Kevin Sorbo Kevin Sorbo was born on September 24, 1958 in Mound, Minnesota. A native of Mound, Minnesota, Kevin Sorbo currently stars as Captain Dylan Hunt, the last starship captain of the System's Commonwealth High Guard. Sorbo quickly rose to international stardom in the title role of the hit series Hercules: The Legendary Journeys. It began as five two-hour telefilms in 1993, but the popularity of the made-for television movies resulted in the January 1995 launch of the weekly one hour series, which became a breakout hit. Quickly becoming the number one first-run program in syndication, the innovative action hour revitalized the entire action/adventure genre on television and prompted two spin-off series. Hercules continues to be one of the top action hours in syndication, and is distributed to more than 115 countries worldwide. Sorbo has also directed two episodes of Hercules and co-wrote one installment. In 1997, Sorbo made his feature film debut with Kull the Conqueror, a prequel to Conan the Barbarian. Sorbo has also appeared on several hit television shows, including Murder She Wrote, The Commish, Cybil, and most recently Just Shoot Me. Sorbo also acts as the spokesperson for A World Fit for Kids, a non- profit organization that provides gang, drug and drop out prevention programming to kids at risk. In his role as spokesperson, Sorbo raises awareness of the importance of mentoring and acting as a positive role model to the youth of our country. Kevin spent 3 years traveling around the world,modeling for print ads and appearing in over 150 commercials, before landing in his breakout series "Hercules The Legendary Journeys" Kevin know lives in Vancouver Canada filming his new series "Gene Roddernberry's Andromeda" Keith Hamilton Cobb Keith Hamilton Cobb was born Jan. 28, 1962 in North Terrytown in New York, now Sleepy Hollow, New York. Keith Hamilton Cobb stars as Tyr Anasazi, a member of a subspecies of humanity classified as the Nietzscheans. Cobb is best known to audiences for his role on the hit ABC daytime drama All My Children. His portrayal of Noah Keefer earned him a Soap Opera Digest Award for Best Newcomer, as well as a Daytime Emmy Award nomination. In addition, Cobb was voted one of People Magazine's 50 Most Beautiful People in the World 1996. After a tremendously successful run in the hit daytime drama, Cobb appeared in an episode of Fresh Prince of Bel Air, where ironically enough, in a spoof of the daytime genre, he starred as a soap opera actor who was fired by the show's diva. Cobb has also amassed a number of guest appearances on various television series including Tribune Entertainment's action-adventure hit BeastMaster, Suddenly Susan, Boston Common. Cobb honed his acting skills at the prestigious Circle in the Square and Playwright's Horizons acting studios in New York. His impressive list of theatrical credits includes Othello, Coriolanus, Hamlet, Julius Caesar, Romeo and Juliet, and numerous others. In his first feature film role, Cobb portrayed the bodyguard of a Mafioso in the independent film Astonished. He also won the starring role in the independent feature Eyes Beyond Seeing. Cobb's love for acting stems from his devotion to the works of William Shakespeare. He served for two years as a judge of the National Shakespeare Competition. Cobb taught for six years at Youth Theatre Interactions, an after school performing arts program in Yonkers, New York that introduces children to the arts. He also spent several years at Playwright's Theatre of New Jersey, where he taught playwriting, directed and performed in the plays of youthful offenders in the New Jersey correctional system.