For the last two seasons, Tara has played Lucille on the critically acclaimed Comedy Central show, REVIEW. She has guest starred and recurred on over forty television shows such as BLOOD AND OIL, ANGER MANAGEMENT, LIV AND MADDIE, LONGMIRE, SHAMELESS, THE EXES, IN PLAIN SIGHT, PRISON BREAK, THE MENTALIST, ENTOURAGE, SAVING GRACE, THE NEW ADVENTURES OF OLD CHRISTINE, BONES, LOVESPRING INTERNATIONAL, WITHOUT A TRACE, C.S.I., DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES, MALCOLM IN THE MIDDLE, SIX FEET UNDER, N.Y.P.D. BLUE, EVERYBODY LOVES RAYMOND, among countless others. For the last 4 years of E.R., she played the hospital’s social worker, Liz Dade. Her film roles include: TERRI, SASSY PANTS, NUMBER 23, ENVY, READY O.K.?!, SINGLE WHITE FEMALE, FIRST PERIOD and the upcoming indie feature BFFs which she co-wrote/co-produced and co-stars in with Andrea Grano.
Andrea’s feature films include BFFs (which she co-wrote and co-produced with Tara Karsian) and the upcoming film People You May Know. She recently worked opposite David Strathairn in No God, No Master (nominated for Best Actress at the St Tropez Int’l Film Festival, and Best Supporting Actress at The Madrid Int’l Film Festival). Other films include Homecoming, Outside Sales, Primo, Knuckle Sandwich, and Tim Burton's Planet of the Apes.
Her television credits include guest starring roles on “Intelligence”, "Castle", “Heartbeat”, "Brothers and Sisters", "Law and Order: LA", "October Road", "InJustice", "The District", as well as recurring roles on Fox's "24", “The Young and the Restless”, and David Kelly's "Girl's Club".
As a member of The Echo Theater Company: the world premiere of David Ives' The Other Woman, Kate Robin's ANON, God's Ear, the world premiere of Jessica Goldberg’s Better, and the West Coast premiere of American Falls. Off-Broadway: the world premiere of White's Lies opposite Betty Buckley. She is CFO and co-founder of Sneaky Pete Productions, and was an Executive Producer on The Winning Season (Sam Rockwell and Emma Roberts) and Wilde Salome (Al Pacino and Jessica Chastain).
Dan was born in Prineville, Oregon and raised just 26 miles down the road in the farming town of Madras. An avid outdoorsman and all star athlete, Dan was signed by Ford modeling agency in New York City while participating in a contest for Gillette while attending San Diego State University on a Track scholarship. He moved to Los Angeles to become a full time actor and within a few months started working in commercials and television guest appearances. His first big break came when he was cast as Lt. Johnny McKay on the critically acclaimed CBS show, “Tour Of Duty”. This gave him the momentum to eventually be cast in over a dozen television pilots and numerous guest appearances on shows such as “Friends“, “Will and Grace“, “Melrose Place“, “Beverly Hills 90210” and “Star Trek: The Next Generation”, ”Lost”, “The Adventures of Old Christine” and “Hot in Cleveland”, just to name a few. He has also been in many feature films but “Teen Witch” and “The Son-In-Law” are what he is most recognized for. He is probably best known for portraying Kevin Buchanan on “One life to Live”. In 2008 he made his directorial debut with a short film “The Art of Getting Over It”. His most recent movie BFF’S is making its world premiere at the 29th Santa Barbara International Film Festival. Dan has been married to actress and singer Lisa Fuller, who he met while filming the movie “Teen Witch” and has one son, Cole. In his spare time Dan loves to brew micro beer and play as much golf as possible.