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Day Zero (29-Apr-2007)

Director: Bryan Gunnar Cole

Writer: Robert Malkani

Original Music by: Erin O'Hara

Producer: Anthony Moody

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jon Bernthal
20-Sep-1977   Shane Walsh on The Walking Dead
Ginnifer Goodwin
22-May-1978   Margene Heffman on Big Love
Chris Klein
14-Mar-1979   "Oz" Ostreicher in American Pie
Elisabeth Moss
24-Jul-1982   Peggy Olson on Mad Men
Ally Sheedy
13-Jun-1962   The Breakfast Club
Sofia Vassilieva
22-Oct-1992   Ariel Dubois on Medium
Elijah Wood
28-Jan-1981   Frodo Baggins in Lord of the Rings


Elijah Wood   ...   Feller
Chris Klein   ...   Rifkin
Jon Bernthal   ...   Dixon
Ginnifer Goodwin   ...   Molly
Elisabeth Moss   ...   Patricia
Ally Sheedy   ...   Dr. Reynolds
Sofia Vassilieva   ...   Mara
John Rothman   ...   Rifkin's Father
Daniel Orskes   ...   Gus
Tinashe Kajesi   ...   Rifkin's Secretary
Bob Hogan   ...   Senior Partner
Adam Le Fevre   ...   Client
Amir Arison   ...   Lawyer
Ian Kahn   ...   Liberal Man at Party
Jordan Ruderman   ...   Liberal Woman at Party
Annie Rohling   ...   First Woman at Party
Clark Middleton   ...   Porn Clerk
Charlene Biton   ...   Peep Show Girl
Alexandra Rose Sullivan   ...   Rifkin's Niece
Janelle Robinson   ...   Bar Waitress
Malachy Cleary   ...   Oncologist
M. J. Di Benedetti   ...   Prostitute
Jon David Casey   ...   Pimp
Jamison Stern   ...   First Gay Man
Phil Burke   ...   Second Gay Man
Malina Linkas   ...   Lounge Woman
Beth Beyer   ...   Taxi Customer
Michael Shapiro   ...   News Announcer


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