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Kettle of Fish (18-May-2006)

Director: Claudia Myers

Writer: Claudia Myers

Musical Score by: David Tobocman

Producers: Michael Mailer; Marc Lazard; Agathe David-Weill; Blythe Frank

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lois Chiles
Actor
15-Apr-1947   Moonraker
Gina Gershon
Actor
10-Jun-1962   Showgirls
Malachy McCourt
Actor
20-Sep-1931   Father Meehan on Oz
Matthew Modine
Actor
22-Mar-1959   Joker in Full Metal Jacket
Kevin J. O'Connor
Actor
15-Nov-1963   Candy Mountain
Gloria Reuben
Actor
9-Jun-1964   Timecop
Fisher Stevens
Actor
27-Nov-1963   Chuck Fishman on Early Edition
Eddie Kaye Thomas
Actor
31-Oct-1980   American Pie

CAST

Matthew Modine   ...   Mel
Gina Gershon   ...   Ginger
Christy Scott Cashman   ...   Diana
Isiah Whitlock, Jr.   ...   Freddie
Kevin J. O'Connor   ...   Harry
Lois Chiles   ...   Jean
Stephen Mailer   ...   Band Leader
Ewa Da Cruz   ...   Inga
and
Fisher Stevens   ...   Bruce
Eddie Kaye Thomas   ...   Sean
Ranjit Chowdhry   ...   Doorman
Gloria Reuben   ...   Mindy
Amy Sacco   ...   Rita
Chuck Pfeiffer   ...   Walter
Bobby Zarem   ...   Research Director
Tarajia Morrell   ...   Sheila
John Mailer   ...   Logan
Tamara Whatley   ...   Beth
Samantha Buck   ...   Mother
Malachy McCourt   ...   Robert
Revina Delmars   ...   Isabelle
Darrie Lawrence   ...   Resident
Alex Wipf   ...   Old Man
Ted Sod   ...   Breakfast Man
Billy Merritt   ...   Driver
Manny Siverio   ...   Sedan Driver

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