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Get Well Soon (21-Dec-2001)

Director: Justin McCarthy

Writer: Justin McCarthy

Music Composed by: Ric Markmann

Producers: Galt Niederhoffer; Daniela Soto-Taplin; Randy Simon

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Courteney Cox
Actor
15-Jun-1964   Monica on Friends
Tate Donovan
Actor
25-Sep-1963   Jimmy Cooper on The O.C.
Vincent Gallo
Actor
11-Apr-1961   Buffalo '66
Anne Meara
Comic
20-Sep-1929   Stiller and Meara
Jeffrey Tambor
Actor
8-Jul-1944   Hank Kingsley on The Larry Sanders Show
Max Weinberg
Drummer
13-Apr-1951   Drummer for Springsteen and Conan

CAST

Vincent Gallo   ...   Bobby
Courteney Cox   ...   Lily
Jeffrey Tambor   ...   Mitchell
Reg Rogers   ...   Keith Charles
Peter Jacobson   ...   Nathan
Elina Lowensohn   ...   Cindy
Bruce Altman   ...   Barry
Peter Appel   ...   Angy
Peter Bartlett   ...   Louis
Matt Malloy   ...   Ronnie
Alan Kalter   ...   Announcer
Max Weinberg   ...   Al
with
Tate Donovan   ...   Mark
Anne Meara   ...   Linda
Kasia Ostlun   ...   Jeannie
Carolina Parsons   ...   Bridget
Joseph Mosso   ...   Headset #1
Vincent Mosso   ...   Headset #2
Mike McGlone   ...   Gunman
Dael Orlandersmith   ...   Hooker
Russell Steinberg   ...   Riff
Elizabeth Lyons   ...   Dogwalker's Girlfriend
Kelly DeMartino   ...   Make-Up Girl
Stephanie Weyman   ...   Intern
Desi Jevon   ...   Wardrobe Guy
John McClure   ...   Prop Guy
Dominic Marcus   ...   Cop at Lenny's
Cindy Lou Adkins   ...   Reporter #1
Vinny Da Vingo   ...   Paparazzo #1
Gershon Resnik   ...   Paparazzo #2
Jerry Jaffe   ...   Attendant #1

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