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I Can Do Bad All by Myself (11-Sep-2009)

Director: Tyler Perry

Writer: Tyler Perry

From a play: Dear God, Are All Men Dogs: I Can Do Bad All By Myself by Tyler Perry

Music by: Aaron Zigman

Producers: Reuben Cannon; Tyler Perry

Keywords: Drama, Comedy, Madea

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Mary J. Blige
Musician
11-Jan-1971   Pop/R&B diva
Taraji P. Henson
Actor
11-Sep-1970   The Division
Gladys Knight
Singer
28-May-1944   Lords dominion over The Pips
Tyler Perry
Film Director
13-Sep-1969   Diary of a Mad Black Woman
Adam Rodriguez
Actor
2-Apr-1975   Eric Delko on CSI: Miami
Brian J. White
Actor
21-Apr-1973   Stomp the Yard

CAST

Tyler Perry   ...   Madea / Joe
Taraji P. Henson   ...   April
Adam Rodriguez   ...   Sandino
Brian J. White   ...   Randy
Mary J. Blige   ...   Tanya
Gladys Knight   ...   Wilma
Marvin L. Winans   ...   Pastor Brian
Hope Olaidé Wilson   ...   Jennifer
Freddy Siglar   ...   Byron
Kwesi Boakye   ...   Manny
Eric Mendenhall   ...   Man #1
David Paulus   ...   Miller
Randall Taylor   ...   Mr. Bradley
Tess Malis Kincaid   ...   Ms. Sullivan
Joe E. Taylor, Jr.   ...   Announcer
Cheryl B. Pratt   ...   911 Dispatcher
Judith Franklin   ...   Rock Steady Background Singer
Jameaka Tubbs   ...   Rock Steady Background Singer
Thomasina Walker   ...   Rock Steady Background Singer
Jamilah Windham   ...   Rock Steady Background Singer
Greta Glenn   ...   Mama Rose
Tanya R. Rodriguez   ...   Waitress
Toni Redd   ...   Background Singer

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