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It's a Boy Girl Thing (26-Dec-2006)

Director: Nick Hurran

Writers: Geoff Deane; Steve Hamilton Shaw

Composer: Christian Henson

Producers: Steve Hamilton Shaw; David Furnish; Martin Katz

Keywords: Romantic Comedy, Body Swapping

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Samaire Armstrong
31-Oct-1980   The O.C. and Entourage
Maury Chaykin
27-Jul-1949 27-Jul-2010 A Nero Wolfe Mystery
Brooke D'Orsay
17-Feb-1982   Caitlin Cooke on 6Teen
Robert Joy
17-Aug-1951   Dr. Sid Hammerback on CSI: NY
Sharon Osbourne
TV Personality
9-Oct-1952   Wife of Ozzy Osbourne
Kevin Zegers
19-Sep-1984   Air Bud


Kevin Zegers   ...   Woody Deane
Samaire Armstrong   ...   Nell Bedworth
Mpho Koaho   ...   Horse
Sharon Osbourne   ...   Della Deane
Brooke D'Orsay   ...   Breanna
Emily Hampshire   ...   Chanel
Robert Joy   ...   Ted Bedworth
Sherry Miller   ...   Katherine Bedworth
Genelle Williams   ...   Tiffany
Kathryn Haggis   ...   Miss Bidermeyer
Maury Chaykin   ...   Stan Deane
Dan Warry-Smith   ...   Team Guy #1
Balazs Koos   ...   Glixen
Alex Nussbaum   ...   Mr. Zbornak
Jack Duffy   ...   Old Man
John Bregar   ...   Richard
David Ndaba   ...   Team Guy #2
Robert James Ramsay   ...   Team Guy #3
Michael Lazarovitch   ...   Gay Boy
Roman Podhora   ...   Coach Leary
Brandon Carrera   ...   Nicky
Adrian Roberto   ...   Nice Penis Guy
Justin Tensen   ...   Smug Student
Shane Daly   ...   Talent Scout
Jennifer Markowitz   ...   Band Singer
Ellen-Ray Snow   ...   Principal
Richard Fitzpatrick   ...   Professor


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