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Dare (19-Jan-2009)

Director: Adam Salky

Writer: David Brind

Original Music by: Duncan Sheik; David Poe

Producers: Mary Jane Skalski; Jason Orans

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Sandra Bernhard
Comic
6-Jun-1955   The King of Comedy
Alan Cumming
Actor
27-Jan-1965   Nightcrawler in X-Men
Ana Gasteyer
Actor
4-May-1967   Saturday Night Live
Zach Gilford
Actor
14-Jan-1982   Matt Saracen on Friday Night Lights
Rooney Mara
Actor
17-Apr-1985   The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
Emmy Rossum
Actor
12-Sep-1986   The Day After Tomorrow

CAST

Emmy Rossum   ...   Alexa Walker
Zach Gilford   ...   Johnny Drake
Ashley Springer   ...   Ben Berger
Ana Gasteyer   ...   Ruth Berger
Rooney Mara   ...   Courtney
with
Sandra Bernhard   ...   Dr. Serena Mohr
Alan Cumming   ...   Grant Matson
Cady Huffman   ...   Dr. Kolton
Matthew Garrick   ...   School Principal
Brianne Berkson   ...   Gabby
Lucy McMichael   ...   Ms. Davis
Annie Hibbs   ...   Donna
Chris Riggi   ...   Josh
Emily McNamara   ...   Grant's Friend
Suzanne Savoy   ...   Deirdre Walker
Adam Fleming   ...   Detention Teacher
Wayne Pyle   ...   Alan Berger
Jake Lane   ...   Coffee Shop Twin
Ellis Lane   ...   Coffee Shop Twin
David Brind   ...   Nick
Brea Bee   ...   Mel Drake
Susan Triggiani   ...   School Secretary
Michael Braun   ...   Actor

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