RAND - John Livingston

Currently John Livingston is co-starring in the film, Dopamine, which was accepted into 2003 Sundance Film Festival. Livingston plays Rand Forrester, an overly analytical animation software designer who is trying to understand his reservations about love.

In addition, Livingston starred in the films, The Stickup, as FBI agent Rick Kendall with James Spader, Where's Marlowe? (1999) with Miguel Ferrer and Mos Def, Mr. Wrong (1996) with Ellen Degeneres and Bill Pullman and Dogtown (1997).

Livingston has also graced the television screen with his appearances on "Without a Trace,""JAG,""The Division,""CSI,""Clueless," and "Chicago Hope." He also starred in the NBC¹s made for TV movie, Friends Til the End with Shannon Doherty and Betrayed: A Story of Three Women with Meredith Baxter and Swoosie Kurtz.

Acting must course through the family blood, as his brother is Golden Globe nominated actor Ron Livingston. His sister, Jennifer is also in front of the camera as a morning news anchor for CBS in Lacrosse, WI. Growing up in Marion, Iowa, his father is an aerospace engineer and his mother is a Lutheran minister. His little brother, Nick, is about to graduate high school.

Livingston received a degree in Psychology from Stanford University. Outside of acting, his passions lie in music, specifically guitar and piano, and he is diligently improving his golf game.

SARAH  - Sabrina Lloyd

Sabrina Lloyd is currently co-starring in the feature film production of Dopamine, which was accepted into 2003 Sundance Film Festival. Lloyd plays Sarah McCaulley, a kindergarten teacher who looks at the complexities of finding love when post-modern angst, fate and personal obsessions conspire against you.
As the ace young associate producer on the critically acclaimed ABC comedy series, "Sports Night", Lloyd impressed audiences and critics alike.

This versatile actress showcased her comic flair and graceful hand at drama with her role on the ABC series, "Madigan Men," opposite Gabriel Byrne. Lloyd starred as the female lead in this comedy, which examined the lives of three generations of Irish men making their way through the dating world.

She appears in an independent feature, On Edge, a mockumentary about the world of ice-skating. Lloyd plays an accident-prone ice skater named 'Becky Brooks' in the comedy, which also stars Jason Alexander, Kathy Griffin and A.J. Langer.

Her impact on the small screen was equally significant. After "Fatherhood," she won the title role in the HBO original film, The Coming Out of Heidi Leiter, a true story of a high school girl who took her girlfriend to thesenior prom. She followed up the film with a three-year run as 'WadeWelles' on FOX-TV's sci-fi series "Slider," about four individuals who travel to different parallel universes.

Born in Fairfax, Virginia and raised in Mount Dora, Florida, Lloyd enjoys traveling, but she also indulges in writing music, playing the guitar and singing.

WINSTON - Bruno Campos

Born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Bruno Campos moved to the US as a child and graduated with a theatre degree from the Interlochen Arts Academy and a performance studies degree from Northwestern University.

In his latest project, Campos co-stars in the feature film Dopamine, which is competing at the 2003 Sundance Film Festival. Campos plays Winston, the alienated seducer in this movie that examines the complexities of love.

He co-starred in the Brazilian film O Quatrilho, which was nominated for a Best Foreign Language Film Oscar in 1995.

He co-starred opposite Christina Applegate in the NBC series "Jesse"
(1998-2000) and starred in the Showtime series "Leap Years" (2001). Campos has also guest starred on the TV series "ER", "Will and Grace", "Ressurection Blvd" and
"Suddenly Susan." In addition, he played the lead role of Bertram in
Shakespeare's "Alls Well That Ends Well" at the Goodman Theatre, Chicago.

JOHNSON - Rueben Grundy

Rueben Grundy is presently co-starring in the feature film production of Dopamine, which was accepted into The 2003 Sundance Film Festival.

His most recent film credits include supporting roles in The Princess Diaries, Forty Days and Forty Nights and Sweet November. He has also appeared on national television episodes of ³The X Files,² ³Nash Bridges,² and a two-year recurring role on ³ A Different World.² Rueben has also appeared in numerous stage productions in community theater, most notably, ³A Few Good Men,² and currently has a recurring role on the television soap opera ³The Bold and the Beautiful.²

His first feature film appearance was opposite Jack Palance in The Cop Who Played God. He has since studied theatre at Sacramento City College, UCLA, and ACT in San Francisco, CA.

Rueben has appeared in dozens of national television commercials and done voice over work. He was the voice of Cyber Tiger in the Tiger Woods 1999 EA Sports for Sony Playstation video games.

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