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Two Weeks (20-Oct-2006)

Director: Steve Stockman

Writer: Steve Stockman

Original Music: Heitor Pereira

Producers: Steve Stockman; John Marias

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Thomas Cavanagh
26-Oct-1963   Ed Stevens on Ed
Ben Chaplin
31-Jul-1970   The Truth About Cats & Dogs
Clea DuVall
25-Sep-1977   Carnivale
Sally Field
6-Nov-1946   Steel Magnolias
Glenn Howerton
13-Apr-1976   Dennis Reynolds on It's Always Sunny
Julianne Nicholson
1-Jul-1971   Law & Order: Criminal Intent
Jenny O'Hara
24-Feb-1942   Dixie Randazzo on My Sister Sam


Sally Field   ...   Anita Bergman
Ben Chaplin   ...   Keith Bergman
Thomas Cavanagh   ...   Barry Bergman
Julianne Nicholson   ...   Emily Bergman
Glenn Howerton   ...   Matthew Bergman
James Murtaugh   ...   Jim Cranston
Clea DuVall   ...   Katrina
Michael Hyatt   ...   Carol
Susan Misner   ...   Sherry
Jenny O'Hara   ...   Julia
Lauren Ellman   ...   Flight Attendant
Amy Hubbard   ...   Betsy Straight
Terrence McNally   ...   Gerald Corwin
Anna Grace Smith   ...   Sarah
Jeffrey Johnson   ...   Ben
Lori Beth Edgeman   ...   Suzanne
Savannah Eller   ...   Jessica
Peggy Walton Walker   ...   Airline Ticketing Agent
John Will Clay   ...   National Guardsman #1
Layne Sasser   ...   Sylvia
Persephone Felder-Fentress   ...   Bedelia Thrush
Alan Dysert   ...   Bank President
Ken Thompson   ...   Rabbi
Neva J. Howell   ...   Grocery Clerk
Tracy Lockridge   ...   William
Holly Allen   ...   Customer Service Rep
Larry Black   ...   Arnie Taubman
Judy Leavell   ...   Harriet Taubman


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