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The Thin Pink Line (7-Oct-2000)

Directors: Joe Dietl; Michael Irpino

Writers: Joe Dietl; Michael Irpino

Keywords: Comedy, Mockumentary

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jennifer Aniston
Actor
11-Feb-1969   Rachel on Friends
Margaret Cho
Comic
5-Dec-1968   Loud-mouthed standup comic
David Cross
Actor
4-Apr-1964   Mr. Show with Bob and David
Tate Donovan
Actor
25-Sep-1963   Jimmy Cooper on The O.C.
Illeana Douglas
Actor
25-Jul-1965   Grace of My Heart
Nora Dunn
Comic
29-Apr-1952   SNL alumna
Christine Elise
Actor
12-Feb-1965   Ex-Fiancée of Jason Priestley
Will Ferrell
Comic
16-Jul-1967   Saturday Night Live
Janeane Garofalo
Comic
28-Sep-1964   Actor, Comedian, Author, Activist
Laura Kightlinger
Comic
13-Jun-1969   Comedienne
Phil LaMarr
Actor
24-Jan-1967   Mad TV, also voice actor
Anne Meara
Comic
20-Sep-1929   Stiller and Meara
Joel Murray
Actor
17-Apr-1963   Pete Cavanaugh on Dharma & Greg
Mike Myers
Comic
25-May-1963   Austin Powers
Taylor Negron
Actor
1-Aug-1958   The Last Boy Scout
Jason Priestley
Actor
28-Aug-1969   Brandon Walsh on Beverly Hills 90210
Mary Lynn Rajskub
Actor
22-Jun-1971   Chloe O'Brian on 24
Andy Richter
Actor
28-Oct-1966   Formerly controlled the universe
David Schwimmer
Actor
12-Nov-1966   Ross on Friends
Molly Shannon
Comic
16-Sep-1964   Saturday Night Live
Maura Tierney
Actor
3-Feb-1965   Abby from ER
Tuc Watkins
Actor
2-Sep-1966   One Life to Live

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