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The Big White (13-May-2005)

Director: Mark Mylod

Writer: Collin Friesen

Music by: Mark Mothersbaugh

Producers: Christopher Eberts; David Faigenblum; Chris Roberts

Keywords: Crime/Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
W. Earl Brown
Actor
7-Sep-1963   The Alamo, Deadwood
Woody Harrelson
Actor
23-Jul-1961   Woody from Cheers
Holly Hunter
Actor
20-Mar-1958   The Piano
Alison Lohman
Actor
18-Sep-1979   Matchstick Men
Tim Blake Nelson
Actor
11-May-1964   O Brother, Where Art Thou?
Giovanni Ribisi
Actor
17-Dec-1974   Sky Captain's Dex Dearborn
Robin Williams
Comic
21-Jul-1952   Mork from Ork

CAST

Robin Williams   ...   Paul
Holly Hunter   ...   Margaret
Giovanni Ribisi   ...   Ted
Woody Harrelson   ...   Raymond
Tim Blake Nelson   ...   Gary
W. Earl Brown   ...   Jimbo
and
Alison Lohman   ...   Tiffany
William Merasty   ...   Cam
Marina Stephenson Kerr   ...   Avis
Ralph Alderman   ...   Mr. Branch
Frank Adamson   ...   Detective
Andrea Shawcross   ...   Hair Stylist
Ryan Miranda   ...   Korean-am Teenager
Craig March   ...   Howard
Ty Wood   ...   Paperboy
Frank C. Turner   ...   Dave
Brenda McDonald   ...   Mrs. Wherry
Deena Fontaine   ...   Female Cop
Joanne Rodriguez   ...   TV Reporter
Eric Epstein   ...   Minister
Harry Nelken   ...   Warehouse Owner Spellman
Jeff Skinner   ...   Arnith
Stephen Eric McIntyre   ...   City Worker #2 -- Bill
Monster   ...   Jodie

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