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Here Comes the Boom (12-Oct-2012)

Director: Frank Coraci

Writers: Kevin James; Allan Loeb; Rock Reuben

Keywords: Comedy, Drama, Martial Arts

A middle-aged ex-college wrestler and biology teacher seeks a career in mixed-martial arts fighting to raise funds for his cash-strapped high school.

ABSTRACT
Scott Voss, an ex-wrestler and disillusioned middle-aged man meandering through a career as a biology teacher at the failing Wilkinson High School, is sobered by news of budget cutbacks that may jeopardize the employment of his friend and colleague, music teacher Marty. Determined to raise the necessary $48,000 required to prevent Wilkinson from implementing their cutbacks, Scott takes up a second job as an instructor in a citizenship class, ultimately turning to mixed-martial arts fighting as a source of quick cash after learning of the past of one of his students.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Charice
Singer
10-May-1992   Filipina pop singer
Lenny Clarke
Actor
16-Sep-1953   Uncle Teddy on Rescue Me
Frank Coraci
Film Director
3-Feb-1966   The Waterboy
Greg Germann
Actor
26-Feb-1958   Richard Fish on Ally McBeal
Salma Hayek
Actor
2-Sep-1966   Frida
Kevin James
Actor
26-Apr-1965   The King of Queens
Melissa Peterman
Actor
1-Jul-1970   Barbra Jean on Reba
Joe Rogan
Actor
11-Aug-1967   Host of Fear Factor
Gary Valentine
Actor
22-Nov-1961   The King of Queens
Henry Winkler
Actor
30-Oct-1945   Fonz on Happy Days

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