#LotS Cast & Crew


Bridget Regan

Bridget Regan is a film, television and stage actress originally from Carlsbad, California. Her film credits include the upcoming “The Best and the Brightest” staring Neal Patrick Harris and Amy Sedaris, “Sex and the City: The Movie,” “The Babysitters” and “Binders.” She played reccurring roles in “Six Degrees,” “The Black Donnelley’s,” “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,” and had guest appearances on “New Amsterdam” and “Love Monkey.” From December 2007 through March 2008, she originated the role of Cecile Leroux on Broadway in the comedy “Is He Dead?” written by Mark Twain, adapted by David Ives and directed by Michael Blakemore. She is a graduate of the North Carolina School of the Arts.
Bridget presently lives in Auckland, New Zealand where she is shooting the second season of “Legend of the Seeker,” the epic action adventure fantasy television series. “Legend of the Seeker” is produced by ABC Studios, Sam Raimi, Rob Tapert, Joshua Donen, Ned Nalle and Kenneth Biller.
This is her first venture in producing. Her other current projects include two independent feature films “This Must Be The Place” and “Rua Taniwha” both to be shot in New Zealand.

Kahlan Amnell
Kahlan – the Mother Confessor and, in contrast to the novels on which the show is based, she is not the last living Confessor, at least until partway into the second season. As a Confessor, she has the power to magnify the love a person has within them for her, allowing her to control the person. This power allows her to serve the people of the Midlands, who respect and fear her. Her mother is deceased and she meets her father later in the series after many years of being estranged. Her sister appeared to have been killed at the beginning of the first episode in the series, but later we learn she has indeed survived, and will give birth to a male confessor. In Kahlan's quest to defeat Rahl, her role is to protect the Seeker with her life. She develops a deep love for Richard, which is torment for them both since her Confessor's powers would be inadvertently unleashed in a moment of intimacy, making it impossible for Richard and Kahlan to act on their feelings for each other. Executive producer Robert Tapert describes Kahlan as "a female action hero for 2009… she's perhaps more feminine at the same time as being as ruthless as Xena was.


CAMP WANATACHI is going Off-Broadway!
We are thrilled about our upcoming run at La MaMa Experimental Theater Club in January. Honored with over thirty Obie Awards and dozens of Drama Desk and Villager Awards, La MaMa has an incredible roster of theater, movie and multi-media luminaries for whom La MaMa was an early artistic home. In fact, Blue Man Group, co-founded by our producer Ian Pai, began at La MaMa ETC!

CAMP WANATACHI is Produced by  
Bridget Regan & Ian Pai

Spirit-soaked and hormone-charged, CAMP WANATACHI is a hilarious and provocative new electro-musical where sex is discovered and unexpected love found at an all-girls Christian summer camp.

Produced by Ian Pai (co-founder of Blue Man Group, music director of Fischerspooner), and Bridget Regan (star of Disney-ABC’s Legend of the Seeker), CAMP WANATACHI follows the story of 13 year-old Jana—an impetuous, pubescent, born-again Christian. This summer, Jana’s world is turned upside down when her friendship with Titi O’Malley—a promiscuous, bulimic beauty— challenges her faith and forces her to wrestle with desires she’d rather leave under the covers. Under an idyllic sky and fueled by roasted marshmallows, a cast of eccentric campers and counselors struggle to understand what love truly means.

Written and composed by Natalie Weiss (of Unicornicopia), and featuring electronic music by glitch-hop pioneer Travis Stewart, aka Machinedrum,CAMP WANATACHI packs an unexpected punch, providing a score never-before-heard in musical theater. With a shockingly funny book co-written by Weiss and Bekah Brunstetter (OORAH!, Atlantic Theater Company),CAMP WANATACHI is side-splittingly sincere.

Directed by Matt Cowart (Sondheim: the birthday concert with the New York Philharmonic), this new musical “defies all expectations of both coming-of-age tails and musicals. The result is refreshing and uplifting.” (TimeOut New York).


Craig Horner 

Craig Horner (born January 24, 1983) is an Australian actor who first appeared in the Australian television program Cybergirl. He is best known for his role as Richard Cypher on the television series Legend of the Seeker.

Horner also portrayed Garry Miller on the series Blue Water High and Ash Dove in the series H2O: Just Add Water.He currently stars as Richard Cypher in Legend of the Seeker, the syndicated television adaption of Terry Goodkind's Sword of Truth series of books.
Horner discovered a love for acting after appearing in school productions of A Midsummer Night's DreamThe Maids. In addition to performing, Horner's other creative talents include playing the guitar and writing music. An avid outdoorsman, Horner enjoys playing soccer, volleyball, tennis, swimming, skiing, snowboarding and kayaking. and
Craig went to St Peters Lutheran College in Indooroopilly, Brisbane, Australia. After graduating, he went on to pursue acting. Horner has appeared in various TV programs since 2001: as Jackson in "Cybergirl"; as Jesse Spencer's brother in "Swimming Upstream;" as a reporter on "Totally Wild," and starred as Caleb in US' "Monarch Cove." In 2008, Horner joined the cast of the Australian Children's Drama TV Series, Blue Water High, portraying surfer Garry Miller.

Richard – Raised under the name of Richard Cypher, he starts out in the series as a young woods guide living in Hartland, a town in Westland and a place where no magic exists. Richard is the adopted son of George Cypher and brother of Michael Cypher, but he does not know who his real parents are or that Zedd is his grandfather. He discovers that he is the first true Seeker in a thousand years - "a hero who arises in the times of trouble and suffering and seeks out evil".[9] Although Richard is reluctant to be the Seeker, he is earnest in fulfilling his role as he is the person prophesied to defeat Darken Rahl. Along the way he becomes closer to Kahlan and falls in love with her. Craig Horner explains Richard's character as someone who is "what you see is what you get" and is "so truthful", adding that "the only thing he's been taught to reserve his whole life is his anger, and he can release that once he starts to get hold of this Sword of Truth.

