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Identity Thief (7-Feb-2013)

Director: Seth Gordon

Writers: Jerry Eeten; Craig Mazin

Keywords: Crime/Comedy

Archetypal businessman Sandy Patterson, faced with a particularly bizarre case of identity theft, decides to travel from his home in Denver to Miami to confront the woman living high and wild on his dime.

Arrested Development alumnus Jason Bateman and Mike and Molly actress Melissa McCarthy star in this comedy about Sandy Patterson, a Coloradan businessman who finds his name, date of birth, and Social Security number stolen over the phone one day by a woman purporting to be from an identity protection service. After a series of occurrences transpire that serve to make it abundantly clear to Sandy that someone is pilfering his hard-earned funds, he finds himself committed to take a trip all the way out to Miami to confront the common criminal masquerading as him, with a view to restoring his good name and credit.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jason Bateman
14-Jan-1969   Arrested Development
Morris Chestnut
1-Jan-1969   Two Can Play That Game
John Cho
16-Jun-1972   Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle
Ben Falcone
25-Aug-1973   Howard on Joey
Jon Favreau
19-Oct-1966   Swingers
T. I.
25-Sep-1980   Dirty south rapper, Trap Muzik
Melissa McCarthy
26-Aug-1970   Sookie St. James on Gilmore Girls
Robert Patrick
5-Nov-1958   Mimetic polyalloy in Terminator 2
Amanda Peet
11-Jan-1972   Touch Me
Genesis Rodriguez
29-Jul-1987   Prisionera
Eric Stonestreet
9-Sep-1971   Cameron Tucker on Modern Family


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