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Wonderful World (5-Jun-2009)

Director: Josh Goldin

Writer: Josh Goldin

Original Score by: Craig Richey

Producers: Glenn Williamson; Miranda Bailey; Matthew Leutwyler

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Matthew Broderick
21-Mar-1962   Ferris Bueller's Day Off
Jesse Tyler Ferguson
22-Oct-1975   Mitchell Pritchett on Modern Family
Jodelle Ferland
9-Oct-1994   Tideland
Philip Baker Hall
10-Sep-1931   Magnolia
Sanaa Lathan
19-Sep-1971   Love & Basketball
William Ragsdale
19-Jan-1961   Herman's Head
Ally Walker
25-Aug-1961   Dr. Sam Waters on Profiler


Matthew Broderick   ...   Ben
Sanaa Lathan   ...   Khadi
Michael Kenneth Williams   ...   Ibou
Jodelle Ferland   ...   Sandra
Jesse Tyler Ferguson   ...   Cyril
Ally Walker   ...   Eliza
Philip Baker Hall   ...   The Man
Patrick Carney   ...   Evan
Christy Reese   ...   Cassie
Zacharias E. Foppe   ...   Leon
Cristen Barnes   ...   Suzie
Mia Alicia Ford   ...   Cyril's Daughter
Paul T. Taylor   ...   Doug
James Burton   ...   McRory
Dan Zanes   ...   Sweeny
John Hambrick   ...   Judge Bissel
Drew Waters   ...   City Lawyer 1
Odessa Sykes   ...   Laugh Zone MC
Carrey Bowers   ...   Stand-Up Comic
Linda Leonard   ...   Doctor
David George   ...   Male Nurse
William Ragsdale   ...   Bufford
David Jensen   ...   Tow Truck Driver
Michael Showers   ...   Lawyer on TV
Thomas Ike Awagu   ...   African Man


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