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Splinterheads (6-Nov-2009)

Director: Brant Sersen

Writers: Brendan McFeat Burke; Brant Sersen

Original Score by: John Swihart

Producers: Darren Goldberg; Christopher Marsh; Anisa Qureshi

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Frankie Faison
Actor
10-Jun-1949   Commissioner Burrell on The Wire
Jason Mantzoukas
Actor
c. 1972   Rafi on The League
Christopher McDonald
Actor
15-Feb-1955   Happy Gilmore
Rachael Taylor
Actor
11-Jul-1984   Transformers
Lea Thompson
Actor
31-May-1961   Caroline in the City
Dean Winters
Actor
20-Jul-1964   Ryan O'Reily on Oz

CAST

Thomas Middleditch   ...   Justin Frost
Rachael Taylor   ...   Galaxy
Christopher McDonald   ...   Sgt. Bruce Mancuso
Lea Thompson   ...   Susan Frost
Dean Winters   ...   Reggie
Frankie Faison   ...   Pope
Pamela Shaw   ...   Aunt Betty
Jason Rogel   ...   Wayne Chung
Edmund Lyndeck   ...   Albert Hale
Brendan McFeat Burke   ...   Thad
Jason Mantzoukas   ...   The Amazing Steve
Lennon Parham   ...   Wyoming
John Lutz   ...   Guinness Man
Noa Siegel   ...   Little Girl
Jenn Schatz   ...   Splinterhead Girl
Paul Pontieri   ...   Judge
Schuylar Dane Croom   ...   Might As Well Jump Guy
Lauren Hunter   ...   Hot Blonde Metal Chick
Jenny Jordan   ...   Hot Brunette Metal Chick
Shiro Aoki   ...   Metal Dude
Emmett Harty, Jr.   ...   Gas Station Attendant
Nancy Buccola   ...   Big Top
Gary Buccola   ...   Slim Jim
Michael Biscardi   ...   Skinny Cameraman
Lucia Matioli   ...   Janice

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