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    Being a Graceland fan is a lot like being an undercover agent: it’s the little details that make or break you.  The question is, did all the double dealing and double crosses of Season 1 leave you a step ahead or a step behind?  Take our Graceland Season 1 Trivia to find out.

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Meet the Cast

  • Daniel Sunjata

    Paul Briggs

    Senior FBI agent Paul Briggs (Daniel Sunjata) was a legend at Quantico with a field record to match, but after a mysterious event led to an unexplained absence, the once buttoned-up Briggs returned with a new Zen outlook.  And while his confidence, charisma and intelligence made him the de facto leader of Graceland, some in high places suspected his radical perspective hid a sinister agenda.  It was only the arrival of Mike Warren that eventually brought a dark secret from Briggs’s past into the light, and revealed his plot to avenge a deep hurt at the hands of a powerful enemy.  Briggs committed some dark deeds before all was said and done, but he eventually returned to Graceland to pick up the pieces and lead his team once more.

    Now, Briggs is doing his best to atone for the acts he commited in the name of revenge.  But try as he might to move on from the days of Odin and Jangles, the job has a way of pulling people back in, and Briggs may find himself going down a dark path all over again…

    Actor Bio

    Daniel Sunjata stars as FBI Agent Paul Briggs on USA Network's new hour-long drama series, GRACELAND, premiering Thursday, June 25th at 10/9c.

    Sunjata is best known for his portrayal of firefighter Franco Rivera in the critically-acclaimed series "Rescue Me" opposite Denis Leary for seven seasons. In 2006, Sunjata portrayed fashion designer James Holt in the film adaptation of the best-selling novel "The Devil Wears Prada," starring Meryl Streep and Anne Hathaway and in the romantic comedy "Ghosts of Girlfriends Past" alongside Jennifer Garner and Matthew McConaughey.

    Sunjata's additional film credits include "Bad Company," which starred Anthony Hopkins and Chris Rock, the 2004 Woody Allen film "Melinda Melinda" opposite Will Ferrell and Noel, starring Penelope Cruz and Susan Sarandon. Sunjata garnered rave reviews for his portrayal of Langston Hughes in the 2004 Rodney Evans film "Brother to Brother" as well as legendary baseball player Reggie Jackson in the TV series "The Bronx is Burning." Sunjata's other television credits include notable appearances on "Love Monkey," "Law & Order," "Law & Order: SVU," "Sex and the City," the film "The Feast of All Saints," and a starring role alongside Andie MacDowell in "At Risk" and "The Front" - two movies adapted from the novels of America's #1 best-selling crime writer Patricia Cornwell.

    Sunjata's repertoire is not only limited to film and television though. He was nominated for a Tony award for his role as Darren Lemming in "Take Me Out," the 2003 Tony Award winning play by Richard Greenberg. He has also appeared in "Henry VIII" at the New York Shakespeare Festival, "Twelfth Night" at the Guthrie Theater and "Cyrano de Bergerac" opposite Kevin Klein at the Richard Rodgers Theatre.

    Born in Evanston, IL, Sunjata was raised in Chicago and graduated from Mount Carmel High School. He did his undergraduate studies at Florida A&M University and the University of Southwestern Louisiana, and received his Master's degree in Fine Arts from New York University.

    Sunjata has also starred opposite Katherine Heigl in "One For The Money," in the independent drama "Gone" opposite Amanda Seyfriend, and in the massive blockbuster hit "The Dark Knight Rises" opposite Christian Bale and Anne Hathaway.

    Sunjata currently resides in Los Angeles.

  • Aaron Tveit

    Mike Warren

    From an early age, Mike Warren (Aaron Tveit) knew he wanted to be a part of the FBI.  Young, ambitious and gifted, this hotshot agent has a mind for the job and his eyes on the upper ranks of the bureau.  After graduating first in his class from Quantico, Mike was sent to Graceland to train under Paul Briggs.  The young agent took to the undercover life quickly, but it turned out there was more to his assignment, and his training officer, than anyone could have guessed.  Mike’s investigation eventually put him at odds with his own housemates and very nearly cost him his life, but when the dust finally settled, Mike had taken down a major player in the LA gang scene and was headed back to DC with a new assignment as the special assistant to the deputy director and a reputation as a rock star. 

    Mike remains as ambitious as ever, but after squandering his political capital on an operation that hasn’t panned out, the climb up the company ladder has begun to look mighty long from behind his desk.  So when Briggs asks Mike for some help on an operation, Mike jumps at the chance to make another big play in the field, even if it means putting himself in harm’s way.  Now, Mike is back at Graceland.  And while he’s welcomed back with open arms, Graceland has changed since he left, and Mike’s return soon stirs up unfinished business and long-simmering resentments.  But Mike is different too, and the new Agent Warren isn’t above blurring the lines – or using his former housemates - if it means getting the job done and furthering his career…

    Actor Bio

    Aaron Tveit stars as rookie FBI Agent Mike Warren on USA Network's new hour-long drama series, GRACELAND, premiering Thursday, June 25th at 10/9c.

