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Robyn Lively

Robyn Lively is familiar to television audiences for her regular roles in the series "Chicago Hope," "Doogie Howser, M.D," "Against the Grain," "Young Indiana Jones," "Twin Peaks," "Freshman Dorm" and "Boone." Her other television work includes her Emmy nominated role as Best Actress in the afterschool special "Less Than Perfect Daughter." She also co-starred in the telefilms "In Sickness and In Health," "Crazy From the Heart," "Teen Angel Returns," "Not Quite Human" and "Fuzzbucket." Lively starred in the feature films "Dream a Little Dream II," "Teen Witch," "Buckeye" and "Karate Kid III" as well as co-starring in "Wildcats" and "Best of Times."


Jamie Luner

Jamie Luner has been acting longer than her young years would seem, having appeared regularly on the series "Just the Ten of Us," "Growing Pains" and "Wide World of Kids." She also guest-starred in the series "Diagnosis Murder," "Reasonable Doubts," "Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventures" as well as appearing in the telefilms "To Sell a Child," "Why My Daughter?" and "Rules of Marriage." Luner starred in the feature films "Confessions of a Sorority Girl" for Showtime, "The St. Tammany Miracle" and co-starred in "Tryst."


Shannon Sturges

Best recognized for her role as Molly Brinker on the daytime drama "Days of Our Lives," Shannon Sturges went on to guest star in numerous prime time television series, including "Walker, Texas Ranger," "Doogie Howser, M.D.," "Growing Pains," "Herman's Head," "Extreme" and "Vanishing Son." Sturges also co-starred in the telefilms "Brotherhood of the Gun" and "One Stormy Night." In feature films, she starred in "Social Suicide," "My Sister in This House" and co-starred in "Mr. Wright," "Desire and Hell at Sunset Motel" and will soon be seen in the upcoming "At First Sight."


David Gail

Best known for his role as Brenda's fiancee Stuart in "Beverly Hills, 90210," David Gail also starred in the series "Robin's Hoods" and "Round Table." His other television work includes guest-starring roles in such series as "Matlock," "Murder, She Wrote," "Doogie Howser, M.D." and "Growing Pains." He costarred in the feature films "The Pack" and "The Annunciation."


Paul Satterfield

Paul Satterfield had regular roles in the prime time series "Hotel Malibu" and the daytime drama "General Hospital." His other television work includes guest starring roles in the series "Murder One," "Hope & Gloria," "Beverly Hills, 90210," "Cheers," "Hunter," "Burke's Law" and numerous others. Satterfield also starred in the feature films "Arena" and "Creepshow II."


Beth Toussaint

Beth Toussaint has worked extensively on television, guest-starring in such series as "Melrose Place," "Matlock," "Cheers," "Growing Pains," "Star Trek: The Next Generation," "Mann & Machine," "The Commish" and "Babylon 5," among others. She also had regular role in the long-running series "Dallas." Toussaint also co-starred in such telefilms as "Return of Hunter," "Breach of Contract," "Lady Boss" and "Blackmail."


Ray Wise

Fearfully recognized as the murderous Leland Palmer in "Twin Peaks," Ray Wise has worked extensively on television and in feature films. He starred in the mini-series "Liz: The Elizabeth Taylor Story" and has a recurring role as Garry's Shandling's attorney in the award-winning HBO series "The Larry Sanders Show." In feature films, Wise currently co-stars in "Powder" and has been in such films as "Rising Sun," "Bob Roberts," "The Journey of Natty Gann," "The Chase" and "Robocop." Wise has starred in over 85 stage productions, - including Broadway performances of "Romeo and Juliet" and "Tartuffe." His role as Yank Smith in O'Neill's "The Hairy Ape" garnered critical acclaim and in 1983, he received an OBIE Award for his work in Sam Shepard's "The Tooth of Crime."

 


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