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James "Ghost" St. Patrick

played by Omari Hardwick

James "Ghost" St. Patrick

played by Omari Hardwick
Character Bio Actor Bio

The brilliant and debonair owner of Truth nightclub, Ghost is also one of the largest drug distributors in New York City. Along with his best friend Tommy, he created his drug empire from nothing, and while the club is a front to wash money, it’s also much more to Ghost: it’s his way out of the drug game and into a legitimate business. Truth holds the key to the life he desires and the status he believes he deserves. Ghost gets what he wants, but is a legit life the one thing out of his reach?

Omari Hardwick has made a name for himself in the entertainment industry with his passion, dedication, and undeniable, natural talent. Hardwick's TV credits include “Verses and Flow” as well as BET’s award-winning series “Being Mary Jane.” His film credits include Kick-Ass, The Guardian, Beauty Shop, Gridiron and The A-Team. Most recently, Omari can be seen as the lead of the new STARZ series “Power.”

Born Omari Latif Hardwick, Omari grew up in Decatur, Georgia. By the age of 14, Hardwick was writing poetry on a regular basis, a passion he would carry with him into adulthood. In high school, he excelled at basketball, baseball, and football, and went on to play football at the University of Georgia. Although a star on the field, Hardwick never gave up his passion for acting, and minored in theatre in college. After graduation, Hardwick relocated to San Diego for a spot on the San Diego Chargers (NFL) however a knee injury cut his football career short. He then decided to revisit his original passion for acting, and moved to New York to study his craft more extensively. He moved to Los Angeles in 2000, and had his first big break in 2003, when he was cast in his first major role as a series regular in Spike Lee's “Sucker Free City.”

In addition to acting, Hardwick is a founding member of Plan B Inc. Theater Group, and a co-founder of Los Angeles Actor's Lounge. He has big plans for his production company, Bravelife, in 2010 as well, and plans on expanding the company. Hardwick also continues to work on his poetry, and has written over 4,000 poems.

Angela Valdes

played by Lela Loren

Angela Valdes

played by Lela Loren
Character Bio Actor Bio

Angela is driven by her career and a desire to live the life she believes she should want. She grew up with Ghost in a rough neighborhood, and she managed to escape using her intellect, ambition, and determination - but she never truly left her childhood behind. Just as she’s assigned the biggest task of her career and on the cusp of achieving everything she’s worked for, Angela has a chance encounter with Ghost – or as she knows him, "Jamie" – her past love.

Lela Loren has impressed audiences through her work in film, television, theatre and even the digital space. She continues to show her outstanding range and grace in a variety of projects.

Loren will next be seen in FOX’s “Gang Related” alongside Terry O’Quinn, Jay Hernandez and Ramon Rodriguez where she plays Silvia, caught in a love triangle with the two leads. Last year, she gave a standout performance in the thrilling Summit Entertainment film Snitch where she co-starred alongside Jon Bernthal and Dwayne Johnson. She also appeared in a lead role in the Lifetime television movie “Stalkers” opposite Drea De Matteo and Mena Suvari. The film is based on the true story of the prosecutor who authored the stalking law in California.

Loren has ventured into comedy as well, appearing in Warner Bros.’ The Hangover III, and Sony Pictures’ Reign Over Me opposite Adam Sandler and Don Cheadle. She also starred in the Bryan Singer-produced web series "H+", a joint venture with Warner Bros. Digital Distribution and YouTube. Loren has guest starred on a number of popular television series including: “The Closer,” “Covert Affairs,” “Lost,” “The Mentalist,” “Chuck,” “NCIS,” “The Unit,” “The Shield,” “CSI: NY,” “CSI: Miami,” “Cold Case” and many more.

In 2009, she gave a raved-about, leading performance on stage in Boleros for the Disenchanted written by José Rivera (acclaimed screenwriter of The Motorcycle Diaries). She was hailed as “first among equals” and “a rare find” for her portrayal as Flora.

Lela Loren was born and raised in California. She is multilingual: fluent in English, Spanish, and Italian.

Tasha St. Patrick

played by Naturi Naughton

Tasha St. Patrick

played by Naturi Naughton
Character Bio Actor Bio

Crafty, loving, fierce, and drop-dead gorgeous, Tasha, Ghost’s wife, has been at his side for years, throughout his rise in the drug game. She’s his partner in raising three children and building an empire while providing the home life and stability he wants. In return, she enjoys lavish lifestyle and the illusion of normal domesticity. But as Ghost pursues the club, Tasha begins to realize that her fantasy life may be in jeopardy, and she asserts control over her own family and future.

