Sarah Michelle Gellar as Siobhan Martin and Bridget Kelly
In The CW's new drama, "Ringer," Sarah Michelle Gellar plays a double role, starring as beautiful twin sisters Bridget Kelly and Siobhan Martin. Bridget is six months sober and has been trying to turn her life around, only to become the key witness in a murder trial. Siobhan lives what appears to be a fairy tale life - a life where no one knows that Bridget exists ― living in New York and married to the wealthy, handsome Andrew Martin (Ioan Gruffudd). It all changes when Siobhan mysteriously disappears and Bridget makes the split decision to take on her sister's identity. Gellar also serves as a co-executive producer on the show.
Gellar is best known for her iconic role as Buffy Summers in "Buffy the Vampire Slayer." She wrapped her seventh and final season of the critically acclaimed drama in May of 2003. Gellar also originated the role of Kendall Hart on ABC's daytime soap opera "All My Children," which earned her a Daytime Emmy Award in 1995 for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series.
Gellar's acting career has included several notable film roles including "Cruel Intentions," "Scream 2," "I Know What You Did Last Summer" opposite husband Freddie Prinze, Jr. and the blockbuster hit "The Grudge." No stranger to the world of voice over, Gellar has lent her voice in Liongate's "Happily N'Ever After," opposite Sigourney Weaver and Freddie Prinze, Jr, and can be heard as the voice of April O'Neil in Warner Brothers' "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles."
Born in New York City, Gellar currently lives in Los Angeles, California, with her husband and daughter.
Kristoffer Polaha as Henry Butler
In The CW's new drama, "Ringer," Kristoffer Polaha plays Henry Butler, a struggling writer who is frustrated with his career and his marriage. To complicate matters, Henry is having an affair with his wife Gemma's (Tara Summers) best friend, Siobhan Martin (Sarah Michelle Gellar).
Born in Reno, Nevada, Polaha is the fourth of four boys belonging to Jerome and Esther Polaha. While studying at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, he received rave reviews in the New York Times for his role as John Brown in Eugene O'Neill's "Bread and Butter."
His television credits include starring as Nate "Baze" Bazile in The CW's critically acclaimed drama "Life Unexpected." He also portrayed John F. Kennedy, Jr. in the TBS movie "America's Prince" and has starred on the series "North Shore" and "Miss Guided" and guest starred on "Mad Men," "Bones," "House" and "CSI: Miami," among others. Polaha also recently reprised his role as Carlton Hanson on "Mad Men."
Polaha lives in Los Angeles, California, with his wife, Julianne, and their three sons.
Ioan Gruffudd as Andrew Martin
In The CW's new drama, "Ringer," Ioan Gruffudd plays Andrew Martin, a self-made millionaire, whose marriage to wife Siobhan (Sarah Michelle Gellar) is crumbling while he is struggling to balance his work life and keep his daughter from a previous marriage out of trouble.
In film, Gruffudd recently starred in the James Cameron production "Sanctum," and "Horrible Bosses," with Jennifer Aniston, Kevin Spacey and Jason Bateman. Gruffudd also portrayed Reed Richards in "Fantastic Four" and "Fantastic Four 2," with Jessica Alba, Chris Evans and Michael Chiklis. He also portrayed Tony Blair in "W," directed by Oliver Stone and starred as Lancelot in "King Arthur," alongside Clive Owen and Keira Knightley. Gruffudd also appeared in the critically acclaimed film "The TV Set," directed by Jake Kasdan.
Other past film credits include "Fireflies In The Garden," "The Secret of Moonacre," "The Gathering," "Amazing Grace," alongside Albert Finney, "102 Dalmatians," with Glenn Close, "Black Hawk Down" and "Titanic."
Television credits include Horatio Hornblower in the "Hornblower" television movie series and the BBC productions "Warriors" and "Great Expectations."
Gruffudd attended the Royal Academy Of Dramatic Arts from 1992 to 1995, and was then cast as the lead in the popular British television series "Poldark."
Born in South Wales, Gruffudd currently lives in Los Angeles, California, with his wife and daughter.
Nestor Carbonell as Agent Victor Machado
In The CW's new drama, "Ringer," Nestor Carbonell plays FBI agent Victor Machado, whose key witness, Bridget Kelly (Sarah Michelle Gellar), has disappeared before she was set to testify in a trial that would send a mob boss to prison.
Carbonell recently reprised his role as Mayor Anthony Garcia in the highly anticipated film "The Dark Knight Rises," and also was recently seen in Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight", opposite Christian Bale. Carbonell's additional feature credits include "Smokin Aces," opposite Ray Liotta and Ryan Reynolds, Andy Garcia's "The Lost City," "The Laramie Project" and the title role in "Jack the Dog."
Carbonell is most often recognized for his integral role in the acclaimed series "Lost," as the iconic Richard Alpert. His additional television credits include "Cane," "House," "Scrubs," "Monk" and "Suddenly Susan," for which he earned two ALMA Awards for Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series.
Carbonell was born in New York City and raised in numerous locales including Mexico, Venezuela, Florida, Connecticut, the Bahamas and London. Carbonell graduated from Harvard University with a degree in English. He currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife and their two sons, Rafael and Marco.
Mike Colter as Malcolm Ward
In The CW's new drama, "Ringer," Mike Colter plays Malcolm Ward, a recovering addict, who is Bridget Kelly's (Sarah Michelle Gellar) Narcotics Anonymous sponsor and support system.
In film, Colter recently completed production on "Men in Black III," with Will Smith, Josh Brolin, and Tommy Lee Jones. Other past film credits include "Million Dollar Baby," with Hilary Swank, "Salt," with Angelina Jolie, and "And Then Came Love," alongside Vanessa Williams.
Colter's television credits include the reoccurring role as the ruthless and cunning drug kingpin Lemond Bishop from the Emmy nominated series "The Good Wife." He has also guest starred on "Law & Order SVU," "Law & Order Criminal Intent," "Royal Pains" and "Blue Bloods."
Colter's theater credits include Adam Bock's "The Drunken City" at Playwrights Horizon and as CJ Memphis in Second Stage's revival of the Pulitzer Prize winning "A Soldiers Play."
Born in Columbia, South Carolina, and residing in New York City, Colter is currently living in Los Angeles, California with his wife, Iva.
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