Episode 304, "No Safe Place" Thu, May 29, 1|12c
JENNIFER LOVE HEWITT
Long before starring as Melinda Gordon on "Ghost Whisperer," Jennifer Love Hewitt first became known to television audiences when she landed the role of Sarah Reeves on the award-winning series "Party of Five." It wasn't long before she became a known film star after playing the lead role in the horror movie "I Know What You Did Last Summer," which saw great box office success. She has since continued to be one of the most sought after actresses in Hollywood, and has starred in several other feature films, including "Heartbreakers," "I Still Know What You Did Last Summer," "Can't Hardly Wait," "Garfield" and "The Tuxedo."
Camryn Manheim is well known to TV audiences for her Emmy Award- and Golden Globe Award-winning role as Ellenor Frutt in the dramatic series "The Practice." Her list of television credits is long and includes roles on such hit series as "How I Met Your Mother," "Two and a Half Men," "Chicago Hope," "The L Word," "Will & Grace," "Ally McBeal" and "Gideon's Crossing." She also received an Emmy nomination for her role as Gladys Presley in the mini-series "Elvis." Some of Manheim's feature film credits include "An Unfinished Life," "Dark Water," "Scary Movie 3," "Romy and Michele's High School Reunion," "Happiness" and "The Road to Wellville." She has also appeared on stage with several theatrical credits to her name, including "Missing Persons," which she won an Obie Award for, and her one-woman show "Wake Up, I'm Fat!"
Conrad's breakout role came in the TV series "Relativity," where he played the character Leo Roth. His other television credits have included "The Weekend," "Miss Match" and recurring roles on "Roswell" and "Boston Public." Conrad has appeared in a number of feature films, including "Men of Honor," "Return to Paradise," "Anything Else" and "Wedding Crashers." He is also well known for his roles on stage, appearing on Broadway in "The Deep Blue Sea" and "Indian Ink," as well as off-Broadway in "Troilus and Cressida" and "Richard II."