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Fast Sofa (15-Jun-2001)

Director: Salomé Breziner

Writers: Bruce Craven; Peter Chase; Salomé Breziner

From novel: Fast Sofa by Bruce Craven

Producers: Steven J. Wolfe; Christopher Figg

Keywords: Drama, Road Trip

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jake Busey
15-Jun-1971   Identity
Crispin Glover
20-Apr-1964   Rubin and Ed
Adam Goldberg
25-Oct-1970   Saving Private Ryan
Natasha Lyonne
4-Apr-1979   Slums of Beverly Hills
Bijou Phillips
1-Apr-1980   I'd Rather Eat Glass
Eric Roberts
18-Apr-1956   Restraining Order
Glenn Shadix
15-Apr-1952 7-Sep-2010 Beetlejuice
Jennifer Tilly
16-Sep-1958   Bound, Monsters, Inc.
Lee Ving
10-Apr-1950   Frontman, Fear


Jake Busey   ...   Rick Jeffers
Crispin Glover   ...   Jules Langdon
Natasha Lyonne   ...   Tamara Jenson
Adam Goldberg   ...   Jack Weis
Bijou Phillips   ...   Tracy
Eric Roberts   ...   Robinson
Jennifer Tilly   ...   Ginger Quail
Ron Jeremy   ...   Restaurant Manager
Lee Ving   ...   Leather Jacket
Glenn Shadix   ...   Apartment Manager
Darling Narita   ...   Iona
Danny Comden   ...   Brad
Gabriel Byer   ...   Jim
Ginger Kinison   ...   Mandy
Tina Marie Clifford   ...   April
R. Scott Loughran   ...   Bird Store Manager
Vincent Riverside   ...   Skinny Rocker
Charlene Rose   ...   Fake Dolly Parton
Antonio McKay   ...   Fake Michael Jackson
Audrey Ruttan   ...   Fake Michael Jackson
Denise Vlasis   ...   Fake Madonna
Andrew Jaimez   ...   Band Member
Richard Presley, Jr.   ...   Band Member
Armando Lopez   ...   Band Member


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