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Monogamy (24-Apr-2010)

Director: Dana Adam Shapiro

Writers: Dana Adam Shapiro; Evan M. Wiener

Original Music by: Jamie Saft

Producers: Jeffrey Mandel; Tom Heller; Randy Manis; Dana Adam Shapiro

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Rashida Jones
Actor
25-Feb-1976   Ann Perkins on Parks and Recreation
Zak Orth
Actor
15-Oct-1970   When Trumpets Fade
Adam Pally
Actor
18-Mar-1982   Max Blum on Happy Endings

CAST

Chris Messina   ...   Theo
Rashida Jones   ...   Nat
Meital Dohan   ...   Subgirl
Zak Orth   ...   Quinny
Ivan Martin   ...   Will
Madison Arnold   ...   Mr. Margolin
Sarah Burns   ...   Ella
Paul Diomede   ...   Supporting Cast
Hannah Gilli   ...   Hannah
Neal Huff   ...   Dr. Gleeman
Adam Pally   ...   Allen
Special Appearance by
Bobby Ray Simmons   ...   B.o.B.
Philip Ameduri   ...   Chess Player
Leo Mandel   ...   Supporting Cast
Samantha Sherman   ...   Bride
Mason Pettit   ...   Groom
Gil Rogers   ...   Mr. Lasky
Jamie Richard   ...   Teenage Brother
Ellen Barber   ...   Mother of the Bride
Steve Heller   ...   Father of the Bride
Allison Lehman   ...   Flower Girl
Diana Frame   ...   Law Student
Noa Neve   ...   Tap Dancer
Emily Tremaine   ...   Redhead
Gail Solomon   ...   Hospital Administrator
Raymond Singh   ...   Security Guard
Earl Joseph   ...   Security Guard
Jessie Law   ...   Child
Ella Lasky   ...   Child
and
Griff   ...   Himself

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