Sean Hayes originated the title role in Good Night, Oscar last year at the Goodman Theater in Chicago, for which he won the Jeff Award for Best Principal Actor and he’s currently starring in that same role again on Broadway. Sean is a three-time Emmy Award winning actor, host and producer. He is best known for his role as Jack McFarland on the NBC sitcom Will & Grace, for which he won a Primetime Emmy Award and four SAG Awards, along with six Golden Globe nominations. He is also known for his work on Broadway including An Act of God and Promises. He received a Tony Award nomination for Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical for his role in Promises. Hayes is the co-founder of Hazy Mills Productions, the television production company behind several hit shows such as Hot in Cleveland, Grimm, Hollywood Game Night, and History of Comedy. He currently co-hosts the #1 comedy podcast in the world, SmartLess.
Best known for his eleven seasons as Will Truman on NBC’s Will & Grace, Eric McCormack was nominated for four Emmy Awards and six Golden Globes, receiving the Emmy for Lead Actor in a Comedy in 2001. He served as a producer, director and leading actor on three seasons of Travelers, for Netflix, and for three seasons of Perception, on TNT. He currently stars in Slasher: Ripper for AMC+ and in Hulu’s upcoming The Other Black Girl. On Broadway, McCormack starred in Tony-nominated productions of The Music Man and Gore Vidal’s The Best Man and returns this summer in The Cottage, directed by Jason Alexander. Films include Holy Man, The Architect, Free Enterprise and the new Canadian comedy, Drinkwater. McCormack is also featured on two current podcasts, Eating Out with Eric & Steve (with Steven Weber) and the upcoming Just Jack & Will, with his Will & Grace pal, Sean Hayes.