James Gandolfini: 2004 Emmy Award Nominee; 2000, 2001, and 2003 Emmy Award Winner for Best Actor; 1999 Golden Globe Award Winner for Best Actor; 1999 SAG Award Best Actor; 2002 American Institute of Film, Best Actor of the Year; The Sopranos .
Kristin Davis: 2004 Emmy Award Nominee; 2002 Emmy and Golden Globe Award Winner for Best Comedy TV Series; 2004 SAG Award Nominee; 2002 SAG Award for Outstanding Ensemble Performance, Sex in the City .
Jason Matthew Smith: American Institute of Film, Best Ensemble of the Year Nominee, 2004. Playmakers
Roger Bart: Winner of the Tony Award, Winner of The Drama Desk Award: Broadway, You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown! (1999); Tony Award Nominee: The Producers (2001).
Marc Wolf: Another American: Asking and Telling (Winner of the Obie Award, Nominated for the Drama Desk Award and the Outer Critics Award – 2000).
Kevin Chamberlain: Tony Award Nominee: Dirty Blondes (2000); Tony Award Nominee: Dr. Suessical (2001).
Michael McGuire: Winner of the Tony Award, Winner of the Drama Desk Award: Broadway, Les Miserables .
Kevin Kilner: Original starring role Dinner with Friends, (Winner of the Pulitzer Prize) (2000); Winner of The Theatre World Award, Drama Desk Award Nominee: Broadway, The Glass Menagerie with Julie Harris (1994).
Cynthia Martells: Tony Award Nominee, Helen Hayes Award Nominee, and Winner of the Outer Critics Award: Broadway, Two Trains Running.
Jordan Baker: Original starring role in Pulitzer Prize Three Tall Women by Edward Albee (1995); Suddenly Last Summer at Circle in the Square (Winner of Theatre World Award – 1996).
Robert Jess Roth (Director): Broadway, Beauty and the Beast – 1994 Tony Award Nominee (in addition, the play received the Drama Desk and the Outer Critics Award).
Wendy Kamenoff: Winner of 2 Dramalogue Awards: Los Angeles, Laughing Wild; Undressing for New Jersey (1995).
Elaine Taylor: Winner of Dramalogue Award: Los Angeles, Indigo Blues .
Colleen Flynn Lawson: Emmy Award Nominee: E.R (1994).
Lauren Holly: Emmy Award Nominee: All My Children; starring role in Picket Fences – Emmy Award for Best Dramatic Series (1995).
Noelle Beck: Emmy Award Nominee: Loving .
Kurt Sutter (Writer and Co-Producer): 2004 Emmy Award winner The Shield on FX.
Henriette Mantel (Writer): Winner of Emmy Award: Win Ben Stein's Money (1999). Nominee of Emmy Award: Win Ben Stein's Money and The Awful Truth (PBS Documentary). Screenwriter's Guild Award Nomination: The Awful Truth (2000)