Naturi Naughton is a singer and actress best known for her performance as "Lil Kim" in Fox Searchlight's hit film Notorious and her role in MGM's remake of the classic film Fame. Naughton has starred in various other projects including Warner Bros.’ Lottery Ticket where she starred opposite Loretta Devine, Ice Cube, Mike Epps, and Bow Wow. On the small screen, Naughton is known for her memorable guest performances on “Mad Men” and “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” and her roles on “The Playboy Club” and “The Client List.” She also appeared on Broadway in the Tony Award winning musical, "Hairspray" for three years.

Before her transition into film and television, Naughton was a member of the Platinum selling pop trio 3LW. She was greatly inspired by Whitney Houston as a child and knew by the age of five that she wanted to be a singer and an actress.

Naughton was born and raised in East Orange, New Jersey and attended Seton Hall University. She believes that her faith, tenacity, and fearlessness will give her longevity and continue her prosperous career.

Tommy Egan

played by Joseph Sikora

Tommy Egan

played by Joseph Sikora
Character Bio Actor Bio

Mercurial, extreme, wounded, and loyal to a fault, Tommy and Ghost grew up together like brothers. They began the drug business together, but for Tommy, it’s not a means to an end – it is the end itself. The money, power, control, and achievement are addictive, as is the bond he has with Ghost and Ghost’s family – a surrogate for the love Tommy never had growing up. Ghost and the business mean everything to Tommy, and he won’t let anything come between him and them.

Joseph Sikora has been establishing himself as an actor who tackles the complexities of both the internal and external life of a character through his ability to speak with any accent and morph into different lives. Just seen in a recurring role on HBO's “True Detective” as gnarly biker, "Ginger," opposite Matthew McConaughey in the now famous 6 minute uncut action shot, in Chris Mcquarrie’s Jack Reacher as a soldier who turns inward becoming a killing machine and in Lionsgate’s Safe as a Russian gangster and nemesis to Jason Statham. Sikora, born in Chicago, studied improv and scored a Joseph Jefferson nomination for one of the many plays he starred in within the prestigious Chicago theatre community. He has appeared on and off Broadway in New York and in addition to winning an L.A. Theatre Ovation Award for the West Coast premiere of Tracy Letts' “Killer Joe” at the Lost Angeles Theatre, he was in Neil LaBute's “Fat Pig” at the acclaimed Geffen Theatre. In television he’s been seen guest starring in over three dozen television programs, including the Martin Scorsese directed pilot episode of “Boardwalk Empire,” “Banshee,” “CSI: NY,” “CSI: Miami,” “Criminal Minds,” “Law and Order: SVU” and “Grey's Anatomy” and starred opposite Jessica Lange and Tom Wilkinson in the highly controversial HBO film Normal. Sikora was also seen in Scorsese's Shutter Island and David Schwimmer's directorial debut Trust opposite Clive Owens. Sikora bases in New York City.

Kanan

played by Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson

Kanan

played by Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson
Character Bio Actor Bio

Ghost’s former boss, Kanan has been in prison for years on a sketchy drug charge. Having taken both Ghost and Tommy under his wing years ago, he serves as a mentor to Ghost and an advisor to his organization, and plans on returning to the game in grand fashion upon his release.

50 Cent, born Curtis James Jackson III, is an American rapper, entrepreneur, investor and actor from Queens, New York. He rose to fame with the release of his 2003 album “Get Rich or Die Tryin',” which has sold more than 8 million copies. The Grammy Award winner has sold more than 30 million albums worldwide and has been awarded numerous accolades including thirteen Billboard Music Awards, six World Music Awards, three American Music Awards and four BET Awards, to name a few. He was ranked as the #1 rap artist and most successful Hot 100 Artist of the 2000s by Billboard Magazine, as well as that decade's sixth-best artist and fourth top male artists of that decade. His fifth studio album, “Animal Ambition,” will be released in summer 2014.

What began as music chart dominance for the rap music phenomenon quickly transformed to success in corporate America as a multi-tiered business mogul to be reckoned with. 50 Cent has also carved out a successful and acclaimed career as an actor, appearing in more than 21 films including "Frozen Ground," with Nicolas Cage and John Cusack, "The Tomb" starring Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger, and he recently wrapped filming on “The Prince” with Bruce Willis and John Cusack. He is currently serving as executive producer and has a reoccurring role on the highly anticipated series "Power," set to air on STARZ in 2014. Recognized as one of the most talented and prolific music artists of his time, 50 Cent has managed to leverage his star power into record breaking brand extensions encompassing a broad spectrum of businesses including artist management, film production, footwear and apparel, fragrance, video games, publishing, headphones and health drinks and supplements.

