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Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Undead (19-Jan-2009)

Director: Jordan Galland

Writer: Jordan Galland

Music by: Sean Lennon

Producers: Russell Terlecki; Mike Landry; Carlos Velazquez; Jordan Galland

Keywords: Horror/Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Devon Aoki
Model
10-Aug-1982   Sin City
Kris Lemche
Actor
1978   Ginger Snaps
Ralph Macchio
Actor
4-Nov-1961   Karate Kid
Jeremy Sisto
Actor
6-Oct-1974   Billy Chenowith on Six Feet Under
John Ventimiglia
Actor
17-Jul-1963   Artie Bucco on The Sopranos

CAST

Jake Hoffman   ...   Julian Marsh
Devon Aoki   ...   Anna / Ophelia
John Ventimiglia   ...   Theo Horace / Horatio
Kris Lemche   ...   Vince / Hamlet
Geneva Carr   ...   Charlotte lawrence
Graeme Malcolm   ...   Mr. Liden
Chip Zien   ...   Dr. Marsh
Waris Ahluwalia   ...   Hugo Pepper
Azie Tesfai   ...   Zadeska
Carmen Goodine   ...   Lyuba
Joey Kern   ...   The Real Hamlet
Lou Carbonneau   ...   Mute Cop
with
Ralph Macchio   ...   Bobby Bianchi
Jeremy Sisto   ...   Det. Wimbly
Carlos Velazquez   ...   Carlo / Rosencrantz
Mike Landry   ...   Mickey / Guildenstern
Caitlin Crosby   ...   Cookie
Jennifer Steese   ...   Model
Darren Copeland   ...   Franz the Bouncer
Tiffany King   ...   Tattoo Girl "Daisy"
Polina Frantsena   ...   Audience Girl
Ashi Rawat   ...   News Reporter
Genevieve Hudson-Price   ...   Club Girl

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