Drew Barrymore (Sally Jackson) has been acting in feature films for nearly two decades, following her feature film debut in "Altered States" with her unforgettable role as Gertie in one of the most successful motion pictures of all time -- Steven Spielberg's "E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial." Most recently, Barrymore has starred in Andy Tennant's "Ever After," opposite Angelica Houston; the hit romantic comedy "The Wedding Singer," opposite Adam Sandler; Woody Allen's ensemble musical, "Everyone Says I Love You"; and in Wes Craven's horror film blockbuster, "Scream."

Following Barrymore's role in "E.T." (which garnered her a Youth In Film Award and a British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award nomination for Most Outstanding Newcomer), she starred in such films as Stephen King's "Firestarter," "Irreconcilable Differences" (Golden Globe nomination for Best Supporting Actress), "Stephen King's Cat's Eye" (written expressly for her) and "See You in the Morning." More recent film credits include "Gun Crazy" (Golden Globe nomination), "Poison Ivy," "Bad Girls," "Boys on the Side," "Mad Love" and "Batman Forever."

Barrymore's television work includes the telefeatures "The Amy Fisher Story," "15 and Getting Straight," "Suddenly Love," "Bogie," "Babes in Toyland," "A Conspiracy of Love" and the television series "2000 Malibu Road."

Through her own production company, Flower Films, Barrymore and her producing partner, Nancy Juvonen, have a two-year, first-look production deal at Fox 2000, where they recently completed production on their first film, "Never Been Kissed."

Catherine O'Hara (Mrs. Lever) first began making audiences laugh on the ground-breaking comedy series "SCTV," which earned her an Emmy Award for writing. Later, O'Hara directed the SCTV on stage in Canada.

Her film credits include "Home Alone," "Home Alone 2: Lost in New York," "Beetlejuice," "After Hours," "Dick Tracy," "Tall Tale," "A Simple Twist of Fate," "Heartburn," "Little Vegas," "The Paper," "There Goes the Neighborhood" and the recent "Waiting for Guffman" and TNT's "Hope," directed by Goldie Hawn. She also provided the voices of Sally and Shock in the critically hailed animated film "Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas."

O'Hara directed an episode of television's "Dream On," an episode of "Outer Limits" and also wrote, co-starred and co-directed "P.M.S.," a short film for "Late Night with David Letterman." O'Hara will next be seen in the feature "The Last of the High Kings."

Luke Wilson (Dorian Montier) made his film debut in the James Brooks' production "Bottle Rocket," which also starred his brother, Owen. The Dallas, Texas native attended Occidental College, where he was encouraged by his drama teacher to pursue acting as a profession.

Wilson was recently seen in Guy Ferland's "Telling Lies In America," starring Kevin Bacon, Brad Renfro and Calista Flockhart, and had a cameo role in Wes Craven's "Scream 2." His other feature credits include Tamara Davis' ensemble drama, "Best Men" (which also stars Drew Barrymore and Dean Cain), and Richard Sears' "Bongwater," starring alongside Alicia Witt and Amy Locane. His current projects include Bruce McCulloch's "Dog Park," also starring Janeane Garofalo and Natasha Henstridge, and Wes Anderson's (writer/director of "Bottle Rocket") "Rushmore," starring Bill Murray. He will also be seen in Jay Russell's screen adaptation of Pulitzer Prize-winning author Willie Morris' "My Dog Skip," opposite Kevin Bacon for Warner Bros.

Jake Busey (Angus Montier) made his motion picture debut at the age of five in "Straight Time," but it wasn't until he was in his teens that he decided to make acting a career.

His most recent credits include pilot Ace Levy in Paul Verhoeven's "Starship Troopers," the dangerous religious zealot in "Contact," a scientist in the blockbuster "Twister" and as "The Grim Reaper" in "The Frighteners." Prior to that, he starred in the Jeffrey Levy feature "SFW" and received critical acclaim for his performances in "Motorcycle Gang" and "Rebel Highway," a John Milius film which aired on Showtime and received three CableACE nominations.

Busey's other film credits include "I'll Do Anything," "The Stoned Age" and the short film "The Footshooting Party," opposite Leonardo DiCaprio. Busey also starred in one of the final episodes of HBO's "Tales from the Crypt," in "Shimmer" for American Playhouse and the ABC mini-series "Cruel Doubt." He will also be seen in the Showtime film "Black Cat Run," with Patrick Muldoon.

Shelley Duvall (Ms. Jackson) was seen in Jane Campion's "The Portrait of a Lady" and will soon be seen in "Space Cadet" and "Twilight of the Ice Nymphs." Her other upcoming projects include "Talos the Mummy," directed by Russell Mulcahy and starring Jason Scott Lee.

Discovered by Robert Altman while she was attending college in Houston, Texas, Duvall made her film debut in Altman's "Brewster McCloud" and went on to work with the director on six other films, including "McCabe and Mrs. Miller," "Thieves Like Us," "Nashville," "Buffalo Bill and the Indians," "Three Women" (for which she won the Best Actress Award at the Cannes Film Festival and the L.A. Film Critics Award) and as Olive Oyl in "Popeye."

She made an indelible impression opposite Jack Nicholson in Stanley Kubrick's "The Shining," and had cameo roles in Woody Allen's "Annie Hall" and Terry Gilliam's "Time Bandits." Her other feature credits include "Roxanne," written by and starring Steve Martin and directed by Fred Schepisi.

Duvall also served as creator and executive producer of five award-winning family television series, including "Faerie Tale Theatre" and "Shelley Duvall's Tall Tales and Legends." She was also recently seen in the Showtime movie "Alone," opposite Hume Cronyn.