Daniel Craig (Mackenzie)
Already an established fixture in the world of independent British cinema, Daniel Craig recently garnered critical acclaim for his performance as poet Ted Hughes in Chris tine Jeffs' Sylvia, starring Gwyneth Paltrow as Sylvia Plath. He also co-starred opposite Tom Hanks and Paul Newman in Sam Mendes' The Road to Perdition.
Craig recently completed the crime drama Layer Cake, directed by Matthew Vaughn, and recently starred opposite Samantha Morton and Rhys Ifans in the drama Enduring Love, directed by Roger Michell.
In 2000, Craig won a British Independent Film Award for Best Actor for his performance in Some Voices, and was previously nominated in the same category for his performance in William Boyd's The Trench. He also received the Best Actor Award at the 1998 Edinburgh Film Festival for his role in John Maybury's Love is the Devil.
Craig, who grew up in Liverpool and moved to London as a teenager, trained at the National Youth Theatre and graduated from the prestigious Guildhall School of Music and Drama. His most recent theater role was at London 's Royal Court Theatre starring opposite Michael Gambon in A Number, a new play written by Caryl Churchill and directed by Stephen Daldry (The Hours), for which he was nominated in the Best Actor category of the Evening Standard Theatre Awards.
Kelly Lynch (Jean)
Kelly Lynch gained international acclaim for her role in Gus Van Sant's groundbreaking film Drugstore Cowboy, following a successful career as a model. She earned an Independent Spirit award nomination for her role in The Beans of Egypt, Maine, and most recently appeared in the independent dramas The Slaughter Rule, starring Ryan Gosling, and Dallas 362, written and directed by Scott Caan, as well as the television movie Homeless to Harvard: The Liz Murray Story, starring Thora Birch.
Brad Renfro (Stranger)
In 1994, at the age of 12, Brad Renfro was chosen by director Joel Schumacher for a leading role in the legal thriller The Client, alongside Susan Sarandon. Since then, he has appeared in more than twenty films, and been selected by People magazine as one of its "Top 30 Under 30." His recent films include The Job, Deuces Wild, and Ghost World.
Laura Marano (Young Jackie)
Laura Marano started acting in the theater when she was five years old. She has done ten plays at the Stage Door Theater, and continued her acting doing numerous commercials. She guest starred in television shows such as Medical Investigation and Joan of Arcadia. Her first film was the commercially successful, Finding Nemo. Currently, she is in the hit television show, Without A Trace, playing Anthony LaPaglia's daughter, Kate.
This film is rated R for violence, language and brief sexuality/nudity.