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Vibrations (2-Jul-1996)

Director: Michael Paseornek

Writers: John Dunning; Michael Paseornek

Producers: John Dunning; Dan Lieberstein

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Christina Applegate
Actor
25-Nov-1971   Married with Children
Scott Cohen
Actor
19-Dec-1961   The 10th Kingdom
Faye Grant
Actor
16-Jul-1957   Dr. Julie Parrish on V
James Marshall
Actor
2-Jan-1967   A Few Good Men
Larry Romano
Actor
31-Jul-1963   Richie on The King of Queens
Paige Turco
Actor
17-May-1965   Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II

CAST

James Marshall   ...   T. J.
Christina Applegate   ...   Anamika
Faye Grant   ...   Zina
Paige Turco   ...   Lisa
Scott Cohen   ...   Simeon
Bruce Altman   ...   Barry
David Burke   ...   Geek
Steven Keats   ...   Lt. Cray
Virginia Sandifur   ...   Therapist
Shane Butterworth   ...   Dano
Dennis Ostermaier   ...   Zeke
Rob Sedgwick   ...   Bugger
Rob Bogue   ...   Gabe
Jon Patrick Walker   ...   Bing
Damon Saleem   ...   Cannon
John Ales   ...   Miles
Marcella Lowery   ...   Nurse
Kim Yancey   ...   Waitress
John Michael Bolger   ...   Cook
Neville Wells   ...   Techno Manager
Jernard Burks   ...   Bouncer
Larry Romano   ...   Tough Guy #1
Brian Tarantina   ...   Tough Guy #2
Jim Bulleit   ...   Shopkeeper
John Curless   ...   Salesman
Amie "Zu Zu" Toledo   ...   Cyberstorm Dancer
Patti Ann O'Connell   ...   Gigi
Colleen Gruber   ...   Dee Dee
Heather Medway   ...   Raynee
Warren Keith   ...   Roadie
P. J. Brown   ...   Roadie

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