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ABOUT THE SHOW:
Numb3rs is a drama about an FBI agent who recruits his mathematical-genius brother to help the Bureau solve a wide range of challenging crimes in Los Angeles. The two brothers take on the most confounding criminal cases from a very distinctive perspective. Inspired by actual events, the series depicts how the confluence of police work and mathematics provides unexpected revelations and answers to the most perplexing criminal questions.
MEET THE CAST:
ROB MORROW – Don Eppes
After Numb3rs, Rob Morrow is next-best known for his portrayal of Dr. Joel Fleischman in the hit television series Northern Exposure. His performance garnered him three Golden Globe Awards and two Emmy Award nominations for Best Actor in a Dramatic Series.
His feature film credits include The Bucket List, the Academy Award-nominated Quiz Show, Mother, Last Dance, Into My Heart, The Emperor’s Club, and The Guru. He also starred in Maze, an independent feature that he wrote, directed and produced.
In addition to acting, he has directed three episodes of Numb3rs. He has also directed episodes of Joan of Arcadia and Oz. Morrow made his directorial debut in 1993 with the film The Silent Alarm, which premiered at the Seattle Film Festival and went on to screen at the Hamptons, Boston, Edinburgh and Sundance film festivals.
DAVID KRUMHOLTZ – Charlie Eppes
David Krumholtz was featured in the Academy Award-winning film Ray and starred in the cult hit Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle and its sequel, Harold and Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay. Krumholtz’s additional feature film credits include Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, Serenity, Slums of Beverly Hills, The Mexican, Sidewalks of New York, Scorched, Ten Things I Hate About You, Liberty Heights, The Santa Claus, The Santa Claus 2, Live!, Bobby, and Tenacious D: The Pick of Destiny.
His television credits include guest-starring roles in Undeclared, Freaks and Geeks, and ER.
JUDD HIRSCH – Alan Eppes
Judd Hirsch is probably best known for his portrayal of Alex Rieger in the classic television series Taxi, a role that earned him two Emmy Awards for Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series and nominations during every season of the show’s run. Hirsch also starred as John Lacey in the series Dear John, for which he won the Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Comedy, before starring opposite Bob Newhart in the comedy series George & Leo.
His eclectic résumé of feature film credits includes King of the Gypsies; Ordinary People, for which he received a Best Supporting Actor Academy Award nomination; Without a Trace; Teachers; Independence Day and Man on the Moon.
ALIMI BALLARD – David Sinclair
Alimi Ballard was in the series Dark Angel and American Dreams. His other television credits include Arsenio, and guest spots on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Nash Bridges, NYPD Blue, Boomtown, Philly, She Spies, The Division, For the People and the movie The Little Richard Story. His first television role was in the daytime drama “Loving.”
His feature film credits include Men of Honor and Deep Impact.
NAVI RAWAT – Amita Ramanjuan
Navi Rawat’s television credits include 24 and The O.C.
Rawat starred in the indie drama Ocean of Pearls, and headlined Project Greenlight’s horror film, Feast, for producer Wes Craven. She also starred in the comedy Wanted: Undead or Alive opposite Chris Kattan and James Denton. Her additional feature film credits include the Academy Award-nominated drama House of Sand and Fog.
DYLAN BRUNO – Colby Granger
Dylan Bruno graduated from MIT with a degree in environmental engineering in 1993. He took a year off from his engineering job to ski competitively. Following that, he modeled and starred in television commercials, one of which landed him a job as a regular in the TV series High Incident. His other television credits include CSI: Miami, Nash Bridges, Touched by An Angel, The Dead Zone, and North Shore.
His first feature film role was in Saving Private Ryan. He also appeared in Where the Heart Is, When Trumpets Fade, and The One.
PETER MACNICOL – Dr. Larry Fleinhart
Peter MacNicol has been quietly carving out a career as one of this country’s most versatile actors. He first came to prominence in the feature film Sophie’s Choice, playing the young southern writer, Stingo, opposite Meryl Streep and Kevin Kline. His other film credits include Ghostbusters II, Addams Family Values, Housesitter, Heat, and Dracula: Dead and Loving It. He also co-starred opposite Rowan Atkinson in the international hit Bean.
Over the past 20 years, MacNicol has starred in numerous television series, most notably Ally McBeal, for which he won an Emmy Award in 2001 for Best Supporting Actor. His other series credits include 24 and Chicago Hope. Most recently, after playing a recurring role on Grey’s Anatomy, he appeared in the Emmy Award-winning TV movie Game Change, and in episodes of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, Necessary Roughness, and The Mindy Project. In addition to the Emmy, MacNicol has won a SAG Award as a member of the ensemble in Ally McBeal.
He has since directed episodes of Ally McBeal and Boston Public, as well as script writing for episodes of Ally McBeal and Numb3rs.
DIANE FARR – Megan Reeves
Diane Farr, a household name to Gen X and Y’ers as co-host of MTV’s breakout series Loveline, recently starred as female firefighter Laura Miles for two seasons on the critically acclaimed drama Rescue Me. She portrayed the love interest of the whole cast on The Drew Carey Show and portrayed Amy Deluca on Roswell for two seasons before moving on to star as Jan Fendrick opposite Denis Leary on the critically acclaimed comedy The Job. The following year, Farr returned to her sitcom roots starring in Like Family. Farr, who had recurring roles in Bull and Secret Agent Man, received critical acclaim for her cameo role in HBO’s Arliss.
A published author, Farr’s first book The Girl Code, a comic look at single women in the 21st century, was released on Valentine’s Day 2001 and has since been sold to seven countries and translated in five languages. Farr has written for Glamour, Jane, Esquire, Maxim, Cosmopolitan, Soma and Self.
Farr has taught acting in a maximum security men’s prison, owned and managed a New York City nightclub, traveled every continent of the world on her own and is a sponsored women’s snowboarder.