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HappyThankYouMorePlease (20-Jan-2010)

Director: Josh Radnor

Writer: Josh Radnor

Original Music by: Jaymay

Producers: Benji Kohn; Chris Papavasiliou; Austin Stark; Jesse Hara

Keywords: Drama, Romantic Comedy, Coming of Age

Romantic coming-of-age comedy centers on the lives of a group of young adults trying to make their respective ways through life in New York City.

ABSTRACT
Directed, written by, and starring Josh Radnor of How I Met Your Mother fame, HappyThankYouMorePlease peers into the lives of a cast of young adults living in modern-day New York City, focusing on their struggles with life, love, and an ever-present sense of cynicism endemic of Western society.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Malin Akerman
Actor
12-May-1978   The Heartbreak Kid
Dana Barron
Actor
22-Apr-1968   National Lampoon's Vacation
Tony Hale
Actor
30-Sep-1970   Buster on Arrested Development
Richard Jenkins
Actor
2-Dec-1953   Six Feet Under
Zoe Kazan
Actor
9-Sep-1983   Me and Orson Welles
Kate Mara
Actor
27-Feb-1983   House of Cards
Josh Radnor
Actor
29-Jul-1974   How I Met Your Mother

CAST

Malin Akerman   ...   Annie
Tony Hale   ...   Sam #2
Zoe Kazan   ...   Mary Catherine
Kate Mara   ...   Mississippi
Josh Radnor   ...   Sam Wexler
Peter Scanavino   ...   Ira
Pablo Schreiber   ...   Charlie
and introducing
Michael Algieri   ...   Rasheen
Bram Barouh   ...   Spencer
Dana Barron   ...   The Gynecologist
Sunah Bilsted   ...   Receptionist
Jimmy Gary, Jr.   ...   Police Officer
Richard Jenkins   ...   Paul Gertmanian
Marna Kohn   ...   Melissa
Laith Nakli   ...   MTA Worker
Katharine Powell   ...   Girl Leaving Apartment
Maria Elena Ramirez   ...   Jill
Mary Ann Urbano   ...   Social Worker
Fay Wolf   ...   Beth

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