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Ping Pong Playa (9-Sep-2007)

Director: Jessica Yu

Writers: Jessica Yu; Jimmy Tsai

Music: Jeff Beal

Producers: Anne Clements; Joan Huang

Keywords: Sports Comedy, Ping Pong

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Scott Lowell
22-Feb-1965   Ted Schmidt on Queer as Folk
Shelley Malil
23-Dec-1964   Actor, incarcerated for attempted murder
Peter Paige
10-Apr-1968   Emmett on Queer as Folk
Stephnie Weir
28-Nov-1967   Madtv


Jimmy Tsai   ...   Christopher "C-Dub" Wang
Khary Payton   ...   JP Money
Smith Cho   ...   Jennifer
Peter Paige   ...   Gerald Harcourt
Elizabeth Sung   ...   Mrs. Wang
Jim Lau   ...   Mr. Wang
Andrew Vo   ...   Felix
Kevin Chung   ...   William Lin
Javin Reid   ...   Prabakar
Stephnie Weir   ...   Cheryl Davis
Shelley Malil   ...   DB Reddy
Scott Lowell   ...   Tom
Roger Fan   ...   Michael Wang
Sir Jonathan Oliver   ...   Jon Howard
Martin Chow   ...   Jerry Lin
Cici Lau   ...   Mrs. Chen
Lang Yun   ...   Mrs. Lu
Catherine Dao   ...   Mrs. Sun
Alejandro Patino   ...   Boss -- Steve
Jason Stuart   ...   Doctor
Chris Solis   ...   Henry
Alexander Lee Agate   ...   Loser Kid 1
Jordan Green   ...   Loser Kid 2
William Behlendorf   ...   Another Kid
Shalin Patel   ...   Bowling Kid
Romeo Brown   ...   Kevin
Adam Bobrow   ...   Dan Furlie
Shu Lan Tuan   ...   Chinese Woman
Ben Lin   ...   Chinese Man
Christine Chiang   ...   TV Reporter
Garren Bui   ...   Little Kid
Biba   ...   Killerspin Player
Barney Reed   ...   Killerspin Player
Elan Tom   ...   Wilson
Esther Song   ...   Miss East Hills Chinatown


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