Clive Robertson (Damon Archer)
Darkstar, Starhunter, Sunset Beach
As the son of an RAF fighter pilot, Clive Robertson spent much of his younger life abroad, living in such places as Singapore, Cyprus, and The Netherlands with his family. He was sent back to England at the age of eight to get an education, and was a boarder at prestigious Marlborough College. After leaving there, he attended the Oxford School of Business, where he gained a degree in business and management, before starting a career in marketing. After a few years, although successful in his career, Robertson felt unfulfilled and decided to quit his job and enroll in drama school. After attending a one-year course at London Drama School Arts Educational , he launched his professional acting career in the lead role of Alan Turing, a mathematician, in the play "Breaking the Code." He appeared in many well-received stage plays and made several TV appearances over the next few years before deciding to try his luck in Hollywood in 1996.
By the end of the three-week vacation he took there to investigate moving permanently, he had landed the lead role of Ben Evans in Aaron Spelling's new daytime drama "Sunset Beach." Robertson played the brooding mysterious Brit for three years, also appearing as his character's evil identical twin, Derek, a role for which he won much critical acclaim. After the cancellation of the show in December 1999, Robertson moved behind the camera, building a successful career as a writer and producer.
He made his return to TV in 2003, playing interplanetary bounty hunter Travis Montana in one season of the Canadian sci-fi series "Starhunter." He also appeared in the soap opera "General Hospital" in a recurring role, and worked alongside Julia Roberts, lending his voice to the animated movie "The Ant Bully." Additionally, Robertson has also acted in several computer games and played the lead role in the game Darkstar, which included a lot of live-action footage of him. Robertson stars as Theodore Crawford in the MyNetworkTV telenovela, "Wicked Wicked Games," which premiered on December 6, 2006.
Robertson is married, lives in Los Angeles and has two children from a previous marriage. He designs and builds houses when he is not acting.
Simona Fusco (Monica)
American Fork, Cougar Club, American Summer
Born in Milan, Italy, Simona Fusco grew up in both Italy and Vienna, Austria. At the age of 14, she moved to the United States where her first "Hollywood moment" happened when director Oliver Stone approached her to play the title role in LOLITA -- which her mother refused to let her do because of the subject matter. Famed columnist James Bacon described this talented beauty as "the most spectacular looking blonde since Marilyn Monroe!" Being one of the select few to have interviewed the legendary actress, he should know! You may recognize Simona as "Ulsa" from the Warner Bros hit comedy "Beerfest," as well as from USA's new movie "American Fork" starring William Baldwin.
She also co-stars in the newly released MGM film "American Summer" opposite Matthew Lillard, Efren Ramirez and Tom Arnold. She will co-star in the upcoming Dimension Film "Parental Guidance Suggested: The Boys and Girls Guide to Getting Down" as well as in "Cougar Club," starring Joe Mantegna, Faye Dunaway, and Carrie Fisher.
Besides the big screen, Simona has also guest-starred in such hit TV shows as CBS's "Shark" opposite James Woods as well as in HBO's "Entourage" opposite Jeremy Piven and Kevin Dillon. She has also been involved in the campaigns for such popular brands as Swimsuit Illustrated, Coca-Cola, Bacardi, Miller Lite, Guess!, Marciano and Fendi for Vogue magazine, and graced the covers of countless other magazines worldwide.
Simona is a force of nature, conquering film, television, corporate campaigns and whatever else she sets her sights on. Simona was discovered and is now managed by the legendary starmaker Jay Bernstein.
Nikki Ziering (Casey)
The Price Is Right, American Wedding, Austin Powers: Goldmember.
A Southern California native with the classic "California Girl" look, it was only a matter of time before Nikki Ziering made a name for herself in Hollywood. Shortly after deciding to embark on a modeling career, she appeared both inside and on the covers of numerous swimsuit and fashion catalogs and obtained work as a spokesmodel for high profile companies such as Makita, Lange ski boots, 24-hour Fitness, Budweiser and Korbell. Nikki has also graced the covers of Playboy (twice, once as the Celebrity Pictorial in July 2003), FHM, Controversy, Stun and Muscle & Fitness, along with several international publications.
Nikki's first big break was a three-year stint as one of "Barker's Beauties" on CBS' "The Price Is Right." Catching the celebrity reality TV wave, she appeared on two weeks of primetime broadcasts from the Australian rainforest on "I'm a Celebrity - Get Me Out of Here" and served as "one of the few, the proud and the brave" who shipped off to Fox's Celebrity Boot Camp. On her way to becoming an international sensation, Nikki co-hosted "The Grill," a pop culture/entertainment show in the U.K. on Channel 4.
Nikki currently has two projects in development - a reality show called "Passing the Bar" about the world of nightclubs and an unscripted project based on her own life. Her most recent film projects include "National Lampoon's Gold Diggers," "Standing Still" (with Ethan Embry, James Van Der Beek and Adam Garcia) and the Indies "Max Havoc," "Rings of Fire" and "4-Bidden." Nikki's other film roles include the role of "Officer Krystal" in Universal's "American Wedding," "American Pie 3," "Serving Sarah," (with Matthew Perry and Elizabeth Hurley), and that of an evil henchwoman opposite Michael Caine in "Austin Powers: Goldmember."
In a unique twist, the movie depicts how art imitates life rather than the other way around. "Las Vegas Crazy Girls Undercover" is loosely based on Aleman's life. The native of Morocco, who grew up in Paris, was at one time a paratrooper with the French Foreign Legion and later a mercenary. His father was killed in the Yom Kippur War and his sister was brutally murdered at the hands of terrorists who set the family's Algiers farm on fire during the revolution. Those terrible realities serve as the basis of the plot
for the movie that Aleman devised
From seductive strangers to gun-toting terrorists to screaming car chases, Crazy Girls Undercover is a crazy thrill ride pumping out unexpected plot twists and exposing deadly secrets - none of which is more shocking than the long-buried past of its protagonist, Damon Archer.Buy The DVD
|Video/DVD:||May 26, 2009|
|Rating:||R for nudity, some strong sexuality, violence|
|Studio:||Monarch Home Video|