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Switching Goals (12-Dec-1999)

Director: David Steinberg

Writers: David Kukoff; Matt Roshkow

Music by: Patrick Williams

Producer: Susan Murdoch

Keywords: Juvenile, Soccer

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Trevor Blumas
Actor
16-Oct-1984   Stranger in Town
Michael Cera
Actor
7-Jun-1988   George-Michael Bluth on Arrested Development
Robert Clark
Actor
20-Aug-1986   The Zack Files
Joe Grifasi
Actor
14-Jun-1944   The Bronx Is Burning
Eric Lutes
Actor
19-Aug-1962   Caroline in the City
Ashley Olsen
Actor
13-Jun-1986   Olsen Twin
Mary-Kate Olsen
Actor
13-Jun-1986   Olsen Twin

CAST

Mary-Kate Olsen   ...   Samantha Stanton
Ashley Olsen   ...   Emma Stanton
Starring
Kathryn Greenwood   ...   Denise Stanton
Joe Grifasi   ...   Dave
Trevor Blumas   ...   Greg Jeffries
and
Eric Lutes   ...   Jerry Stanton
Co-Starring
Keith Knight   ...   Willard Holmes
Jake LeDoux   ...   Richie
Robert Clark   ...   Helmet Head
Brian Heighton   ...   Jim
Ted Atherton   ...   Mitch
Vito Rezza   ...   Sal
Damir Andrei   ...   Arden
Michael Lamport   ...   Adrian
Jesse Farb   ...   Oscar
Marcello Meleca   ...   Danny
Judah Katz   ...   Mike
Cal Rosemond   ...   Frankie
Michael Cera   ...   Taylor
Moynan King   ...   Taylor's Mom
Joanna Reece   ...   Bobby's Mom
Wendy Haller   ...   Teacher
Adrian Griffin   ...   Referee
Alex House   ...   Kid at Arcade
with
Alexi Lalas   ...   Himself

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