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The Best Man Holiday (15-Nov-2013)

Director: Malcolm D. Lee

Writer: Malcolm D. Lee

Keywords: Comedy, Class Reunion

Christmas-themed follow-up to 1999's The Best Man follows characters from the previous film as they reunite for the holidays well over a decade down the line.

ABSTRACT
Sequel to The Best Man (1999). Boasting a return of every cast member from The Best Man, The Best Man Holiday follows Harper Stewart and company as they get back together fifteen years after their last melodramatic romp together, soon discovering that time does not exactly heal all wounds nor extinguish every flame as sleigh bells ring throughout the air.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Monica Calhoun
Actor
29-Jul-1971   Bagdad Café
Morris Chestnut
Actor
1-Jan-1969   Two Can Play That Game
Eddie Cibrian
Actor
18-Jun-1973   Jimmy Doherty on Third Watch
Taye Diggs
Actor
2-Jan-1971   How Stella Got Her Groove Back
Eddie George
Football
24-Sep-1973   Dallas Cowboys RB
Regina Hall
Actor
12-Dec-1970   Scary Movie
Anthony Hamilton
Singer/Songwriter
28-Jan-1971   Comin' from Where I'm From
John Michael Higgins
Actor
12-Feb-1963   The Late Shift
Terrence Howard
Actor
11-Mar-1969   Hustle & Flow
Sanaa Lathan
Actor
19-Sep-1971   Love & Basketball
Nia Long
Actor
30-Oct-1970   Third Watch
Harold Perrineau, Jr.
Actor
7-Aug-1963   Link in The Matrix
Melissa De Sousa
Actor
25-Sep-1967   Gabriella on Reed Between the Lines

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