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The Escort Cast

  • Polly Draper

    Polly Draper as Rhona

    Polly Draper’s Broadway credits include Closer, Brooklyn Boy, and Crazy He Calls Me.  Polly also starred in the original New York productions of Four Dogs And A Bone (New York Magazine’s best Broadway actress award), Neil Simon’s Actors and Actresses, John Cassavetes’ Thorn Hill, Imagining Brad, Sister Mary Ignatius, Rum and Coke, and Top Girls among others.  Her most recent film and television credits include a role on the Showtime series The Big C, and a role in the upcoming feature film My Idiot Brother starring Paul Rudd.  Miss Draper is most famous for her role on ABC’s groundbreaking series thirtysomething (Emmy nomination) She wrote, produced and starred in the critically acclaimed feature film, The Tic Code, which won awards at film festivals worldwide including Berlin, Vancouver, and the Hamptons.  Miss Draper has also spent the last five years writing, producing, and directing The Naked Brothers’ Band, a movie and subsequent hit Nickelodeon television series she created, for which she won many awards, including a WGA award.

  • James Eckhouse

    James Eckhouse as Howard

    Most recent West Coast appearances: Six Degrees of Separation at the Old Globe, Mother Courage at La Jolla, The Goat at Mark Taper Forum, and the award winning Heads at the Blank Theater. He has performed in world premieres on Broadway, at The Public, Playwrights Horizons, Manhattan Theater Club, and Lincoln Center, and at regional theaters including The Guthrie, Hartford Stage, Williamstown, Portland Stage, and Wisdom Bridge. Screen credits include films such as One True Thing, Defending Your Life, Junior, S.W.A.T., Leaving Normal, Fat Man and Little Boy, 84 Charing Cross Road, and the Sundance prize winning Half Life. Best known to TV audiences as Jim Walsh on 90210, James has starred on dozens of pilots and ongoing series such as Harry’s Law, Boston Legal, Criminal Minds, Southland, CSI, etc. He is a native Chicagoan and a graduate of the Juilliard School. James is also a director and begins production on two films this summer.

  • Maggie Siff

    Maggie Siff as Charlotte

    Maggie’s theatre credits include the recent revival of A Lie of the Mind, directed by Ethan Hawke (Off Broadway, The New Group), Or (Off-Broadway, The Women’s Project) The Ruby Sunrise (The Public), Frank’s Home (Playwright’s Horizons/Goodman), Rebecca Gilman’s Dollhouse at the Goodman (Jefferson Award Nomination for ‘Outstanding Principle Actress’), Lantern Theater’s Ghosts (Barrymore Award for ‘Best Supporting Actress’), Interact Theatre’s Aunt Dan and Lemon and the Walnut Street Theatre’s Oleanna (both Barrymore Award Nominations). Maggie stars as “Tara Knowles” on FX’s hit series Sons of Anarchy. She played “Rachel Menken” on the first season of AMC’s Emmy and Golden Globe-winning series Mad Men, for which she was included in a SAG award nomination for Best Ensemble. She has had recurring roles on ABC’s Life on Mars and FX’s Nip/Tuck. Films include Leaves of Grass, opposite Edward Norton, Judd Apatow’s Funny People, and Helen Hunt’s indie drama Then She Found Me. She holds an MFA from NYU’s Tisch Graduate Acting Program.

  • Gabriel Sunday

    Gabriel Sunday as Mathew/Lewis

    Gabriel began his career as a magician/juggler at the age of 10. He appeared in countless stage productions and avidly studied Shakespeare, improv and musical theater. He moved into film production at 16, documenting his time on the road with three of his mentors in on the road with Wavy Gravy, Patch Adams and Ram Dass. This led to work with David Lee Miller, Eric J. Adams and Regenerate in Los Angeles. Sunday was cast as the lead in their feature film, My Suicide. He co-edited, co-produced and co-wrote the film, which won over 20 best picture awards at festivals including the Crystal Bear at the Berlin Film Festival. During the four-year process of My Suicide, Sunday appeared in various TV shows and recently in films Year One and Taking Woodstock. For his next project, Sunday is starring in the upcoming feature film about the life of schizophrenic musician/artist Daniel Johnston, where he will play the role of a young Daniel.