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Livin' Large! (20-Sep-1991)

Director: Michael Schultz

Writer: William Mosley-Payne

Music Composed and Arranged by: Herbie Hancock

Producer: David V. Picker

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Julia Campbell
12-Mar-1963   The Tillamook Treasure
T. C. Carson
19-Nov-1958   Kyle Barker on Living Single
Loretta Devine
21-Aug-1949   Marla Hendricks on Boston Public
Wallace Wilkinson
12-Dec-1941 5-Jul-2002 Governor of Kentucky, 1987-91


T. C. Carson   ...   Dexter Jackson
Lisa Arrindell   ...   Toynelle Davis
Blanche Baker   ...   Kate Penndragin
Nathaniel "Afrika" Hall   ...   Baker Moon
Julia Campbell   ...   Missy Carnes
Bernie McInerney   ...   Clifford Worthy
Loretta Devine   ...   Nadine Biggs
Dan Albright   ...   Martin
Ronald J. Knight   ...   Roger
Randal Patrick   ...   Jimmy
David De Vries   ...   Stage Manager
Dan Chandler   ...   Control Room Director
Joe Washington   ...   Charles Hempstead
Wallace Wilkinson   ...   Rev. Carnes
Suzanne Stewart   ...   Mrs. Carnes
Tonea Stewart   ...   Mrs. Davis
Eloise Whitman   ...   Anna Mae
David Dwyer   ...   Police Sergeant
Ted Henning   ...   Fabian Marks
Jeff Folger   ...   Station Announcer
Gerald Brown   ...   Bubba Knuckles
Harrison Avery   ...   Otis
Tony Franciscus   ...   Four Fingers Felix
George Allen   ...   Old Man
Arlena Starr   ...   Blind Lady
Shilla Benning   ...   Dancing Lady
Lonnie R. Smith, Jr.   ...   Policeman
John Burton, Jr.   ...   Policeman
Eddie Billups   ...   Patient
Ray McKinnon   ...   Harmon


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