Before we knew how deliciously diabolical the Hamptons could be, find out where you may have seen the talented cast of Revenge before they were the stars of the ABC hit drama.
1. Madeleine Stowe (Victoria Grayson)
You can go back to the '70s to see Madeleine in guest roles of iconic hits like Baretta, The Amazing Spider-Man, and Barnaby Jones. During the '80s there were spots on Little House on the Prairie and Trapper John, M.D. In the '90s she had an amazing career on the big screen before heading to the Hamptons for some Revenge.
2. Emily VanCamp (Emily Thorne)
Fans of Emily most certainly remember her from her days as Amy Abbott on Everwood and then Rebecca Harper on Brothers & Sisters but back then no one knew she had such an amazing talent for Revenge.
3. Gabriel Mann (Nolan Ross)
We first remember Gabriel from a guest appearance on ER. Then there was a guest spot on the short lived Fantasy Island reboot. Much later he was Arthur Case on Mad Men and even the voice of Bruce Banner on The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes.
4. Nick Wechsler (Jack Porter)
Back in the late '90s, Nick was Kevin "Trek" Sanders on Team Knight Rider. Sci-fi fans may remember him as Kyle Valenti on Roswell. He also had guest spots on Malcolm in the Middle, Crossing Jordan, Tru Calling, Vanished, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, and Without a Trace before finally running a bar and pining over Emily in the Hamptons.
5. Joshua Bowman (Daniel Grayson)
Joshua started out working in the UK on shows like Genie in the House and Holby City before heading to the USA for Make It or Break It. He even co-starred with Miley Cyrus in the movie So Undercover.
6. Christa B. Allen (Charlotte Grayson)
Before becoming the youngest Grayson, Christa could be spotted on Medium, Cake, The Suite Life on Deck, Grey's Anatomy, ER, CSI, Cold Case and Wizards of Waverly Place, making her one busy girl.
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