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Geek Charming (11-Nov-2011)

Director: Jeffrey Hornaday

Writers: Elizabeth Hackett; Hilary Galanoy

From juvenile novel: Geek Charming by Robin Palmer

Music by: Nathan Wang

Producer: Tracey Jeffrey

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Andrew Airlie
Actor
18-Sep-1961   Capt. Ballard on Breaker High
Sarah Hyland
Actor
24-Nov-1990   Haley Dunphy on Modern Family
Vanessa Morgan
Actor
23-Mar-1992   My Babysitter's a Vampire

CAST

Starring
Sarah Hyland   ...   Dylan Schoenfield
Matt Prokop   ...   Josh Rosen
Sasha Pieterse   ...   Amy Loubalu
Jordan Nichols   ...   Asher
Vanessa Morgan   ...   Hannah
Lili Simmons   ...   Lola
David Del Rio   ...   Ari
Jimmy Bellinger   ...   Steven
Lilli Birdsell   ...   Sandy
Andrew Airlie   ...   Alan Schoenfield
Kacey Rohl   ...   Caitlin
Andrea Brooks   ...   Nicole Paterson
David Milchard   ...   Mr. Farley
Brenda M. Crichlow   ...   Guthrie
Erica Van Briel   ...   Amber
Kerry James   ...   David
Nina Kiri   ...   Shy Girl
Olivia Ryan-Stern   ...   Random Girl
Kathryn Kirkpatrick   ...   Lunch Lady
Sean Mahaffey   ...   Smart Phone Customer
Brent Chapman   ...   Mall Cop
Keith Blackman Dallas   ...   Parking Enforcement Officer
Aliza Vellani   ...   Another Random Girl
Ian Brown   ...   Teacher
Aaron Miko   ...   Popular Guy
Taurean Mills   ...   Volleyball Player

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