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What If... (28-Mar-2010)

Director: Dallas Jenkins

Writers: David A. R. White; Michael Scott; Cary Solomon; Chuck Konzelman; Andrea Gyertson Nasfell;

Music by: Jeehun Hwang

Producers: Russell Wolfe; David A. R. White; Michael Scott; Dallas Jenkins

Keywords: Drama, For Christian Audience

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John Ratzenberger
6-Apr-1947   Postman Cliff Clavin on Cheers
Debby Ryan
13-May-1993   Bailey Pickett on The Suite Life
Kevin Sorbo
24-Sep-1958   Hercules: The Legendary Journeys
Kristy Swanson
19-Dec-1969   Original Buffy the Vampire Slayer


Kevin Sorbo   ...   Ben Walker
Kristy Swanson   ...   Wendy Walker
Debby Ryan   ...   Kimberly Walker
Kristin Minter   ...   Cynthia
John Ratzenberger   ...   Mike the Angel
Toni Trucks   ...   Claire
Stelio Savante   ...   Joel Muller
Taylor Groothuis   ...   Megan Walker
Kevin Yon   ...   Charlie
Tom McElroy   ...   James McCutcheon
Grant James   ...   Henryk Zimmerman
Brittany Risner   ...   Brittney
Thomas Flannery, Jr.   ...   Carl
Preston Mulligan   ...   Dylan
Dennis Lee Kelly   ...   Ross Bessette
Brad Heller   ...   Ross Bessette, Jr.
Rich Pierrelouis   ...   Guardian Angel
Suzanne Lang   ...   Front Desk Nurse
Russell Wolfe   ...   Car Salesman
Matthew Tailford   ...   Night Nurse
James Daniels   ...   Obnoxious Husband
Sharon M. Hayes   ...   Obnoxious Woman
Danielle Hoetmer   ...   Elaine
Dallas Jenkins   ...   Gas Station Attendant
Maya Jenkins   ...   Young Kimberly
Mary Thornton   ...   Bus Station Announcer


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