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School of Life (19-Feb-2005)

Director: William Dear

Writer: Jonathan Kahn

Music Composed by: Ari Wise

Producer: Rosanne Milliken

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John Astin
30-Mar-1930   Gomez on The Addams Family
William Dear
Film Director
30-Nov-1943   Angels in the Outfield
Lorena Gale
9-May-1958 21-Jun-2009 Je me souviens
David Paymer
30-Aug-1954   Mr. Saturday Night
Ryan Reynolds
23-Oct-1976   Van Wilder
Kate Vernon
1961   Lorraine Prescott on Falcon Crest


David Paymer   ...   Matt Warner
Ryan Reynolds   ...   Mr. D.
Kate Vernon   ...   Elli Warner
Andrew Robb   ...   Dylan Warner
John Astin   ...   Stormin' Norman Warner
Don MacKay   ...   Principal Bass
Brenda McDonald   ...   Maggie Little
Paul Jarrett   ...   Dan Parks
Leila Johnson   ...   Denise Davies
Christopher Gauthier   ...   Vern Cote
Shylo Sharity   ...   Chase
Gordie Giroux   ...   Seth
Asia Lim   ...   Kylie
Chelsea Florko   ...   Heather
Alexander Pollock   ...   Clyde
Jillian Marie   ...   Patty
Carly McKillip   ...   Devon
Christopher Attadia   ...   Brad
Hunter Elliot   ...   Madman
Keith Miller   ...   Howard
Richard Harmon   ...   Timmy
Kimberly Paris   ...   Susie
Lorena Gale   ...   Matilda Smith
Lisa Dahling   ...   Miss Hunt
Marcel Maillard   ...   Homeless Man
Kenyan Lewis   ...   Stick
Ben Walsh   ...   King Shorty
Keith Dallas   ...   Big Man
Frida Betrani   ...   Nurse Bogie
Robin Mossley   ...   Referee
William Dear   ...   Spaceman


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