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Welcome to the Rileys (23-Jan-2010)

Director: Jake Scott

Writer: Ken Hixon

Music by: Marc Streitenfeld

Producers: Giovanni Agnelli; Scott Bloom; Michael Costigan

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
James Gandolfini
Actor
18-Sep-1961 19-Jun-2013 Tony Soprano wants his money
Melissa Leo
Actor
14-Sep-1960   Sgt. Kay Howard on Homicide
Ally Sheedy
Actor
13-Jun-1962   The Breakfast Club
Kristen Stewart
Actor
9-Apr-1990   Bella Swan in Twilight

CAST

James Gandolfini   ...   Doug Riley
Kristen Stewart   ...   Mallory
Melissa Leo   ...   Lois Riley
Joe Chrest   ...   Jerry
Ally Sheedy   ...   Harriet
Eisa Davis   ...   Vivian
Lance E. Nichols   ...   Hamilton "Ham" Watkins
Tiffany Coty   ...   Tara
Peggy Walton Walker   ...   Brenda
Sharon Landry   ...   Sharon
Kathy Lamkin   ...   Charlene
Kerry Cahill   ...   Waitress
Ken Hixon   ...   Danny
Elliott Grey   ...   Randy
David Jensen   ...   Ed
Greg DiLeo   ...   Ernie
Deneen Tyler   ...   Parking Officer
Lara Grice   ...   Sales Clerk
Jack Moore   ...   Roger
George Eaton   ...   Desk Clerk
James Holbrook   ...   Driver
Chris Kuttruff   ...   Jay-Jay
Kim Collins   ...   Bondsman
Mark Adam   ...   Day Manager
Russell Steinberg   ...   Conventioneer
Voice Over Actors
Kimberly Bailey   ...   Voice
Janora McDuffie   ...   Voice
Noreen Reardon   ...   Voice
Andrea Baker   ...   Voice
Barbara Iley   ...   Voice
Terence Mathews   ...   Voice
Django Craig   ...   Voice
Doug Burch   ...   Voice
John Demita   ...   Voice
Levi Nunez   ...   Voice

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