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Secret of the Wings (16-Aug-2012)

Directors: Bobs Gannaway; Peggy Holmes

Writers: Bobs Gannaway; Peggy Holmes; Ryan Rowe; Tom Rogers

Keywords: Juvenile/Fantasy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Pamela Adlon
Actor
9-Jul-1966   Marcy on Californication
Dee Bradley Baker
Actor
31-Aug-1962   Voice actor
Jeff Bennett
Actor
2-Oct-1962   Voice of Johnny Bravo
Jodi Benson
Actor
10-Oct-1961   The Little Mermaid
Timothy Dalton
Actor
21-Mar-1944   Played James Bond briefly
Grey DeLisle
Singer/Songwriter
24-Aug-1973   Singer and voice actress
John DiMaggio
Actor
4-Sep-1968   Voice of Bender on Futurama
Lucy Hale
Actor
14-Jun-1989   Aria Montgomery on Pretty Little Liars
Megan Hilty
Actor
29-Mar-1981   Ivy Lynn on Smash
Jane Horrocks
Actor
18-Jan-1964   Deadly Advice
Anjelica Huston
Actor
8-Jul-1951   The Grifters
Matt Lanter
Actor
1-Apr-1983   Liam Court on 90210
Lucy Liu
Actor
2-Dec-1968   Ling on Ally McBeal
Jesse McCartney
Singer
9-Apr-1987   Bradin Westerly on Summerland
Kathy Najimy
Actor
6-Feb-1957   Voice of Peggy on King of the Hill
Rob Paulsen
Actor
11-Mar-1956   Voice of Ninja Turtle Raphael
Raven-Symoné
Actor
10-Dec-1985   That's So Raven
Debby Ryan
Actor
13-May-1993   Bailey Pickett on The Suite Life
Steve Valentine
Actor
26-Oct-1966   Nigel Townsend on Crossing Jordan
Mae Whitman
Actor
9-Jun-1988   Ann on Arrested Development

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