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One Week (8-Sep-2008)

Director: Michael McGowan

Writer: Michael McGowan

Music by: Andrew Lockington

Producers: Michael McGowan; Nicholas de Pencier; Jane Tattersall

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Road Trip

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Liane Balaban
Actor
24-Jun-1980   The Trotsky
Gabriel Hogan
Actor
1973   Ian Farnham on Traders
Joshua Jackson
Actor
11-Jun-1978   Pacey on Dawson's Creek
Campbell Scott
Actor
19-Jul-1961   The Spanish Prisoner

CAST

Joshua Jackson   ...   Ben Tyler
Liane Balaban   ...   Samantha Pierce
Fiona Reid   ...   Mary Tyler
Chuck Shamata   ...   Gerald Tyler
Gordon Downie   ...   Biker
Marc Strange   ...   Art Carey
Gabriel Hogan   ...   Dereck Vincent
Jane Spidell   ...   Fran
Emm Gryner   ...   Tracey
and
Campbell Scott   ...   Narrator
Peter Spence   ...   Doctor
Gage Munroe   ...   Young Ben
Richard Waugh   ...   Baseball Coach
Deirdre Kirby   ...   Mrs. Bell
Caroline Cave   ...   Nancy Tyler
Jodi Brooks   ...   Nurse Forrester
Chris Benson   ...   Mayor
David Reale   ...   Pete
Kyle Fairlie   ...   Oscar
Colin Fox   ...   Fr. O'Neill
Jim Codrington   ...   Pharmacist
Fergus Barnes   ...   Fran's Lover
Chad Norbert   ...   Badlands Tour Guide
Joel Plaskett   ...   Busker
Leonard George   ...   First Nations' Singer
Michaela Mann   ...   Waitress
Ryan Reid   ...   Max
Ulla Friis   ...   Steffi

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