Holly

played by Lucy Walters

Holly

played by Lucy Walters
Character Bio Actor Bio

Ever-ambitious, Holly is a waitress at Truth, the club Ghost and Tommy own. As she and Tommy develop a charged relationship, she encourages him to seek the kind of power and control she wants as well - priming them both for ascension.

Lucy Walters grew up in Texas, where she trained as a classical violinist from the age of 4. After a taste of the stage singing in the children’s chorus with the Houston Grand Opera, she became interested in musical theater and then straight theater. Lucy attended the University of Texas at Austin, where she double majored in Theater and Dance and a Liberal Arts Honors degree called Plan II with a focus on Economics. She graduated summa cum laude and was awarded the Marcia Gay Harden Theater scholarship.

Lucy Walters then moved to NYC and gained notoriety as the Woman on the Subway in Steve McQueen's film Shame (with Michael Fassbender). Other feature film credits include The Brass Teapot (with Juno Temple; Toronto Film Festival 2012), and the upcoming Growing Up and Other Lies, B-Side, Big Words, Bastards of Young, Lies I Told my Little Sister, and the short comedic two-hander Epilogue. Lucy has appeared on “Bones,” “The Good Wife,” “666 Park Avenue,” “Do No Harm,” “Rizzoli & Isles,” “Smash,” “White Collar,” “Army Wives,” “Blue Bloods,” “Gossip Girl,” and “Lipstick Jungle.”

When not acting or hustling for her next acting job, Lucy finds joy in making music with her friends, writing, and continually self-educating herself. She’s one of 4 siblings--a sister (a teacher) in Harlem, and two brothers still in school in Texas.

Josh Kantos

played by Adam Huss

Josh Kantos

played by Adam Huss
Character Bio Actor Bio

An experienced nightclub manager with all the right lists, contacts, and know-how, he also comes with a sordid history. He was persona non-grata in the club world until Ghost found him and brought him into Truth.

After graduating with a BA in Drama from Binghamton University in NY, studying under Julliard professor Gene Lesser, Adam moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career doing what he loves most: acting in film and television. Before landing the dynamic role of Joshua Kantos on the STARZ show “Power,” which ironically brought him back to his place of origin, NY, Adam guest starred on shows such as “CSI: NY”, "Ironside," “NCIS”, “NCIS: LA”, to name a few. He also can be seen in the independent films Is It Just Me?, Resurrection County, and Wannabe. He recently associate produced and was the star of the feature film Find Me, which debuted at the Hollywood Film Festival. He completed filming on the musical comedy Waiting in the Wings and the action thriller Misirlou in early 2013. He is also a big fan of the theater, and credits his time on stage in well received plays such as the musical “Just In Love” and the Theatricum Botanicum’s production of “Measure of Measure” and the drama “The Women of Lockerbie,” as the reasons for staying sharp and prepared as an actor. In addition to acting, Adam has previously volunteered at Cedars-Sinai Medical center in the children's cancer ward.

Greg Knox

played by Andy Bean

Greg Knox

played by Andy Bean
Character Bio Actor Bio

Greg is a capable and lethal FBI agent who is secretly dating Angela Valdes. Desperate for her approval, he one day hopes to make their relationship public.

Andy Bean grew up in a Carrollton, Texas, where his love of theater originated as a carpenter for his high school's productions. He was catapulted from behind the scenes to center stage when he entered an acting contest with his friends because he heard it would mean a free hotel room, and ended up winning first place.  Andy began his formal training under scholarship at the highly regarded two-year intensive theatre program at Collin College. He went on to attend the prestigious four-year Acting Conservatory at SUNY Purchase in New York, where he graduated with honors. Thereafter, Andy moved to New York City and became a founding member of the Brooklyn based theatre company, Glass Bandits.

On stage, Andy has portrayed numerous complex characters in productions in New York and throughout the country, most notably starring in the role of ‘Jamie Tyrone’ opposite Helen Carey and Peter Michael Goetz in Long Day’s Journey Into Night, under the direction of Robin Phillips, at the nationally acclaimed Arena Stage in Washington DC.

