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Intoxicating (11-Jan-2003)

Director: Mark David

Writers: Mark David; Kirk Harris

Original Score by: Mark David; William Tabanou

Producers: Tony Hewett; Jack Rubio; Kirk Harris

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Eric Roberts
Actor
18-Apr-1956   Restraining Order
John Savage
Actor
25-Aug-1949   The Deer Hunter

CAST

Kirk Harris   ...   Dr. Dorian Shanley
John Savage   ...   William Shanley
Eric Roberts   ...   Teddy Fields
Camilla Overbye Roos   ...   Anna Michelzewski
Joanne Baron   ...   Dr. Eilene Preminger
Ron Gilbert   ...   Officer John McDonald
Allan Rich   ...   Micheal Reilly
Laurie Baranyay   ...   Megan Foster
D. W. Brown   ...   Dr. Micheal Tuuri
Michael Dalmon   ...   Jerry
Fernanda Veinbergs   ...   Angie
Art Chudabala   ...   William Stanley's Doctor
Christina Carson   ...   Nurse Amy Donaldson
John Lane   ...   Lawrence
Sandi Schultz   ...   Nurse Nina Hollenbeck
Chaz Tolbert   ...   Ray
Honey Lauren   ...   Nurse Amanda Snyder
Nina Kruse   ...   Nurse in Hallway
Marie Black   ...   Katie
Ximena Solimano   ...   Crystal
Aidan Harris Kuykendall   ...   Young Dorian Shanley
Tina Kuykendall   ...   Dorian's Mother
Camille Solari   ...   Druggy in Pool at Teddy's
Jack Rubio, Jr.   ...   Angie's Son
Lily Rubio   ...   Anna's Child
Trevor Hale   ...   Man in Bathroom
Brent Clackson   ...   Hospital Pharmacist

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