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New in Town (29-Jan-2009)

Director: Jonas Elmer

Writers: Kenneth Rance; C. Jay Cox

Music by: John Swihart

Producers: Paul Brooks; Darryl Taja; Tracey Edmonds; Peter Safran

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Harry Connick, Jr.
11-Sep-1967   Golden voiced singer/actor
Frances Conroy
13-Nov-1953   Ruth Fisher on Six Feet Under
J. K. Simmons
9-Jan-1955   J. Jonah Jameson in Spider-Man
Renée Zellweger
25-Apr-1969   Bridget Jones' Diary


Renée Zellweger   ...   Lucy Hill
Harry Connick, Jr.   ...   Ted Mitchell
J. K. Simmons   ...   Stu Kopenhafer
Siobhan Fallon Hogan   ...   Blanche Gunderson
Frances Conroy   ...   Trudy Van Uuden
Mike O'Brien   ...   Lars Ulstead
Ferron Guerreiro   ...   Bobbie Mitchell
James Durham   ...   Rob Deitmar
Robert Small   ...   Donald Arling
Wayne Nicklas   ...   Harve Gunderson
Hilary Carroll   ...   Kimberley
Nancy Drake   ...   Flo
Stewart Zully   ...   Wallace Miller
Marilyn Boyle   ...   Winnie
Dan Augusta   ...   Billy Gunderson
Jimena Hoyos   ...   Cathy
Suzanne Coy   ...   Kiki
Ordena Stephens-Thompson   ...   Leslie
Devin McCracken   ...   Maurice
Leif Lynch   ...   Albert
Adam Cronan   ...   Wes
Tom Wahl   ...   Harman
Christopher Read   ...   Officer Olafsen
Peter Jordan   ...   Edwin Schuck
Vanessa Kuzyk   ...   Female Reporter
Matt Kippen   ...   Business Man
Benjamin Beauchemin   ...   Waylon
Kristen Harris   ...   Mother in Supermarket
Blane Cypurda   ...   Boy in Supermarket


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