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Wild Cherry (10-Apr-2009)

Director: Dana Lustig

Writers: Grant Vetters; David Kolbowicz; Chris Charney

Music Composed by: Chris Ainscough

Producers: Gavin Wilding; Kyle Bornais; Byron A. Martin

Keywords: Sex Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Tia Carrere
Actor
2-Jan-1967   Wayne's World
Kristin Cavallari
TV Personality
5-Jan-1987   Laguna Beach
Ryan Merriman
Actor
10-Apr-1983   Young Jarod on The Pretender
Tania Raymonde
Actor
22-Mar-1988   Alex Rousseau on Lost
Rob Schneider
Comic
31-Oct-1963   Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo
Rumer Willis
Actor
16-Aug-1988   Daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore

CAST

Tania Raymonde   ...   Helen McNicol
Rumer Willis   ...   Katlyn Chase
Kristin Cavallari   ...   Trish Van Doren
Jesse Moss   ...   Brad "Skeets" Skeetowski
Ryan Merriman   ...   Stanford Prescott
John White   ...   Franklin Peters
with
Tia Carrere   ...   Ms. Haumea
Rob Schneider   ...   Nathan McNicol
Jeff Wahl   ...   Scar
Joel Labelle   ...   Marco
Tegan Moss   ...   Hannah
Bryan Clarke   ...   Jared Chase
Cory Wojcik   ...   Coach Becker
Curtis Moore   ...   Mr. Potzwild
Ashley Mayberry   ...   Hagatha
Benjamin Beauchemin   ...   Student Commentator
Elle King   ...   Sabrina
Suzanne Kelly   ...   Teen with Pigtails
Jeff Sutton   ...   Guy in Beaver Costume
David Turnbull   ...   Football Jock
Allison Perlov   ...   Girl with Braces
Tom Heaton   ...   Handsome Pete
Jennifer Donison   ...   Amy
Byron A. Martin   ...   Doctor

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