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The English Teacher (26-Apr-2013)

Director: Craig Zisk

Writers: Dan Chariton; Stacy Chariton

Keywords: Comedy

A middle-aged English teacher's content existence is disrupted by the unexpected arrival of a former student.

ABSTRACT
Linda Sinclair, a forty-year old single woman and high-school English teacher in rural Pennsylvania, takes comfort in her agreeable existence bereft of any risky behavior and filled with classic literature and cats. When beloved ex-pupil Jason Sherwood returns to her town after bombing out of an attempted career as a playwright in New York City, however, Linda finds herself stepping well outside of her established comfort zone to help him put on a play, placing her career on the line to assist Jason in salvaging his lifelong dream.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Michael Angarano
Actor
3-Dec-1987   Lords of Dogtown
Nikki Blonsky
Actor
9-Nov-1988   Tracy Turnbald in Hairspray
Jim Breuer
Comic
21-Jun-1967   Half-Baked
Lily Collins
Actor
18-Mar-1989   Mirror Mirror
Jessica Hecht
Actor
28-Jun-1965   Betsy Morgan on What About Joan
John Hodgman
Author
3-Jun-1971   The Areas of My Expertise
Greg Kinnear
Actor
17-Jun-1963   Talk Soup
Nathan Lane
Actor
3-Feb-1956   The Producers
Julianne Moore
Actor
3-Dec-1960   Boogie Nights, Short Cuts
Fiona Shaw
Actor
10-Jul-1958   British theatre actress

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