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Face the Music (2000)

Director: Jeff Howard

Writer: Beth Harris

Composer: Philip W. Gough

Producer: Laura Ann Caulfield

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Tyler Christopher
11-Nov-1972   General Hospital
Sharon Leal
17-Oct-1972   Marilyn Sudor on Boston Public
Ted McGinley
30-May-1958   Married with Children
Jill Ritchie
5-Mar-1974   D.E.B.S.


Tyler Christopher   ...   Dan / Danielle
Elena Lyons   ...   Claire
Patrick Y. Malone   ...   Steve
Sharon Leal   ...   Tracie
Harry Van Gorkum   ...   Puzzles Levy
Jill Ritchie   ...   Eden
Marshall Bell   ...   Tommy
Una Damon   ...   Reggie Rein
Ryan Francis   ...   Ray
Charles C. Stevenson, Jr.   ...   Ed
Bev Land   ...   Andy
Ted McGinley   ...   Marcus
Gloria LeRoy   ...   Grandma
Laura Ann Caulfield   ...   Heather
Jennifer Slimko   ...   Rich Girl
Pamela Paulshock   ...   Young Hot Woman
James Sinjin Cromwell   ...   Marketing Head
Rae Ritke   ...   Video Head
Johnny Caulfield   ...   PR Guy
Alexa "Squirrel" Motley   ...   Puzzles Secretary
Sarah Hawkins   ...   Dirtbag Receptionist
Tara Hayes   ...   Hitz Magazine Receptionist
Dana Jones   ...   Marcus' Secretary
Kevin Michael Isaacs   ...   Rocker Dude
Joel Michaely   ...   Gay Man
Marshall Manesh   ...   Indian Man
Asha Siewukumar   ...   Beautiful Woman
Justine Klineman   ...   Autograph Girl
Beth Harris   ...   Autograph Girl
Scott Clarke   ...   Bouncer
Stephen McSwain   ...   Male Party Guest
Rachel Milay Gough   ...   Angry Girl
Philip W. Gough   ...   Rodney


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