Mari Morrow - She made her television debut appearance in 1992 as Wendy Mallow on the popular television program, Baywatch. From 1995 to 1996, she portrayed Rachel Gannon on the ABC soap opera One Life to Live. Morrow also had a recurring appearance on the sitcom, Family Matters as Darius McCrary (Eddie)'s girlfriend and then ex-girlfriend, Oneisha, throughout 1992 to 1997. Other television and film appearances include, Living Single, Soul Food, Conan, The Parkers, and The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and appearances in films such as: Uninvited Guest, Children of the Corn III, Book of Love, Restraining Order, Def Jam's How to Be a Player, Traci Townsend, and Today, You Die (2006).

Morrow is also a real estate agent in Los Angeles, California.

Guy Torry - began his acting career around the age of 23. He made minor appearances on shows such as Martin. In 1997, he became a regular cast member of UPN's short-lived sitcom Good News. He eventually started touring all around the world doing stand up comedy. With numerous sold out events and standing ovations. He appeared on Def Jam Comedy which was another successful comedy show which featured his brother Joe Torry as one of the hosts, as well as appearances on Comedy Central and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Also, he created and hosted a very successful weekly comedy show called "Phat Tuesdays," at one of America's most famous comedy hubs "The Comedy Store." "Phat Tuesdays" formed in 1995 and lasted for 10 years. Guy Torry was also an original member of the Kings of Comedy in 1998, where he hosted for the first year. He couldn't continue the second year due to a starring role he landed on the UPN action-drama The Strip. He also wrote for other television series such as "Martin" and Moesha among others. He started breaking into films in the mid-90s and has had parts in many films since then such as Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood, Life, and Trippin'. His most notable role was as a convict named Lamont in American History X, who helped turn a young Nazi-skinhead's life around while in prison.

Steven Russell - was born in Hartford, Connecticut and raised in Pasadena, California. As a teen, Steve would spend countless hours in front of the television watching and mocking the musical and dance styling of his most admired artist - Michael Jackson. Having aspirations of being the next phenomenon, Steve would wow crowds at Los Angele's renowned Venice Beach by displaying his undeniable talents of singing and dancing. Often drawing crowds of hundreds to watch him perform, Steve predicted that by the time he was 18 he would have a #1 record playing on the radio. Well, Steve would fulfill his prophecy far beyond his expectations by winning a talent show with childhood friends Allen McNeil, Rodney Benford, John Harreld and Reggie Warren that sparked interest from major record labels. Signing to Atlantic Records, these childhood friends from Pasadena would be known to the world as Troop. Troop released their debut single, "Mamacita", from their self-titled debut album in 1988 that reached #2 on Billboard's R&B charts.