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Kiss Me Again (28-Apr-2006)

Director: William Tyler Smith

Writers: J. D. Hoxter; William Tyler Smith; Bhargavi C. Mandava; Leonard Moreton

Music by: Justin Samaha

Producers: John Scaccia; Jeff Mazzola; Morris S. Levy

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Fred Armisen
4-Dec-1966   Saturday Night Live
Elisa Donovan
3-Feb-1971   Clueless
Darrell Hammond
8-Oct-1960   Saturday Night Live
Jeremy London
7-Nov-1972   Assistant reverend on 7th Heaven
Jackie Martling
14-Feb-1949   Writer for Howard Stern


Jeremy London   ...   Julian
Katheryn Winnick   ...   Chalice
Mirelly Taylor   ...   Elena
Elisa Donovan   ...   Malika
Siri Baruc   ...   Tara
Fred Armisen   ...   Prof. Szabo
Darrell Hammond   ...   Michael
Evan Seinfeld   ...   Starx
Claudia Sherman   ...   Francine
Adam Nee   ...   David
Nate Dushku   ...   Student #2
Ernest Waddell   ...   Student #3
Alexis Iacono   ...   Denise
Dr. Judith Kuriansky   ...   Veronica
Jackie Martling   ...   Mel
Orfeh   ...   Genesis
Casey Strand   ...   Absinthe
Sandy Marks   ...   Schlomo Moskowitz
William Tyler Smith   ...   Willie
Jeff Mazzola   ...   Greek Guy
Morris S. Levy   ...   Professor
Stacey Napoleone   ...   Sherine
Lorraine Mazzola   ...   Young Woman
Jonathan Schneider   ...   Waiter
Frank Martin   ...   Bartender
Billy Smith   ...   Angry New Yorker
Tristen LaVasseur   ...   Child in Office
Julian Mazzola   ...   Child in Office
John John Scaccia   ...   Child in Office
Samantha Scaccia   ...   Child in Office


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