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The Job (26-Sep-2009)

Director: Shem Bitterman

Writer: Shem Bitterman

From a play: The Job by Shem Bitterman (2001)

Original Score by: Enis Rotthoff

Producers: Kiki Goshay; Shem Bitterman

Keywords: Dark Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Patrick Flueger
Actor
10-Dec-1983   Shawn Farrell on The 4400
Mark Harelik
Actor
5-Jun-1951   Character actor
Gregory Itzin
Actor
20-Apr-1948   President Charles Logan on 24
Taryn Manning
Actor
6-Nov-1978   Crossroads
Joe Pantoliano
Actor
12-Sep-1951   Ralph Cifaretto, Guido the killer pimp
Ron Perlman
Actor
13-Apr-1950   Hellboy

CAST

Patrick Flueger   ...   Bubba
Ron Perlman   ...   Jim
Taryn Manning   ...   Joy
Joe Pantoliano   ...   Perriman
Mark Harelik   ...   Martin
Gregory Itzin   ...   Mr. D
Katie Lowes   ...   Connie
Joe Gerety   ...   Man #1
Andrew Elvis Miller   ...   Man #2
Jack Kehler   ...   Zeke
Jack Goshay   ...   Boy in Park
Annette Sinclair   ...   Soap Actress Mom
Glenn Dossin   ...   Soap Actor Dad
Emily Helman Scherrer   ...   Eleven Year Old Joy
Janalee Keegstra   ...   Trish
Steven Goldsmith   ...   Tiny
Shawna Casey   ...   BYOB Receptionist
Jennifer Bauer   ...   BYOB Secretary
Rhonda Freya English   ...   U-Turn Café Waitress
Ben Bowen   ...   Young Man
Frank Zieger   ...   Soap Opera Man Nurse
Reuben Yabuku   ...   U-Turn Café Cook
Shawn Patrick Nash   ...   U-Turn Café Cowboy

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