Andy has also starred in a number of independent films including Neptunus Rex and Couchgarden.

Frankie Lavarro

played by Kathrine Narducci

Frankie Lavarro

played by Kathrine Narducci
Character Bio Actor Bio

A tough, sexy, lesbian and Angela's boss and mentor; she sees potential in the hard work she has come to know from Angela.

This summer, Kathrine Narducci will co-star in Clint Eastwood's highly anticipated Jersey Boys for Warner Bros. Playing ‘Mary Rinaldi,’ young Frankie Valli's mother, she worked alongside Christopher Walken and “Boardwalk Empire's” Vincent Piazza. Narducci is best known for playing ‘Charmaine Bucco’ for nine seasons in the award-winning HBO series “The Sopranos” for which she won two Screen Actors Guild® Awards for Best Cast Ensemble.

Narducci started her career in 1993 when she attended an open call for Robert De Niro's directorial debut, A Bronx Tale. She beat out 2,500 actresses to play ‘Rosina Anello,’ Robert De Niro's wife in the film. From there, she studied acting with Susan Batson & Thomas Waites. Narducci then signed with an agent and then landed a role opposite Sir Richard Attenborough in the remake of Miracle On 34th Street. While living in New York, she began booking guest star roles on “Law & Order,” “NYPD Blue,” recurring roles on "Third Watch," and many other television shows. She also co-starred in director, Raymond De Felitta’s Sundance Audience Award winning film, Two Family House opposite James Gandolfini.

In 2011, Narducci moved to Los Angeles where she guest starred on shows "Hung," "Workaholics," "Without a Trace," "Cold Case," and a recurring role on "In Plain Sight." She also starred in indie films such as The Last Gamble, American Cuisine, the comedy Group Sex, Blue and Ink directed by Academy® Award winner Marianne Jean Baptiste. Lastly, Narducci wrote and directed a short film, Dante's World, which garnered a number of indie awards.

Carlos "Vibora" Ruiz

played by Luis Antonio Ramos

Carlos "Vibora" Ruiz

played by Luis Antonio Ramos
Character Bio Actor Bio

Ruiz is leader of the Soldado Nation, a Puerto Rican gang within Ghost's distribution network. While he is towing the line, Ruiz is chaffing under Ghost and Tommy's authority. He is looking for any opportunity to strike out on his own or take over the network all together.

Luis Antonio Ramos has established a legacy of work on stage, film, and television since starring opposite his childhood idol and Academy® Award winner, Jose Ferrer in The Sun and the Moon. Last fall, he joined the much anticipated ABC drama “Lucky 7,” an adaptation of the British series, “The Syndicate.” He played ‘Antonio Clemente,’ the outgoing, optimistic, cheerful, and charming gas station mechanic. A happily married father of three, he unfortunately pulls out of the lottery pool in order to save up money to buy his wife the new toaster she's always wanted. After his fellow employees win the lottery, he seems the most unfortunate -- but as the secrets and problems of the others become apparent, the dynamic changes.

Ramos is best known for his role as ‘bail bondsman, Ricky Guzman’ on USA Network’s “The Huntress,” for which he was nominated for an Alma Award in 2002. Ramos has earned critical acclaim for his extensive career in television, having been a series regular on “The Brian Benben Show” and “Queens,” and had recurring roles on “Early Edition,” “In the House,” “Ink,” and “Martin.” Ramos has also guest starred on such renowned shows as “How to Make it in America,” “Common Law,” “Burn Notice,” “The Unit,” “The Closer,” “Numbers,” “The Shield,” “CSI: Miami,” “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” “Nip/Tuck,” “Friends,” “Alias,” “NYPD Blue,” and “Law and Order” to name a few.

Last fall, Ramos was seen in The Miracle of Spanish Harlem where he played the lead character of ‘Tito.’ Other film credits include Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing, Trouble in the Heights, The Ministers, Sea of Love, The Secret of My Success, Moscow on the Hudson, and Christopher Hampton’s Imagining Argentina opposite Antonio Banderas and Emma Thompson, among others.

He has also excelled as a theater actor, having won the Helen Hayes Award for Best Actor for his work in the play “Stand Up Tragedy,” and most recently the critically acclaimed one man show “Growing up Gonzales.” Other theater credits include “Dancing on her Knees” (by Nilo Cruz), “Cloud Tectonics” (by José Rivera), “Romeo and Juliet,” “Tears Will Tell It All,” “Widows,” “Richard II,” “Henry the IV,” “Pendragon,” “The Sound of Music,” “A Midsummer's Night's Dream,” and “Latins from Manhattan.”