Release Date: 28 September 2010 (USA)
Genre: Short

Cast  (Credited cast)

Mark Beesley    ...     Himself
Kenneth Biller    ...     Himself (as Ken Biller)
Donald Duncan    ...     Himself
Robert Gillies    ...     Himself
Craig Horner    ...     Himself
George Port    ...     Himself
David Roessell    ...     Himself
Stephen Tolkin    ...     Himself

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Tabrett Bethell 

Tabrett Bethell is an Australian film, television and theater actress, best known for portraying the character Cara in the television series Legend of the Seeker. Prior to her acting career, she worked as a fashion model and as a cheerleader for the National Rugby League (NRL) Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks

Bethell trained at Screenwise completing the 12 Month Intensive program in December 2007.In February 2007, Tabrett Bethell modeled Neill Grigg race day fascinator modeled after the Harbour Bridge, for a cover image used by The Daily Telegraph.[4] In 2009, Tabrett began filming Legend of the Seeker, a television show based on Terry Goodkind's Sword of Truth series. She portrays a Mord-SithCara who first appears at the end of the first season before becoming a regular in season 2. Besides starring as Amy in Anyone You Want, a film which was directed by Campbell Graham, Bethell also plays the role of Chris in Strangers Lovers Killers. Aside from that, she plays the character Beth in the upcoming Australian thriller The Clinic which is set for release in 2010. It is directed by James Rabbitts and was shot in Deniliquin NSW, Australia. named

Bethell is named after a street in Sydney, Tabrett Street, something that resulted when her parents disagreed on what to name her while still at the hospital (her mother wanted "Siobhan," and her father wanted "Murray"). Her father went for a drive, saw the name of the street, and returned to the hospital to suggest it to her mother, who said, "Yes, that's it!"
While filming Legend of the Seeker, Bethell became close friends with co-star Bridget Regan.

Cara – a Mord'Sith who first appears in the Season 1 finale and is sent into the future along with Richard. Cara became part of the main cast in Season 2. Cara is one of the feared order of women known as Mord-Sith. When Mistress Denna failed to train Richard, Cara was personally recruited by the evil ruler Darken Rahl to eliminate the Seeker once and for all. But instead of fulfilling her mission, Cara was forced to work with Richard to save herself, which ultimately led to the Seeker fulfilling the prophecy, killing Rahl and ending his reign of tyranny. From the Underworld, Darken Rahl commands the Mord'Sith to dispose of Cara for her role in his demise. They beat her and leave her for dead, after which Richard helps Cara. Deserted by her people and sworn to protect Richard, the heir to the title Lord Rahl, Cara joins the Seeker and a wary Kahlan and Zedd on their new quest. Richard trusts Cara, and believes her unique abilities could prove invaluable in finding the Stone of Tears and defeating the Keeper of the Underworld.

Release Date: 28 September 2010 (USA)
Genre: Short 
Cast (Credited cast)

Mark Beesley ... Himself
Tabrett Bethell ... Herself
Kenneth Biller ... Himself (as Ken Biller)
Jane Holland ... Herself
Steve McQuillan ... Himself
Stephen Tolkin ... Himself

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Runtime: USA:9 min
Country: USA
Language: English
Color: Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.78 : 1 See more »
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Watch this Face: Tabrett Bethell

In this new series, we highlight some of our industry's bright stars on the rise.

Tabrett Bethell recently won the Best Actress Award at the Manhattan Film Festival for her role in Campbell Graham's Sydney-set romantic drama Anyone You Want - a film which also won the Indie Spirit Best Storyline Award at the Boston International Film Festival 2010.

Bethell also stars in James Rabbitts' Aussie thrillerThe Clinic, which premiered at MIFF this year, and is currently appearing on Fox8 as lead character 'Cara' in the popular US Disney fantasy series Legend of the Seeker.


Bruce Spence (born September 17, 1945 in Auckland, New Zealand) is an actor, having spent most of his career performing in Australia. Bruce attended Henderson High School in West Auckland.
Spence is most known for his roles as the Gyro Captain in Mad Max 2 and as Jedediah the pilot in Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome, and as "Zedd" (Zeddicus Zu'l Zorander) in Legend of the Seeker.

At 1.99 m (6 ft 6 12 in), Spence is one of the tallest actors to have played a leading role.
He acted as the paleontologist (Huxley) alongside fellow actor Felix Nobis, in the Australian performance of BBC's Walking with Dinosaurs: The Live Experience. In his role, Spence narrates the activities of life-sized mechanical dinosaurs operated by teams of puppeteers and drivers.
In 2008, Spence joined the television series Legend of the Seeker, based on the Sword of TruthTerry Goodkind, in the role of Zeddicus Zu'l Zorander, co-starring Craig Horner and Bridget Regan. In November 2009 it began its second 22-episode season (2009–10).

Zeddicus Zu'l Zorander
Zeddicus "Zedd" Zu'l Zorander – a wizard of the first order who the people of Hartland believe to be a crazy old man, and Richard's grandfather. Heeding the prophecy concerning Richard, Zedd brought him into Westland after his birth to protect him from Darken Rahl and gave him to George Cypher to raise. After Richard accepts the name of the Seeker, Zedd becomes his mentor and is sworn to protect him with his life. He rarely panics and always looks ahead to what has to be done.


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