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Keith (11-Apr-2008)

Director: Todd Kessler

Writers: David Zabel; Todd Kessler

From short story: Keith by Ron Carlson

Music Composed by: Tree Adams

Producers: Rebecca Hobbs; Todd Kessler

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jennifer Grey
Actor
26-Mar-1960   Dirty Dancing
Elisabeth Harnois
Actor
26-May-1979   Christina Nickson on Point Pleasant
Jesse McCartney
Singer
9-Apr-1987   Bradin Westerly on Summerland
Michael McGrady
Actor
30-Mar-1960   Det. Salinger on Southland
Michael O'Keefe
Actor
24-Apr-1955   Caddyshack
Ethan Phillips
Actor
8-Feb-1955   Neelix on Star Trek: Voyager

CAST

Elisabeth Harnois   ...   Natalie
Jesse McCartney   ...   Keith
Margo Harshman   ...   Brooke
Ignacio Serricchio   ...   Raff
Michael O'Keefe   ...   Alan Ascher
Michael McGrady   ...   Pete
Ethan Phillips   ...   Mr. Miles
Gareth Williams   ...   Henry
and
Jennifer Grey   ...   Caroline
Eric Parker   ...   Travis
Jessy Schram   ...   Courtney
Micah Henson   ...   Shane
Ian Nelson   ...   Brian
Tabitha Brownstone   ...   Cynthia
Sam Murphy   ...   Zach
Sarah Zinsser   ...   Office Lady
Ron Carlson   ...   English Teacher
Megan Hubbell   ...   Officious Girl
Courtney Halverson   ...   Junior Girl
Janice Kent   ...   Woman
Zach Rockefeller   ...   Billy
Jan Devereaux   ...   Secretary
Rachel Thorp   ...   Girl
Tim Halligan   ...   Father
Michael Bryan French   ...   Principal Sassen
Lee Turner   ...   Joe

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