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The Inkwell (22-Apr-1994)

Director: Matty Rich

Writers: Tom Ricostronza; Paris Qualles

Music by: Terence Blanchard

Producers: Irving Azoff; Guy Riedel

Keywords: Romantic Comedy, Coming of Age

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Mary Alice
3-Dec-1941   The Matrix Revolutions
Vanessa Bell Calloway
20-Mar-1957   Coming to America
Morris Chestnut
1-Jan-1969   Two Can Play That Game
Suzzanne Douglas
12-Apr-1957   Jeri Peterson on The Parent Hood
Duane Martin
1-Jan-1970   All of Us
Joe Morton
18-Oct-1947   The brother from another planet
Jada Pinkett Smith
18-Sep-1971   A Different World
Larenz Tate
8-Sep-1975   Dead Presidents
Glynn Turman
31-Jan-1946   Col. Taylor on A Different World


Larenz Tate   ...   Drew Tate
Joe Morton   ...   Kenny Tate
Suzzanne Douglas   ...   Brenda Tate
Glynn Turman   ...   Spencer Phillips
Vanessa Bell Calloway   ...   Francis Phillips
Adrienne-Joi Johnson   ...   Heather Lee
Morris Chestnut   ...   Harold Lee
Jada Pinkett Smith   ...   Lauren Kelly
Duane Martin   ...   Jr. Phillips
Mary Alice   ...   Evelyn
Phyllis Yvonne Stickney   ...   Dr. Wade
Markus Redmond   ...   Darryl
Perry Moore   ...   Moe
Akia Victor   ...   Charlene
Aaron Griffin   ...   Boy with Lauren
Reggie McFadden   ...   MC Madman
Greg Leevy   ...   Man at Party
Stacie Davis   ...   Girl at Party
The New York Dream Machine
Jade   ...   The New York Dream Machine
Tonya Kelly   ...   The New York Dream Machine
Joi Marshall   ...   The New York Dream Machine
Di Reed   ...   The New York Dream Machine


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