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Bob the Butler (10-Mar-2005)

Director: Gary Sinyor

Writers: Jane Walker Wood; Steven Manners; Gary Sinyor

Music by: David A. Hughes

Producers: Gavin Wilding; Esther Randall

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Simon Callow
13-Jun-1949   British theatre actor
Lorena Gale
9-May-1958 21-Jun-2009 Je me souviens
Tom Green
30-Jul-1971   Ex-husband of Drew Barrymore
Brooke Shields
31-May-1965   Suddenly Susan


Tom Green   ...   Bob Tree
Brooke Shields   ...   Anne Jamieson
Rob LaBelle   ...   Jacques
Genevieve Buechner   ...   Tess Jamieson
Benjamin Smith   ...   Bates Jamieson
Valerie Tian   ...   Sophie
Simon Callow   ...   Mr. Butler
Iris Graham   ...   Mama Clara
Dolores Drake   ...   Maureen
Bill Chandler   ...   Rabbi
Jonathan Ndukwe   ...   Stuart
Kevin McNulty   ...   Tardy Man
Julia Arkos   ...   Judith
Kristina Copeland   ...   Kate
Wendy Morrow Donaldson   ...   Mrs. Withington
Michael Roberds   ...   Barber
Lorena Gale   ...   Dr. Wilma
Hiro Kanagawa   ...   Japanese Plumber
Nicole Potvin   ...   Morgan
Britt McKillip   ...   Alex
Tammi Baliszewski   ...   Mrs. Honeydew
Bob Frazer   ...   Coach Jerry
Conchita Campbell   ...   Basketball Girl
Shahnee Zaver   ...   Mall Saleswomen
Jerry Wasserman   ...   Det. Alvarez
Xantha Radley   ...   Young Babysitter
Sean Devine   ...   Bouncer
Vince Mai   ...   Maestro and Trumpeter
Speedy   ...   Rascal the Hamster
Stunt Boy   ...   Rascal the Hamster
Happy   ...   Rascal the Hamster


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