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Loving Jezebel (5-Aug-1999)

Director: Kwyn Bader

Writer: Kwyn Bader

Original Music by: Tony Prendatt

Producer: David Lancaster

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John Doman
9-Jan-1945   Ad exec turned prolific character actor
Elisa Donovan
3-Feb-1971   Clueless
Hill Harper
17-May-1966   CSI: New York
Laurel Holloman
23-May-1971   Tina Kennard on The L Word
Sandrine Holt
19-Nov-1972   Black Robe
David Moscow
14-Nov-1974   Big
Nicole Ari Parker
7-Oct-1970   Soul Food
Phylicia Rashad
19-Jun-1948   Claire Huxtable on The Cosby Show


Hill Harper   ...   Theodorous
Laurel Holloman   ...   Samantha
Nicole Ari Parker   ...   Frances
Sandrine Holt   ...   Mona
David Moscow   ...   Gabe
Andre Blake   ...   Necco
John Doman   ...   Pop Melville
Elisa Donovan   ...   Salli McConnell
Jean-Christophe Emo   ...   Francois
Heather Gottlieb   ...   Nina Clarise
Lysa Aya Trenier   ...   June
Phylicia Rashad   ...   Alice Melville
Larry Gilliard, Jr.   ...   Walter
Justin Pierre Edmund   ...   Little Theodorous
Diandra Newlin   ...   Nikki Noodleman
Faith Geer   ...   Mrs. Harp
Barry Yourgrau   ...   Mr. Leone
Eugene Ashe   ...   Man in Car
Makeda Christodoulos   ...   Israeli Girl
Abigail Rose Revasch   ...   Israeli Girl
Judah Domke   ...   Customer
Jason Hefter   ...   Customer
Gregory Grove   ...   Waiter
Angel Brown   ...   Rita
Ray Frazier   ...   Skip
Crystal Rose   ...   Beth
Bryant Clifford   ...   Steve


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