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I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry (19-Jul-2007)

Director: Dennis Dugan

Writers: Barry Fanaro; Lew Gallo; Alexander Payne; Jim Taylor

Keywords: Comedy, Gay

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Dan Aykroyd
Actor
1-Jul-1952   Saturday Night Live, Dr. Detroit
Lance Bass
Singer
4-May-1979   *NSYNC, the Quiet One
Jessica Biel
Actor
3-Mar-1982   The Rules of Attraction
Steve Buscemi
Actor
13-Dec-1957   Reservoir Dogs
Richard Chamberlain
Actor
31-Mar-1935   Dr. Kildare and Shogun
Blake Clark
Comic
2-Feb-1946   Harry on Home Improvement
Rob Corddry
Comic
4-Feb-1971   The Daily Show
Allen Covert
Actor
13-Oct-1964   Grandma's Boy
Rachel Dratch
Actor
22-Feb-1966   Saturday Night Live
Dennis Dugan
Actor
5-Sep-1946   Happy Gilmore
Kevin James
Actor
26-Apr-1965   The King of Queens
Richard Kline
Actor
29-Apr-1944   Larry Dallas on Three's Company
Dave Matthews
Musician
9-Jan-1967   The Dave Matthews Band
Ving Rhames
Actor
12-May-1959   Marsellus Wallace in Pulp Fiction
Adam Sandler
Comic
9-Sep-1966   The Wedding Singer, SNL alumnus
Robert Smigel
Actor
7-Feb-1960   Triumph the Insult Comic Dog
Nick Swardson
Actor
9-Oct-1976   Male prostitute on Reno 911
Tila Tequila
TV Personality
24-Oct-1981   Pants-Off Dance-Off
Nicholas Turturro
Actor
29-Jan-1962   Detective Martinez on NYPD Blue
Gary Valentine
Actor
22-Nov-1961   The King of Queens
Chandra West
Actor
31-Dec-1970   White Noise

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