William Allen Young (right), Star of the play The Fraternity at the Ebony Reperatory Theater, (born January 1954) is best known for playing a role of Frank Mitchell on UPN’s Moesha in 1996 and directing a few episodes of the show, and made a guest appearance on UPN’s The Parkers as Frank Mitchell. His other television credits include The Day After, Matlock, Babylon 5, CBS’s JAG, Knots Landing, The Jeffersons, The Women of Brewster Place, among other shows. He portrayed a recurring character on CBS’s CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and a different recurring character on CBS’s CSI: Miami.
Roscoe “Rocky” Carroll (left), Star of the play The Fraternity at the Ebony Reperatory Theater, was born Roscoe Fulton Carroll in Cincinnati, Ohio. (born July 8, 1963). He is known for his roles as Joey Emerson on the FOX comedy-drama Roc, as Dr. Keith Wilkes on the medical drama Chicago Hope, and as Leon Vance on the CBS drama NCIS and its spinoff NCIS: Los Angeles. His acting career is rooted in the theater. In 1981, Carroll graduated from the famed School for Creative and Performing Arts. Carroll decided to test the waters by moving to New York City, the heart of the theater community. There, he introduced many young children of color to the works of William Shakespeare by participating in Joe Papp’s “Shakespeare on Broadway” series. Carroll married Gabrielle Bullock on May 25, 1996. They have one daughter, Elissa.