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MEDALION RAHIMI (Yasmeen al-Hamadi) Medalion Rahimi was born in Los Angeles, California as a first-generation Iranian-American. After graduating from Campbell Hall high school, she attended UCLA's School of Theatre, Film and TV with a minor in English. While at university, she appeared in productions including Medea: in the Noh Cycle and Georgie Peorgie. While still in school, she booked her first television role, which lead to other guest roles on shows like “NCIS: The Admiral's Daughter” (2014), and “New Girl: The Last Wedding” (2014), and as Princess Zara Al-Salim on ABC's "The Catch" (2016). You may know her for playing Elody in "Before I Fall" (2017) and Princess Isabella in ABC and Shondaland's "Still Star-Crossed" (2017). Medalion is also a political activist advocating for human rights with organizations such as the ACLU, Amnesty International, and Planned Parenthood.
JEFF MARLOW (Dr. Guy Royston) Jeff's recent theatre credits include Henry IV with Tom Hanks at the Shakespeare Center of LA; Junk, Hollywood, Sideways and Glengarry Glen Ross at the La Jolla Playhouse; Hamlet, All the Way, Yoga Play and Nothing Sacred at South Coast Repertory; and The Missing Pages of Lewis Carroll and Medea at the Theatre @ Boston Court. TV and film credits include “Reverie,” “Criminal Minds,” “The Mick,” “Pure Genius,” “The Player,” “Dr. Ken,” “Silicon Valley,” “Angie Tribeca,” “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” “Grey's Anatomy,” “Akeelah and the Bee” and “The Hebrew Hammer.” As a member of the sketch comedy troupe the Reduced Shakespeare Company, Jeff has toured the U.S., Europe and Asia in The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged), The Complete History of America (abridged) and Completely Hollywood (abridged). Jeff is a founding board member of Shakespeare's Birthplace America, the U.S. arm of Stratford-upon-Avon’s Shakespeare Birthplace Trust.
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