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The Big Tease (26-Nov-1999)

Director: Kevin Allen

Writers: Craig Ferguson; Sacha Gervasi

Keywords: Comedy, Mockumentary, Hairdressing

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Drew Carey
Comic
23-May-1958   The Drew Carey Show
Michael Paul Chan
Actor
26-Jun-1950   Robbery: Homicide Division
Cathy Lee Crosby
Actor
2-Dec-1944   That's Incredible!
José Eber
Business
1948   Hair stylist to the stars
Craig Ferguson
Talk Show Host
17-May-1962   "It's a great day for America"
Frances Fisher
Actor
11-May-1952   House of Sand and Fog
Sara Gilbert
Actor
29-Jan-1975   Darlene on Roseanne
David Hasselhoff
Actor
17-Jul-1952   Knight Rider, Baywatch
Bruce Jenner
Track and Field
28-Oct-1949   US Olympic track and field star
Chris Langham
Actor
14-Apr-1949   The Thick of It
Donal Logue
Actor
27-Feb-1966   Jimmy the Cab Driver
Mary McCormack
Actor
8-Feb-1969   Kate Harper on The West Wing
Ted McGinley
Actor
30-May-1958   Married with Children
Larry Miller
Comic
15-Oct-1953   Michael Dobson on Law & Order
Charles Napier
Actor
12-Apr-1936 5-Oct-2011 Duke Phillips on The Critic
Justin Pierce
Actor
21-Mar-1975 10-Jul-2000 Kids
Emily Procter
Actor
8-Oct-1968   CSI: Miami
David Rasche
Actor
7-Aug-1944   Sledge Hammer!
Melissa Rivers
TV Personality
20-Jan-1968   Daughter of Joan Rivers
Nina Siemaszko
Actor
14-Jul-1970   Wild Orchid II: Two Shades of Blue
Kimora Lee Simmons
Fashion Designer
4-May-1975   Fabulosity
Veronica Webb
Model
23-Feb-1965   Model, Revlon spokeswoman

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