Alan Alda is widely known for his role as Hawkeye Pierce in the classic medical drama/comedy television series "M*A*S*H," where his body of worked earned him an astonishing 21 Emmy Award nominations, winning five of them. Alda also became the first person to win the prestigious award for acting, writing and directing in the same series. Alda has remained very active on and off both the screen and stage. His extensive list of film and television credits include multiple guest spots on "ER," an Emmy-winning performance in "The West Wing" and Martin Scorsese’s Academy Award-winning "The Aviator."



Jamie Farr's career took off as he played the cross-dressing Corporal Maxwell Klinger in "M*A*S*H." Wearing dresses in attempt to be discharged from service, his character went from being what was supposed to be a one-time episode and turned it into 11 seasons due to his popularity in the role. Farr has appeared in several movies, including "Cannonball Run" and "Cannonball Run II." He was also extremely popular with game shows, acting as a panelist in "The $25,000 Pyramid," "Super Password," "The Gong Show," "Match Game" and "Hollywood Squares" to name a few.



Loretta Swit won two Emmy's for her role as Major Margaret "Hot Lips" Houlihan on "M*A*S*H," and was one of four characters to remain through the show's entire run. Swit has guest starred in numerous TV series including "The Love Boat," "Match Game," "Pyramid," "Hollywood Squares," and also appeared in several instances on stage, including the Broadway shows "Same Time, Next Year" and "The Mystery of Edwin Drood."



William Christopher is best known for his role as Father Mulcahy on "M*A*S*H," where he starred throughout the show's run. In a career that began in off-Broadway productions and one show on Broadway, Christopher later headed west where his dreams to land in television lead to several guest starring appearances in shows such as "The Andy Griffith Show," "Good Times" and "The Love Boat." He also had recurring roles in "Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.," "That Girl" and "Hogan's Heroes."