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Alien Trespass (Jan-2009)

Director: R. W. Goodwin

Writers: Steven Fisher; James Swift

Music by: Louis Febre

Producers: James Swift; R. W. Goodwin

Keywords: Sci-Fi/Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Dan Lauria
Actor
12-Apr-1947   Jack Arnold on The Wonder Years
Eric McCormack
Actor
18-Apr-1963   Will Truman on Will & Grace
Robert Patrick
Actor
5-Nov-1958   Mimetic polyalloy in Terminator 2

CAST

Starring
Eric McCormack   ...   Dr. Ted Lewis, and Urp
Jenni Baird   ...   Tammy
Dan Lauria   ...   Chief Dawson
and
Robert Patrick   ...   Vern
Co-Starring
Jody Thompson   ...   Lana
Aaron Brooks   ...   Cody
Sarah Smyth   ...   Penny
Andrew Dunbar   ...   Dick
Sage Brocklebank   ...   Stu
Tom McBeath   ...   Wilson
Vincent Gale   ...   Stiles
Jerry Wasserman   ...   Sam
Jonathan Young   ...   Lloyd
Michael Roberds   ...   Bubba
with
Laura Konechny   ...   Laura
Darren Rizzolo   ...   Tommy
Christina Schild   ...   Darlene
James Swift   ...   Reporter
Chelah Horsdal   ...   Betsy's Mother
Dayna Reid   ...   Betsy
Dee Jay Jackson   ...   Worker #1
Dean Moen   ...   Worker #2
Aaron Craven   ...   Car Owner
Daniella Evangelista   ...   Greaser's Girlfriend
Justin Dickinson   ...   Greaser
Julia Arkos   ...   Panicked Woman
Jovan Nenadic   ...   Ghota
Roy Campsall   ...   Alien Urp
Tom Braidwood   ...   Ed Sanders
Doolittle   ...   Merlin, the Dog

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