Kaylee DeFer is quickly emerging as one of Hollywood’s most engaging young actresses with her latest role as ‘Charlie/Ivy” on the CW’s hit series Gossip Girl.

DeFer shook things up on Gossip Girl last season as ‘Charlie/Ivy,’ a paid actress who was hired to play Lily Van der Woodsen’s (Kelly Rutherford) niece in order to gain access to the family trust fund.  DeFer returned to the Upper East Side this fall as a series regular. The show airs Mondays at 8PM on the CW.

DeFer, who is best known for her role as ‘Hillary Gold’ on the Fox comedy Series The War at Home has made several guest appearances on hit TV shows such as; How I meet Your Mother, CSI: Miami, North Shore; Ghost Whisperer and Bones. She has also appeared on the silver screen in Underclassman, Flika and Red State.

Born in Tucson, Arizona, DeFer began her career in musical theatre at the age of eight and continued through high school with the lead of ‘Kim’ in Bye Bye Birdie. She moved to Los Angeles to pursue her love of acting in 2003 and has been working ever since and enjoying every minute.

DeFer currently resides in New York.


2012 is an eventful year for Elisabeth. She has a major role on the hit Lifetime series “The Client List,” stars in Warner Bros.’ Joel Silver-produced thriller Transit opposite James Caviezel - due to be released April 2012 - and teamed up with Kyra Sedgwick and Vincent Donofrio in Chlorine.  Elisabeth shot the Lionsgate feature by Brian A. Miller Officer Down, as well as Darkroom, an independent feature directed by Britt Napier and produced by Michael A. Liberty and Ron Stein (The Kids are Alright).

It was during her time at Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, NY, Röhm fell in love with acting, and after receiving her degree, she quickly found work on the soap opera One Life to Live and followed it up with a long line of recurring appearances on the WB television show, Angel. However, most know Röhm best as A.D.A. Serena Southerlyn on the NBC staple series, “Law & Order” where legendary creator/producer Dick Wolf praised her as "one of the finest young actresses working in television."  She went on to star as Alex Mason, a love interest to Michael Vartan’s character, in the ABC drama “Big Shots” and later returned to NBC as a new addition to the cast of the cult-favorite “Heroes.”

Röhm’s past films include Abduction alongside Taylor Lautner and Sigourney Weaver, Miss Congeniality 2, starring Sandra Bullock, and Woody Allen’s Deconstructing Harry.  She starred in Kreutzer Sonata, an IFC production co-starring Danny Huston and starred opposite James Caan in the film Barry Minkow.

Röhm welcomed her first child, a girl named Easton, on April 10, 2008.  She retains residences in New York, Venice, CA, and in Holland.


Born in Toronto, Canada, Christian Campbell began acting at the age six in Scottish "pantos" and other productions directed by his father, a drama teacher. He studied at the Claude Watson School for the Performing Arts, and it was during that time that he began an ongoing role in the popular Canadian series Degrassi Junior High. He proceeded to appear in films like Trick, Next Time, and Hairshirt, an independent comedy he co-produced and co-starred in with his sister, Neve. 

On stage, Mr. Campbell appeared in the Off Broadway production of Reefer Madness playing Jimmy, for which he won the L.A. Drama Critics Circle Award for Lead Performance. He recreated the role for the 2005 Showtime Network adaptation. He has also starred in Jonathan Larson's Musical Tick, Tick...Boom, and Nagasaki Dust.
In recent years, Christian has continued to excel in television roles, playing Bobby Warner in All My Children, Peter Webster in The Book of Daniel, and Greg Ivey in Big Love. His recent film credits include roles in George Hickenlooper’s Casino Jack, The Trouble with Bliss alongside Michael C. Hall and Peter Fonda, and the upcoming Drawing Home with Rutger Hauer and Wallace Shawn.


Tobias Segal has been very busy in the indie film world, having just completed “B-Sides”, “Reservoir”,  “The Blood Of Love” and “Petunia”.  This fall he will be seen, along side, Ryan Reynolds and Jeff Bridges in the Universal film R.I.P.D. Other films include the 2012 film festival award darling Martha Marcy May Marlene (2011), summer box office expected “Men In Black 3” (2012) and the final Rocky film “Rocky Balboa” (2006).

In Television Tobias has guest starred in many hit series including “Fringe”, “Medium”, “Law & Order”, “Law & Order SVU”. and “Body of Proof”.

Tobias made his Broadway debut, opposite Abigail Breslin, in The Miracle Worker. Past productions include The Cherry Orchard and A Winter's Tale in Sam Mendes' Bridge Project (BAM, Old Vic, European and Asian Tour.)  Off Broadway; Playwrights Horizons, Atlantic Theatre, Rattlestick, The Play Company.  He has been nominated for both the Drama Desk and Drama League awards for his performance in From Up Here at MTC.



Britne Oldford is a Canadian born actress currently residing in New York City, with a background in dance as well as music. In Toronto Britne attended an arts intensive program majoring in drama at a renowned Art School in her junior and senior years of vocation which laid the ground work for a budding career in the acting industry. "Skins" was her first sizeable TV debut, playing the role of "Cadie”. In this last year, Britne made the feature film 'Darkroom', starred in a short film called "Alex" and was one of the leads in the feature film "36 Saints."

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