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Breakin' All the Rules (14-May-2004)

Director: Daniel Taplitz

Writer: Daniel Taplitz

Music by: Marcus Miller

Producer: Lisa Tornell

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Morris Chestnut
Actor
1-Jan-1969   Two Can Play That Game
Jennifer Esposito
Actor
11-Apr-1973   The Proposal
Jamie Foxx
Comic
13-Dec-1967   Ray
Bianca Lawson
Actor
20-Mar-1979   Saved by the Bell: The New Class
Peter MacNicol
Actor
10-Apr-1954   John Cage on Ally McBeal
Jill Ritchie
Actor
5-Mar-1974   D.E.B.S.
Octavia Spencer
Actor
25-May-1972   The Help
Tate Taylor
Film Director
c. 1969   The Help
Gabrielle Union
Actor
29-Oct-1972   Night Stalker

CAST

Jamie Foxx   ...   Quincy Watson
Morris Chestnut   ...   Evan Fields
Jennifer Esposito   ...   Rita Monroe
Patrick Cranshaw   ...   Mr. Lynch
Bianca Lawson   ...   Helen Sharp
Jill Ritchie   ...   Amy
Octavia Spencer   ...   Stylist
with
Peter MacNicol   ...   Philip Gascon
Gabrielle Union   ...   Nicky Callas
Samantha Nagel   ...   Sandra -- Executive Assistant
Grace Chan   ...   Secretary
Danny Comden   ...   Sam
Heather Headley   ...   Herself
Tate Taylor   ...   Attendant
Bob Stephenson   ...   Ticket Master
Gerald Emerick   ...   TV Host
Amie Petersen   ...   Girl
Faune Chambers   ...   The Betty
Mario Carter   ...   Man at Party
Ambrose Lamond Clayton   ...   Man at Party
Trae Ireland   ...   Man at Party
Trina Johnson   ...   Woman at Party
Clyde Sherman   ...   Man at Bar

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