Alexis Arquette
Since his breakthrough performance in Last Exit To Brooklyn in 1990, Alexis Arquette has been an active presence on the independent film scene. He has demonstrated his range by playing such roles as the nervous sharp shooter who succumbs to John Travolta's bullet in Pulp Fiction and the singing drag diva Eva Destruction in Wigstock. Arquette's other films include The Wedding Singer, Threesome, Grief, Frisk, Jumping at the Boneyard, and Of Mice and Men, directed by Gary Sinise. He is the brother of Patricia, Rosanna and David Arquette.

Maddie Corman
Maddie has appeared in numerous films including Some Kind of Wonderful, Ford Fairlane, My New Gun, Mr. Wrong, PCU, and Swingers. On television, she has been a regular on the TV series Mr. President (starring George C. Scott), All American Girl, and Tracy Ullman's daughter in Tracy Takes On... (a role she'll be reprising this season.) On stage, Maddie has worked on many Off-Broadway plays including Landscape of the Body and the Naked Angels' production of Gunplay. Currently, she is starring in Hugh Grant's new film, Mickey Blue Eyes.

Guillermo Diaz
Guillermo received critical acclaim for his work in Nigel Finch's Stonewall, a Strand release, which showcased him as the film's narrator, La Miranda. He can also be seen co starring in Gregg Araki's Nowhere. Additionally, Diaz has had leading roles in Party Girl, Girlstown, Breaking the Silence and No Exit. He also had a guest role on the television drama Law and Order (NBC) as Juan Domingo.

Marianne Hagan
Marianne starred in the sixth installment of the "Halloween" horror series, Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (Dimension Films) with the late great Donald Pleasance. Recently, she starred in the feature Pigeon Hole and appeared at the Longwharf Theatre in Douglas Carter Beane's play Country Club. Other plays include Autumn Romance (for which she received a Dramalogue Award) and Skyscraper at the Greenwich House Theatre in Manhattan. Her television credits include Friends, Law and Order, and New York News.

Jamie Harrold
Jamie has starred in I Shot Andy Warhol, Bed of Roses, Getting Away With Murder, and To Wong Foo Thanks For Everything Julie Newmar. He can also be seen in films including Amateur and Natural Born Killers. Harrold has been in such prestigious stage works as Eye of God and What's Eating Gilbert Grape. He was an acting finalist of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for best Dramatic Student Film, and a recipient of Philadelphia International Film Festival's Gold Award.

Christian Maelen
Christian's film credits include Ransom, starring Mel Gibson and Renee Russo, and the soon to be released Woo starring Jada Pinkett. I Think I Do is his first starring role. His television credits include New York Undercover and The Cosby Mysteries. Christian has been an active member of the Actors Studio for six years.

Lauren Velez
Lauren, who is a regular on the hit television show New York Undercover, can now be seen as Dr. Gloria Nathan, a prison doctor, in HBO's new OZ series. Velez's remarkable feature film debut in the acclaimed I Like It Like That earned her an Independent Spirit Award Nomination for Best Actress as well as a Desi Award Nomination. She also starred in City Hall with Al Pacino. Velez has played guest starring roles on the television series True Blue and The Cosby Mysteries, and on Broadway she has starred in Into the Woods, and Dreamgirls.

Tuc Watkins
Tuc received the 1996 Outstanding Male Scene Stealer Award for his role as David Vickers on ABC's One Life to Live. His television credits include a recurring role on ABC's C-16, NBC's Sisters, Melrose Place, General Hospital, and Fox's sketch comedy show, The Edge. Watkins received a Dramalogue Award for his role in Jack Heifner's Boy's Play, and is the co-founder of the Los Angeles based satirical theatre company, the All-U-Can-Eat Players.

Marni Nixon
Marni played Sister Sophia in the classic filmed adaptation of The Sound Of Music. Marni is also well known for having provided the singing voice for Hollywood's leading ladies of the 50's and 60's in films like West Side Story (singing for Natalie Wood) and My Fair Lady (singing for Audrey Hepburn). Marni is a cabaret performer and travels around the country throughout the year. This is her first film in more than 30 years.