Cast & Crew
Quantum Leap


From Addison to Ziggy!







 















Raymond Lee
as Dr. Ben Song



Lee also stars on AMC series “Kevin Can F*** Himself,” which is currently in it's second season. He was a series regular on Alan Ball’s HBO series “Here and Now.” Additional recurring roles include the HBO Max series “Made for Love,” Fox’s “Prodigal Son,” Amazon’s “Mozart in the Jungle” and ABC’s “Scandal.”

On film, he appeared in the box office smash “Top Gun: Maverick.”

Theater credits include the world premiere productions of “Vietgone” at Manhattan Theatre 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







“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 Studio of Acting and later trained with Bob Krakower.

In 2020 she was selected from over 40,000 applicants to join the ABC Discovers Talent Showcase cast, leading to the start of her professional career.
Nanrisa Lee
as Jenn Chou









Nanrisa Lee stars as Jenn Chou on the NBC drama "Quantum Leap." Chou 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, California, 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










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

Park is also an accomplished theater actor, most notably portraying the title role on the first Broadway national tour of "Hedwig and the Angry Inch."
Ernie Hudson
as Herbert Williams
aka "Magic"

Hudson recently reprised his signature character Winston Zeddemore in the new Jason Reitman movie "Ghostbusters: Afterlife" and wrapped the Bobby Farrelly-directed "Champions," opposite Woody Harrelson.

For television, Hudson executive produces and stars in the BET series "The Family Business" and will next be seen in the upcoming third season of Showtime's "City on a Hill." He will also appear in the Catherine Hardwicke film "Prisoner's Daughter," opposite Brian Cox and Kate Beckinsale. Hudson also starred on the award-winning Netflix series "Grace and Frankie."