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(Untitled) (9-Jan-2009)

Director: Jonathan Parker

Writers: Jonathan Parker; Catherine DiNapoli

Music by: David Lang

Producers: Catherine di Napoli; Jonathan Parker; Andreas Olavarria

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Eion Bailey
Actor
8-Jun-1976   Mindhunters
Janet Carroll
Actor
24-Dec-1940 22-May-2012 Risky Business
Adam Goldberg
Actor
25-Oct-1970   Saving Private Ryan
Vinnie Jones
Soccer
5-Jan-1965   Footballer turned actor
Zak Orth
Actor
15-Oct-1970   When Trumpets Fade
Lucy Punch
Actor
30-Dec-1977   Bad Teacher
Marley Shelton
Actor
12-Apr-1974   Sin City

CAST

Adam Goldberg   ...   Adrian Jacobs
Marley Shelton   ...   Madeleine Gray
Eion Bailey   ...   Josh Jacobs
Lucy Punch   ...   The Clarinet
Zak Orth   ...   Porter Canby
and
Vinnie Jones   ...   Ray Barko
Ptolemy Slocum   ...   Monroe
Michael Panes   ...   Grant
Svetlana Efremova   ...   Russian Singer
Marceline Hugot   ...   Corporate Art Buyer
Kelly Deadmon   ...   Socialite at Art Dinner
Marla Sucharetza   ...   Socialite at Art Dinner
Janet Carroll   ...   Helen Finkelstein
Ben Hammer   ...   Morton Cabot
David Beach   ...   Critic at Morton Cabot's Concert
David Cale   ...   Critic at Adrian's Concert
Dean Wareham   ...   Critic at Adrian's Concert
Carole Schweid   ...   Mother
Stan Carp   ...   Father
Ray DeMattis   ...   Restaurant Manager
Michael Hauschild   ...   Adrian's Fan
Frank Holliday   ...   Security Guard
Lawson White   ...   Seth

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