William Russ
William RUSS

Richard Riehle
Richard RIEHLE

Natasha Melnick



With 3 Emmy awards, 2 Tony awards and a golden globe nomination, Amanda Plummer was born and raised in New York City, the daughter of Christopher Plummer and Tammy Grimes and the great great-granddaughter of Canadian Prime Minister John Joseph Caldwell Abbott.

Dominating the theatre and Broadway scene and receiving numerous accolades, Amanda Plummer was one of the 3 actors to ever receive 2 Tony Award nominations in the same year. During her career, Amanda Plummer have worked alongside other legends such as Robin Williams, Geraldine Page, Peter O’Toole, Jessica Tandy, Harvey Keitel, Aidan Quinn, Reese Witherspoon, Mike Myers and Vanessa Redgrave. In 1988, Amanda was furthermore the award recipient for Woman of Achievement.

Having worked with Directors Terry Gilliam, Sidney Lumet, Peter Greenaway, and Sam Shepard, it was Quentin Tarantino who will eventually write for her the role of “Honey-Bunny.” In a memorable scene of “Pulp Fiction,” along with her partner-in-screen-crime, Tim Roth, the outlaw lovers held up a diner in a robbery attempt.

Her film roles have once been described by the San Diego Union-Tribune as "spooky, kooky, half-mad characters,” but with 1,001 Ways to Enjoy the Missionary Position Amanda Plummer’s depiction of a woman’s exploration into the pain, joys and desires of a long frozen marriage resonates with powerful truth.


William Russ began his acting career on the New York stage during the 1970’s before ultimately moving into a career in television and film during the 80s and performing in television movies such as Crisis at Central High (1981) which also starred Academy Award winning actress Joanne Woodward. In 1985, Russ also guest starred in an episode of the television series Miami Vice as the title character.

In 1993, he was cast as Alan Matthews on the television sitcom Boy Meets World. Russ played this role until the series ended in 2000 and later starred in the short-lived television serial drama Mister Sterling.

Receiving critical acclaim in Pastime (1991) as Roy Dean Bream, a veteran minor league hurler who mentors a young phenomenon, the role earned Russ a nomination at the 1992 Independent Spirit Awards for "Best Male Lead." In 1998, he would also play the role of Danny and Derek Vinyard's father in the critically acclaimed American History X.


A veteran actor who has been appearing on both the television and movie screens for over 30 years, Richard Riehle’s long list of movie credits include Glory, Fried Green Tomatoes, Of Mice and Men, Free Willy, The Fugitive, Casino, Ghosts of Mississippi, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Mighty Joe Young, Lethal Weapon 4, Office Space and Wedding Crashers. His television credits include Roseanne, Murder She Wrote, L.A. Law, Ally McBeal, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The West Wing, ER, Married to the Kellys, Boston Legal and The Young and the Restless.

Riehle has also guest-starred on three of the four Star Trek spin-offs.

Natasha Melnick was born in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia in 1984 and moved to Los Angeles later that same year. She is probably most recognizable as Cindy Sanders from the cult classic "Freaks and Geeks" and for her role as Rainy Murphy on the canceled "Boston Public". She has appeared in the films "Go", "Orange County", and "The Hillside Strangler" as well
as several others, and recently starred in "Everything or Nothing". Along with her many other television appearances, she is a recurring character on the hit "Family Guy".

Anthimos Ananiadis was born in Thessaloniki (Greece) where he started studying theatre at the age of 12. After joining the National Drama School of Greece and landing an award-winning role for This is our Youth (2004) as “Breakthrough Artist of the Year,” he went on to perform in the opening ceremony of the 2004 Olympic Games as “Love.”

After spending a year in the army, Anthimos returned to the silverscreens in Loathing and Camouflage (2005), which was both a commercial and critical success. By 2006, his leading role in Straight Story, the most successful movie in the history of Greece, earned him a nomination for “Best Leading Actor” in the Thessaloniki International Film Festival. Then his role as “Alexis” in the hit TV series Ugly Maria earned him another nomination as “Best Leading Man” at the TV Faces Award. In 2007, after a critically acclaimed performance as Benjamin Braddock in the stage production of The Graduate, he also went on to star in the Greek version of Surfs Up (2007) and numerous other film, TV and stage productions.

One week after moving to Los Angeles, Anthimos beat out the competition to land the leading role of Joel in the Indie film 1,001 Ways to Enjoy the Missionary Position. He currently resides in Los Angeles.


Born in Los Angeles, Helen Wilson spent her childhood living in the Southwest US and Mexico chasing after gold, silver and copper with her mining engineer father. After working professionally at the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego, Wilson moved back to Los Angeles to complete her Masters Degree in Theatre & Film at UCLA.

Her deep and sultry voice has been heard on numerous commercials and feature films, and she has further extended her artistic creativity to the art departments of numerous films and TV shows.

The role of the stern government agent Fran in 1,001 Ways to Enjoy the Missionary Position, whose appearance becomes the pivotal point of a young couple’s lives, was a role that was originally written for a man. But after auditioning Wilson, the Producers & Writer had the role of Frank rewritten as a woman instead.