Four struggling couples need therapy.
They get each other instead.
Group Therapy without the Therapist.
The Group

The Cast of "Then We Got Help"

  • Writer/Director/Cast (role of Emily)

Julie Ann is currently recurring on the hit series Damages and the new USA series A Legal Mind, but is perhaps best known for her "sweet turn" (USA Today) as the lovelorn best friend Casey in the blockbuster movie Hitch (with Will Smith and Eva Mendes). Other Films include Nothing But the Truth, The Beneficiary (Best Actress Award- Philadelphia Film Festival), the upcoming Rainbow Tribe (opposite David James Elliott) and The A Plate (with Sam McMurray). Some of her TV credits include: Line of Fire, Dexter, The Riches, ER, Alias, Commander -in-Chief, CSI-Miami, Army

Wives, and Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. Also, the Hallmark Hall of Fame movie Pictures of Hollis Woods (with Sissy Spacek, Cami Award),

and Steven Spielberg's Taken (Emmy nomination Best Mini-Series).

  • as Dan

Nick is currently playing Nick Chavez on ABC’s 'One Life To Live', and recently finished filming Sex And The City 2.
He made his Broadway debut in Disney’s TARZAN (Tarzan u/s) and has been seen Off-Broadway in THE TOXIC AVENGER: THE MUSICAL (Dance/Fight Captain), ALMOST HEAVEN: SONGS OF JOHN DENVER, BAJOUR (Steve). He starred opposite Val Kilmer and Adam Lambert in THE TEN COMMANDMENTS (Aaron) in Los Angeles, and also played "Moses" at several performances.
His tours include JESUS CHIST SUPERSTAR (Jesus), EVITA (Che), HAIR (Claude). His regional credits include OKLAHOMA! (Curley), DAMN YANKEES (Joe), JCS (Jesus), CINDERELLA (Prince), SOUTH PACIFIC (Cable) with Ron Raines and THE KING & I (Lun Tha) with Lou Diamond Phillips, NEFERTITI (Akhenaten), LAST 5 YEARS, CANDIDE with Harrisburg Opera, MASTER CLASS (Tony), LOVE, VALOR, COMPASION! (Ramon).
Nicholas holds a BM and MM in Vocal Performance from the University of Texas at Austin.

  • as Eric

Blake Hammond's credits include:
Regional: MINKSYS (Ahmannson Theatre), GUYS AND DOLLS (Ogunquit Playhouse), BELLS ARE RINGING (Kennedy Center), SWEENEY TODD (Linconshire), OLYMPUS ON MY MIND (Boston Post Road), THEDA BARA AND THE FRONTIER RABBI (Halsted St.) AT WIT'S END (Florida's Carbonell and Chicago's After Dark Awards).
Film: Jane Austen's Mafia, Rookie of the Year, Desperation Blvd., Handsome Harry, An Englishman in New York. Television: "Frasier", "Ed", "Shining Time Station", "Star Trek/Klingon Academy".

  • as Terry

Sean was born is Dublin, Ireland. He has dipped his foot in a number of professional pools. Graduating college with a degree in business, his first job was in banking which he high tailed out of pretty quickly. He landed a job in Food Marketing and was shipped off to Chicago. He followed that by a move to Wisconsin, then back to Chicago, then out to L.A. He currently resides in New York. During his travels, he ditched the marketing gig, dabbled in cheese making; started a brokerage firm, closed it down, became a personal trainer, stopped that, produced short films and did some charity fund raising. He finally and happily has landed squarely in the world of 'acting'. His credits include: Broadway: THE 39 STEPS(Tony nom: Best Play), THE SEAFARER (Tony nom: Best Play). Regional: A MID SUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (LaJolla Playhouse) SAVAGE IN LIMBO, TRANSLATIONS (Dir. David Cromer, Chicago), OURSELVES ALONE, THE VISIT, STONES IN HIS POCKETS, A YANKEE TRADER, CONFESSIONS OF A CATHOLIC CHILD, ONE FOR THE ROAD, DRAMA AT INISH, BIG MAGGIE. Television: Army Wives, Fringe, As the World Turns, Angel, The Agency, Everwood, ER, Line of Fire, Sci-fi (Movie of the week) Reign of the Gargoyles. Film: Higher Ground (Dir. Vera Farmiga), Fair Game (Dir. Doug Liman), Mr. and Mrs. Smith (Dir, Doug Liman), Hulk (Dir, Ang Lee). Sean is a founding member of The Virtual Theater Project; a theatre company dedicated to the development and production of New Work. Virtual Theater Project in Chicago, IL.

  • as Gerry

Susan is an actor and playwright. She has written and performed her own solo show PEASANT at The Zipper Theatre and Theatre Row in Manhattan. As an actor, she can be seen on the small screen, the computer screen, the big screen and on The Onion News Network. She has performed at The Public Theatre, The Beckett Theatre, The Clurman, The Connelly Theatre, among many and has originated roles in over 20 new plays in Chicago and New York.

As a playwright, she has written THE MACHINE (O'Neill semi- finalist, Leah Ryan Award Finalist), SUICIDE ON PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, and BUZZ..., among many. Susan studied acting in London, Chicago and New York. She is a member of Actors Equity, the Screen Actors Guild, the Dramatists Guild and Resonance Ensemble.


