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I Melt with You (26-Jan-2011)

Director: Mark Pellington

Writers: Glenn Porter; Mark Pellington

Music by: Tom and Andy

Producers: Mark Pellington; Norman Reiss; Rob Cowan

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Tom Bower
1938   Dr. Curtis Willard on The Waltons
Sasha Grey
14-Mar-1988   The Girlfriend Experience
Carla Gugino
29-Aug-1971   Spy Kids
Melora Hardin
29-Jun-1967   Jan Levinson on The Office
Thomas Jane
29-Jan-1969   The Sweetest Thing
Arielle Kebbel
19-Feb-1985   The Grudge 2
Rob Lowe
17-Mar-1964   Brat-packer, Sam on The West Wing
Jeremy Piven
26-Jul-1965   Ari Gold on Entourage


Thomas Jane   ...   Richard
Jeremy Piven   ...   Ron
Rob Lowe   ...   Jonathan
Christian McKay   ...   Tim
Carla Gugino   ...   Officer Boyde
Tom Bower   ...   Capt. Bob
Arielle Kebbel   ...   Randi
Zander Eckhouse   ...   Jonah
Abhi Sinha   ...   Ryan
Sasha Grey   ...   Raven
Joe Reegan   ...   Cole
August Emerson   ...   Ethan
Rebecca Creskoff   ...   Amanda
Melora Hardin   ...   Jane
Anthony Newfield   ...   Restaurant Manager
Tom Donald   ...   Choking Old Man
Emma Friedman   ...   Old Man's Daughter
David Lowe   ...   Officer Stevens
Michael Joseph Stevens   ...   Stevie
Ryan Harry   ...   Pool Player #1
Alex Solowitz   ...   Pool Player #2
Ben Good   ...   Pool Player #3
Natalia Nogalich   ...   Patient
Nico Nicotera   ...   Bartender
Ronnie Rubalcaba   ...   Javier
Shane Roney   ...   Miles
Victoria Bruno   ...   Carrie
Dani Fish   ...   Jody
Isabella Pellington   ...   Carlie


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