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The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond (12-Sep-2008)

Director: Jodie Markell

Writer: Tennessee Williams

Original Music: Mark Orton

Producer: Brad Michael Gilbert

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ann-Margret
Actor
28-Apr-1941   Carnal Knowledge
Ellen Burstyn
Actor
7-Dec-1932   Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore
Chris Evans
Actor
13-Jun-1981   The Fantastic Four
Zach Grenier
Actor
12-Feb-1954   Fight Club
Mamie Gummer
Actor
3-Aug-1983   Daughter of Meryl Streep
Bryce Dallas Howard
Actor
2-Mar-1981   The Village
Will Patton
Actor
14-Jun-1954   Remember the Titans

CAST

Bryce Dallas Howard   ...   Fisher
Chris Evans   ...   Jimmy
Mamie Gummer   ...   Julie
Will Patton   ...   Mr. Dobyne
Jessica Collins   ...   Vinnie
with
Ann-Margret   ...   Cornelia
Ellen Burstyn   ...   Addie
Peter Gerety   ...   Mr. Van Hooven
Zach Grenier   ...   Mr. Fenstermaker
Marin Ireland   ...   Esmeralda
Zoe Perry   ...   Mathilde
Barbara Garrick   ...   Mrs. Dobyne
Laila Robins   ...   Mrs. Fenstermaker
Susan Blommaert   ...   Addie's Nurse
Carol Sutton   ...   Susie
Rhoda Griffis   ...   Secretary
Harold Evans   ...   William
Geraldine Singer   ...   Nurse
Marco St. John   ...   Mr. Willow
Jennifer Sipes   ...   Caroline
Melissa Odom   ...   Relative
Terrance Taplin   ...   Fats
Alana McNair   ...   Dottie
Douglas Griffin   ...   Bathroom Man
Erin Jackson-Legris   ...   Ballroom Voice #1 (voice)
Brittany Zimmerle   ...   Ballroom Voice #2 (voice)
Charles Pineda   ...   Hank
Derrick Denicola   ...   Tommy
John Willard   ...   Drunk Boy #1
Hevin Hampton   ...   Drunk Boy #2
Trent Dee   ...   Happy
Natalya Payne   ...   Gypsy

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