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Hick (10-Sep-2011)

Director: Derick Martini

Writer: Andrea Portes

From novel by: Andrea Portes

Composer: Larry Campbell

Producers: Steven Siebert; Christian Taylor; Charles de Portes; Jon Cornick

Keywords: Drama, Coming of Age, Road Trip, Hitchhiking

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Alec Baldwin
Actor
3-Apr-1958   A Baldwin Brother
Rory Culkin
Actor
21-Jul-1989   Kid in Signs
Juliette Lewis
Actor
21-Jun-1973   Natural Born Killers
Blake Lively
Actor
25-Aug-1987   Gossip Girl
Chloe Moretz
Actor
10-Feb-1997   Diary of a Wimpy Kid
Anson Mount
Actor
25-Feb-1973   Crossroads
Eddie Redmayne
Actor
6-Jan-1982   Red

CAST

Chloe Moretz   ...   Luli
Eddie Redmayne   ...   Eddie
Juliette Lewis   ...   Tammy
Rory Culkin   ...   Clement
Ray McKinnon   ...   Lloyd
Anson Mount   ...   Nick
Robert Baker   ...   Ray
Robert J. Stephenson   ...   Lux
Shaun Sipos   ...   Blane
with
Blake Lively   ...   Glenda
Alec Baldwin   ...   Beau
Christopher Coakley   ...   Kid #1
Kelsey Walston   ...   Kid #2
Tim Parati   ...   Male Barfly
Leon Lamar   ...   Clerk
Jon Cornick   ...   Cop #2
Brian Avery Galligan   ...   EMT
Dartanian Sloan   ...   Angel
Michael Jefferson   ...   Flannel Drunk
Matt Malloy   ...   Bunny Looker
David Allen Vescio   ...   Stranger
Jody Thompson   ...   Bartender
Beth Malone   ...   Sherri
Gina Stewart   ...   Crystal
Troy Rudeseal   ...   Bus Driver
Andrea Portes   ...   Special LA Bus Guest
Daisy De La Hoya   ...   Special LA Bus Guest
Trevor Moretz   ...   Special LA Bus Guest

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