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Chasing Amy (4-Apr-1997)

Director: Kevin Smith

Writer: Kevin Smith

Music by: David Pirner

Producer: Scott Mosier

Keywords: Comedy, Lesbian

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Joey Lauren Adams
Actor
6-Jan-1971   Chasing Amy
Ben Affleck
Actor
15-Aug-1972   Good Will Hunting
Casey Affleck
Actor
12-Aug-1975   The Assassination of Jesse James
Matt Damon
Actor
8-Oct-1970   Good Will Hunting
Jason Lee
Actor
25-Apr-1970   My Name Is Earl
Jason Mewes
Actor
12-Jun-1974   "Jay" to Kevin Smith's "Silent Bob"
Kevin Smith
Film Director
2-Aug-1970   Mallrats
Ethan Suplee
Actor
25-May-1976   Frankie on Boy Meets World
Guinevere Turner
Actor
23-May-1968   Preaching to the Perverted

CAST

Ben Affleck   ...   Holden
Joey Lauren Adams   ...   Alyssa
Jason Lee   ...   Banky
Dwight Ewell   ...   Hooper
and
Jason Mewes   ...   Jay
Ethan Suplee   ...   Fan
Scott Mosier   ...   Collector
Casey Affleck   ...   Little Kid
Guinevere Turner   ...   Singer
Carmen Lee   ...   Kim
Brian O'Halloran   ...   Exec #1
Matt Damon   ...   Exec #2
Alexander Goebbel   ...   Train Kid
Tony Torn   ...   Cashier
Rebecca Waxman   ...   Dalia
Paris Petrick   ...   Tory
Welker White   ...   Jane
Kelli Simpkins   ...   Nica
John Willyung   ...   Cohee Lundin
Tsemach Washington   ...   Young Kid at Record Store
Ernie O'Donnell   ...   Bystander
Kevin Smith   ...   Silent Bob
Kristin Mosier   ...   Waitress
Virginia Smith   ...   Con Woman

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