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You Kill Me (9-Feb-2007)

Director: John Dahl

Writers: Christopher Markus; Stephen McFeely

Music by: Marcelo Zarvos

Producers: Carol Baum; Mike Marcus; Zvi Howard Rosenman; Al Corley; Bart Rosenblatt; Eugene Musso

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jayne Eastwood
17-Dec-1946   Chicago
Dennis Farina
29-Feb-1944 22-Jul-2013 Ray Barboni in Get Shorty
Philip Baker Hall
10-Sep-1931   Magnolia
Ben Kingsley
31-Dec-1943   Gandhi
Tea Leoni
25-Feb-1966   Nora Wilde on The Naked Truth
Bill Pullman
17-Dec-1953   Independence Day
Luke Wilson
21-Sep-1971   Owen Wilson's handsome brother


Ben Kingsley   ...   Frank
Tea Leoni   ...   Laurel
Luke Wilson   ...   Tom
Dennis Farina   ...   O'Leary
Philip Baker Hall   ...   Roman
Bill Pullman   ...   Dave
Marcus Thomas   ...   Stef
Scott Heindl   ...   Doyle
Alison Sealy-Smith   ...   Doris
Aron Tager   ...   Walter
Jayne Eastwood   ...   Kathleen
Al Corley   ...   Man in Park
Erik Fjeldsted   ...   Kevin
Aaron Hughes   ...   Stanley
Devin McCracken   ...   Henry
Micheline Marchildon   ...   Emily
Katie Messina   ...   Becky
Lorraine James   ...   Brenda
Omar Khan   ...   Juan
Joanne Rodriguez   ...   Janet
Will Woytowich   ...   Nate
David Gillies   ...   Earl
Susan Kelso   ...   Laurel's Mother
Darren Wall   ...   Driver
Lora Schroeder   ...   Guard
Ruth De Graves   ...   Rosemary
Tracy McMahon   ...   Sales Clerk
Sandy Jobin-Bevans   ...   Supervisor Davis


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