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Speakeasy (2002)

Director: Brendan Murphy

Writer: Brendan Murphy

Music by: Peter Golub

Producers: Chris Moore; Jeff Balis

Keywords: Drama, Deafness

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lake Bell
24-Mar-1979   Surface
Stacy Edwards
4-Mar-1965   In the Company of Men
Arthur Hiller
Film Director
22-Nov-1923 17-Aug-2016 An Alan Smithee Film
Nicky Katt
11-May-1970   Harry Senate on Boston Public
Christopher McDonald
15-Feb-1955   Happy Gilmore
Julianne Nicholson
1-Jul-1971   Law & Order: Criminal Intent
Sheeri Rappaport
27-Oct-1977   Officer Franco on NYPD Blue
David Strathairn
26-Jan-1949   Passion Fish


David Strathairn   ...   Bruce Hickman
Nicky Katt   ...   Frank Marnikov
Stacy Edwards   ...   Sophie Hickman
Christopher McDonald   ...   Dr. Addams
Lake Bell   ...   Sara Marnikov
Arthur Hiller   ...   Tobias Prappas
Michael Bacall   ...   Gene
Michael Chieffo   ...   Dan Haney
Dwight Armstrong   ...   Young Man
Gregory White   ...   Middle-Aged Man
Irene Roseen   ...   Katrina
Hal Landon, Jr.   ...   Mr. Petersen
Thomas Curtis   ...   Young Tobias
Sheeri Rappaport   ...   Party Mother
A. J. Noel   ...   Party Boy
Colin Patrick Lynch   ...   Officer
Gage Golightly   ...   Eva
Jude Anchang   ...   Hotel Employee #1
Evan Helmuth   ...   Hotel Employee #2
Kongit Farrell   ...   Café Waitress
Julianne Nicholson   ...   Rebecca
Sean Allen Aulbach   ...   Tattoo Parlor Artist
Sarah Rafferty   ...   Nurse
Toby   ...   Gordon the Dog


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