In 2009, Ramos was awarded the prestigious Jose Ferrer HOLA Tespis Award, given to actors in mid-career lauding their past work as well as anticipating the great work that is yet to come.

A competitive cyclist, Ramos has competed in events such as the Gran Fondo Colnago Philadelphia, Gran Fondo NY, and the Dave Jordan Memorial Classic.

Originally from Puerto Rico and raised in the Bronx, Ramos spends his time between Los Angeles and New York and is an active member of both communities.

Agent Juan Julio Medina

played by Greg Serano

Agent Juan Julio Medina

played by Greg Serano
Character Bio Actor Bio

An undercover DEA agent working with the Felipe Lobos task force; Medina has been in the pursuit of Lobos for the last two years and will do everything it takes to catch him.

An actor known for his versatility, Greg Serano has portrayed characters from saint to sinner, cop to robber, lover to fighter, friend to foe, and troubled teen to mature father figure.

Greg Serano was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He attended Kingsborough Community College, where he worked behind the scenes in the theater department. Serano found himself memorizing the lines of one of the actors in a play and boldly decided to audition for a role in the next. He booked the lead. Serano developed a complete love for acting and surprised everyone in late 1995, when he decided to leave New York and move to Los Angeles, with literally a few hundred dollars in his pocket and a dream. Within a few months and a lot of work trying to lose his thick Brooklyn accent, Serano booked one line in the 1996 film, The Rich Man's Wife, and shortly after, a series regular role as ‘Gusmaro Lopez’ on ABC's "Dangerous Minds."

Serano is extremely grateful for the success he's been able to achieve and continues to work hard and to challenge himself in every role that he portrays.

Serano married actress Carmen Serano, in 1997. They have two lovely daughters, Cheyenne and Nya.

Shawn

played by Sinqua Walls

Shawn

played by Sinqua Walls
Character Bio Actor Bio

Ghost’s driver and son of Ghost’s former boss, the now-incarcerated Kanan, Shawn’s an eager-but-green kid attempting to fit into his father’s shoes and world. He looks at Ghost like an uncle, yet he also desires to make his mark and find his place both in his family and the drug game.

Sinqua Walls busted into the acting world with a ten episode recurring arc on the critically acclaimed series, “Friday Night Lights,” portraying ‘Jamarcus Halls,’ a gifted football player whose parents do not support his sports aspirations. However, Walls is probably best known for his recurring role of ‘Daniel,’ a handsome college student on ABC Family’s “The Secret Life of the American Teenager.” He also starred alongside Katharine McPhee in Relativity’s action thriller, Shark Night 3D. No stranger to memorable arcs, Walls has recurred on MTV’s supernatural action hit, “Teen Wolf,” as ‘Boyd,’ an insecure loner who transforms himself in more ways than one. Additional television credits include “Californication,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Chuck,” “CSI,” “Blue Mountain State,” and “Savage County.” Recently, Walls played the legendary role of ‘Sir Lancelot’ in “Once Upon a Time” as well as performed his own basketball stunts in his role as ‘Devon Langer’ on “Necessary Roughness.” Walls garnered a Best Lead Actor nomination from the Southern California and Pan African Film Festivals for his performance in The Second Half. Walls recently wrapped the feature Believe Me where he plays the lead role ‘Tyler’ - the voice of reason in a group of college students who become fraudulent Christian preachers to make money for tuition.

In his spare time, Walls generously helps out with the L.A. Foodbank, and tutors and mentors kids through his local church.

About

Power

A STARZ Original Series

From Executive Producer Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson and show creator Courtney Kemp Agboh ("The Good Wife") comes "Power", a visionary crime drama set in two different worlds – the glamorous New York club scene and the brutal drug trade.

James “Ghost” St. Patrick has it all: a beautiful wife, a gorgeous Manhattan penthouse, and the hottest, up-and-coming new nightclub in New York. His club, Truth, caters to the elite: the famous and infamous boldface names that run the city that never sleeps. As its success grows, so do Ghost’s plans to build an empire. However, Truth hides an ugly reality. It’s a front for Ghost’s criminal underworld; a lucrative drug network, serving only the wealthy and powerful.

As Ghost is seduced by the prospect of a legitimate life, everything precious to him becomes unknowingly threatened. Once you’re in, can you ever get out?



Power © 2014 STARZ Entertainment, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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