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‘DAD’S HOME’ CAST BIOS DAVID JAMES ELLIOTT (Ben Westman) – Known for being the star of the hit legal series “JAG,” David James Elliott continues to be...

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‘DAD’S HOME’ CAST BIOS DAVID JAMES ELLIOTT (Ben Westman) – Known for being the star of the hit legal series “JAG,” David James Elliott continues to be a versatile actor in both television and film. He appeared in the ABC miniseries “The Storm,” opposite Treat Williams and Teri Polo, and finished two feature films, “Rainbow Tribe” and “Gooby” last year. Before that, Elliott played a lead role in “Knights of Bloodsteel,” a miniseries that aired on SyFy in 2009. Other recent credits include the lead role of Alex Kinter in the miniseries “Impact!” for NBC and Jerry Bruckheimer’s hit CBS series “Close to Home.” This summer Elliott will star opposite Virginia Madsen in the ABC series “Scoundrels,” about a family of small town criminals whose mother decides it’s time the family should go straight when their father is sentenced to a long prison term. On “JAG,” Elliott captivated audiences for 10 years as navy lawyer Lt. Harmon Rabb, for which he won the 2000 TV Guide Award for Favorite Actor in a Dramatic Series, and was nominated by TV Guide for Actor of the Year in a Dramatic Series in 2001. Elliott, the second of three sons, was born in Toronto. After encouragement from a teacher in high school, he auditioned at one of the most prestigious acting schools in Canada, Ryerson Polytechnic Institute in Toronto. Soon after, Elliott caught the attention of the producers of the Canadian television show “Street Legal.” The producers took a chance on the untried actor, giving him the role of Nick Del Gado, an attractive love interest for the lead female lawyer. The show was a breakout hit and made Elliott a household name in Canada. Upon his success, Elliott moved to Los Angeles and immediately began doing guest appearances on various television series including “China Beach,” “Seinfeld,” “The Hidden Room,” “Doogie Howser, M.D.” and “Dark Justice.” In 1992, he landed a recurring role as a baseball player in the long-running CBS hit series “Knots Landing,” and later that year starred in the syndicated series “The Untouchables.” Elliott also had a recurring guest role on the hit series “Melrose Place.” Elliott went on to portray film roles in “Clockwatchers” with Parker Posey and Lisa Kudrow, and “The Shrink Is In” with Courtney Cox and David Arquette. He produced and starred in the made-for-TV movie “Dodson’s Journey,” the first project for his production company, Firefly Productions. Off camera, he directed two “JAG” episodes, and also wrote an episode of the show. He has no less than three theatrical films coming out in 2010, including the thriller “Bed and Breakfast, and the family comedy “The Rainbow Tribe.” Elliott married his “JAG” co-star Nanci Chambers in 1993, and they have two children. He also loves to go running and has competed in many marathons, and triathlons. Elliott recently competed in the Ford Ironman World Championships in Hawaii. ### (more)

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SHARON CASE (Hope Jensen) – Emmy® Award winning actress Sharon Case joined the cast of the No. 1 rated daytime drama series, “The Young and the Restless,” in 1994 as Sharon Abbott, and hasn’t looked back since. No stranger to daytime, Case, a Detroit native, previously starred on the daytime drama series “As the World Turns” and “General Hospital,” before landing her most highly regarded daytime role. In 1999, Case was the recipient of an Emmy Award in the category of Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Daytime Drama Series. Case also received Emmy nominations in 1996, 1997 and 2004 as Outstanding Younger Leading Actress. In 1998, Case was the recipient of a Soap Digest Award as The Hottest Female In A Daytime Drama Series. Case’s primetime television series credits include starring roles in the HBO film “Silicone Wars” with David Schwimmer and “The Valley Of The Dolls.” She also guest starred in several TV series, including “Cheers,” “Beverly Hills, 90210,” “Silk Stalkings,” “Parker Lewis Can’t Lose” and “Doogie Howser, M.D.” In 2007, Case starred in the critically acclaimed short film “Repressions,” which toured the country at various festivals. She previously starred in the short film “Wentworth,” which debuted in various film festivals throughout the United States with high praise. Case had supporting roles in the feature films “Diplomatic Immunity” and “Carpool Guy,” a comedy starring, written, produced and directed by Corbin Bernsen, which was released on DVD in October of 2005. Case resides in Southern California. ### MADISON DAVENPORT (Lindsay Westman) – Thirteen-year-old actress Madison Davenport is a Texas native who has been acting since the age of nine. She secured her first onscreen roles with guest appearances on the hit dramas “Numb3rs,” “CSI: NY,” “ER,” “Heroes” and “Bones.” Davenport has an impressive career in voice work, doing voiceover parts in the feature films “Little Miss Sunshine,” “Elizabethtown” and “Over the Hedge,” an animated Dreamworks film starring Bruce Willis and Steve Carrell. In 2008, the young actress earned a lead role in “Kit Kittredge: An American Girl,” in which she played the lead character’s best friend, Ruthie Smithens. For that role, she shares a Young Artist Award with her castmates for the category of Best Performance in a Feature Film, Young Ensemble Cast. Davenport’s other feature film credits include “Harmony Parker,” “Parasomnia,” “Humboldt County,” “The Sitter” and “Jack & The Beanstalk.” (more)

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Most recently, Davenport starred in “The Attic Door,” as Caroline, a young girl living alone with her brother in the 19th century American West. ### WILL SHADLEY (Dylan Westman) – Young actor Will Shadley is already starting to make a name for himself in voiceover roles, films, and television. Shadley got his start doing commercials and theatre, starring in the Orlando Theatre Project’s production of A Christmas Carol as Tiny Tim. Since then, Shadley has gone on to act in the feature films “RoboDoc” and “Opposite Day.” Most recently, Shadley did voiceover work for the film “Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs,” and has also done voice work in the Cartoon Network’s “Chowder,” Nickelodeon’s “Avatar” and “Kung Fu Panda: The Secrets of the Furious Five.” In recently, Shadley had a lead role in the Jackie Chan movie “The Spy Next Door.” Shadley is most known for his recurring role in ABC’s “Dirty Sexy Money.” Shadley played Brian Darling Jr., the illegitimate son of an Episcopalian priest, a part for which he was nominated for a Young Artist Award in 2008. In his free time, Shadley plays basketball, tennis, baseball and tournament chess. --HALLMARK CHANNEL--