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Summer Eleven (2010)

Director: Joseph Kell

Writer: Joseph Kell

Music by: Dave Christensen

Producers: Valerie Mahaffey; Joseph Kell

Keywords: Drama, Coming of Age

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Adam Arkin
Actor
19-Aug-1956   Dr. Aaron Shutt on Chicago Hope

CAST

Starring
Alice Ziolkoski   ...   Vanessa
Sarah Butterworth   ...   Jess
Meaghan Hughes   ...   Lizzie
Sydney Fox   ...   Peri
Valerie Mahaffey   ...   Linda
Deborah Theaker   ...   Cheryl
Lisa Langlois   ...   Jenine
Steven Grayhm   ...   Gerry
Mark Humphrey   ...   Dave
Eamon Hunt   ...   Martin
Jamie Butterworth   ...   Julie
Daniel Wantland   ...   Supporting Cast
Sawyer Patterson   ...   Dylan
Thomas Wilson   ...   Kevin
Molly Hart   ...   Terry
Rebecca Butterworth   ...   Miranda
Eno Fox   ...   Jeff
and
Adam Arkin   ...   Ron
Carol Halter   ...   Dancing Woman
Doug Halter   ...   Dancing Man
Anne Flores   ...   Martin's Assistant
Hannah Krasner   ...   Crystal
Rachel Christensen   ...   Casting Director
Sheldon Krasner   ...   Director's Voice
Dave Christensen   ...   Bike Path Dad
Terrapin Christensen   ...   Bike Path Boy
William Pulliam   ...   Van Driver
Mollie Webber   ...   Girl on TV
Kaelin McDonald   ...   Girl on TV
Ricky Lewis   ...   Captain Crazy Guy
Mike Flores   ...   Dave's Client
George Ohanyan   ...   Ice Cream Man
Redd Villanueva   ...   Mean Friend
Cheyenne Steward   ...   Mean Friend

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