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A Change of Heart (19-Jul-1998)

Director: Arvin Brown

Writer: Aaron Mendelsohn

Music by: Patrick Williams

Keywords: Drama, Gay

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Gretchen Corbett
Actor
13-Aug-1947   Beth Davenport on The Rockford Files
Dorian Harewood
Actor
6-Aug-1950   Full Metal Jacket
Sharon Mitchell
Pornstar
18-Jan-1952   Starship Intercourse
Jean Smart
Actor
13-Sep-1959   Charlene on Designing Women
John Terry
Actor
5-May-1944   Dr. Christian Shephard on Lost

CAST

Jean Smart   ...   Elaine Marshall
Starring
John Terry   ...   Dr. Jim Marshall
Gretchen Corbett   ...   Gail Stern
Phillip Geoffrey Hough   ...   Jesse Marshall
Shawna Waldron   ...   Sarah Marshall
and
Dorian Harewood   ...   Dr. Lewis Franklin
Featuring
Patrick Kelly   ...   Phil Summers
Ted Roisum   ...   Dr. Carl Wexler
Craig Damon   ...   Daniel Bryan
Ari Karczag   ...   Trey Farber
David Gomes   ...   Dr. Gary Morgan
Winslow Corbett   ...   Kelly
Jan Brehm   ...   Loni Morgan
Tobias Andersen   ...   Arthur Crest
Jeff Gorham   ...   Barry
Cory Jeans Gaskell   ...   Spencer
Billy O'Sullivan   ...   Todd
George A. Keller   ...   Trish
Nolan V. Chard   ...   Tom
Sharon Mitchell   ...   Chris Ferraro -- D.A.
Curt Hanson   ...   Judge Thompson
Michele Mariana   ...   Roslyn Flexner
Shawna Schuh   ...   Woman in Bar
Enrique Arias   ...   Det. Oliveres
David L. Cascadden   ...   Det. Johnson
Megg Masterjohn   ...   Joshua's Mother
Jordon Biddle   ...   Joshua
Kimberly S. Kashani   ...   Waiter

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