ARYE GROSS (HENRY HART) most recently worked opposite Tom Cruise in Steven Spielberg's Minority Report. Gross' film career highlights include Keith Gordon's A Midnight Clear with Gary Sinise, Ethan Hawke and Peter Berg, Tony Spiridakis' Tinseltown with Ron Perlman and Joe Pantoliano, Reptile Man, Coupe de Ville, and Robert Towne's Tequila Sunrise with Mel Gibson, Kurt Russell and Michelle Pfeiffer.

This spring Gross also starred in Citizen Bains, John Wells' (West Wing, ER) new pilot, with James Cromwell. Additional television credits include a regular role on the ABC sitcom Ellen and the ABC pilot The Player. Gross has guest-starred on numerous other shows, including the ABC drama Once and Again, the Fox hit series The X-Files, CBS's Judging Amy and the NBC hits Friends, ER, and Just Shoot Me.

On stage, Gross has appeared in productions at The Mark Taper Forum, The Los Angeles Theatre Center, the Odyssey Theatre, and Stages Theatre Center in Los Angeles, where he is the managing creative director.

 

ERIC SCHWEIG (PIKE DEXTER) recently starred in Chris Eyre's (Smoke Signals) new film Skins opposite Graham Greene. Schweig made his screen debut in Robert Bouvier's The Shaman's Source. His many film credits include Michael Mann's The Last of the Mohicans with Daniel-Day Lewis, Madeleine Stowe and Russell Means, Roland Joffe's The Scarlet Letter, Peter Medak's Pontiac Moon and Disney's Tom and Huck.

Schweig's television work includes roles in Alliance Productions' Due South, TNT Network's Broken Chain and RHI Entertainment's mini-series Dead Man's Walk.

 

TIM DEKAY (DEAN STEWART) first garnered attention for his role in the acclaimed HBO film If These Walls Could Talk. Most recently DeKay appeared in Dominic Sena's Swordfish with John Travolta, Halle Berry and Don Cheadle and The Third Wheel, starring Ben Affleck and Denise Richards.

DeKay also recently starred opposite Jenny McCarthy in the new television pilot Honey Viccaro. He has guest-starred on numerous television series including ABC's Ellen and The Practice and HBO's hit comedy The Larry Sanders Show. DeKay is probably best known for his recurring roles as Dr. Paul Thomas on Party of Five, the character of Mitchell on Sports Night and as "Bizarro Jerry" on Seinfeld.

 

LOUISE FLETCHER (GRACE CORNWELL) is best known for her portrayal of Nurse Ratched, opposite Jack Nicholson in Milos Foreman's One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, for which she won an Academy Award for Best Actress in 1976 and the Best Actress Award from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts.

More recently Fletcher has appeared in Cruel Intentions with Sarah Michelle Geller, Reese Witherspoon and Ryan Phillipe, Scott Elliot's A Map of the World with Sigourney Weaver and Julianne Moore, and Tony Vitale's Very Mean Men with Matthew Modine, Martin Landau and Ben Gazzara.

 

GEORGE COE (SAM HART) recently starred in Peter O'Fallen's A Rumor of Angles with Vanessa Redgrave and Ray Liotta, and Diamond Men with Robert Forester and Donnie Wahlberg. His many screen credits include Disney's The Mighty Ducks, Blake Edwards' Blind Date, Cousins and the Academy Award winning Kramer vs. Kramer.

Coe's television work includes roles on such popular dramas as The Practice, LA Law, Law and Order and Thirty Something. Coe has also appeared on numerous sitcoms, among them The Nanny, Murphy Brown, The Tracy Ullman Show, Night Court and Moonlighting.

 

NAN MARTIN (WIDOW THAYER) was seen last year in Robert Zemekis's Cast Away opposite Academy Award winners Tom Hanks and Helen Hunt. This year she's working opposite Gwyneth Paltrow, Jack Black and Jason Alexander in the Farrelley brothers' new comedy Shallow Hal. Her credits include Rob Reiner's All of Me, Forever Lulu and most memorably, Goodbye Columbus.

Martin's television highlights include guest appearances on ABC's The Practice, NBC's Suddenly Susan, the classic Twilight Zone, Golden Girls and she recurs regularly on the ABC hit The Drew Carey Show.

 

O'NEAL COMPTON (JIM SOAMS) most recently worked on Duets with Gwyneth Paltrow and Scott Speedman and Ted Demme's Life, starring opposite Eddie Murphy and Martin Lawrence. His notable film credits include Mike Nichols' Primary Colors with John Travolta, Emma Thompson and Kathy Bates, Mimi Leder's Deep Impact, Michael Apted's Nell with Jodi Foster, and Oliver Stone's Nixon.

In addition to his extensive film credits, Compton has appeared on numerous television shows, including; The Single Guy, Coach, Home Improvement, The Wonder Years and in a recurring role on Seinfeld.

 

CORINNE BOHRER (ANNA RUDOLPH) starred most recently in Bob Weis,' Inconceivable for which she won a Best Actress Award at the 1999 Santa Monica Film Festival. Her prior film credits include Manny Coto's Star Kid, Vice Versa opposite Judge Reinhold and Fred Savage, Police Academy IV, and Richard Benjamin's My Favorite Year with Peter O'Toole and Bill Macy.

Bohrer's television work includes roles on Fox's Partners, CBS's Double Rush and NBC's ER. She's also starred in several series pilots, including ABC's Daisy's Mom, CBS's Nowhere Fast and the NBC drama We'll Take Manhattan.

 

VEANNE COX (MARY MARGARET) recently shot Marci X, written by Paul Rudnick and starring Lisa Kudrow and Damon Wayans. She also appeared in last year's acclaimed Erin Brockovich opposite Academy Award winner Julia Roberts and directed by Stephen Soderberg. She's also appeared in Hal Hartley's Henry Fool and Nora Ephron's You've Got Mail, among many other screen credits.

Cox is best known for her extensive theater work. She recently starred in the new Neil Simon play The Dinner Party on Broadway, with Henry Winkler and John Ritter. She also appeared in two plays by Nicky Silver, The Altruist and The Food Chain. She received both Tony and Drama Desk Award nominations for the role of Amy in the recent Broadway revival of Stephen Sondheim's Company.

Cox's television credits include ABC/Disney's production of the musical Cinderella, Caroline in the City, The Norm Show, Madigan Men and Seinfeld.