With an almost unprecedented track record as a versatile stage, screen and television actor, Sam Waterston is one of the entertainment industries most respected leading men. With a recurring role on NBC TV's Emmy Award-winning series Law & Order, Waterston's talents have earned him a host of awards including an Academy Award nomination for The Killing Fields, two Emmy Award nominations and a Golden Globe Award for the NBC series I'll Fly Away.

Among his other credits are featured roles in Broadway and off-Broadway productions of A Doll's House, his Drama Desk and Obie Award-winning performance as Benedict in Much Ado About Nothing on stage and television, and New York Shakespeare Festival roles in As You Like It, Measure For Measure, and Hamlet. Film credits include two Golden Globe nominations for The Great Gatsby, Heaven's Gate, Hopscotch, Serial Mom, Hannah and Her Sisters, and Crimes And Misdemeanors.

Dane Marc Button is a 1992 graduate of Keene State College, having received the Bachelor of Arts degree in Acting and directing. A member of the San Diego Actor's Alliance, his stage credits include Pastor in 2000 Questions, Oberon in A Midsummer Night's Dream, Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing, King Arthur and Edward III in The Royal Word, and Angelo in Measure for Measure.

He has trained in various forms of theatre including Shakespearean, interactive, as well as acting for film. He is certified in stage combat and has mastered various dialects. Dane received the Irene Ryan Acting Award at the American College Theatre Festival. He currently resides in San Diego where he is pursuing his acting career.
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