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Housebroken (2009)

Director: Sam Harper

Writers: Sam Harper; Meredith Preston

Music by: Timothy Andrew Edwards

Producers: Wayne Rice; Richard Heller

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Danny DeVito
Actor
17-Nov-1944   Short loudmouth from Taxi
Brie Larson
Actor
1-Oct-1989   Hoot
Katey Sagal
Actor
19-Jan-1954   Peg Bundy on Married With Children
Kiernan Shipka
Actor
10-Nov-1999   Sally Draper on Mad Men
Thomas F. Wilson
Actor
15-Apr-1959   Biff Tannen in Back to the Future

CAST

Danny DeVito   ...   Tom Cathkart
Ryan Hansen   ...   Eliot Cathkart
Skyler Stone   ...   Quinn Cathkart
Matthew Glave   ...   Hector
Thomas F. Wilson   ...   Fire Chief Henry Decker
Brie Larson   ...   Suzy Decker
Caitlin Crosby   ...   Sarah
Adam Herschman   ...   Shirtless Boy
Tony Yalda   ...   Gilroy
John Patrick Farley   ...   Nate the Store Manager
Michael Bofshever   ...   Husband Camper
and
Katey Sagal   ...   Mary Cathkart
Parvesh Cheena   ...   Zerban
Corryn Cummins   ...   Wife Camper
Kiernan Shipka   ...   Daughter Camper
Nick Nervies   ...   Brando
Quanrico Gibson   ...   Buster
Jessica Harper   ...   DWP Clerk
Gregory Hinton   ...   Carl the Enormous Tranny
Jon S. McClellan   ...   Pierced Man with Puppet
Christine T. Nguyen   ...   Blondie Hottie
Tabitha Taylor   ...   Brunette Hottie
Shannon Holt   ...   Parent
Josh Lachs   ...   Delivery Man
Drew Matthews   ...   Apartment Kid

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