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All About the Benjamins (8-Mar-2002)

Director: Kevin Bray

Writers: Ronald Lang; Ice Cube

Music: John Murphy

Producers: Ice Cube; Matt Alvarez

Keywords: Crime/Comedy, Lottery

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ice Cube
Rapper
15-Jun-1969   N.W.A., Boyz N the Hood
Mike Epps
Actor
18-Nov-1970   Next Friday
Tommy Flanagan
Actor
3-Jul-1965   Dead Dogs Lie
Anthony Michael Hall
Actor
14-Apr-1968   Sixteen Candles
Eva Mendes
Actor
5-Mar-1974   2 Fast 2 Furious
Roger Guenveur Smith
Actor
27-Jul-1959   A Huey P. Newton Story
Bow Wow
Rapper
9-Mar-1987   Beware of Dog

CAST

Ice Cube   ...   Bucum
Mike Epps   ...   Reggie
Tommy Flanagan   ...   Williamson
Carmen Chaplin   ...   Ursula
Eva Mendes   ...   Gina
Valarie Rae Miller   ...   Pam
Anthony Giaimo   ...   Martinez
Jeff Chase   ...   Mango
Roger Guenveur Smith   ...   Julian
Gino Salvano   ...   Mickey
Tony Ward   ...   TJ
Dominic Chianese, Jr.   ...   Roscoe
Anthony Michael Hall   ...   Lil J
Antoni Cornacchione   ...   Capt. Briggs
Bob Carter   ...   Mr. Barkley
Evelyn Brooks   ...   Ms. Steinberg
Joan Turner   ...   Ms. Scharfenberg
Julie Ann Beres   ...   Sharhari
Bow Wow   ...   Kelly
Robert MacBeth   ...   Store Owner
Barbara Barron   ...   Mrs. Barkley
Oscar Isaac   ...   Francesco
Jodi Wilson   ...   Lil J's Girlfriend
Allen Choate   ...   Newsstand Attendant
Marianna Astakhova   ...   Customer
Kevin Bray   ...   Criminal

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