Cast & Crew
Quantum Leap

From Addison to Ziggy!


Raymond Lee
as Dr. Ben Song

Raymond Lee stars as “Dr. Ben Song” on the NBC drama “Quantum Leap.” Ben is a brilliant quantum physicist leaping through time to put right what once went wrong.
On the film side, Lee can most recently be seen in the independent drama “The Unknown Country.” Lee plays Isaac, a charming Texas local that bonds with Tana (Lily Gladstone) for a moment on her road trip to the border of Mexico. The film is directed by Morissa Maltz as her feature debut garnered nominations for Best Feature Film at Montclair Film Festival and acclaim at SXSW, Denver International Film Festival and elsewhere. In 2021, Lee also appeared in the box office smash “Top Gun: Maverick.”
Previously in television, Lee was seen on the AMC series “Kevin Can F*** Himself” as well as a series regular on Alan Ball’s HBO series “Here and Now.” Additional recurring roles include the “Made for Love,” “Prodigal Son,” “Mozart in the Jungle” and “Scandal.” 
Theater credits include the world premiere productions of “Vietgone” at Manhattan Theater Club, for which he was awarded the Theatre World Award for Outstanding Off-Broadway Debut; “Office Hour,” opposite Sandra Oh; and “Cambodian Rock Band” at the South Coast Repertory.
Lee speaks fluent Korean and resides in Los Angeles.

Caitlin Bassett
as Addison Augustine

Caitlin Bassett stars as Addison Augustine on the NBC drama “Quantum Leap.” Addison is an ex-Army intelligence Officer who works in the Quantum Leap program. She is Ben Song’s guide in the past and, during his leaps, appears in a hologram that only he can see and hear.

“Quantum Leap” marks the professional acting debut for Bassett. A military veteran, she spent seven years in U.S. Army Intelligence and the National Security Agency, with two combat tours to Afghanistan and a third abroad.  After completing her service with multiple accolades, she began studying law in New York while moonlighting in theater classes. After being asked to audition, she was accepted full time at the Stella Adler Conservatory and later trained with Bob Krakower.

In 2020 she was selected from over 40,000 applicants to join the Disney Discovers Talent Showcase cast, leading to the start of her professional career.

Nanrisa Lee
as Jenn Chu

Nanrisa Lee stars as Jenn Chu on the NBC drama “Quantum Leap.” Chu is the head of digital security and works alongside Magic in hopes of solving why Ben Song leaped in hopes of bringing him home.

Lee was born in Oakland, Calif., and is best known for her breakout recurring role on “Bosch.” She has also recently appeared in “CSI: Vegas,” “Westworld,” “The Morning Show” and “American Crime Story.”

Mason Alexander Park
as Ian Wright

Maxon Alexander Park stars as Ian Wright on the NBC drama “Quantum Leap.” Ian is the lead programmer on the confidential program that has rebuilt “Ziggy,” the Artificial Intelligence unit which provides important information on Ben’s leaps.

Park is a nonbinary artist who will next be seen as Desire in Netflix's adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s “The Sandman.” Previous TV roles include Netflix’s “Cowboy Bebop.”

Park is also an accomplished theater career, most notably the title role on the first Broadway national tour of “Hedwig and the Angry Inch.”

Ernie Hudson
as Herbert Williams
aka "Magic"

Ernie Hudson stars as “Herbert ‘Magic’ Williams” on the NBC drama “Quantum Leap.” Magic is the head of the Quantum Leap project and juggles taking care of his team while also answering to his bosses at the Pentagon.
On the film side, Hudson has reprised his signature character Winston Zeddemore in the next “Ghostbusters” installment due out next year. He also co-starred in the Bobby Farrelly-directed “Champions,” opposite Woody Harrelson.
For television, Hudson executive produces and stars in the BET series “The Family Business” and Showtime’s “City on a Hill.” He also appeared in the Catherine Hardwicke film “Prisoner’s Daughter,” opposite Brian Cox and Kate Beckinsale, and starred on the award-winning Netflix series “Grace and Frankie.”