    Most recently, Tveit filmed "Les Miserables," where he co-starred as the student revolutionary "Enjolras." "Les Miserables" was directed by Tom Hooper and also stars Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, Anne Hathaway and Amanda Seyfried.

    Tveit starred on Broadway in "Catch Me If You Can," originating the role of Frank Abagnale, Jr., portrayed in the Spielberg film by Leonardo DiCaprio. Additionally he created the role of "Gabe" in the Pulitzer Prize winning Broadway musical, "Next to Normal" which he developed Off-Broadway at the Second Stage Theatre, Arena Stage, and debuted on Broadway.

    He has received numerous honors for his work in theatre including the Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Supporting Performance in "Next to Normal" and the Actors Equity Association, Clarence Derwent Award for Most Promising Actor. Nominations included Distinguished Performance from the Drama League; Best Male Dancer from the Fred and Adele Astaire Awards; and Outstanding Featured Actor from the Outer Critics Circle Awards, all for his work in "Catch Me If You Can." In addition to "Wicked" and "Hairspray" on Broadway, he starred in the national tours of "Hairspray" and "Rent," reprising his role in the latter for the Hollywood Bowl production directed by Neil Patrick Harris. He is featured on the cast recordings for "Catch Me If You Can" and "Next to Normal."

    Tveit can also be seen in films "Premium Rush," "Howl" and "Ghost Town" as well as on television in "The Good Wife," "Body Of Proof," "Ugly Betty," "Law & Order: SVU," and as Trip Van der Bilt on "Gossip Girl."

  • Vanessa Ferlito

    "Charlie" DeMarco

    Charlie (Vanessa Ferlito) is a strong-willed undercover FBI agent and a woman of many talents.  A chameleon on the job, Charlie can transform herself from a low-down junkie to a high-powered businesswoman in the blink of an eye.  Charlie is a mama bear at heart, and her caring nature can be an asset, but it can also get her into trouble on the job, and she nearly lost her life when she put her trust in the wrong place during the Odin investigation.

    Since then, Charlie has bounced back, and she and Briggs have started a romantic relationship.  But while she puts up a strong front, the truth is that Charlie’s previous failures have eaten away at her confidence, and Mike’s return will only intensify those feelings…and may soon drive her further towards the edge.

    Actor Bio

    Vanessa Ferlito stars as FBI Agent Catherine "Charlie" DeMarco on USA Network's new hour-long drama series, GRACELAND, premiering Thursday, June 25th at 10/9c.

    New York native Vanessa Ferlito began her career in her hometown, guest starring on a number of highly acclaimed series, including "The Sopranos," "Law and Order," "Third Watch," and a recurring role as 'Claudia' in the smash hit series "24." Her breakthrough came as a series regular on the enormously successful "CSI: New York" as a member of the forensic investigation team led by Gary Sinise.

    Ferlito has had great success on the big screen too, starting her film career in the 2002 Spike Lee film "The 25th Hour" with Edward Norton, Philip Seymour Hoffman and Barry Pepper. In 2003, she starred as 'Lizette Sanchez' in John Leguizamo's acclaimed boxing drama "Undefeated" which earned her an NAACP nomination for Outstanding Actress in a TV Movie.

    Her impressive list of film credits include Oliver Stone's "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps," Nora Ephron's "Julie & Julia" opposite Meryl Streep, Stanley Tucci and Amy Adams, Tyler Perry's hit film "Madea Goes to Jail" for Lionsgate, and Quentin Tarantino's "Deathproof" opposite Kurt Russell. In 2013, Ferlito was seen in the film "Stand Up Guys" opposite Al Pacino and Christopher Walken.

    Ferlito also starred in Lee Daniel's "Shadowboxer" with Helen Mirren and Cuba Gooding Jr., Stephen Herek's "Man of the House" opposite Tommy Lee Jones and in Alfredo de Villa's "Nothing Like the Holidays" with Alfred Molina, John Leguizamo and Jay Hernandez.

  • Manny Montana

    Joe "Johnny" Tuturro

    The fun-loving prankster of the house, Johnny (Manny Montana) is Briggs’s right hand man and the heart of Graceland.  Growing up amidst the gang culture of Southern California, Johnny almost followed his brother into the banger life, but instead he joined the Navy Seals and eventually the FBI. 

    Since then, Johnny has lent his talents to many other agents’ ops, but his lack of focus has kept his own career stalled, and his propensity to crack jokes has led some to write him off.  When Mike’s return to Graceland puts Johnny’s own lack of success in perspective, he decides to finally take the initiative for himself, but when he risks his life to go under with a dangerous crime family, Johnny may soon find himself in over his head…

    Actor Bio

    Manny Montana stars as FBI Agent Joe "Johnny" Tuturro on USA Network's new hour-long drama series, GRACELAND, premiering Thursday, June 25th at 10/9c.

    Previously, Montana recurred on "Chicago Code" and had notable guest roles on "Breakout Kings," "CSI: NY," "Lie To Me," "Cold Case," "Chase" and "Raising The Bar," amongst others. Montana starred in Anthony Zuicker's ambitious feature film for Yahoo! called "Cybergeddon." On the big screen, he will next appear in John Sayles' upcoming film, "Go for Sisters."

