Javicia Leslie

Recently named by The Hollywood Reporter as their “Next Big Thing” and by Los Angeles Magazine as their “One to Watch,” actress Javicia Leslie was cast as the first bisexual, black actress to play Batwoman.

Leslie was also recently featured in Women’s Health and Emmy Magazine for her breakout series regular role on Warner Bros. Television’s God Friended Me as Ali Finer, the quick witted and levelheaded lesbian daughter of Joe Morton’s Reverend Finer. Leslie is also known for stealing the screen on The Family Business. On the feature film front, Leslie recently tackled the lead role in hilarious new comedy Always a Bridesmaid, penned by NAACP-nominee Yvette Nicole Brown.

Born in Germany to military parents, Leslie was primarily raised in Maryland. With a passion for performing early on, Leslie went on to historically black college, Hampton University, where she appeared in several productions including Seven Guitars, For Colored Girls and Chicago. Following graduation, she took on a job in D.C. helping soldiers and their families all while producing her own play. When she landed her first agent, she packed up and set out with her sights on Los Angeles.

Without any friends or family in the city and just a month living in L.A., Leslie was discovered working the booth of a pop-up shop event. She quickly gained major visibility with the Lifetime movie Killer Coach which propelled her forward with the TV series Chef Julian and recurring appearances on MacGyver. She later starred as a lead in Carl Weber’s The Family Business, alongside Ernie Hudson on BET, which consistently ranked as one of the top 10 cable shows on TV during its run.

Splitting her time between Los Angeles and New York City, she has started an annual charity drive timed around her birthday to use the evening to give back to youth in her community – this year collecting donations of sports items via her charity, The Chandler Foundation. when Leslie isn’t filming, she spends her free time planning her next charity event, spending time with her dog, Judah, and staying fit through her passion for fitness and healthy diet.

Nicole Kang

Nicole Kang is an actress and writer, known for Jack and Jane, Batwoman (2019) and The Feels (2016).

Camrus Johnson

Camrus Johnson is an actor and producer, known for Batwoman (2019), The Sun Is Also a Star (2019) and Safe Spaces (2019).

Meagan Tandy

Tandy, born in Fremont, California and raised in Fontana, graduated from Etiwanda High School in Rancho Cucamonga. She was a student at Chaffey College, and is the first student from this school to win the Miss California USA title.

Tandy studied Business and Film Production at Chaffey College for two years where she had to produce, create and edit several commercials and short film projects for the class. Tandy's first "job" in Entertainment was as a stand-in for the "Trista and Ryan" Bachelorette Wedding . Although a fan of the show, Tandy said being a stand-in for the Live wedding was a "terrible" experience and has never worked as a stand-in since. After receiving 2 degrees at Chaffey Meagan continued to Cal Poly Pomona where she worked on a degree in Business Management and Marketing.

Tandy won the Miss California USA title in a state pageant held in San Rafael, California on October 15, 2006. It was her second attempt at the title, as she has placed fourth runner-up to Tamiko Nash the year previously. Her sister titleholder, Kylee Lin of San Rafael also placed fourth runner-up in last years competition. Tandy also won the Best Swimsuit Award in the 2007 Miss California USA pageant.

Tandy competed in the Miss USA 2007 pageant which was broadcast live from the Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles, California and placed 3rd runner-up. Her evening wear gown was created by Bravo Project Runway's Nick Verreos from season 2. She succeeds two Californian titleholders who placed first runner-up in the nationally televised competition - Brittany Hogan, Miss California USA 2005 and Nash, Miss California USA 2006. She is only the fourth African-American Miss California USA and the first African-American to succeed another African-American titleholder.

She currently is a member of the Screen Actors Guild, where she has filmed several national commercials: Wendy's, Boost Mobile, a movie promotional from the film Shrek The Third, appeared on the hit show Whose Got Jokes alongside Bill Bellamy and filmed a national Super Bowl commercial for Pepsi Max. Recently she appeared in the 2010 movie Unstoppable as one of Denzel Washington's daughters. You can also find her as Mia on Comedy Central alongside Bobby Lee.

She temporarily hosted for E! as an online correspondent for E! News Now. She's done various fashion shows across the country and has been a part of 3 SKETCHERS Brand Shoe campaigns. Los Angeles Getty Images.

To honor Tandy's achievements, INTA Gems and Diamonds of the Los Angeles jewelry district had a ruby and diamond necklace and earrings were donated to and archived in the Gemological Institute of America's museum.

In May 2012, Meagan founded her own program for teens called "GIRL TALK" where she collaborated with the Women On The Move Network of Rancho Cucamonga. The 1st Annual "GIRL TALK" seminar was held in July 2013.

Tandy currently resides in Los Angeles where she continues her acting career. She played Lulu Pope on the ABC Family show Jane By Design. Tandy appeared in Piranha DD, where she played Ashley Sorby, who meets a gruesome demise. Tandy also appeared in Trey Songz music video single called Simply Amazing from his new album Chapter V.

Rachel Skarsten

Rachel Alice Marie Skarsten was born April 23, 1985 in Toronto, to Mary Aileen (Self) and Dr. Stan Skarsten. She has a younger brother, Jonathan.

Rachel danced for the Royal Academy of Dance for twelve years, earning her Elementary Level with distinction in 1999. After an injury to her ankle, Rachel was forced to give up dance and turned to sports. She played at the highest level of competitive female hockey as a goalie for the Leaside Wildcats in Toronto, where in 2002 she won the Toronto City Championships in a shootout.

One of her first movie roles was Caroline Lofton on Virginia's Run (2002)

At 16 she won a major role -- that of superhero Black Canary/Dinah Lance -- in the WB series Birds of Prey (2002), after being discovered by Producer Brian Robins. After the show was canceled, she moved home from Los Angeles eager to take a hiatus from acting, to graduate high school and pursue an undergraduate degree. After graduating from Earl Haig Secondary School in the top 10% of her class, and being named an Ontario Scholar, she was accepted into the prestigious Canadian Queen's University. There she completed a double major in English Literature and Classical History. After graduation, she backpacked around Western Europe for four months with friends. She moved back to Los Angeles in the spring of 2008.

Following this, she returned to acting with arcs on Flashpoint, The Listener and The LA Complex.

Rachel represented the role of Tamsin in the supernatural crime drama television series Lost Girl (2010-2016), Andrea in the successful movie Fifty Shades of Grey (2015), Queen Elizabeth I in the CW series Reign; she was seen too in Aaron Sorkin's Molly's Game (2017) and recently she played Poppy Langmore in the second season of Bravo's Imposters (2018), from Universal Cable Productions.