Peter Gadiot
as Tom Westfall

Peter Gadiot plays “Tom Westfall,” a US Army Officer, former special forces, now high up in Army Intelligence. Thoughtful, centered, a spiritual kind of warrior who both men and women admire, but whose humility keeps him from ever being arrogant.  Tom will take on a crucial role overseeing the project.

Alan Peter Gadiot Nava is a British actor. He portrayed the role of James Valdez in the USA Network show "Queen of the South." He also played Cyrus in ABC's "Once Upon a Time in Wonderland" and Adam in Showtime's Yellowjackets." 
Additionally, Gadiot appears as Shanks in Netflix's series "One Piece."

Consistently throughout the years Gadiot has been modeling for different brands like Kooples, Tommy Hilfiger, Topshop, Acne and others. In August 2023 Gadiot became the marketing face for Talisker Distillery's 30 year old Single Malt Scotch Whiskey

Eliza Taylor
as Hannah Carson

Eliza Taylor stars as “Hannah Carson,” a complex young woman who may be more than she appears.

Taylor co-starred on the critically acclaimed CW drama “The 100” for seven seasons as Clarke, notable as the network’s first openly bisexual lead character.

Taylor currently stars in the romantic comedy “It Only Takes a Night” as well as Erik Bernard’s thriller “I’ll Be Watching,” both of which she also executive produced. She previously starred in the indie thriller “Thumper,” opposite Pablo Schreiber and Lena Headey, which premiered at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival.

She also co-starred the Netflix holiday romantic comedy “Christmas Inheritance” and Roger Donaldson’s action-thriller “The November Man.”

Martin Gero
Executive Producer and Co-Showrunner, "Quantum Leap"
Martin Gero serves as co-showrunner and executive producer on the NBC drama “Quantum Leap.”

Gero is an award-winning executive producer, creator, writer and director. He recently co-created and executive produced, under his Quinn’s House production banner, the Netflix series “Keep Breathing.” The drama stars Melissa Barrera as Liv, a lawyer from New York and the lone survivor of a plane crash who battles both an unforgiving wilderness and her personal demons to survive the remote Canadian frontier.

Next up, his Hollywood Critics Association TV Award-nominated show “Kung Fu” will return this October for its third season on the CW. Gero will once again serve as executive producer. The series focuses on a young Chinese-American woman who goes through a quarter-life crisis and drops out of college to go on a life-changing journey to an isolated monastery in China.  

On the film side, he wrote and directed the cult classic “Young People F----” and the Paramount/MRC comedy “The Lovebirds,” starring Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani, which was released in 2020. 

Gero created the hit drama “Blindspot” and was creator, director, and executive producer of the comedy series “Connecting.” He also created the critically acclaimed CW series “The LA Complex,” directing half of the episodes. Before that, Gero helped run all three seasons of the HBO series “Bored to Death,” which starred Jason Schwartzman, Ted Danson and Zach Galifianakis. He also served as an executive producer on the magical drama “Deception.” Gero started out working on “Stargate Atlantis” for SYFY, eventually rising to executive producer.

Gero currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife. 

Dean Georgaris
Executive Producer and Co-Showrunner, "Quantum Leap"
Dean Georgaris serves as co-showrunner and executive producer on the NBC drama “Quantum Leap.”

Georgaris previously created the American version of “The Baker and the Beauty” (ABC), adapted from the hit Israeli format, and created “Bluff City Law” and “The Brave” (both NBC). Georgaris began his career writing “Lara Croft: Tomb Raider – The Cradle of Life,” and is known for his work on “The Manchurian Candidate,” “Tristan and Isolde” and “Paycheck.” Georgaris produced “The Crazies” and “What Happens in Vegas,” and served as the executive producer for the critically acclaimed film adaptation of “Life of Pi,” which received 129 award nominations and 82 wins, including 4 Oscars and 1 Golden Globe. He recently wrote “The Meg” and “Meg 2: The Trench” for Warner Brothers.

Georgaris currently resides in Los Angeles.

The Writers

Group shot including Deborah Pratt, Drew Lindo,
Benjamin Raab & Deric A. Hughes