|Jackson Tait (Allan Royal) - first appeared in "The Train"
|Peter (Eric Michael Zee) - first appeared in "The Train".
Married to Ming Na Wen, the voice of Disney's
"Mulan." Their first daughter was
born in 2000 and named Michaela.
|Paco (Ray Victor) - appeared in "Cattle Drive"
|Jesse (Casper Van Dien) - appeared in "Cattle Drive".
He is the 6th Casper in his family (his son
is the 7th). His father was a Navy commander/pilot;
both his grandfathers were in the military,
one as a Marine infantryman, the other as
a naval doctor. He attended Florida's Admiral
Farragut Academy, graduating third in command
of his class. He went to Florida State in
1988. There he became interested in acting
and moved to Los Angeles. He landed many
different TV series parts: Griffin Stone
in "Beverley Hill 90210" (1994)
and Ty Moody in "One Life to Live"
(1993). His son, Casper Robert Mitchum Van
Dien, was born in 1993; his daughters: Gracie
in 1996, Maya in 2001 and Celeste in 2003.
His movie credits have included the title
role in "James Dean: Race With Destiny"
(1997), and the lead (Johnny Rico) in Paul
Verhoeven's hit science-fiction adventure,
"Starship Troopers" (1997). He
became the 20th screen Tarzan in the Warner
Bros. Village Roadshow film "Tarzan
and the Lost City" (1998). He then starred
in "The Omega Code" with his wife
Catherine Oxenberg. Next came Tim Burton's
"Sleepy Hollow" with Johnny Depp.
|Charles (John Christian Graas) - appeared in "The Library".
Born in October of 1982.
|John (Richard Moll) - first appeared as a burn victim from
a train wreck in "Halloween 2,"
but returned as a train conductor in "For
Better or Worse". Richard Moll is probably
best recognized from his role as the bald-headed
bailiff "Bull" on the TV sitcom
Night Court. A native of California, Moll
attended the University of California at
Berkeley. He has numerous feature films and
guest appearances in popular TV shows to
his credit. Moll has toured the country in
a stage production of the Lincoln/Douglas
debates, and his performance has been hailed
by critics as the "definitive"
Abraham Lincoln. In an ironic twist, Moll
was a member of the Kappa Alpha Order, Alpha
Xi fraternity while in college--a fraternity
that considers Confederate General Robert
E. Lee to have been its spiritual founder.
|President Grant (Dennis Lipscomb) - appeared in "A Washington Affair". Leading and supporting
actor Dennis Lipscomb has been appearing
in films since the early eighties. Trained
as a Shakespearian stage actor, Lipscomb
first starring role was the lead in Union
City (1980), a film about the 1930s with
mobsters and nazi criminals. After co-starring
in Love Child (1982), he took other lead
roles in the ghost story Eyes of Fire (1983)
and the thriller, Retribution (1988) in 1988.
But Lipscomb's more significant roles have
included him in supporting parts in major
motion pictures including "War Games",
"A Soldier's Story", "Crossroads",
"The First Power" and Steven Seagal's
action hit film "Under Seige".
|Julia Grant (Kathleen Lloyd) - appeared in "A Washington Affair".
Sometimes credited as Kathleen Gackle and
|General Parker (Gregory Sierra) - appeared in "A Washington Affair".
Although he had a noticable accent on Barney
Miller and Sanford and Son, Sierra appeared
in the All in the Family episode "Archie
is Branded" without any accent at all.
|Senator Moses (Lloyd Bochner) - appeared in "A Washington Affair".
Father of Hart Bochner, he was originally
hired to play C.C. Capwell on the daytime
soap "Santa Barbara" (1984) but
was forced to leave the series before it
debuted on television as he suffered a heart
attack. He did star in "To Serve Man,"
one of the most popular episodes of "The
Twilight Zone" ever produced.
|Senator Steward (Nicholas Pryor) - appeared in "A Washington Affair".
Born in Baltimore, Maryland in 1935.
|Judd McCoy (Joel Brooks) - appeared in "Money Trouble".
