Pamela Bowen, Marcy
A native of Caddo Mills, TX, Pamela Bowen got her start at Stage West Theater in Fort Worth. After working extensively in Dallas, Pamela moved to New York to study acting with Harold Guskin. After a two-year stint starring on an ABC soap opera, she traveled to Los Angeles, where she continues to work on television and in film. Her credits include roles in numerous TV shows, such as "Six Feet Under," "Everybody Loves Raymond," "Beverly Hills, 90210," and "Lands End"; in the TV mini-series "Julius Caesar" opposite Christopher Walken and Chris Noth; and in films such as "Detroit Rock City" and Robert Altman's "The Player." Pamela has also written produced work for network television. In her spare time, she designs and renovates homes.
Rachel Grate, Alice
Rachel Grate started performing at the age of three. Convinced she was a swan, she would perform “Swan Lake” for anyone she came across; at school, at home, at the grocery store, wherever. By the age of 10, her exuberant energy and natural inclination to perform had led to starring television and film acting roles, and dozens of national running commercials. In high school, Grate was a leading member of the nationally renowned John Burroughs High School Powerhouse showchoir, (which recently appeared on Oprah with the cast of “Glee”). Rachel studied at the University of California, Irvine, earning a B.A. in Drama, and the prestigious Honors in Acting. Rachel is committed to teaching healthy living habits to kids in Los Angeles, and performs with, “The Good Life with Gabby!”
Barry Alan Levine, Game Show Host
Barry Alan Levine is a film, television, theatre and Internet actor. He has appeared in numerous television series including “Cold Case”, “Southland”, “New Adventures of Old Christine”, “Las Vegas”, “The King of Queens”, and many more. Levine’s film credits include lead roles in “Happy Birthday Michael Peck”, “European Son”, “Want”, “Convention”, and “After the Thunder”. For his lead role in the play “Metamorphoses”, Levine received the Ovation Award for Best Play, the Back Stage West Garland Award for Best Play, and the Back Stage West Garland Award for Best Ensemble Performance.