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Comfort and Joy (2003)

Director: Maggie Greenwald

Writer: Judd Parkin

Music by: David Mansfield

Producers: Armand Leo; Cathy Mickel Gibson

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Dixie Carter
Actor
25-May-1939 10-Apr-2010 Designing Women
Paul Dooley
Actor
22-Feb-1928   Grace Under Fire
Nancy McKeon
Actor
4-Apr-1966   Jo on The Facts of Life

CAST

Nancy McKeon   ...   Jane Berry
Steven Eckholdt   ...   Sam
Paul Dooley   ...   George
Andrew Chalmers   ...   Troy Keller
Jordy Benattar   ...   Heather Keller
Maria Herrera   ...   Alison Phillips
and
Dixie Carter   ...   Frederica
Featuring
Sandi Ross   ...   Dr. Frances Atkinson
Lindsay Leese   ...   Renee Becker
Myriam Sirois   ...   Jessica
Grant Nickalls   ...   Richard Devries
Jim Feather   ...   Nate
Dwight Ireland   ...   Albert
Smok-ee Allen   ...   Alicia Phillips
A. J. Saudin   ...   Derek Phillips
Robert McCarrol   ...   Donnie
Chantele Francis   ...   Female Volunteer
Paul A. MacFarlane   ...   Male Volunteer
Jonathan Miller   ...   Man in Apartment
Sal Figliomeni   ...   Phil
Jee-Yun Lee   ...   Weatherperson
Kelsey Matheson   ...   Pretty Blonde
Jose Arias   ...   Wally
Deborah Tennant   ...   Singer #1
Mark Cassius   ...   Singer, #2
Jeannie Wyse   ...   Singer #3
Robert Longo   ...   Singer #4
Clive McLean   ...   Adam Gorse
Jade Tsuruda   ...   Pretty Girl #1
Caroline Tsuruda   ...   Pretty Girl #2

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