  • as Thom

On Broadway: he received a 1995 Tony Award nomination for Best Actor in a Musical for his performance as Joe Gillis in SUNSET BOULEVARD opposite Glenn Close, Betty Buckley and Elaine Paige. He also received the Drama-Logue Award for his performance in SUNSET BOULEVARD's American Premiere in Los Angeles. Alan starred in Susan Stroman's 2000 Tony Award winning musical, CONTACT at Lincoln Center. Off-Broadway: Chris Durang's ADRIFT IN MOROCCO, Lanford Wilson's BOOK OF DAYS at the Signature Theater and in the regional premiere of BOOK OF DAYS at the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis and the Hartford Stage. He also starred Off-Broadway in AVOW, by Bill C. Davis.
Feature films include Weekend Warriors; Bump in the Night; Tom, Dick and Harry, and Universal's Simple Wish with Martin Short and Kathleen Turner.
On television he co-starred for 5 seasons with Bill Conrad and Joe Penny on CBS's "Jake and the Fatman". He also co-starred with John Ritter as surfer E.Z. Taylor, on ABC's "Three's a Crowd", Evan Grant on NBC's "Another World'', Dr. Ellis Marshall on "All My Children", "Contact", "Live From Lincoln Center" on PBS, and in "Redflag", a CBS Movie of the Week.
His recordings include Sunset Boulevard, Adrift In Macao, ABC: A Tribute to Adler, Bock and Coleman and The Best of Andrew Lloyd Webber on Polygram.
Alan is an Associate Producer of Hot Summer Nights, at the Kennedy Theater in Raleigh North Carolina and is a founding member of H.O.L.A. (Heart of Los Angeles) Youth Theatre, providing an artistic outlet and guidance to inner-city children.


  • as Anna

Ms. Shaws extensive film work includes The Last Castle, The Contender (with Joan Allen and Jeff Bridges), Nothing But the Truth (with Kate Beckinsale and Matt Dillon), Resurrecting the Champ (Samuel L. Jackson) and the recently wrapped remake of Straw Dogs (alongside James Marsden and James Woods), and Father of Invention with Kevin Spacey. TV: "Commander-in-Chief", "Line of Fire", "CSI-NY" and "NYPD Blue", and more.  She is now located in Atlanta GA and is the official Acting Coach for Meetup FilmAtlanta, Atlanta Girls Magizine and People Store Agency. Please Visit - Kristen Shaw Acting Studio

  • as Kenny

Kevin recently enjoyed being back on Broadway as Ernest Defarge in A TALE OF TWO CITIES after having portrayed Trevor Graydon in THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE with leading ladies Sutton Foster, Susan Egan, Delta Burke, Dixie Carter and Leslie Uggams. Broadway and National Touring houses have also seen him as Enjolras in LES MISERABLES.
His concert work includes The Kennedy Center with Marvin Hamlisch, The Hollywood Bowl as Freddy in MY FAIR LADY (with John Lithgow and Roger Daltry), Disney Hall with Susanna Guzman and at the 'Festival on the Green Series' in beautiful Pasadena CA, as well as numerous benefits including SALON AT THE TAPER, STAGE'S, and Broadway Cares: GYPSY OF THE YEAR, and EASTER BONNET.
Back in his home town of Chicago, he worked in theaters such as The Marriott Lincolnshire, Dury Lane South, Dury Lane Oakbrook, Appletree, and The Chicago Theater. While there, Kevin received the Joseph Jefferson Award for his portrayal of the Balladeer in ASSASINS.
Now residing in New York, Kevin previously spent time enjoying Los Angeles theater where he has been honored with the LA Drama Critic's Circle Award and Three Robby Awards for Rutledge in 1776, Herman in THE MOST HAPPY FELLA and Barrett/Stoker in TITANIC, and Ovation Nominations for SIDE SHOW, CAN CAN, and IT CAME FROM BEYOND.
On television, Kevin has been seen on "Girlfriends", the PBS special presentation of "Tale of Two Cities, and an upcoming episode of "Law & Order: SVU". Also check out his debut CD Earley Standards.



  • as Jenny

Jess is currently appearing, on Broadway, as Lorraine in the Tony award-winning production of JERSEY BOYS. Jessica made her stage debut in a production of FIDDLER ON THE ROOF as a wee babe all of ten weeks old, opposite her father as Motel and Tzeitel's child. She hasn't stopped since. As a recent transplant to NYC she has had the privilege to stand by for Tony Award winner Laura Benanti, opposite Patti LuPone in GYPSY, as well as for the role of Sarah Brown in Des McAnuff's recent revival of GUYS AND DOLLS. After spending most of her childhood in Southeast Texas, Jessica moved with her family to Orlando, FL where she began her professional career under the watchful eyes of the Big Cheese himself. Jess began her Disney career on the Disney Cruise Line, before moving on to the Parks where she could be seen not only in the title role at BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, but also kicking up her heels at the HOOP DEE DOO REVUE. Jessica soon heard the call of the road and set out for the next few years on the tours of CINDERELLA (title role opposite Eartha Kitt) and MAMMA MIA. Since putting down roots, in LA and NY, she has been seen not only on Broadway and in numerous workshops, but also on the stages of the Geffen Playhouse, the Walnut Street Theatre, and Milwaukee Rep.

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