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Cow Belles (24-Mar-2006)

Director: Francine McDougall

Writers: Stu Krieger; Matt Dearborn

Score by: Kenneth Burgomaster

Producer: Kevin Lafferty

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jack Coleman
Actor
21-Feb-1958   Steven Carrington on Dynasty
Sheila McCarthy
Actor
27-Jan-1956   Sarah Cunningham on Little Mosque
Alyson Michalka
Actor
25-Mar-1989   Keely on Phil of the Future
Amanda Michalka
Actor
10-Apr-1991   Aly & AJ
Christian Serratos
Actor
21-Sep-1990   Suzie Crabgrass on Ned's Declassified

CAST

Amanda Michalka   ...   Courtney Callum
Alyson Michalka   ...   Taylor Callum
Sheila McCarthy   ...   Fran Walker
Michael Trevino   ...   Jackson Meade
Christian Serratos   ...   Heather Perez
Ron Gabriel   ...   Melvin Melville
Jack Coleman   ...   Reed Callum
Chris Gallinger   ...   Philippe
Michael Rhoades   ...   Bob Fenwick
Von Flores   ...   Nick Perez
Sandy Robson   ...   Thomas
Duane Murray   ...   Big Pete
Ordena Stephens-Thompson   ...   Joyce
Dylan Roberts   ...   Ralph
Stuart Clow   ...   Keith Walker
Craig Eldridge   ...   Wilbur Meade
Alex Hood   ...   Richie Miller
Sharon McFarlane   ...   Doris Miller
Paula Brancati   ...   Sarah Van Dyke
Amanda Tilson   ...   Jenny Bryant
Diana Peressini   ...   Marissa Wentworth
Beatriz Pizano   ...   Gina Perez
Jean Yoon   ...   Corrine
Shelley Peterson   ...   Miss Styles
John Boylan   ...   Driving Examiner
Scotty Watson   ...   Larry

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