On the Next Without a Trace:
Episode 519, "At Rest" Fri, Apr 25, 1|12c AM



Anthony LaPaglia won a Tony Award, a Drama Desk Award and an Outer Critics Circle Award for his performance in "A View from the Bridge." LaPaglia's other stage credits include the off-Broadway production of "The Guys," "Bouncers," "Northeast Local," "On the Open Road" and "The Rose Tattoo." LaPaglia's television credits include a recurring role on "Frasier," for which he earned an Emmy Award for his portrayal of Daphne's brother, Simon Moon. Other television credits include the series "Murder One" and the telefilms "Never Give Up: The Jimmy V Story," "Garden of Redemption" and "Criminal Justice." His numerous feature film credits include the critically acclaimed "Lantana," "Betsy's Wedding," "House of Mirth," "Sweet and Lowdown," "The Client," "Company Man," "Summer of Sam," "Autumn in New York," "Lansky," "Phoenix," "Commandments" and "Brilliant Lies."



Poppy Montgomery was first seen in a starring role in the feature film "Dead Man on Campus." Her other movie credits include "The Other Sister," "Life," "The Cold Equations" and "Devil in a Blue Dress." Montgomery's television credits include the miniseries "Blonde," in which she played Marilyn Monroe, and the telefilms "Jake Lassiter" and "Desert's Edge." Montgomery was a series regular on "Relativity" and "The Beat" and guest starred on "Party of Five" and "NYPD Blue."



Marianne Jean-Baptiste received Academy Award, Golden Globe Award and British Academy Award nominations for her feature film debut role as Hortense Cumberbatch in "Secrets & Lies" in 1996. Since then, she has been seen in the films "The Cell," "28 Days," "The 24 Hour Woman," "Mr. Jealousy" and "Spy Game." Jean-Baptiste''s television credits include the telefilms "Silent Hearts," "The Murder of Stephen Lawrence" and "The Man," along with the miniseries "The Wedding." She is also a writer and composer and wrote the score for Mike Leigh''s feature film "Career Girl." She has written and performed with British jazz musicians including Jason Rebello, for whom she wrote and recorded four tracks on his album "Keeping Time."



Enrique Murciano made his feature film debut in "Traffic" and also appeared in "Black Hawk Down." It was during the filming of "Black Hawk Down" that he was introduced to Jerry Bruckheimer; a meeting that led to his role in "Without a Trace." His additional film credits include a lead role in "Miss Congeniality 2," "How to Go Out on a Date in Queens" and "The Lost City."



Eric Close starred in the series "Now and Again," "The Magnificent Seven" and "Dark Skies." His other television credits include appearances on "Sisters," "McKenna" "Taken" and "Santa Barbara." He also starred in the Hallmark Hall of Fame presentation "Follow the Stars Home." Close's feature film credits include "Liberty, Maine," "The Sky Is Falling," "Alvarez and Cruz," "American Me" and "Safe House."