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Polish Wedding (16-Jan-1998)

Director: Theresa Connelly

Writer: Theresa Connelly

Music by: Luis Bacalov

Producers: Tom Rosenberg; Julia Chasman; Geoff Stier

Keywords: Comedy, Drama, Wedding

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Mili Avital
Actor
30-Mar-1972   Stargate
Gabriel Byrne
Actor
12-May-1950   The Usual Suspects
Claire Danes
Actor
12-Apr-1979   My So-Called Life
Jeffrey Nordling
Actor
11-Mar-1962   Jake Manning on Once and Again
Lena Olin
Actor
22-Mar-1956   Enemies: A Love Story
Rade Serbedzija
Actor
27-Jul-1946   Dmitri Gredenko on 24

CAST

Lena Olin   ...   Jadzia
Gabriel Byrne   ...   Bolek
Claire Danes   ...   Hala
Adam Trese   ...   Russell
Mili Avital   ...   Sofie
Daniel Lapaine   ...   Ziggy
Steven Petrarca   ...   Witek
Jeffrey Nordling   ...   Fr. Don
Ramsey Krull   ...   Kris
and
Rade Serbedzija   ...   Roman
Jon Bradford   ...   Sailor
Rachel Morrin   ...   Ziggy & Sofie's Baby
Rebecca Morrin   ...   Ziggy & Sofie's Baby
Brian Hoyt   ...   Kaz
Christina Romana Lypeckyj   ...   Kaszia
Peter Carey   ...   Piotrus
Ryan Spahn   ...   Kid
Randy Godwin   ...   Nosy Neighbor
Mitchell Mandeberg   ...   Stanley Mislinski
Sheldon Alkon   ...   Man in Church
Laurie V. Logan   ...   Helga
Joanna Woodcock   ...   Woman in Bakery
Joseph Haynes   ...   Mr. Schuster
Judy Dery   ...   Mrs. Schuster
Sparks of Fire   ...   Band at Festival
Rick Thompson   ...   Heckler
Seamus McNally   ...   Heckler #2
Cassidy Cirka   ...   Hala's Baby

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