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Hey Hey It's Esther Blueburger (10-Feb-2008)

Director: Cathy Randall

Writer: Cathy Randall

Original Music Composed by: Guy Gross

Producer: Miriam Stein

Keywords: Drama, Coming of Age

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Keisha Castle-Hughes
24-Mar-1990   Whale Rider
Toni Collette
1-Nov-1972   United States of Tara
Essie Davis
1970   Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries


Keisha Castle-Hughes   ...   Sunni
Danielle Catanzariti   ...   Esther Blueburger
Essie Davis   ...   Grace Blueburger
Russell Dykstra   ...   Osmond Blueburger
Christian Byers   ...   Jacob Blueburger
Toni Collette   ...   Mary
Cassandra Jinman   ...   The Slug
Talia Monaghan   ...   Ribbon 1 / Missy
Yen Yen Stender   ...   Ribbon 2 / Lissy
Laura Kettle   ...   Ribbon 3 / Demi
Lucy Carey   ...   Ribbon 4 / Sienna
Tisha Adey   ...   Ribbon 5 / Prudence
Leticia Monaghan   ...   Prefect / Cynthia
Edwin Hodgeman   ...   Rabbi
Vanessa Downing   ...   Music Teacher
Poh Ling Yeow   ...   Sales Assistant
Bridget Walters   ...   Mrs. Rosen
Esme Proudman   ...   Mrs. Silverman
Deidre Rubenstein   ...   Mrs. Fleisher
Tony Mack   ...   Science Teacher
Caitlin McDougall   ...   Miss Koolkats
Jonny Pasvolsky   ...   Mr. Hooper
Elise Champion   ...   Helen
Nikita Adams   ...   Piper
Daniela Ganter   ...   Alex
Alex DeGaris-Boot   ...   Braces Boy
Mark Gaweda   ...   Psychiatrist
Paul Blackwell   ...   Mr. Duke
Lyn Pike   ...   Sunni's Grandmother
Patrick Frost   ...   Sunni's Grandfather
Joey Kennedy   ...   Policewoman


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