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Adam (20-Jan-2009)

Director: Max Mayer

Writer: Max Mayer

Music by: Christopher Lennertz

Producers: Leslie Urdang; Miranda de Pencier; Dean Vanech

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Rose Byrne
Actor
24-Jul-1979   The Goddess of 1967
Hugh Dancy
Actor
19-Jun-1975   Galahad in King Arthur
Frankie Faison
Actor
10-Jun-1949   Commissioner Burrell on The Wire
Peter Gallagher
Actor
19-Aug-1955   American Beauty
Amy Irving
Actor
10-Sep-1953   Carrie and Yentl
Mark Linn-Baker
Actor
17-Jun-1954   Larry on Perfect Strangers

CAST

Hugh Dancy   ...   Adam Raki
Rose Byrne   ...   Beth Buchwald
Frankie Faison   ...   Harlan
Mark Linn-Baker   ...   Mr. Klieber
Amy Irving   ...   Rebecca Buchwald
Peter Gallagher   ...   Marty Buchwald
Haviland Morris   ...   Lyra
Adam LeFevre   ...   Mr. Wardlow
Mike Hodge   ...   Judge
Peter O'Hara   ...   Williams
John Rothman   ...   Beranbaum
Terry Walters   ...   Michael
Susan Porro   ...   Jen
Maddie Corman   ...   Robin
Jeff Hiller   ...   Rom
Karina Arroyave   ...   Teacher Assistant
Mark Doherty   ...   Cop #1
Tom Levanti   ...   Cop #2
Ursula Abbott   ...   Kelli
Steffany Huckaby   ...   Carol
Luka Kain   ...   Bruce
Brooke Johnston   ...   Stephanie
Lonnie McCullough   ...   Expert Witness
Tyler Poelle   ...   Bryan
Andrew Patrick Ralston   ...   Tour Leader
Torsten Hillhouse   ...   Guest #1
Bill Dawes   ...   Scottie
Hunter Reid   ...   Child

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