About the Actors
Jason Kravits is probably best known for his work portraying lawyers on television dramas such as The Practice (where he portrayed ADA Richard Bay for two seasons), and the Law and Order franchise. But he has found just as much success in comedies, including memorable roles on The Michael J. Fox Show, Hot in Cleveland, Everybody Loves Raymond and Curb Your Enthusiasm. Other notable TV appearances include Smash, Raising Hope, Harry's Law, The Good Wife, Royal Pains, 30 Rock, Gilmore Girls, and the new Masters of Sex. His film credits include Morning Glory, The Adjustment Bureau, What Just Happened, Sweet November, All Good Things, and See You in September. He has appeared in several Broadway shows, including The Drowsy Chaperone and Relatively Speaking. As a writer, he co-authored Rocky and Bullwinkle’s ‘A Christmoose Story,’ as well as the hit holiday parody, The Kvetch.
Jason hails from the Washington D.C. area where he attended the University of Maryland. He has a 12-year-old son, who was (and is) the inspiration for much of his recent material.
Many know Matt Servitto for his regular role as FBI Agent Dwight Harris on HBO's iconic dramatic series The Sopranos, which won a SAG Award for Best Dramatic Ensemble. He also appeared for several years on Showtime's Brotherhood as corrupt politician Don Donatello. Matt can be seen regularly on Cinemax's Banshee and the new Adult Swim series Your Pretty Face Is Going to Hell. Other television appearances include Harry's Law, The Mentalist, Unforgettable, and Alpha House. Among Matt's studio feature work are Going the Distance (with Drew Barrymore), Enchanted, No Reservations, Hitch, and Woody Allen's Melinda and Melinda. Independent film work includes Compliance, I Do and I Don't (with Jane Lynch), Slamdance Audience Award-winner The Project and Sundance hits Big Fan and Two Family House.
Matt is a graduate of The Juilliard School and the father of a 10-year-old and twin 8-year-olds. He does not remember sleep.