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Sarah Jessica Parker

Sarah appeared in the Broadway productions of "The Innocents," "The Sound of Music" (along with four of her siblings), and "Annie" (she started as orphan July before becoming the third Broadway Annie). Subsequently, she was cast as one of the lead roles in the 1982 sitcom "Square Pegs." Some of her films include “Footloose,” “Firstborn,” “Girls Just Want to Have Fun,” “L.A. Story,” “Honeymoon in Vegas,” “Hocus Pocus,” “Ed Wood,” “Miami Rhapsody,” “The First Wives Club,” “If Lucy Fell,” “Mars Attacks!” “Strangers With Candy,” “The Family Stone,” and “Failure To Launch.” She starred in the off-Broadway play, "Sylvia," and the Broadway musicals, "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" and "Once Upon a Mattress." Her most notable role to date is as Manhattan sex-columnist Carrie Bradshaw in the HBO series "Sex and the City" for which she won a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy 2000.

Dara Brown

Dara Brown is the anchor and senior producer for MSNBC.com’s original programming. Additionally, she hosts “Video Headlines,” “Business Headlines,” "TechWatch" and "The Week in Video."  Dara can also be seen anchoring on MSNBC-TV, CNBC-TV and hosting NBC's "Early Today."

Martha Byrne

Martha began her career at the age of ten with a two-year run on the Broadway stage as July in the musical, “Annie.” Her film credits include adaptations of children’s novels, “The Eyes of the Amaryllis” and “Anna to the Infinite Power.”  She also starred in the CBS Movies of the Week, “Drop-out Father” with Dick Van Dyke and “He’s Fired, She’s Hired” with Wayne Rogers, as well as the ABC mini-series, “The Hamptons” and the TV series, “In the Heat of the Night.” On television, Martha presently appears in the role of Lily Snyder on the CBS Daytime Drama, “As The World Turns.” She has received eight Emmy nominations and received Emmys in 2001 for Outstanding Lead Actress and in 1987 for Outstanding Ingénue.

Joanna Pacitti

Joanna was chosen on August 8, 1996 to star in the 20th Anniversary Production of the award winning musical 'Annie'. After an exhausting nationwide talent search which tested the talents of over two thousand girls, she played the starring role of 'Annie' to rave reviews and packed houses across the nation. But after a few months with the national touring production, she was fired before the show hit Broadway by producers.In 2003, she appeared on MTV’s True Life, which followed a trio of kids trying to break into the music business. She has appeared on some soundtracks, including Legally Blonde in 2001 and a five track promotional CD released with Mattel's My Scene - Chelsea Spring Break (Series 2), called "My Scene -Chelsea Mix." In 2002, the Taiwanese girl group S.H.E made a cover of her song "Watch Me Shine." She sang the song "Out From Under" on the Bratz Soundtrack, which Britney Spears covered on her 2008 album Circus. In May 2006, her first single, "Let It Slide", was released under Geffen Records and went to radio at the end of June. Her debut album, This Crazy Life was released on August 15th. As of September 2007, she is no longer signed with Geffen Records. Joanna will be a contestant on the 2009 season of "American Idol."

Danielle Brisebois

Danielle made her Broadway debut as the youngest orphan, Molly, in the original production of “Annie.” Her Broadway success turned into TV fame, as Brisebois played Stephanie Mills on “All in the Family” and the spin-off, “Archie Bunker’s Place,” for which – at age 11 – she earned a Golden Globe nomination for Best Supporting Actress in a Television Comedy.  Currently, Danielle is a songwriter and music producer. She co-wrote the song, “Just Missed the Train,” for Kelly Clarkson’s album “Thankful.” Danielle also produced the Mandy Moore-John Foreman duet version of “Someday We’ll Know,” for the film and soundtrack “A Walk to Remember.”  She also saw her work recorded by high-profile pop artists Clay Aiken (“Perfect Day”), among others.  In addition to the title track, “Unwritten,” Danielle also contributed the songs “Drop Me in the Middle” and “We’re All Mad” to Natasha Bedingfield’s album.  Recently, Danielle returned to the studio with Bedingfield to record the follow-up to “Unwritten.”                                                          

