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The Pest (7-Feb-1997)

Director: Paul Miller

Writers: David Bar Katz; John Leguizamo

Music by: Kevin Kiner

Producers: Sid Sheinberg; Jon Sheinberg; Bill Sheinberg

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jeffrey Jones
Actor
28-Sep-1946   Ferris Bueller's principal
John Leguizamo
Comic
22-Jul-1964   House of Buggin'
Joe Morton
Actor
18-Oct-1947   The brother from another planet
Freddy Rodriguez
Actor
17-Jan-1975   Rico Diaz on Six Feet Under
Aries Spears
Comic
3-Apr-1975   MADtv

CAST

John Leguizamo   ...   Pest
Jeffrey Jones   ...   Gustav
Edoardo Ballerini   ...   Himmel
Freddy Rodriguez   ...   Ninja
Tammy Townsend   ...   Xantha Kent
Aries Spears   ...   Chubby
Joe Morton   ...   Mr. Kent
Charles Hallahan   ...   Angus
Tom McCleister   ...   Leo
Ivonne Coll   ...   Gladyz
Pat Skipper   ...   Glen Livitt
Jorge Luis Abreu   ...   Piercer
Jennifer Broughton   ...   Bank Employee
Yau Gene Chan   ...   Cook
Judyann Elder   ...   Mrs. Kent
Paul Harris   ...   Karaoke Singer
Joe Jokubeit   ...   Laphroig
David Bar Katz   ...   White Guy
Will Potter   ...   White Guy
Les Lannom   ...   Bagpipe Player
Jim Lau   ...   Mr. Cheung
Barrie Mizerski   ...   Host
Hugh Murphy   ...   Emcee
Kristin Norton   ...   Trixy
Yelba Osorio   ...   Malaria
Tony Perez   ...   Felix
Aviva Rosenbloom   ...   Cantor
Julian Scott Urena   ...   Sergio

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