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NICK STAHL (James Reedy) was born and raised in Harlingen, Texas, and knew from a very young age he wanted to make his living as an actor. After appearances in two television films, the 12-year-old was chosen over hundreds of others by first-time director Mel Gibson to star in The Man Without a Face.

Over the next few years, Stahl starred in several features and movies for television, and successfully made the often difficult transition from child to adult actor. He appeared in an all-star cast for director Terrence Malick in The Thin Red Line; and was nominated along with his fellow cast members for Outstanding Performance by the Cast of a Theatrical Motion Picture by the Screen Actors Guild for In the Bedroom. He also has been nominated for a Golden Satellite Award and a Saturn Award for his work on the HBO series Carnivàle. Among his other credits are starring roles in blockbuster films such as Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines and Frank Miller's Sin City.

ANNASOPHIA ROBB (Tara) booked her first radio voice-over commercial at age 8 and went on to become one of the most sought-after young actors in film and television today. She made her motion picture debut opposite Jeff Daniels in Wayne Wang's Because of Winn-Dixie, and followed that with her starring role as champion gum-chewer Violet Beauregard in Tim Burton's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory starring Johnny Depp. She has since been seen in features including Bridge to Terabithia, Doubting Thomas and The Reaping opposite Hilary Swank and directed by Stephen Hopkins. She will next be seen in Have Dreams, Will Travel with Val Kilmer, Matthew Modine, Lara Flynn Boyle and Heather Graham and in the science fiction thriller Jumper with Hayden Christensen and Samuel L. Jackson.

Robb's television credits include the leading role in "Samantha: An American Girl Holiday,” a guest starring role as Liza in Nickelodeon's "Drake and Josh” and the recurring role of Danielle in Nickelodeon's "Danny Phantom.”


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