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Very Bad Things (11-Sep-1998)

Director: Peter Berg

Writer: Peter Berg

Music by: Stewart Copeland

Producers: Michael Schiffer; Diane Nabatoff; Cindy Cowan

Keywords: Dark Comedy, Cocaine, Prostitution, Las Vegas, Wedding

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Cameron Diaz
30-Aug-1972   There's Something About Mary
Jon Favreau
19-Oct-1966   Swingers
Leland Orser
6-Aug-1960   Dr. Lucien Dubenko on ER
Jeremy Piven
26-Jul-1965   Ari Gold on Entourage
Lawrence Pressman
10-Jul-1939   The Man in the Glass Booth
Christian Slater
18-Aug-1969   Kuffs, True Romance
Daniel Stern
28-Aug-1957   City Slickers
Kobe Tai
15-Jan-1972   Hawaiian Blast
Jeanne Tripplehorn
10-Jun-1963   Office Killer


Christian Slater   ...   Robert Boyd
Cameron Diaz   ...   Laura Garrety
Daniel Stern   ...   Adam Berkow
Jeanne Tripplehorn   ...   Lois Berkow
Jon Favreau   ...   Kyle Fisher
Jeremy Piven   ...   Michael Berkow
Leland Orser   ...   Charles Moore
Also Featuring
Lawrence Pressman   ...   Mr. Fisher
Joey Zimmerman   ...   Adam Berkow, Jr.
Tyler Malinger   ...   Timmy Berkow
Rob Brownstein   ...   Man
Kobe Tai   ...   Tina
Russell B. McKenzie   ...   Security Guard
Pancho Demings   ...   Cop
Blake Gibbons   ...   Suit
Angelo Di Mascio, Jr.   ...   Clerk
Steve Fitchpatrick   ...   Cop at Hospital
Brian Grandison   ...   Doctor #1
John Cappon   ...   Doctor #2
Linda Klein   ...   Doctor #3
Byrne Piven   ...   Rabbi
Bob Bancroft   ...   Barry Morris
Trey Davis   ...   Receptionist
Marilyn McIntyre   ...   Judge Tower
Wrangler   ...   Bunker the Dog 4 Legs
Trooper   ...   Bunker the Dog 3 Legs


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