Alex Vincent first appeared as Andy Barclay in Child's Play (1988) when he was a six-year-old living with his family in New Jersey.
Two years later Alex reprised his role of Andy Barclay in Child's Play 2 (1990). In addition to his role of Andy, Vincent has appeared on television in commercials and daytime dramas and in the feature film, Wait Until Spring, Bandini (1989)
Naomi Grossman is best known for her portrayal of "Pepper" in "American Horror Story" Previously, she wrote, produced, and starred in her second hit solo show, "Carnival Knowledge: Love, Lust, and other Human Oddities," which enjoyed a twice-extended, sold-out run and rave reviews ("Recommended" by LA Weekly); the show was then reprised at the world-famous fringe theatre festival in Edinburgh, Scotland, where it received more critical praise (4 stars: The Scotsman, Broadway Baby, Fringe Review) and a transfer to London's West End (Leicester Square Theatre). It was later reprised Off Off Broadway in New York. Its predecessor, "Girl in Argentine Landscape," also received critical acclaim (LA Weekly, "Pick of the Week") and earned her an LA Weekly Theater Award nomination for best solo performance. Naomi also toured with "Girl..." to Chicago's Single File Festival, the Los Angeles Women's Theatre Festival, and the New York International Fringe Festival. A graduate in theatre from Northwestern University and a former member of the esteemed Groundlings Sunday Company, Naomi has starred in numerous self-penned/produced comedic shorts under her "Red Meat Entertainment" umbrella, as well as recently appeared in her first feature film, "Table for Three."