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A Perfect Day (18-Dec-2006)

Director: Peter Levin

Writer: Joyce Eliason

From novel by: Richard Paul Evans

Music by: Jeff Beal

Producer: Judy Cairo

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Paget Brewster
Actor
10-Mar-1969   Emily Prentiss on Criminal Minds
Frances Conroy
Actor
13-Nov-1953   Ruth Fisher on Six Feet Under
Kevin Dunn
Actor
26-Feb-1956   American character actor
Larry King
Talk Show Host
19-Nov-1933   Larry King Live
Christopher Lloyd
Actor
22-Oct-1938   Jim Ignatowski on Taxi
Rob Lowe
Actor
17-Mar-1964   Brat-packer, Sam on The West Wing

CAST

Rob Lowe   ...   Rob Harlan
Frances Conroy   ...   Camille
Paget Brewster   ...   Allyson
Jude Ciccolella   ...   Chuck
Rowena King   ...   Heather
Kevin Dunn   ...   Darren
Damon Lipari   ...   Stan
Meggie Geisland   ...   Carson
Mike Pniewski   ...   Stuart Parks
and
Christopher Lloyd   ...   Michael
Candi Donaldson   ...   Stacey
Lauren Fain   ...   Marla
Michael Arata   ...   Concerned Man
Andrea Frankle   ...   Anchor Woman
Jerry Leggio   ...   Old Man
Tony Bentley   ...   Bookstore Manager
Janet Shea   ...   Aunt Denise
Kerrell Antonio   ...   Photographer
Lara Grice   ...   Reporter #1
Leanne Cochran   ...   Young Woman
Tom Nowicki   ...   Homeless Vet
Wayne Ferrara   ...   Doctor
Mark Krasnoff   ...   Cab Driver
Jan Chimento   ...   Matron
Nick Erickson   ...   Hotel Clerk
John Valdetero   ...   Ted Sterling
Larry King   ...   Himself

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