Allison Smith

At the age of 9, Allison appeared in the children’s chorus for the original Broadway production of “Evita.” While appearing in “Evita,” she auditioned against thousands of hopeful girls and was chosen for the title role in “Annie.” She performed the role the longest with over 1,000 performances before her run ended in September 1982. Allison Smith starred on CBS’ Emmy award winning comedy, “Kate & Allie,” as Jennie Lowell, the daughter of Jane Curtin. Her television work includes NBC's “Sweet Justice,” ABC's “Wasteland,” and the leads in ABC's “Spy Game” and CBS’s “Buddy Faro.” She is most known for her role as Mallory O’Brien on NBC’s Emmy winning and critically acclaimed drama, “The West Wing.” Recently, she appeared in the pilot episode of TNT's series "The Closer." She has also appeared on "Scrubs," "House M.D.," "Close To Home" and and "State of Mind."                       


Harve Presnell

Harve made his Broadway debut in the musical, “The Unsinkable Molly Brown,” with Tammy Grimes. He recreated his role in the film version starring Debbie Reynolds. His other film roles include the rugged western, “The Glory Guys,” “When the Boys Meet the Girls,” and “Paint Your Wagon.” In 1979, Harve starred in the Broadway musical "Annie" as Daddy Warbucks and reprised his role in the failed 90s sequel "Annie II: Miss Hannigan's Revenge," later retitled "Annie Warbucks."More recently, he starred as the righteous, dominating, ill-fated father-in-law of William H. Macy in the Coen brothers' cult film, “Fargo.” Other films include “Larger Than Life,” “The Whole Wide World,” “The Chamber,” “Face/Off,” “Saving Private Ryan,” “The Legend of Bagger Vance,” “Mr. Deeds,” “Old School,” and  “Flags of Our Father.”

Ana Lovelis

Ana began her career in the Broadway musical, “Annie.” She fronted a speed ukulele punk band "Uke til you Puke" and has collaborated with such modern professionals pop songwriters as The Matrix, Matthew Gerrard, Shep and Kenny, and others. In the summer of 2004, she and her band DOXY entered and won Playboy.com's "America's Best Unsigned Band" contest with their hit, "Mother of A Hit Song." She has had songs in three independent films and is currently working on a screenplay based on her life titled "Bipolar Girl," as well as a book of short stories and poems entitled, "Drinking Bullets While Drowning on Mars."

FULL CAST LIST in alphabetical order

Jennine Babo     

William Berloni  

Theda Stemler Blackwood 

Mollie Hall Boulware         

Danielle Brisebois

Arlene Kulis Brothers

Dara Brown

Martha Byrne         

Nancy Carson               

Martin Charnin                

Kristi Coombs

Molly Copsey

Michele de Cuir 

Dana Dewes                                                           

Nicole Francis                

Michele Graham           

Peter Howard                                       

Louie Kahn

Stefanie Ann Kahn 

Bridget Kavanagh

Rosanne Kavanagh                      

Sarah Kavanagh

Kathy Raicht              

Peter Lawrence               

Aspen Lee

Jackson Lee          

Roxanne Lee        

April Lerman                               

Mary K. Lombardi   


Ana Lovelis   

Robert Marks               

Jon Merrill     

Monica Miller 

Robyn Finn-Moosey                                                          

Senta Moses     

Joanna Pacitti               

Sarah Jessica Parker           

Kim Parks   

Cameron Randall Phillips                

Harve Presnell   

Kristan Sauter

Karen Maria Schleifer                              

Allison Smith     

Julie Stevens                        

Charles Strouse                       

Kristin Vigard                         

Emily Rose Vigard-Pleis

Stephanie Vine               

Mimi Wallace               

Deborah Watson