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Mozart and the Whale (10-Sep-2005)

Director: Petter Naess

Writer: Ron Bass

Producers: Robert Lawrence; Ron Bass; Boaz Davidson; Frank DeMartini; James Acheson

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Gary Cole
Actor
20-Sep-1956   Bill in Office Space
Josh Hartnett
Actor
21-Jul-1978   The Virgin Suicides
John Carroll Lynch
Actor
1-Aug-1963   The Drew Carey Show
Radha Mitchell
Actor
12-Nov-1973   Love and Other Catastrophes

CAST

Josh Hartnett   ...   Donald
Radha Mitchell   ...   Isabelle
Gary Cole   ...   Wallace
Sheila Kelley   ...   Janice
Erica Leerhsen   ...   Bronwin
John Carroll Lynch   ...   Gregory
Nate Mooney   ...   Roger
Rusty Schwimmer   ...   Gracie
Robert Wisdom   ...   Blume
Allen Evangelista   ...   Skeets
Kelly Eviston   ...   Dr. Trask
Jhon Goodwin   ...   Rodney
Christa Campbell   ...   Therapist
Jeffrey Brandle   ...   Ten-Year-Old Kid
Hollis Higgins   ...   Homeless Man
Bil Childress   ...   Handsome Stranger
Christopher Gabble   ...   Fifteen-Year-Old Donald
Shelli Lether   ...   Donald's Mom
Mercedee Smith   ...   Young Isabella
Kris Higgins   ...   Donald's Brother
Sharif Shawkat   ...   Young Donald
Patrick McHenry-Kroetch   ...   Mac
Norm McBride   ...   Boss
Jerry Sciarrio   ...   Truck Driver
Joey McFarland   ...   Server
Suzanne Niles   ...   Hostess
Herb Tsuchiya   ...   Taxi Passenger #1
Mune Nakano   ...   Taxi Passenger #2
J. P. O'Shaughnessy   ...   Old Guy
Wonder Russell   ...   School Teacher

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