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Maze (10-Oct-2000)

Director: Rob Morrow

Writers: Nicole Burdette; Rob Morrow; Bradley White

Original Music by: Bobby Previte

Producers: Paul Colichman; Mark R. Harris; Stephen P. Jarchow; Rob Morrow

Keywords: Romantic Drama, Painting

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Gia Carides
7-Jun-1964   My Big Fat Greek Wedding
Brian Greene
9-Feb-1963   The Elegant Universe
Laura Linney
5-Feb-1964   Meryl in The Truman Show
Rob Morrow
21-Sep-1962   Fleischman on Northern Exposure
Craig Sheffer
23-Apr-1960   A River Runs Through It


Rob Morrow   ...   Lyle Maze
Laura Linney   ...   Callie
Craig Sheffer   ...   Mike
Rose Gregorio   ...   Helen
Robert Hogan   ...   Lyle's Father
Gia Carides   ...   Julianne
Ken Leung   ...   Dr. Mikao
Betsy Aidem   ...   Lydia
Keenan Shimitzu   ...   Korean Market Employee
Matthew Storff   ...   Young Lyle
Sheila Zane   ...   Lenna
Lanny Flaherty   ...   Drunk
Susan Shacter   ...   Photographer
Wally Dunn   ...   Bartender
Billy Strong   ...   Italian Restaurant Patron
Nick Terno   ...   Waiter
Frank Pugliese   ...   Scott
Katie Brader   ...   Ob-Gyn Receptionist
Brian Greene   ...   Plate Techtonics Man
Merrill Holtzman   ...   Male Nurse
Kathleen Goldpaugh   ...   Birth Nurse
Alla   ...   Fashion Model
John Robin Baitz   ...   Man in Gallery
Ryan LaMarca   ...   Will Newborn Baby
William John Hamm   ...   Will a Few Weeks Old
James Paterno   ...   Will One Year Old


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