Dream with the Fishes
The Story
The Cast
The Crew
Production Notes
Stills and Clips

About the Cast

David ArquetteDavid Arquette (Terry) was most recently seen in Scott Silver's acclaimed "johns," with Lukas Haas, and as the comic sheriff in Wes Craven's hit "Scream." He is currently filming "Life During Wartime," starring opposite Stanley Tucci.

Arquette starred in the ABC miniseries "Dead Man's Walk," Larry McMurtry's prequel to "Lonesome Dove." He also portrayed the villain in Walter Hill's "Wild Bill," opposite Jeff Bridges. He demonstrated sharp comic skills in Ted Demme's "Beautiful Girls," with Uma Thurman and Timothy Hutton. He also had the starring role opposite Salma Hayek in Robert Rodriguez's remake of the Drive-In classic "Roadracers" for Showtime, which will soon be released theatrically.

Born in Chicago, Arquette trained with his father, Lewis Arquette, at the famous Second City Theatre. He is also the grandson of the comedian Cliff Arquette ("Charlie Weaver"). He is the youngest of his family of actors, Rosanna, Patricia, Alexis and Richmond.

Brad Hunt Brad Hunt (Nick) will soon be seen as Kris Kristofferson's son in the upcoming Steven Seagal film "Fire Down Below." He stars as a heroin addict in Steven Esteb's indie feature "Favorite Son," and played the military cop in Lee Tamahori's "Mulholland Falls," with Nick Nolte. His other film credits include "Ed," "Postcards From America" and "Point Break." On television, he has been seen in "Video Island," "Columbo," "Seaquest," "Wonder Years," "Outsiders," "Young & the Restless" and the movie-of-the-week "Blindsided."

Born and raised in Moberly, Missouri, Hunt is an athlete who excels in baseball, football, wrestling and golf, and seriously pursued a career as a boxer.

Kathryn Erbe Kathryn Erbe's (Liz) feature film credits include "Kiss of Death," "The Addiction," "D2: Mighty Ducks II," "Rich in Love" and "What About Bob?" Her television credits include Hallmark Hall of Fame's "Breathing Lessons," as well as roles on such series as "Chicken Soup" and "Another World." Erbe is a member of the acclaimed Steppenwolf Theatre Company.

Cathy Moriarty Cathy Moriarty (Aunt Elise) received an Academy Award nomination, two Golden Globe nominations and a BAFTA nomination for her feature film debut in Martin Scorsese's "Raging Bull." Moriarty's other films include "Foxfire," "Opposite Corners," "Forget Paris," "Casper," "Pontiac Moon," "Me and the Kid," "Matinee," "Another Stakeout," "The Mambo Kings," "The Gun in Betty Lou's Handbag," "Soapdish," "Kindergarten Cop," "White of the Eye" and "Neighbors."

On television, she co-starred in 1995 with Andrew Clay in CBS's "Bless This House," and received an ACE Award for her role in "Seance," an episode of HBO's "Tales from the Crypt." She will soon be seen in Robert Downey's "Hugo Pool," James Mangold's "Copland," Timothy Hutton's "Digging to China," and "A Brother's Kiss."

J.E. Freeman (Joe) has accumulated an impressive list of feature credits, including "Copycat," "It Could Happen to You," "Patriot Games," "Miller's Crossing," "Wild at Heart," "The Doctor" and "Ruthless People."

Allyce Beasley (Sophia) is best known for her twice Emmy-nominated role on "Moonlighting" opposite Cybill Shepard and Bruce Willis. Her feature film credits include "Rumplestilskin," "Ninja Boy," "Loaded Weapon" and "The Ratings Game." Television credits include "First Time Out," "Heaven Help Us," "Alf," "Cheers," "Taxi" and "Remington Steele."

Patrick McGaw (Don) first attracted notice at the 1993 Sundance Film Festival for his acclaimed role in "Amongst Friends." He went onto star in such films as "The Funeral," "Scorpion Spring," "The Basketball Diaries," "Malicious" and "Beans of Egypt, Maine."

Copyright ©1997. All Rights Reserved.   Please mail us with any questions or comments.