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Two Family House (21-Jan-2000)

Director: Raymond De Felitta

Writer: Raymond De Felitta

Music by: Stephen Endelman

Producers: Anne Harrison; Alan Klingenstein

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Joseph R. Gannascoli
Actor
15-Feb-1959   Vito on The Sopranos
Kelly Macdonald
Actor
23-Feb-1976   Trainspotting
Vincent Pastore
Actor
14-Jul-1946   Big Pussy on The Sopranos
Michael Rispoli
Actor
21-Nov-1965   Jackie Aprile on The Sopranos
Richard B. Shull
Actor
24-Feb-1929 14-Oct-1999 Holmes and Yo-Yo

CAST

Michael Rispoli   ...   Buddy Visalo
Kelly Macdonald   ...   Mary O'Neary
Kathrine Narducci   ...   Estelle Visalo
Matt Servitto   ...   Chipmunk
and
Kevin Conway   ...   Jim O'Neary
Vincent Pastore   ...   Angelo
Michele Santopietro   ...   Laura
Anthony Arkin   ...   Danny
Louis Guss   ...   Donato
Rosemary DeAngelis   ...   Marie
Victor Arnold   ...   Mr. Cicco
Saul Stein   ...   Anthony
Sharon Angela   ...   Gloria
Ivy Jones   ...   Tina
Richard B. Shull   ...   Mr. Brancaccio
Nick Tosches   ...   Hotel Clerk
Jack O'Connell   ...   Mr. Mahoney
Gerry Bamman   ...   Mr. Pine
Barbara Haas   ...   Mrs. Genova
Marshall Efron   ...   Tiny
Joseph R. Gannascoli   ...   Counter Guy
Robert Fitch   ...   Drunken Guy
Peggy Gormley   ...   Miss Dimunjik
Richard Licata   ...   Mr. Asippi
Soja Moore   ...   Baby
Bijon Moore   ...   Baby
Shaidai Mingo   ...   Older Baby
John McLaughlin   ...   Arthur Godfrey
John Pizzarelli   ...   Julius LaRosa

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