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Killer Movie (Apr-2008)

Director: Jeff Fisher

Writer: Jeff Fisher

Music by: Todd Haberman

Producers: Cornelia Ryan Taylor; Michael Sanchez; Jeff Fisher; Russell Terlecki

Keywords: Horror

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Nestor Carbonell
Actor
1-Dec-1967   Luis Rivera on Suddenly Susan
J. C. Chasez
Singer
8-Aug-1976   *NSYNC
Kaley Cuoco
Actor
30-Nov-1985   Penny on The Big Bang Theory
Jason London
Actor
7-Nov-1972   Poor White Trash
Leighton Meester
Actor
9-Apr-1986   Gossip Girl
Paul Wesley
Actor
23-Jul-1982   Tommy Callahan on Everwood

CAST

Paul Wesley   ...   Jake
Kaley Cuoco   ...   Blanca
Gloria Votsis   ...   Keir
Jason London   ...   Mike
Al Santos   ...   Luke
Nestor Carbonell   ...   Seaton
Leighton Meester   ...   Jaynie
Adriana DeMeo   ...   Daphne
Torrey DeVitto   ...   Phoebe
Robert Buckley   ...   Nik
Andy Fischer-Price   ...   Vance
Jackson Bond   ...   Connor
Hal B. Klein   ...   Greg
Maitland McConnell   ...   Erin
with
Cyia Batten   ...   Lee
J. C. Chasez   ...   Ted
Stephen Pelinski   ...   Coach Carhart
Jennifer Murphy   ...   Mrs. Falls
Mike Lutgen   ...   Hal
Bruce Bohne   ...   Coach Hansen
Glida Fisher-Goodon   ...   Local Woman
Chris Carlson   ...   Sheriff
Mary Murphy   ...   Librarian
Alan Stenman   ...   Medic
Debbie DeLisi   ...   Debbie
Lauren Sanchez   ...   Margo Moorehead
Casey Ashby   ...   Bartender
Max   ...   Bongo
Nick Sweiven   ...   Locker Room Boy
Andrew DiPalma   ...   Blanca's Scandal Guy

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