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Coyote Ugly (31-Jul-2000)

Director: David McNally

Writer: Gina Wendkos

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

Rom-com follows a songwriter's journey of sexual self-discovery after taking a job at a sultry New York City bar.

ABSTRACT
Twenty-something songwriter Violet Sanford moves to New York City in an attempt to realize her dreams of fame and fortune. The reserved, introverted Violet takes a job as a barmaid at an area nightclub called Coyote Ugly as a means of supporting herself, ultimately coming out of her shell as she ingratiates herself with the club's sultry staff and aloof clientele.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Victor Argo
Actor
5-Nov-1934 6-Apr-2004 Taxi Driver and Mean Streets
Tyra Banks
Model
4-Dec-1973   America's Next Top Model
Michael Bay
Film Director
17-Feb-1964   Armageddon
Maria Bello
Actor
18-Apr-1967   Dr. Anna Del Amico on ER
Ellen Cleghorne
Comic
29-Nov-1965   Saturday Night Live
Bud Cort
Actor
29-Mar-1948   Harold in Harold and Maude
Adam Garcia
Actor
1-Jun-1973   Coyote Ugly
John Goodman
Actor
20-Jun-1952   King Ralph
Johnny Knoxville
Daredevil
11-Mar-1971   MTV Jackass
Melanie Lynskey
Actor
16-May-1977   Heavenly Creatures
Jack McGee
Actor
2-Feb-1949   Chief Jerry Reilly on Rescue Me
Izabella Miko
Actor
21-Jan-1981   Polish-American actress
Bridget Moynahan
Actor
28-Apr-1971   I, Robot
Kaitlin Olson
Actor
18-Aug-1975   It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
Piper Perabo
Actor
31-Oct-1976   Slap Her... She's French
LeAnn Rimes
Country Musician
28-Aug-1982   How Do I Live

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