    Born and raised in Long Beach, California, Montana is a lifelong athlete: in college he started for his football team at California State University, Long Beach, he is the recipient of Silver Gloves in California for competitive boxing and is an avid surfer.

  • Brandon Jay McLaren

    Dale "DJ" Jakes

    Customs agent Dale Jakes (Brandon Jay McLaren) is the lone wolf of Graceland.  Quick-tempered and territorial, Jakes won’t hesitate to let someone know when they’re getting on his nerves (and that someone is usually Johnny).  But though Jakes can snap sometimes, underneath his rough exterior is a truly dedicated agent with a lot of hard-earned wisdom who is always there to help the team when they’re in need. 

    Beneath Jakes’s rough exterior lies the pain of real regret: a young son he left behind for fear that the darkness he saw every day on the job would ruin the boy’s life.  Now, Jakes is making the choice to step back from the field and make a go of reconnecting with the family he let slip away before it’s too late.  But while Jakes’s intentions are good, redemption is not any easy thing to come by in the world of Graceland.

    Actor Bio

    Brandon Jay McLaren stars as ICE Agent Dale Jakes on USA Network's new hour-long drama series, GRACELAND, premiering Thursday, June 25th at 10/9c.

    In 2012, McLaren starred as Jamil Dexter on the second season of the hit show "Falling Skies." McLaren may be best known to audiences for his starring role as Bennett Ahmed throughout season one on the critically acclaimed series "The Killing." He was nominated for a 2012 Leo Award, for Best Supporting Performance by a Male in a Dramatic Series, for his work on the show. McLaren has also made his mark in film, appearing in "Tucker & Dale vs. Evil," which made its way through the film festival circuit in 2011 after becoming a Sundance Film Festival Favorite, and winning the 2012 SXSW Audience Award. McLaren first made his mark in Hollywood as Toby, in the smash comedy hit "She's the Man" opposite Amanda Bynes and Channing Tatum. Additional credits include appearing on the series "Being Erica," "Harper's Island," and guest star roles on "CSI," "Human Target," and "The Wanda Sykes Show."

    Born and raised in Vancouver, McLaren is of Trinidadian and Grenadian descent. He found his love for acting during high school, where he took theater courses. McLaren graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Human Biology from New York State University at Albany where he received a full scholarship for soccer. During college, McLaren realized he missed theater and decided to return to Vancouver and pursue acting full time. Once back in Vancouver, McLaren booked his first real project, a series called "The Black Sash." McLaren also produced and starred in a short film called "Two Knots" – the first of nine short films for the ensemble feature Vancouver Stories.

    In his spare time, he loves to cook, read and run.

  • Serinda Swan

    Paige Arkin

    Don’t let her beach bunny look fool you; Paige (Serinda Swan) is a force to be reckoned with.  Smart and sexy with a killer left hook, this DEA agent will go to almost any lengths to close a case.  Despite her hard-drinking, hard-partying ways, Paige has a rational head on her shoulders and draws a line between her work life and her personal life, especially when it comes to the house.

    Originally, Paige was shocked when she learned that Mike had been placed in Graceland to investigate Briggs, but she couldn’t deny that she had begun to develop feelings for the young agent.  Now that Mike is back, those feelings have been stirred up once again.  But in a field like theirs and a place like Graceland, nothing is ever as easy as you want it to be, and personal attachments are a weakness that can be exploited...

    Actor Bio

    Serinda Swan stars as DEA Agent Paige Arkin on USA Network's new hour-long original drama series, "Graceland," premiering Thursday, June 25th at 10/9c.

    Swan is a Canadian actress and human-rights activist. She has appeared in popular television shows such as "Hawaii Five-O," "Psych," "Supernatural" and "Smallville," and starred as Erica Reed in the series "Breakout Kings."

    At the age of 3, she starred in her first feature film "Cousins," with Ted Danson and Isabella Rossellini. After a few short years in the business, Swan left acting to pursue competitive gymnastics. Nearly 20 years later, she realized her passion for acting, and Swan returned to the arts and went on to co-star in hit films "TRON: Legacy," "Recoil," "The Breakup Artist" and the upcoming film "The Baytown Outlaws."

    In 2011, Swan founded "Friends to Mankind" (F2M), an organization that partners with non-profits to raise awareness and funds through educational campaigns and high-profile -- and sometimes dangerous fundraisers. F2M's first collaboration was with the Somaly Mam Foundation benefitting victims of sex-trafficking.

    In less than a year, F2M was able to raise over $100,000 for the Somaly Mam Foundation and reach over 12 million people through their anti-trafficking fundraiser "18for18." Swan and other celebrities skydived 18,000 feet, the highest jump in North America, in hopes of encouraging others to take a stand and make a difference. Through F2M, Swan has cycled across Cambodia and installed nets in Africa with the U.N. Foundations "Nothing But Nets" on a mission to raise over $1 million (which they just accomplished) to fight malaria.