Born in December of 1949.
|Carey McGee (Kristin Davis) - appeared in "Thanksgiving".
She moved to Columbia, South Carolina, when
her father, a psychology professor, transferred
to the university there. She later attended
Rutgers University, and upon graduation moved
to New York, where she began working in classical
and contemporary theater, as well as commercials.
Before her arrival on "Melrose Place"
(1992), Kristin and a friend opened a yoga
studio. She still enjoys yoga in her free
time, as well as spinning and running. She
resides in Los Angeles. She was written out
of "Melrose Place" in 1996 after
only being with the show a year, reportedly
because the viewers hated her character,
Brooke so much and the writers did not know
what to do with her. Her parents divorced
when she was a baby, and she was adopted
by her stepfather shortly after he married
her mother in 1968. She enjoys a wide variety
of music, from 'Dave Matthews, to Brazilian
music, to Joni Mitchell-type folk music and
even Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. She graduated
from Rutger's University where her father
was a psychology professor. Her hobbies include
Yoga, Baking and Hiking. Her childhood hero
was Gloria Steinem. She wanted to be an actress
from age 10 when she was cast in a community
theater production of "Snow White and
the Seven Dwarfs".
|Brandon McGee (Pepper Sweeney) - appeared in "Thanksgiving"
|Carl (Patrick St. Esprit) - appeared in "Ladies' Night"
|Jared McAllister (Johnny Moran) - appeared in "Ladies' Night".
Johnny Moran was primarily raised in Hickory
Hills, Illinois, while spending his summers
in Ocean City, Maryland with his grandparents.
By age 16, after the divorce of his parents,
Johnny was pretty much on his own. His first
move was to leave the stuffy private high
school he attended for two years, so that
he could enroll in the local public high
school, and participate in their acting classes.
After a few plays at community theaters,
he ventured off into the big city of Chicago
and signed with his first agent. Three years
later, he was filming his first feature,
and doing his first professional play, when
a talent agent from Los Angeles encouraged
him to move out West. He is a Second Degree
Black Belt in Hapkido, which he earned under
Grand Master Bong Soo Han, and credits the
martial arts for teaching him the perseverance
it takes to succeed in the entertainment
business. When not acting, he is usually
teaching or training at one of his martial
art schools; the American Hapkido Academy
in Santa Clarita, or Mushindo - The Art of
No Fear in North Hollywood.
|Itzhak (Bruce Nozick) - appeared in "A First Christmas"
|Zara (Bari Hochwald) - appeared in "A First Christmas".
Born in New York City.
|Aaron (J. D. Daniels) - appeared in "A First Christmas".
Born in Mineloa, New York in 1980.
|Superintendent Hazen (James Sloyan) - first appeared in "Indian Agent".
James Sloyan was born in Indianapolis, Indiana,
But his family moved to Europe when he was
a young boy. James has lived in Rome, Capri,
Milan, Switzerland and Ireland, When he was
17 his family moved back to the States and
settled in upstate New York, where he managed
a Theater. He received a scholarship to the
American Academy of Dramatic Arts and after
two years he went to work for Joseph Papp
at the New York Shakespeare Festival. in
1962 James was drafted into the army, after
4 years he returned to the NYSF and performed
in 28 plays and choreographed all the onstage
fights. James also did the origional off-Broadway
play, One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest.
|Lillian Cooper (Kaitlin Hopkins) - appeared in "Cooper vs. Quinn".
Her step-father is the British playwright
John Hopkins. She is the daughter of Shirley
Knight, and was engaged to Judge Reinhold
in 1993. She is also the stepsister of writer
Sophie C. Hopkins.
|Sam Lindsay (Eve Brenner) - appeared in "Pike's Peace"
|Belle Starr (Melissa Clayton) - appeared in "Baby Outlaws"
|Mr. Daggett (Arthur Taxier) - appeared in "Permanence of Change"
|Mary Ann Daggett (Doren Fein) - appeared in "Permanence of Change"
|No Harm Comes to Him (Sean Price-McConnell) - appeared in "Washita"