Danielle Rose Russell

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Danielle Rose Russell

Hope Mikaelson

Danielle Rose Russell made her mark in Cameron Crowe’s Aloha, opposite Emma Stone and Bradley Cooper. Past credits include the independent feature Viral with Mekhi Phifer, Rachel Nichols and Alfie Allen and director Scott Frank’s A Walk Among the Tombstones, opposite Liam Neeson. She also appeared in Amazon’s The Last Tycoon, starring Kelsey Grammer and Matt Bomer.
Russell most recently appeared as Miranda in Lionsgate’s box-office hit Wonder, opposite Julia Roberts, Owen Wilson and Jacob Tremblay. Next, she will star in Jim Loach’s Measure of a Man, opposite Donald Sutherland and Blake Cooper.

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Aria Shahgasemi

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Aria Shahgasemi

Landon Kirby

The oldest of two children born to Iranian immigrants, Aria Shahghasemi grew up in suburban Minneapolis playing soccer, football, hockey and tennis. He performed in high school plays, which ultimately led him to the theater program at Southern Oregon University. He then transferred to the celebrated Neighborhood Playhouse in New York. Shortly after graduating, Shahghasemi booked episodes of Unforgettable, Law and Order: SVU, and Instinct. He also performed in the Off-Broadway play Connected and was seen in the independent feature No Alternative.

Kaylee Bryant

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Kaylee Bryant

Josie Saltzman

A native of Las Vegas and the daughter of a Folies Bergère dancer, Kaylee Bryant has been singing, dancing and participating in musical theater productions starting at a very young age. At the age of nine, Bryant signed with Ford Models and soon became the face of Ralph Lauren for seven seasons. It was after a talent manager saw her in an advertisement for the fashion house that Bryant entered the acting space.
Bryant was recently seen on Netflix’s The Santa Clarita Diet. Additional credits include The Real O’Neals, Speechless, Criminal Minds, Chasing Life, Suburgatory, Body of Proof, American Horror Story: Murder House and Kickin’ It.
Bryant currently lives in Los Angeles with her family.

Jenny Boyd

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Jenny Boyd

Lizzie Saltzman

Jenny Boyd previously trained at the acclaimed London Academy of Music & Dramatic Art. She starred opposite Anya Taylor Joy in Viking Quest, which was directed by Todor Chapkanov. She can next be seen starring opposite Kelly Blatz in the independent film Hex, directed by Rudolph Buitendach.
Boyd currently resides in Los Angeles.

Quincy Fonce

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Quincy Fonce

Milton MG Greasley

Quincy Fouse was raised in Indianapolis, Indiana, where he attended the Broad Ripple Magnet High School for the Performing Arts & Humanities. There, he discovered a love for performing through beatboxing, dancing and rapping/poetry. Soon after moving to Los Angeles, Fouse landed a recurring role on The Goldbergs. He is best known for his role in the box office hit Logan, starring Hugh Jackman. He also starred in All About the Washingtons.

Peyton Alex Smith

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Peyton Alex Smith

Rafael Waithe

Peyton Alex Smith starred in Kathryn Bigelow’s critically-acclaimed feature film Detroit. He also starred in BET’s scripted series, The Quad, opposite Anika Noni Rose. His previous credits include Luke Cage, Tales, Mad Money and Carter High.

Matthew Davis

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Matthew Davis

Alaric Saltzman

Matt Davis stars in Legacies as Alaric Saltzman, a former vampire hunter who was a beloved teacher, guardian and an unlikely ally for the Salvatore brothers, who is now trying to piece his life together after his fiancée and unborn twins were brutally killed.
On the big screen, Davis is well-known for his role in the hit film Legally Blonde, in which he played Warner Huntington III. He also starred in the comedy Finding Bliss, opposite Leelee Sobieski, the WWII drama Below, with Bruce Greenwood and Zach Galifianakis, and in Joel Schumacher’s Vietnam drama Tigerland, with Colin Farrell. Davis also appeared in the blockbuster Pearl Harbor, directed by Michael Bay; Seeing Other People, directed by Wallace Wolodarsky; and the cult favorite Blue Crush, directed by John Stockwell.
Davis’s additional film credits include Heights, with Glenn Close and James Marsden; Waiting for Forever, with Rachel Bilson and Nikki Blonsky; and S. Darko, with Elizabeth Berkley and Ed Westwick.