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Are You Here? (7-Sep-2013)

Director: Matthew Weiner

Writer: Matthew Weiner

Keywords: Comedy, Road Trip, Inheritance

A man learns of his hefty inheritance from his deceased estranged father, prompting a legal battle and road trip with a childhood buddy in tow.

ABSTRACT
Ben Baker, a curious thirtysomething slacker shuffling through life, learns of his massive inheritance from his recently-deceased estranged father. Standing in the way of his new wealth is his sister, determined to fight a protracted legal battle to take the money for herself; to that end, Ben sets out on a road trip with childhood friend-cum-television weatherman Steve Dallas in tow, driven to go back home to collect what is rightfully his.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Peter Bogdanovich
Film Director
30-Jul-1939   The Last Picture Show
Jason Davis
Actor
1982   Prison Break
Jenna Fischer
Actor
7-Mar-1974   Pam Beesly on The Office
Zach Galifianakis
Actor
1-Oct-1969   The Hangover
Alana De La Garza
Actor
18-Jun-1976   Connie Rubirosa on Law & Order
Joel Gretsch
Actor
20-Dec-1963   Tom Baldwin on The 4400
Edward Herrmann
Actor
21-Jul-1943 31-Dec-2014 Richard Gilmore on Gilmore Girls
Amy Poehler
Actor
16-Sep-1971   Leslie Knope on Parks and Recreation
Laura Ramsey
Actor
14-Nov-1982   She's the Man
Melissa Rauch
Actor
23-Jun-1980   Bernadette on The Big Bang Theory
David Selby
Actor
5-Feb-1941   Richard Channing on Falcon Crest
Owen Wilson
Actor
18-Nov-1968   Zoolander

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