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Nutty Professor II: The Klumps (24-Jul-2000)

Director: Peter Segal

Writers: Barry W. Blaustein; Steve Oedekerk; David Sheffield; Chris Weitz; Paul Weitz

Keywords: Sci-Fi/Comedy, Obesity

Sequel to The Nutty Professor follows Sherman Klump as he attempts to prevent his alter-ego from ruining his career and impending marriage.

ABSTRACT
Sequel to The Nutty Professor (1996). Professor Sherman Klump, engaged to be married to attractive fellow professor Denise Gaines, faces resistance to his happy plans from annoying alter-ego Buddy Love. Sherman's plan to utilize Denise's research to excise Buddy from his DNA goes haywire when Buddy takes control and attempts to pilfer Sherman's experimental youth serum, working against the rest of the Klump clan to profit off of the formula for himself.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Earl Boen
Actor
7-Nov-1945   In three Terminator movies
Nikki Cox
Actor
2-Jun-1978   MAC and Me
Chris Elliott
Comic
31-May-1960   The David Letterman Show
Anna Maria Horsford
Actor
6-Mar-1948   Dee on The Wayans Bros.
Janet Jackson
Singer
16-May-1966   What Have You Done For Me Lately?
Melinda McGraw
Actor
25-Oct-1963   Cyd Madison on The Commish
Larry Miller
Comic
15-Oct-1953   Michael Dobson on Law & Order
Eddie Murphy
Comic
3-Apr-1961   Beverly Hills Cop
Charles Napier
Actor
12-Apr-1936 5-Oct-2011 Duke Phillips on The Critic
Miguel A. Núñez, Jr.
Actor
11-Aug-1964   Marcus Taylor on Tour of Duty
Peter Segal
Film Director
1962   Anger Management
Wanda Sykes
Comic
7-Mar-1964   Wanda at Large
Kym Whitley
Actor
7-Jun-1961   Deliver Us from Eva

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