Christian originated the role of Jimmy in Los Angeles and is delighted to make his off-Broadway debut in Reefer Madness. Recent credits include the film Trick and the TV series The $treet. Christian is proud to boast the only bio in New York that does not include "Law and Order." Thank you.


Gregg was last seen on stage in the off-Broadway production of Lee Blessing's Thief River. His Broadway appearances include Edward Rutledge in 1776 (Drama Desk Award, Tony and Outer Critics Circle nominations), City of Angels (Tony nomination), Anna Karenina (Tony nomination), Anything Goes, Cabaret, Falsettos, Stephen Sondheim's Passion, among others. He can be seen in numerous movies including the unreleased Woody Allen spring project and City By The Sea. Other films include The Cradle Will Rock and Crimes and Misdemeanors. His latest TV appearance was on the new NBC series Ed. Gregg is married to actress Carolee Carmello. They have two children, Zoe and Ethan.


Broadway: Seussical, Cabaret (Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle nominations), Triumph of Love, Crazy For You (Drama Desk nomination), Mail. Off-Broadway: After the Fair, Hello Again, Merrily We Roll Along, john & jen. Film: The Cradle Will Rock, Jeffrey, The Girl in the Watermelon, Flight of Black Angel. TV includes: Law & Order, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Quantum Leap, Dear John, Golden Girls. Recordings: Seussical, Crazy For You, After the Fair, Hello Again, Merrily We Roll Along, Lost in Boston III, Broadway Bound, The Stephen Schwartz Album, The Stephen Sondheim Album, and the upcoming Sherman Brothers Album.


Robert is thrilled to be in NY recreating the role he originated in L.A. B'way: Starlight Express, Tony nomination (Greaseball); Joseph... (Pharoah, also L.A. and San Francisco); Smokey Joe's Cafe (also L.A. and London). Film: That Thing You Do (Freddie Fredrickson), written and directed by Tom Hanks; Submerged (Ewing); Joseph...(Pharoah) opposite Donny Osmond; and the soon to be released Who's Your Daddy? (Mike Hunt). TV: series regulars include Drew Carey Show (Jay), Vinnie & Bobby (Bobby) opposite Matt Le Blanc, Generations (Kyle Masters), Family Passions. Guest appearances include Any Day Now, Sabrina, V.I.P., Spyder Games (currently on MTV), 90210, and Melrose Place. Love to his son Zack and his life inspiration, his wife, DeLee Lively.


Broadway: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (Becky), workshop of Hairspray (dir. Rob Marshall). A native of Detroit, Kristen is in her senior year at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. Other theatre: Hair (Chrissy), Wizard of Oz (Dorothy), The Miracle Worker (Helen). Film: Pootie Tang, A Matter of Choice. Love and thanks to parents and Neal Dodson.


John's New York career began while street-performing in front of the Metropolitan Museum, where he was plucked off the street to create Kenny in the off-Broadway hit, Three Guys Naked From The Waist Down (Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle nominations). Of John's theatre, film, and television roles, he's most recently acclaimed for originating the role of Ralph in the L.A. production of Reefer Madness (Ovation and Garland awards), portraying Shemp in ABC's The Three Stooges (produced by Mel Gibson), and as the Crypt Keeper on the Emmy-nominated Tales From the Crypt (recognize that laugh?). John's happily married to actress Julie Benz.


Erin originated the role of Sally and is thrilled to her reefer-slutty toes to be in New York. Huge thank-yous to her families, both biological and Reefer-ogical. Erin enjoys long walks on the beach, and referring to herself in the third person.


B'way credits include Follies (Margie), Chicago (Mona), Dame Edna, Little Me (Colette), Victor/Victoria (Norma u/s), Beauty and the Beast, Will Rogers Follies, Meet Me in St. Louis. Nat'l tours: Chicago, Guys & Dolls, Cats. Regional: Charity in Sweet Charity, Lola in Damn Yankees, Peggy in 42nd Street, Fire Goddess in Pippin. Love to new hubby Steve.


Broadway: Little Me (Ramona). Off-Broadway: I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change. Regional: No, No, Nanette (Nanette), Goodspeed; Dames at Sea (Ruby), San Francisco; Beehive, Vegas and TUTS; The Secret Garden (Martha). DramaLogue awards for Dot in Sunday in the Park With George and Petra in A Little Night Music.


B'way: Javert in Les Miserables. Off-B'way: Forbidden Broadway. Regional: Jasper in Drood (Salt Lake City), Dexter in The Philadelphia Story (New Harmony, IN), George Bailey in A Wonderful Life (Chicago), title role in Yeston/Kopit’s Phantom (Galveston, TX). TV: All My Children, One Life To Live. Je t'aime Marie-Laurence at Karing!


After posing for the poster of Mamma Mia!, Jen was really grateful Reefer Madness came a-callin'. She’s done Footloose. She's done Fame. She done need a new agent. For more information on her illustrious career and avant-garde lifestyle, check out Much love to the usual suspects.


Broadway theatre: A Chorus Line. L.A. theatre: premieres of Reefer Madness, The Gift, and many more. TV: Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Jack & Jill, Shasta, and more. Paul is also an accomplished writer, director, choreographer, cheesehead, and producer. Proudest credit: Producer/Book Writer of Pandora's Box, an LA world premiere concert event in June 2001... and the journey continues...


After posing as Christian Campbell's body double in Trick, Michael graciously agreed to back him up once again. You may have seen him in Footloose, you might have seen him in Superstar, you probably missed him in Hair. Look for his upcoming movie, Marci X. Love to family and friends.


Molly Zimpfer is a recent graduate of Circle in the Square Theatre School and is thrilled to be making her New York theatrical debut with Reefer Madness. This past year, she was featured on One Life To Live, and was a top 25 finalist on Pop Stars. Other TV: Guiding Light and a national Clairol commercial. Love to Brandon.

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