Rizwan Manji is perhaps best known for playing Rajiv, the hysterically officious, scheming assistant manager of a call center in the NBC comedy Outsourced, part of the network’s prestigious Thursday night comedy lineup.
With a prolific career spanning nearly 20 years to date, some of Rizwan's memorable film credits include The Wolf of Wall Street, Charlie Wilson's War, The Dictator, Transformers, Don Jon, Equals and the critically acclaimed film Paterson.
Recently Rizwan wrapped The Man Who Killed Hitler and then The Bigfoot with Sam Elliot and Ron Livingston.
Rizwan has also appeared on many popular TV shows including Glee, Arrested Development, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Without a Trace, NCIS and Bones.
Currently, Rizwan can be seen as Norm in USA's Mr. Robot. With partner, Dominique DiPierro’s (Grace Gummer) they are partnered up to investigate the "Five/Nine" hack. He can also be seen as the eternally optimistic real estate agent Ray Butani on the Pop TV sitcom Schitt's Creek, along with Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara. Rizwan also appears as royal advisor Tick Pickwick in SyFy’s The Magicians.
New York filmmaker and composer Seyi River (pronounced "shay") was a musician and performer at an early age. He studied acting at London's East 15 Acting School and music composition at Berklee College of Music in Boston.
Since his debut film Don’t Explain, he has directed and produced numerous shorts, music videos, commercials, and documentary films.
His award-winning documentary, If I Die Tonight, explores racial profiling from several perspectives. The controversial film is praised for its power, giving air to concerns of both the victims of police violence and of police officers and their families.
As a composer Seyi has written scores for his own films, as well as music for the films Love The Hard Way and Forty Shades Of Blue among others.
In recent years, Seyi entered the business and technology world as a founder in the audio space and has been active in enhancing audio products for filmed media.
Actor and writer Estelle Lee hails from Seoul where she studied law and worked briefly in finance. She took the leap to New York to pursue acting and is a recent graduate of the William Esper Studio. She has since enjoyed a variety of roles on stage and on screen including the role of Japanese emperor Hirohito in the immersive theater piece The Oracle and the anxious meditator Harmony in the film Lotus Unraveled.
Estelle is also an accomplished interpreter working with Korean filmmakers. Her clients include the New York Asian Film Festival, the Museum of Modern Art and most recently Netflix with whom she worked with on the premiere of the film Okja at the Cannes Film Festival.
As a writer Estelle recently wrote and produced Injustice League, a comedy sketch about a job interview gone horribly wrong when an Asian American woman applies for a superhero position. Currently she is working on developing a coffee themed web series.