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Griffin & Phoenix (12-Sep-2006)

Director: Ed Stone

Writer: John Hill

Music Composed by: Roger Neill

Producers: Amy Israel; Jason Blum; Paul Brooks; Sidney Kimmel; Ed Stone

Keywords: Romantic Drama

Remake of Griffin and Phoenix: A Love Story (1976).

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Blair Brown
23-Apr-1946   The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd
Jesse Tyler Ferguson
22-Oct-1975   Mitchell Pritchett on Modern Family
Simon Jones
27-Jul-1950   Arthur Dent on radio Hitchhiker's Guide
Dermot Mulroney
31-Oct-1963   Young Guns
Sarah Paulson
17-Dec-1974   Down with Love
Amanda Peet
11-Jan-1972   Touch Me
Michael Showalter
17-Jun-1970   The State
Lois Smith
3-Nov-1930   Five Easy Pieces


Amanda Peet   ...   Phoenix
Dermot Mulroney   ...   Griffin
Sarah Paulson   ...   Peri
Blair Brown   ...   Eve
Alison Elliott   ...   Terry
Lois Smith   ...   Dr. Imberman
Jonah Meyerson   ...   Kirk
Max Morris   ...   Andrew
Simon Jones   ...   Professor
Jesse Tyler Ferguson   ...   Student
Susan Pourfar   ...   Waitress
Omar Scroggins   ...   Movie Usher
Adam Kulbersh   ...   Stu Knoepflemacher
Adriane Lenox   ...   Doctor
Novella Nelson   ...   African Restaurant Owner
Dan McManus   ...   Good Samaritan #1
Jason Workman   ...   Good Samaritan #2
Brian Klugman   ...   Beach Stud
Sile Bermingham   ...   Lilly
Steven Randazzo   ...   Cop #1
Ted Koch   ...   Cop #2
Dana Eskelson   ...   Mother with Stroller
T. J. Starkon   ...   Crying Boy
Michael Showalter   ...   Terry's FiancÚ


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