KEENEN IVORY WAYANS (Sgt. James Dunn/Writer/Producer) has catapulted
to national prominence as an actor, writer, director and producer. Perhaps
best known to audiences as the executive producer, writer and star of the
Emmy Award-winning comedy television series "In Living Color,"
he recently returned to television's variety lineup as the producer and
host of his own late-night Talk/Variety show "The Keenen Ivory Wayans
Among his feature film credits, Wayans wrote the screenplay for, starred
in and made his directorial debut with I'm Gonna Git You, Sucka; wrote,
directed and starred in A Low Down Dirty Shame; and produced Don't Be a
Menace to South Central While Drinkin' Your Juice in the Hood. Wayans first
garnered audience attention as the co-star and author of the critically
acclaimed comedy film, Hollywood Shuffle, which he co-wrote with Robert
Townsend. His most recent foray into the action genre was The Glimmer Man,
in which he starred opposite Steven Seagal.
JON VOIGHT (General Adam Woodward/Lt. Colonel Grant Casey) starred in four
films this past year, including Mission Impossible, Heat, Rosewood and Anaconda.
He will next be seen opposite Sean Penn and Nick Nolte in Oliver Stone's
U-Turn, and in December, he will appear with Danny DeVito and Matt Damon
in Francis Ford Coppola's film adaptation of John Grisham's novel The Rainmaker.
Voight's acting career began on Broadway in such productions as "The
Sound of Music," "A View From the Bridge" and "That
Summer -- That Fall." While he was performing on-stage, he was cast
in his first feature, Midnight Cowboy, with Dustin Hoffman, which garnered
him an Oscar nomination.
He later went on to create memorable screen roles in such films as Deliverance,
The Odessa File and Conrack.
In 1978, Voight starred in Coming Home with Jane Fonda, which earned him
an Academy Award and the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor. His additional
film credits include The Champ; Lookin' to Get Out, which he also produced;
Table for Five; Runaway Train, for which he received his third Oscar nomination;
and Desert Bloom.
His television credits include the mini-series "Return to Lonesome
Dove" and the motion picture for television "The Last of His Tribe,"
which earned Voight a Cable Ace award. He also starred in the Showtime original
drama "Convict Cowboy" and made his directorial debut with "Tin
Soldier," also for Showtime.
JILL HENNESSY (Dr. Victoria Constantini), an actress who is gaining increasing
attention, makes her feature film debut in a starring role in Most Wanted.
Most recently, she appeared in A Smile Like Yours, starring Greg Kinnear
and Lauren Holly.
Hennessy recently wrapped production on Dead Broke, in which she co-stars
with Paul Sorvino, Tony Roberts and John Glover. Currently, she is working
on Chutney Popcorn, which is written and directed by Nisha Ganatra.
Her feature film credits include Dead Ringers, I Shot Andy Warhol, The Paper
and Robocop III.
Hennessy is also well known as Assistant D.A. Claire Kincaid on television's
award-winning series Law and Order, which was nominated three years in a
row by the Screen Actors Guild for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble
in a Drama Series. Her other television credits include "Flying Blind,"
"Counterstrike," "Friday the 13th," "Magic Hour,"
"The Hitchhiker," "Men" and "Street Legal."
Hennessy has also appeared on Broadway in "The Buddy Holly Story"
and off-Broadway in "Those Summer Nights When the Dark Comes Late."
PAUL SORVINO, (CIA Deputy Director Rackmill) a 35-year veteran who has worked
in film, theater, television and opera, has played a wide variety of roles,
ranging from the bellowing Southern preacher in Oh, God to the deaf Chicago
Lawyer in the award-winning made-for-television movie, "Dummy."
Sorvino has appeared in more than 30 motion pictures, including Baz Luhrmann's
Romeo and Juliet, Nixon, The Firm, Goodfellas, That Championship Season,
Reds, The Rocketeer and Dick Tracy. Most recently, he starred in the action-comedy
Money Talks, opposite Chris Tucker and Charlie Sheen.
He will next appear in the independent film American Perfect, as well as
Love Is All There Is, opposite Joe Bologna, and Warren Beatty's Bullworth
On television, Sorvino was a series regular on the hit NBC series "Law
and Order," and he starred in such telefilms as "The Escape Clause,"
"Behind Bars," "Tell Laura I Love Her," "Perry
Mason: The Case of the Wicked Wives," "Don't Touch My Daughter"
and "The Oldest Rookie."
On-Broadway, he achieved instant success for his award-winning performance
in "That Championship Season," followed by Murray Schisgal's "An
American Millionaire" and "The Glorious Ones." Sorvino also
received praise for his work directing the Broadway play "Wheelbarrow
Closers," in addition to producing, directing and starring in the Off-Broadway
play, "Marlon Brando Sat Right Here." He made his Broadway debut
In addition to his acting skills, Sorvino is a talented musician, sculptor,
painter and opera singer. In 1981, he made his operatic debut singing the
role of Alfred in "Die Fledermaus" with the Seattle Opera Company.
He has also published a book entitled How to Become a Former Asthmatic.
ERIC ROBERTS' (Assistant Deputy Director Spencer) exceptional talent has
led to Academy Award and Golden Globe nominations for his performance in
Runaway Train, as well as Golden Globe nominations for his work in King
of the Gypsies and Star 80.
He recently received critical acclaim for his starring role in the motion
picture It's My Party, as well as the Emmy-nominated television remake of
Truman Capote's "In Cold Blood." Roberts also recently appeared
in the Emmy-nominated mini-series "The Odyssey" for director Andrei
Konchalovsky, with whom Roberts worked on Runaway Train.
Roberts will next be seen starring as the head of a special FBI division
that deals exclusively with high profile cases in the dramatic television
series "C-16:FBI," which debuts on ABC on September 27.
His additional film credits include The Pope of Greenwich Village, Raggedy
Man, The Coca Cola Kid, Nobody's Fool, Miss Lonely Hearts, Final Analysis,
Heaven's Prisoners, The Nature of the Beast and The Specialist.
Having appeared in nearly 100 plays, Roberts distinguished his theater career
with a Theater World Award for his role in "Burn This."
ROBERT CULP (Donald Bickhart) is one of America's best-recognized actors,
having starred in a variety of classic television series, including "Trackdown;"
the original "I Spy," for which he earned three Emmy nominations
for Best Actor; and "The Greatest American Hero." Among his feature
film credits are The Pelican Brief, Spy Hard, Turk 182, Hickey and Boggs,
Hannie Caulder, PT 109 and Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice.
He has also made a variety of guest appearances for such popular television
shows as "The Nanny," "Lois & Clark," "Golden
Girls," "Columbo," "Police Story," "Walker,
Texas Ranger" and "Wings."
A talented stage actor, Culp has performed On-Broadway in such productions
as "A Clearing in The Woods" and "The Prescott Proposal."
His performance in "He Who Gets Slapped" earned him an Obie Award.
WOLFGANG BODISON (Captain Steve Braddock) made his feature debut when he
was cast in Rob Reiner's A Few Good Men.
Among his other film credits, he starred in Good Bye America, The 'M' Word,
Freeway and The Expert, as well as Little Big League, The Big Gig and Criminal
He has also appeared in the television movies "Dark Skies," "Rise
and Walk: The Dennis Byrd Story," and guest starred on such popular
series as "ER," "Murder She Wrote" and "Highlander: