Peter KrauseBenjamin Jones
A native of Minneapolis, MN, Peter Krause most recently starred in NBC’s critically acclaimed series Parenthood, alongside Lauren Graham, Dax Shepard and Erica Christensen. Peter is best known for his work on HBO’s acclaimed drama Six Feet Under, starring as Nate Fisher. Peter was nominated for three Emmy Awards, two Golden Globe Awards, and two SAG Awards for his performance on Six Feet Under. He also received two SAG Awards as part of the Six Feet Under ensemble.
Peter made his television debut only two months after graduation as a regular on Carol Burnett’s hit variety show, Carol and Company, followed by a stint on the hit series Cybill.
He was previously best known for his role of Casey McCall on the critically acclaimed series Sports Night. His additional credits include the film Beastly, the television series Dirty Sexy Money, the Syfy miniseries The Lost Room,” the independent feature Civic Duty and the film We Don’t Live Here Anymore where he starred opposite Naomi Watts and Mark Ruffalo.
In 2004, Peter made his Broadway debut starring in Arthur Miller’s After The Fall for director Michael Mayer.
Peter began to act in high school, and although he began college as a Pre-Med student at Gustavus Aldophus College in St. Peter, MN, he graduated with a B.A. in English Literature. He then decided to pursue acting and received an M.F.A. from New York University, where he starred in productions of Macbeth, Uncle Vanya, and Arms and the Man.
CHRISTOPHER HALL a/k/a BENJAMIN JONES is a wealthy, high-tech-assisted, high-flying James Bond-like international super-criminal - a man of a thousand faces, voices, and identities - who works with and takes assignments from his partner, Margot. Ben (and Margot's) crimes are all high-end, multi-million-dollar corporate espionage and intellectual properties thefts. But he's a bit of a Robin Hood, preferring to steal from people who can afford the loss. Unbeknownst to Margot, Ben has fallen madly in love with his latest mark, Alice Vaughan, which is going to have dire consequences for both of them.