award. She has been honored as an industry leader by The Hollywood Reporter in their Top Women in Entertainment issue, the THR100 list issue, and their 50 Agents of Change issue.
is a producer and media consultant who has worked in entertainment since receiving her MFA in Producing from USC in 2006. Currently she is producing a slate of feature-length cultural documentaries for Amazon Studios as well as a feature documentary on the American wrestler and Olympic Gold medalist, Helen Maroulis. Tracy recently produced a feature-length biopic on Paris Hilton entitled, “This Is Paris" for YouTube Originals and IPC (premiering this fall). In 2018 Tracy served as a consulting producer for the Emmy nominated series, "The Case Against Adnan Syed," written and directed by Amy Berg for HBO and Sky. Prior to setting up her own company, 42nd & Vine, Tracy held senior executive roles in several companies. As Vice President of MediaWeaver Entertainment, she developed and produced the feature documentary "The First Monday in May,” which was the opening night gala film at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival. Before joining forces with Matt Weaver at Media Weaver, she created and oversaw the original content division at Rock Paper Scissors where she worked alongside Academy and Emmy Award-Winning editor/director Angus Wall. In addition to her work as an independent producer, she also serves as a strategic consultant and advisor to production companies in NewYork and Los Angeles helping them to expand their footprint in the industry and create and sell content across all platforms.
is best known for originating the role of Eliza Schuyler Hamilton in Broadway’s critically acclaimed show “Hamilton,” which she joined shortly after its inception. The role garnered her the Lucille Lortel Award in 2015 for Lead Actress in a Musical during the show's off-broadway, sold-out run at The Public Theater as well as earning her a 2016 Tony Award nomination.
Soo made her feature film debut in Fabien Constant’s HERE AND NOW, opposite Sarah Jessica Parker and will next be seen in the Selena Gomez-produced BROKEN HEART GALLERY opposite Geraldine Viswanathan. She also voiced the lead roles in two upcoming animated features, Netflix's "Over the Moon" and Disney’s “The One and Only Ivan.”
On the small screen, she was previously a series regular on the CBS show, THE CODE. Other TV credits include NBC’s SMASH.
In 2018, she co-starred on Broadway opposite Uma Thurman in the play “The Parisian Woman,” and in 2017, Soo played the title role in the Broadway musical “Amelie,” based on the Academy Award-winning 2001 French film, Amelie.
Soo also originated the role of ‘Natasha Rostova’ in the 2012 Ars Nova production of Dave Malloy's “Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812.”
She is a graduate of the Juilliard School Drama Division (Group 41).
Yvette Nicole Brown
is an actress and host best known for her series-regular and/or recurring roles on the television comedies COMMUNITY, THE MAYOR, THE ODD COUPLE, DRAKE AND JOSH, GIRLFRIENDS and MOM among many others. On the drama side, Yvette starred in the critically acclaimed and NAACP Image Award-winning six-hour BET miniseries THE NEW EDITION STORY and appeared on UNSOLVED: THE MURDERS OF TUPAC AND THE NOTORIOUS B.I.G. for USA.
She has served as host and moderator for THE WALKING DEAD's season six premiere at Madison Square Garden for an audience of 15,000 people and moderated panels for 8,000 fans in the famed Hall H at San Diego Comic Con. Her extensive voiceover career includes series regular roles on ELENA OF AVALOR, POUND PUPPIES, DC SUPER HERO GIRLS, SUPERMANSION and LEGO STAR WARS: THE FREEMAKER ADVENTURES. Most recently she provided the voice of OKOYE in LEGO BLACK PANTHER.
is an actress currently starring in Showtime’s Penny Dreadful: City of Angels as Josefina Vega. She previously starred in USA Network’s highly rated first season of The Purge. Her past credits include a recurring role on History Channel’s SIX, and guest spots on NCIS, Modern Family, AP Bio, Pure Genius, and Sweet/Vicious.