Much like Mira Sorvino, Rosanna Arquette was a big thing for a while, then almost disappeared from view. She started acting as a child, gaining fame when she was cast in a regular role on the TV series Shirley. Unlike many child stars, she made a successful transition to film as a young adult, starring in movies such as Miramax’s Pulp Fiction (1994) and David Cronenberg’s Crash (1996). She told The New Yorker she was supposed to pick up a script from Weinstein over dinner at a Beverly Hills hotel, but when she arrived, was told to go to his suite. He answered the door wearing a bathrobe, saying he needed a massage. She recalls he grabbed her hand and pulled it towards his crotch. She told the magazine, “My heart was really racing. I was in a fight-or-flight mode.” She says she rebuffed him and he responded by telling her she was making a huge mistake and sure enough, she had trouble finding roles after that.