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Pizza (27-May-2005)

Director: Mark Christopher

Writer: Mark Christopher

Original Music by: John Kimbrough

Producers: Tim Perell; Howard Gertler; Gary Winick; Jake Abraham

Keywords: Comedy, Pizza Delivery

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Alexis Dziena
Actor
8-Jul-1984   Kira Underlay on Invasion
Ethan Embry
Actor
13-Jun-1978   Empire Records
Judah Friedlander
Comic
16-Mar-1969   Baseball-capped comedian, 30 Rock
Julie Hagerty
Actor
15-Jun-1955   Airplane!
Jesse McCartney
Singer
9-Apr-1987   Bradin Westerly on Summerland
Miriam Shor
Actor
25-Jul-1971   Cricket Caruth-Reilly on GCB

CAST

Ethan Embry   ...   Matt
Kylie Sparks   ...   Cara-Ethyl
Joey Kern   ...   Jon
Marylouise Burke   ...   Aunt Grandma
Judah Friedlander   ...   Jimmy
Richard Easton   ...   Mr. Mitchell
Miriam Shor   ...   Vanessa
and
Julie Hagerty   ...   Darlene
Martin Campetta   ...   Frank
Alexis Dziena   ...   Emily
Michael Charles Roman   ...   Nick
Mary Birdsong   ...   Siobhan
Jessica Dunphy   ...   Desiree
Cameron Boyd   ...   Palazzo Worker
Con Horgan   ...   Siobhan's Husband
Dierdre Paolella   ...   Leticia
Chris Spain   ...   Tyler
Cara Hoppes McCulley   ...   Pizza House Waitress
Julia Kay   ...   Gina Morrissey
Nikki M. James   ...   April Snow
Jesse McCartney   ...   Justin
Max Ligosh   ...   Gina's Boyfriend
Tyler Tooley   ...   Pre-Teen 1
Hannah Saltzman   ...   Pre-Teen 2
Julie Silverstone   ...   Wendy
Eve Reinhardt   ...   Becca

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