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Wedding Weekend (8-Mar-2006)

Director: Bruce Leddy

Writer: Bruce Leddy

Composer: Jeff Cardoni

Producer: Bruce Leddy

Keywords: Comedy, Wedding

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Rosemarie DeWitt
26-Oct-1974   Emily Lehman on Standoff
Mark Feuerstein
8-Jun-1971   Good Morning, Miami
Peter Jacobson
24-Mar-1965   Dr. Chris Taub on House
Elizabeth Reaser
15-Jun-1975   Amnesiac on Grey's Anatomy
Molly Shannon
16-Sep-1964   Saturday Night Live


David Alan Basche   ...   Steven
Chris Bowers   ...   Spooner
Samrat Chakrabarti   ...   Will
Alexander Chaplin   ...   Ted
Rosemarie DeWitt   ...   Dana
Mark Feuerstein   ...   Greg
David Harbour   ...   David
Elizabeth Reaser   ...   Julep
Reg Rogers   ...   Richard
Molly Shannon   ...   Trish
Liz Stauber   ...   Michelle
Camilla Thorsson   ...   Elsa
Joanna Adler   ...   Sheila
Barry Carl   ...   Scary Prison Guy
Nolan Chesnut   ...   Baby Jazz
Peter Jacobson   ...   Ad Exec
Zach Steel   ...   Street Heckler
Joshua Biton   ...   Tree Guy
Don Sparks   ...   Store Owner
June Raphael   ...   Ted's Tammy
Rob Crawford   ...   Ted's Boss
Tara Magalski   ...   Kate
Salvatore Inzerillo   ...   Biker Guy
Isabella Bodnar   ...   Ted's Assistant
Sarah Lewis   ...   Spanish Speaker
Charlotte Leddy   ...   Wedding Kid
Owen Leddy   ...   Wedding Kid
The Shutmen Singers
Sean Altman   ...   Singer
Charlie Evett   ...   Singer
Elliott Kerman   ...   Singer
Kevin Weist   ...   Singer
Wayne Wilkins   ...   Singer
Michael Winther   ...   Singer


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