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How to Eat Fried Worms (25-Aug-2006)

Director: Bob Dolman

Writer: Bob Dolman

Based on a book: How to Eat Fried Worms by Thomas Rockwell (juvenile novel)

Music by: Mark Mothersbaugh; Bob Mothersbaugh

Producers: Mark Johnson; Philip Steuer

Keywords: Juvenile

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Luke Benward
Actor
12-May-1995   How to Eat Fried Worms
Thomas Cavanagh
Actor
26-Oct-1963   Ed Stevens on Ed
Hallie Kate Eisenberg
Actor
2-Aug-1992   Beautiful
Alexander Gould
Actor
4-May-1994   Shane Botwin on Weeds
Adam Hicks
Actor
28-Nov-1992   Luther on Zeke and Luther
Clint Howard
Actor
20-Apr-1959   Ice Cream Man
Andrea Martin
Comic
15-Jan-1947   SCTV cast member, 1976-81
James Rebhorn
Actor
1-Sep-1948   Independence Day
Kimberly Williams
Actor
14-Sep-1971   Father of the Bride

CAST

Luke Benward   ...   Billy
Hallie Kate Eisenberg   ...   Erika
Adam Hicks   ...   Joe
Austin Rogers   ...   Adam
Alexander Gould   ...   Twitch
Ryan Malgarini   ...   Benjy
Philip Daniel Bolden   ...   Bradley
Clint Howard   ...   Uncle Ed
Ty Panitz   ...   Woody
James Rebhorn   ...   Boiler Head
with
Kimberly Williams   ...   Mom
Thomas Cavanagh   ...   Dad
Andrew Gillingham   ...   Techno Mouth
Blake Garrett   ...   Plug
Alexander Agate   ...   Donny
Andrea Martin   ...   Mrs. Bommley
David Bewley   ...   Rob Simon
Simone White   ...   Woody's Teacher
Nick Krause   ...   Nigel
Jo Ann Farabee   ...   Bait Shop Lady
Karen Wacker   ...   Rob Simon's Wife
Tom Brainard   ...   Security Guard
Tim Mateer   ...   Convenience Store Clerk

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