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Speak (20-Jan-2004)

Director: Jessica Sharzer

Writers: Jessica Sharzer; Annie Young Frisbie

From novel: Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson

Original Score Composed by: Christopher Libertino

Producers: Fred Berner; Matthew Myers

Keywords: Drama, Rape

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Michael Angarano
3-Dec-1987   Lords of Dogtown
Robert John Burke
12-Sep-1960   Fr. Mickey on Rescue Me
Hallee Hirsh
16-Dec-1987   Daley on Flight 29 Down
Eric Lively
31-Jul-1981   So Weird
Elizabeth Perkins
18-Nov-1960   Big
Kristen Stewart
9-Apr-1990   Bella Swan in Twilight
D. B. Sweeney
14-Nov-1961   Shoeless Joe in Eight Men Out
Steve Zahn
13-Nov-1968   Glenn in Out of Sight


Kristen Stewart   ...   Melinda Sordino
Michael Angarano   ...   Dave Petrakis
Robert John Burke   ...   Mr. Neck
Hallee Hirsh   ...   Rachel
Eric Lively   ...   Andy Evans
Leslie Lyles   ...   Hairwoman
Elizabeth Perkins   ...   Joyce Sordino
Allison Siko   ...   Heather
D. B. Sweeney   ...   Jack Sordino
Steve Zahn   ...   Mr. Freeman
Dick Hagerman   ...   School Bus Driver
A. Remy Brommer   ...   Yearbook Photographer
Grace Ameter   ...   Emily
Tyanna Rolley   ...   Nicole
Kimberly Kish   ...   Ms. Keen
Megan Pillar   ...   Ivy
Jamie Lee White   ...   Social Studies Student
Courtney Hardebeck   ...   Siobhan
Christina Hardebeck   ...   Meg
Caitlyn Folley   ...   Girl at Pep Rally
Tony Roseboro   ...   Principal
Susan Gardner   ...   Guidance Counselor
Aaron Kinser   ...   Art Student


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