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Crazy as Hell (6-Feb-2002)

Director: Eriq La Salle

Writers: Jeremy Leven; Erik Jendresen

From novel: Satan by Jeremy Leven

Music by: Billy Childs

Producers: Butch Robinson; Eriq La Salle; D. J. Caruso; Ken Aguado

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Michael Beach
Actor
30-Oct-1963   Doc Parker on Third Watch
Twink Caplan
Actor
25-Dec-1947   Look Who's Talking
Ronny Cox
Actor
23-Jul-1938   Lt. Bogomil in Beverly Hills Cop
Eriq La Salle
Actor
23-Jul-1962   ER
John C. McGinley
Actor
3-Aug-1959   Dr. Perry Cox on Scrubs
Sinbad
Comic
10-Nov-1956   Sinbad sitcom
Tia Texada
Actor
14-Dec-1971   Sgt. Maritza Cruz on Third Watch

CAST

Michael Beach   ...   Ty Adams
Ronny Cox   ...   Delazo
John C. McGinley   ...   Parker
Tia Texada   ...   Lupa
Sinbad   ...   Orderly
Ray Xifo   ...   Selden
Tom Everett   ...   Mansell
Jane Carr   ...   Nurse Danza
William Bassett   ...   Mr. Brennan
Shelly Robertson   ...   Veda
Twink Caplan   ...   Suzanne
Introducing
Tracy Pettit   ...   Cheryl
and
Eriq La Salle   ...   The Man
Khylan Jones   ...   Brianna
David Backus   ...   Todd
Wendy Yang   ...   Boom Operator
Matt Thomas   ...   Stretch McGuffin
Jim Ortlieb   ...   Mr. Tobin
Roberta Haze   ...   Ms. Aslee
J. P. Manoux   ...   Arnie
Christian Gann   ...   Shirtless Man
Marty Yost   ...   Policeman
Fran Bennett   ...   Mrs. Ada Barnett

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