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Mo (14-Apr-2007)

Director: Brian Scott Lederman

Writer: Brian Scott Lederman

Original Score by: Ryan Bros.

Producers: Brian Scott Lederman; Monica J. Y. Lederman

Keywords: Comedy, Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Margo Martindale
Actor
18-Jul-1951   Rita Perkins-Hall on A Gifted Man
Erik Per Sullivan
Actor
12-Jul-1991   Dewey on Malcolm in the Middle

CAST

Erik Per Sullivan   ...   MO
Margo Martindale   ...   Pam
Adam LeFevre   ...   Jim
Shayna Levine   ...   Michelle
Asher Grodman   ...   Brett
Mark Keller   ...   Marro
Ben Levin   ...   Sean
Susan Doukas   ...   Dr. Romankoff
Marlon Sherman   ...   Little MO
Max Miner   ...   Young Ben
Brian Scott Lederman   ...   Ben
Monica Lederman   ...   Madeline
Luke Poirier   ...   Baby MO
Jordan Charney   ...   Dr. Leahman
Kelly Coffield   ...   Wendy Rabinowitz
Rob Healy   ...   High School Teacher
Elissa Markowitz   ...   Paige
Ryan Nunn   ...   Quarterback
Joey Scalia   ...   Scalia
Ralph Thornton   ...   Coach
Rene Preuss   ...   Mrs. Lisi
Dominic Marcello   ...   Hospital Tech
Rasheen Ford   ...   Bam Bam
Ben Green   ...   JJ Leshane
Janine Casper   ...   Party Girl
James Ford   ...   Barry
Jessica D'Arpino   ...   Barry's Girlfriend
Robert Cioffi   ...   Mr. Dobbs
Alan Ellman   ...   Mr. Hertzfeld
Andrea Leigh   ...   Hilary
Michael Pemberton   ...   Richard
Tim O'Connor   ...   Drew
Nicholas Fabiano   ...   Dilan
Anthony Bordonaro   ...   Wes

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