Julie has starred in films including Super Fuzz with Ernest Borgnine and If Ever I See You Again. Soap Operas including All My Children, Search for Tomorrow and Edge of Night. Julie was also a Ford Model and appeared in numerous commercials and print campaigns for such clients as Breck Shampoo, Noxzema Skin Care, Loves Cosmetics, Vaseline Intensive Care, Clairol Shampoo, Gitano Jeans, Salem, Kraft, Sony, Seventeen magazine and Italian Vogue.
Hard work and success seem to come naturally to Karin who got an early start. A Florida native, she found herself at the age of 14 modeling in Paris, where she worked for Karl Lagerfeld and many other fashion houses. She also was seen in many magazines and covers. Always ambitious she sought training as an actress. Her lengthy acting credits include feature films "Lost Everything", "Couples" and appearances on CSI Miami and Burn Notice.
Kimi is a classically trained singer, currently one of Deana Martin's (daughter of Dean Martin) backups...known as Deana's Divas traveling with her across the country. Kimi also sings in a rock band as well as in an acoustic duo.
Lauren Mayhew caught the acting bug at a young age and immediately began to thrive. Her dedication to her craft is commendable, and her talent has prompted networks production companies, and studios to pay attention.
Lauren landed her first series regular role on PBS’s, “The Reppies,” and her second on the CBS soap, “Guiding Light.” Additional TV credits include: “Law and Order” (NBC), “Joan of Arcadia” (CBS), “Dexter” (Showtime), “CSI” (CBS), and “Medical Investigation” (NBC) – just to name a few. Lauren’s most recent roles have been in FOX’s new hit show “9-1-1” and Netflix’s standout, “The Politician,” with Gwyneth Paltrow. This past year since moving to NYC, Mayhew also just nabbed a Series Regular lead on Dreamworks/Netflix show, “Trollstopia.”
She is also a successful Singer (previously signed to Epic Sony). She is a veteran performer (singer/dancer), and has opened for Britney Spears, Destiny's Child, and even Aerosmith at the Super Bowl.
Hosting Credits include: "Access Hollywood" (NBC), "Reel Access" (Teen Nick), Election Spoofs w/ Nick Cannon (FOX).