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Love and Action in Chicago (15-Sep-1999)

Director: Dwayne Johnson-Cochran

Writer: Dwayne Johnson-Cochran

Music by: Russ Landau

Producers: Richard Mann; Leszek Burzynski; B. J. Rack; Danny Gold; David Basulto; Dwayne Johnson-Cochran

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jason Alexander
23-Sep-1959   George Costanza on Seinfeld
Ed Asner
15-Nov-1929   Lou Grant
Regina King
15-Jan-1971   Jerry Maguire
Kathleen Turner
19-Jun-1954   Romancing the Stone
Courtney B. Vance
12-Mar-1960   ADA Ron Carver in Law & Order: CI


Courtney B. Vance   ...   Eddie
Regina King   ...   Lois
Jason Alexander   ...   Frank
Kathleen Turner   ...   Middleman
Ed Asner   ...   Taylor
Kamala Dawson   ...   Anna
Robert Breuler   ...   Oli
Michael Gilio   ...   Martin
Andrew White   ...   Fr. Jack
David Basulto   ...   Bob
Guy Margo   ...   Billy
Clifford T. Frazier   ...   Cabby
Marcus Johnson   ...   The Flower Messenger
Tim Snay   ...   Police Captain
Tania Richard   ...   Amy
JoBe Cerny   ...   Mr. Jensen
Kyla Cheyne   ...   Screaming Woman
Danny Gold   ...   Limo Driver
Jim Ortlieb   ...   Business Man
Tom Lowell   ...   FBI Man
Mike Mukatis   ...   Police Officer / Hitman
Mindy Bell   ...   Secretary
Patrice Quinn   ...   Linda
Lisa Patricia Watson   ...   Sue
Gary Wimenitz   ...   Doorman
Jerry S. Milliken   ...   Partygoer #1
Wendie Milliken   ...   Partygoer #2
Micah Ginn   ...   Homeless Man
Terry Kane   ...   Vet


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