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The Sunshine Boys (1995)

Director: John Erman

Writer: Neil Simon

From a play: The Sunshine Boys by Neil Simon

Producer: John Erman

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Kirk Acevedo
Actor
27-Nov-1974   Oz, Law & Order: Trial by Jury
Woody Allen
Film Director
1-Dec-1935   Annie Hall
Michael Badalucco
Actor
20-Dec-1954   Jimmy Berluti on The Practice
Jennifer Esposito
Actor
11-Apr-1973   The Proposal
Edie Falco
Actor
5-Jul-1963   The Sopranos, Nurse Jackie
Peter Falk
Actor
16-Sep-1927 23-Jun-2011 Detective Columbo
Michael McKean
Actor
17-Oct-1947   This Is Spinal Tap, SNL
Sarah Jessica Parker
Actor
25-Mar-1965   Carrie on Sex and the City
Liev Schreiber
Actor
4-Oct-1967   Actor, voiceover talent

CAST

Woody Allen   ...   Al Lewis
Peter Falk   ...   Willie Clark
Michael McKean   ...   Scott Grogan
Liev Schreiber   ...   Richard Gregg
Edie Falco   ...   Carol
Sarah Jessica Parker   ...   Nancy Clark
Tyler Noyes   ...   Peter
Olga Merediz   ...   Sue
Andy Taylor   ...   Michael Davison
Jose Soto   ...   Hispanic Boy #1
Kirk Acevedo   ...   Hispanic Boy #2
William Hill   ...   Hal Jenks
Herbert Rubens   ...   Murray
Merwin Goldsmith   ...   Harry
David Lipman   ...   Jerry
Ray Anthony Thomas   ...   Limo Driver
Peter Appel   ...   Anson Black
Jennifer Esposito   ...   Jeannie
Jim Bracchitta   ...   Assistant
Michael Badalucco   ...   Sound Man
Stephen Singer   ...   Camera Operator
Carlos Rafart   ...   Desk Clerk

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