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Guess Who (25-Mar-2005)

Director: Kevin Rodney Sullivan

Writers: David Ronn; Jay Scherick; Peter Tolan

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

Remake of Guess Who's Coming to Dinner follows a black man's struggle with his daughter's desire to marry a white man.

Remake of Guess Who's Coming to Dinner (1967). Percy Jones, father to upstanding daughter Theresa, hears tell of his child's plans to marry a man in her life. Intrigued, Percy decides to have her beau, businessman Simon Green, over for dinner; complications arise when Percy, a black man, learns that Simon is a white man fitting the "WASP" stereotype to a T, clashing with his background and demeanor as the groom-to-be does his best to leave a good impression on his prospective in-laws. Defanged remake of 1967's Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, with the races reversed.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
James Eckhouse
14-Feb-1955   Jim Walsh on Beverly Hills, 90210
Richard T. Jones
16-Jan-1972   Bruce Van Exel on Judging Amy
Ashton Kutcher
7-Feb-1978   Kelso on That '70s Show
Richard Lawson
7-Mar-1947   Poltergeist
Bernie Mac
5-Oct-1957 9-Aug-2008 The Bernie Mac Show
Niecy Nash
23-Feb-1970   Deputy Williams on Reno 911!
Zoe Saldana
19-Jun-1978   Avatar and Star Trek
Sherri Shepherd
22-Apr-1967   Ramona Platt on Less Than Perfect
Nicole Sullivan
21-Apr-1970   Vancome Lady on MADtv
Hal Williams
14-Dec-1938   Lester Jenkins on 227


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