A true multi-talented force has left an indelible mark across entertainment realms. From sharing the stage with Jay Z and Liza Minnelli, winning a Tony award, hosting the Tonys, and being nominated for an Emmy for doing so, to starring as political spinmeister Eli Gold on "The Good Wife" and portraying a diverse array of characters including God, the devil, Hitler, and a teleporting superhero, Cumming's career is a tapestry of innovation. He's authored five books, including a best-selling memoir, and took the lead in the first gay role on a US network drama, CBS's "Instinct." Cumming's humanitarianism and activism have garnered over 40 awards, while his musical prowess has graced prestigious venues worldwide. His show, "Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs," cements his iconic status, embodying unapologetic authenticity and unparalleled talent.
Actor and director acclaimed for her contributions to both television and film. Her prominent role as 'Amy Santiago' alongside Andy Samberg in the critically acclaimed series "Brooklyn Nine-Nine”. Demonstrating her versatility, Fumero lent her voice to characters in Comedy Central's animated series "Digman!" and Mindy Kaling's "Velma" on HBO Max. Further displaying her prowess, she starred opposite Randall Park in Netflix's comedy series "Blockbuster" and appeared in the IFC film "Barfight!" with Rachel Bloom. Fumero's journey began with her recurring role as 'Adriana Cramer' in the soap opera "One Life to Live" in 2004. Her TV repertoire includes appearances in shows like CW's "Gossip Girl," USA's "Royal Pains," and CBS' "CSI: NY" and "The Mentalist." As a director, Fumero has helmed episodes for various series, including "Grand Crew," "Gordita Chronicles," and "Brooklyn Nine-Nine." Honored by the Imagen Foundation with the "Best Supporting Actress - Comedy (Television)" award for her role in "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," Fumero's talent continues to shine brightly.