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ROBERT JOHN BURKE (Greg Ganley) Born and raised in New York City, Robert Burke graduated from State University of New York at Purchase. While a student there, he met indie director Hal Hartley, and appeared in several of his films including THE UNBELIEVABLE TRUTH, SIMPLE MEN, and FLIRT. He took over the RoboCop role, created by Peter Weller, in ROBOCOP 3. His other films include SAFE, DUST DEVIL, NO SUCH THING, ICELAND, THINNER, HIDE AND SEEK, MUNICH, GOOD NIGHT AND GOOD LUCK, and MIRACLE AT ST. ANNA.

On television, Burke was a regular on Rescue Me with Denis Leary and remains a regular on Gossip Girl. He has also had recurring roles on Law and Order and Law and Order Special Victims Unit, as well as Six Degrees and Kidnapped. He also appeared in Person of Interest, The Sopranos, and Sex in the City. In 2008 he played Maj. General James Mattis, commanding general of the First Marine Division, in the HBO miniseries Generation Kill.

GRETCHEN MOL (Karen) most recently starred in LAGGIES opposite Sam Rockwell, Keira Knightly and Chloe Grace Moritz as well as opposite Steve Buscemi as a regular on the Martin Scorsese-produced HBO series "Boardwalk Empire," for which she and her cast mates received the Screen Actors Guild award for Outstanding Performance By A Cast In A Drama Series. In 2007 she and the cast of the film 3:10 TO YUMA received the SAG award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture. Mol made her mark on audiences and critics with her acclaimed portrayal of 1950s pinup icon Bettie Page in the film THE NOTORIOUS BETTIE PAGE, which opened to rave reviews at the 2005 Toronto Film Festival.

Mol was born in Connecticut and was a graduate of the William Esper Studio and the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. She began acting professionally in numerous commercials and stage productions, and remains active on the stage. She has starred on Broadway as Roxie Hart in Chicago, and appeared in Neil La Bute's The Shape of Things in London and off-Broadway, and also in the film version, which premiered at the Sundance Festival. She made her film debut in Spike Lee's GIRL 6 as Girl Twelve. Among her numerous other films ARE THE ROUNDERS, FOREVER MINE, AN AMERICAN AFFAIR, PUCCINI FOR BEGINNERS, THE THIRTEENTH FLOOR, DONNIE BRASCOE, Abel Ferrara's THE FUNERAL, and Woody Allen's CELEBRITY and SWEET AND LOWDOWN. Her telefilm credits include Lifetime's Emmy-nominated The Memory-Keeper's Daughter, based on the bestseller of the same name, as well as Picnic, The Magnificent Ambersons, Calm at Sunset, Calm at Dawn, The Valley of Light, and Dead Man's Walk. In addition to "Boardwalk Empire," she was a regular on the David E. Kelly ABC series "Life on Mars" and appeared in the debut episode of "Spin City."

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