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How to Be a Serial Killer (15-Nov-2008)

Director: Luke Ricci

Writer: Luke Ricci

Music by: Nicholas O'Toole

Producers: Jason Dittmer; Todd Makurath; Luke Ricci

Keywords: Horror/Comedy, Serial Killer

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Matthew Gray Gubler
9-Mar-1980   Dr. Spencer Reid on Criminal Minds
Shadoe Stevens
Game Show Host
3-Nov-1947   The voice of Hollywood Squares
George Wyner
20-Oct-1945   ADA Irwin Bernstein on Hill Street Blues


Matthew Gray Gubler   ...   Bart
Laura Regan   ...   Abigail
George Wyner   ...   Dr. Goldberg
Mary Jo Catlett   ...   Mother Wilson
Gonzalo Menendez   ...   Officer Chavez
Dameon Clarke   ...   Mike Wilson
Shadoe Stevens   ...   Narrator
Ryan K. Smith   ...   Thug
Ari Welkom   ...   Officer Garcia
Lindsay Stidham   ...   Young Girl
Mark R. Gerson   ...   Young Man with Pug
Ramon Hilario   ...   Juan
Douglas Dickerman   ...   Rob
Gary Wolf   ...   Johhny the Dick
Cameron Bender   ...   Zach
Shelly Desai   ...   Detective 1
Jack Donner   ...   Mr. Wilson
Joe Rivera   ...   Road Rage Victim
Chad Stansbury   ...   Thug 2
Ken Burden   ...   Parking Lot Victim
Carol Fullerton   ...   Kristin
Jennifer Gahagan   ...   Park Victim
Jason James   ...   Park Victim
Scott Jolgen   ...   Correctional Officer 1
Frederick Stuhrberg   ...   Correctional Officer 2
Kelley Koski   ...   Blow Gun Victim
Jay Lawrence   ...   Park Victim
Ken Murphy   ...   Brian
David Pearl   ...   Park Victim
Keralea Pollock   ...   Rebecca
Corey Richardson   ...   Homeless Man
Daniel Rogerson   ...   Detective 2
Charles Sowles   ...   Bill
Alex Vago   ...   Jason
Mark Westerdale   ...   Chris
Steve Dayton   ...   Office Worker 1
Brian Ankrum   ...   Office Worker 2


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