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Steven Kane

Co-Creator/Showrunner/Executive Producer
Steven Kane is a writer, producer and director whose credits include acclaimed drama series The Closer, Major Crimes, Alias and NCIS, as well as comedies American Dad! and Curb Your Enthusiasm. His awards and accolades include Best Director honors at the NY Independent Film Festival and an Edgar Nomination for mystery writing. For his work on The Last Ship, Kane received the Navy’s top civilian honor, the Distinguished Service Award and the Department of Defense flew an American Flag over the Pentagon in his honor. Kane lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two children.

Bridget Regan currently stars opposite Eric Dane on the Michael Bay-produced TNT hit drama series The Last Ship as Sasha Cooper. She also recurs on the Golden Globe nominated series, Jane the Virgin as Rose AKA Sin Rostro as well as on Marvel’s Agent Carter as the original Black Widow, Dottie Underwood. These performances made E! Online declare her "The Ultimate Kick-Butt TV Villain."
A native of Carlsbad, California, Regan relocated to New York City to pursue her acting career upon graduating from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. In 2010, she completed her run playing Kahlan Amnel on Legend of the Seeker, produced for ABC Studios by Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert. Her other television credits include recurring roles on White Collar opposite Matt Bomer, The Good Wife, Greys Anatomy, Beauty & The Beast, Perception, The Black Donnelly's, Lisa Gardner's bestselling mystery thriller, Hide alongside Carla Gugino, Person of Interest, Sons of Anarchy, NCIS: Los Angeles, Six Degrees and Law & Order: Criminal Intent.

Regan's film credits include Devil's Gate opposite Milo Ventimillia, John Wick, HBO's The Leisure Class, The Best and the Brightest with Neil Patrick Harris and Amy Sedaris, Sex and the City, The Babysitters and Binders.
Regan originated the role of Cecile Leroux in the Broadway comedy Is He Dead? written by Mark Twain, adapted by David Ives and directed by Michael Blackmore.