Now: A few years later, Depp really gained traction with his role in Tim Burton's ' Edward Scissorhands,' and since then has starred in several of Burton's films, including ' Sleepy Hollow,' ' Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,' ' Alice in Wonderland' and the more recent ' Dark Shadows.' He is also well known for playing Captain Jack Sparrow in Disney's ' Pirates of the Caribbean' films, and recently reprised his old '21 Jump Street' role for a cameo in the 2012 film.
Then: Amy Locane's first major film role was as Allison Vernon-Williams, a "square" (conservative) young lady who is tired of being a goody two-shoes and falls in love with Cry-Baby.
Now: Locane went on to star on the nighttime soap ' Melrose Place,' and in the films ' School Ties,' ' Airheads,' ' Prefontaine,' and ' Secretary.' In 2010, Locane was driving drunk when she collided with another vehicle, killing a 60-year-old woman and injuring the woman’s husband.
In 2013, Locane was sentenced to three years in prison for the crime.
Then: Polly Bergen portrayed Allison's mom, Mrs.
Then: Willem Dafoe had a small, uncredited role as a hateful prison guard during the portion of the film in which Cry-Baby is wrongfully sent to prison for a riot started by Allison's jealous boyfriend.
Dafoe previously appeared in the film ' Platoon,' in which Johnny Depp had a small role when he was even lesser known.
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Then: Director John Waters was looking for a young, hot actor to play the role of bad boy Wade "Cry-Baby" Walker, so he bought worth of teen heartthrob magazines and found Johnny Depp, star of the show '21 Jump Street,' on the cover of every one.
Depp thought the role was interesting and liked the subversive, quirky script, and he wanted to avoid being typecast in teen idol roles.
This bad boy seems to have calmed down since he got serious about his former pornstar girlfriend and he has his friends wondering WHY. We hear she keeps him satisfied by supplying her MALE porn costars for his entertainment.