• Arthur Banks is a successful playwright and theater director in his early thirties. At the age of 14, he won a Eugene O’Neill grant for his play The Moral Atheist. By the time he was in his early twenties, he had taken to more autobiographical works -- though always publicly professing their genre as fiction. Today, he lives in a Modernist home encased in glass, drives a vintage olive-colored coupe, and drinks Negronis on a daily basis. He has an affinity for Richard Yates, B-rate spy novels, and sesquipedalian words.

    Arthur is the author of The Romantic Egoist, a play based on his life with Annette, with whom he spent time in a committed but otherwise undefined relationship. Arthur possesses a rather unhealthy obsession with female beauty, which often results in doomed love and comic despair. He's well known for seeing multiple women at one time and for dating actresses, particularly those who appear in his acclaimed work, a fact Arthur makes no effort to hide either from his best friend, Chandler Brown, or from his long-time therapist, Stephen Schmidt.

  • Adam Goldberg is currently starring in the series The 2-2. Prior to that show, he starred in ABC's The Unusuals, and has had television roles on Friends, My Name Is Earl, Entourage, ER, and Medium.

    Goldberg's feature film credits include Dazed and Confused, Saving Private Ryan, A Beautiful Mind, Waking Life, The Prophecy, The Hebrew Hammer, Two Days in Paris, Miss Nobody, Norman, and From Within.

    As a filmmaker, Goldberg wrote, directed, co-edited, produced, and starred in Scotch and Milk, which made its debut in 1998 at the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival, and was featured on the Sundance Channel series "10 Best Films You May Never Have Seen." He co-wrote and directed his second feature, I Love Your Work, which was produced through his production company and released by Think Film in 2005. Goldberg also composed the film's original music with The Flaming Lips' drummer Steven Drozd. In addition, he directed, co-edited, and produced the comic documentary short Running with the Bulls for the Independent Film Channel.

    In 2009 Goldberg released an album of original songs, under the moniker Landy. It was recorded over six years in several states and, in addition to Goldberg, features musicians such as Steven Drozd and Aaron Espinoza, from the band Earlimart, with whom he mixed the record.

    His hometown is Los Angeles, Calif. and his birth date is October 25.