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Girls Will Be Girls (17-Jan-2003)

Director: Richard Day

Writer: Richard Day

Music Composed by: Steve Edwards

Producers: Richard Ahren; Michael Warwick

Keywords: Romantic Comedy, Crossdressing

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jack Plotnick
Actor
30-Oct-1968   Xandir on Drawn Together
Eric Stonestreet
Actor
9-Sep-1971   Cameron Tucker on Modern Family

CAST

Jack Plotnick   ...   Evie
Clinton Leupp   ...   Coco
Jeffery Roberson   ...   Varla / Marla
Ron Mathews   ...   Stevie
Eric Stonestreet   ...   Dr. Benson
Hamilton von Watts   ...   Laurent
Dana Gould   ...   Jeff
Chad Lindsey   ...   Dr. Perfect
Greg Whitney   ...   Asteroid Actor
Dennis Hensley   ...   Speci-Mercial Director
Sam Pancake   ...   Brad
Jamie Malone   ...   Young Stevie
Lurie Poston   ...   Young Varla
Mike Stoyanov   ...   Michael
J. Fuentes   ...   Nurse
Rich Ahren   ...   Burn Victim
Mark Cirillo   ...   Diner Waiter
Kris Andersson   ...   Receptionist
Edward Tunney   ...   Guy on Street
Cliff Curry   ...   Student
Nathan LePage   ...   Priest
Michael Warwick   ...   Clown
Chris Isaacson   ...   Waitress
Just Jan   ...   Whore at Restaurant
Richard Day   ...   John at Restaurant
Sir Tony   ...   John in Alley
Mort Kessler   ...   Mort
Aaron Emmett   ...   Mover
Pat Towne   ...   Announcer Voices
Ginger Snaps   ...   Magazine Cover Cher
Raphael Louis Marino   ...   Magazine Cover Madonna
Sammy   ...   Poppy
Chester   ...   Nipsy
Roscoe   ...   Chester

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