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See You in September (Apr-2010)

Director: Tamara Tunie

Writers: Victoria Rinaldi; Joseph Cilibrasi; Jennifer Maloney; Whitney Sugarman

Music by: Jeff Cardoni

Producers: Joseph Cilibrasi; Tamara Tunie; Jennifer Maloney

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Sandra Bernhard
Comic
6-Jun-1955   The King of Comedy
David Eigenberg
Actor
17-May-1964   Steve Brady on Sex and the City
Justin Kirk
Actor
28-May-1969   Angels in America
James McDaniel
Actor
25-Mar-1958   Lt. Arthur Fancy on NYPD Blue
Maulik Pancholy
Actor
18-Jan-1974   Jonathan on 30 Rock
Michael Rispoli
Actor
21-Nov-1965   Jackie Aprile on The Sopranos
Estella Warren
Model
23-Dec-1970   Synchronized swimmer turned model

CAST

Justin Kirk   ...   AJ
Estella Warren   ...   Lindsay
Liza Lapira   ...   Monica
David Eigenberg   ...   Max
Michael Rispoli   ...   Terrence
Maulik Pancholy   ...   Roger
James McDaniel   ...   Lewis
Michael Hyatt   ...   Eve
Lindsey Kraft   ...   Dagney
Sandra Bernhard   ...   Charlotte
Raushanah Simmons   ...   Trish
Jason Kravits   ...   Stevie
Joel Marsh Garland   ...   Ralph
Brian Anthony Wilson   ...   Cop
Nate Lombardi   ...   Bartender
Brianne Berkson   ...   Liz
Christopher Sieber   ...   Steven
Elizabeth Fountain   ...   Yoga Teacher
Whoopi Goldberg   ...   Therapist
Gabrielle Cilibrasi   ...   Little Girl
Whitney Sugarman   ...   Simone
Henry Hodges   ...   Cereal Boy
Gregory Generet   ...   Jazz Club Singer
Jair Coelho   ...   Jazz Club Guitarist
Spraga   ...   Spence

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