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$5 a Day (15-May-2008)

Director: Nigel Cole

Writers: Neal Dobrofsky; Tippi Dobrofsky

Music by: Alex Wurman

Producers: Kia Jam; Carol Baum; Jane Goldenring

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Dean Cain
Actor
31-Jul-1966   Superman
Peter Coyote
Actor
10-Oct-1942   Dennis Ryland on The 4400
Alessandro Nivola
Actor
28-Jun-1972   Laurel Canyon
Amanda Peet
Actor
11-Jan-1972   Touch Me
Sharon Stone
Actor
10-Mar-1958   Basic Instinct
Christopher Walken
Actor
31-Mar-1943   The Dead Zone

CAST

Christopher Walken   ...   Nat
Alessandro Nivola   ...   Flynn
Sharon Stone   ...   Dolores
Dean Cain   ...   Rick Carlson
Peter Coyote   ...   Burt Kruger
and
Amanda Peet   ...   Maggie
Vanessa Abbott   ...   Kruger's Secretary
Luis Avalos   ...   Martinez
Beth Bailey   ...   Real Estate Lady
Marya Beauvais   ...   Realtor
Frank Bond   ...   Bar Manager
Vic Browder   ...   Salesman
Greg Chase   ...   Reporter
Christopher Dempsey   ...   Webber
Judith Greentree   ...   IHOP Waitress
Christopher Hagen   ...   Marty
Jim Hatch   ...   Health Dept. Supervisor
Anne Johns   ...   Kruger's Wife
Diana Maimin   ...   Desk Clerk
Mike Miller   ...   Pharmaceutical CEO
Tish Miller   ...   Secretary
Mandy Olsen   ...   Hospital Nurse
Nectar Rose   ...   Sherry
Tom Schuch   ...   VIP
Babak Tafti   ...   Room Service Waiter
Bridget Ann White   ...   Mrs. Carlson

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