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Alex and Emma (16-Jun-2003)

Director: Rob Reiner

Writer: Jeremy Leven

Music Composed and Adapted by: Marc Shaiman

Producers: Rob Reiner; Jeremy Leven; Alan Greisman; Elie Samaha; Todd Black

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Kate Hudson
Actor
19-Apr-1979   Almost Famous
Cloris Leachman
Actor
30-Apr-1926   Phyllis and The Facts of Life
Sophie Marceau
Actor
17-Nov-1966   The World Is Not Enough
David Paymer
Actor
30-Aug-1954   Mr. Saturday Night
Rob Reiner
Actor
6-Mar-1947   Meathead
Rip Taylor
Comic
13-Jan-1934   Walking confetti fountain
Luke Wilson
Actor
21-Sep-1971   Owen Wilson's handsome brother

CAST

Kate Hudson   ...   Emma Dinsmore, etc.
Luke Wilson   ...   Alex Sheldon / Adam Shipley
Sophie Marceau   ...   Polina Delacroix
David Paymer   ...   John Shaw
Rob Reiner   ...   Wirschafter
François Giroday   ...   Croupier
Lobo Sebastian   ...   Bobby
Chino XL   ...   Tony
Paul Wilson   ...   "Whistling" John Shaw
Alexander Wauthier   ...   Andre Delacroix
Leili Kramer   ...   Michele Delacroix
Rip Taylor   ...   Polina's Father
Gigi Bermingham   ...   Madame Blanche
Jordan Lund   ...   Claude
Robert Costanzo   ...   Bus Driver
Cloris Leachman   ...   Grandmother
Earl Carroll   ...   Bernard Pompier
Lobo Sebastian   ...   Flamenco Dancer #1
Chino XL   ...   Flamenco Dancer #2
Jordi Caballero   ...   Flamenco Dancer #3
Michael Rappaport   ...   Casino Owner
Danica Sheridan   ...   Receptionist

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