David Cross: Let America Laugh Trailer

David Cross: Let America Laugh Trailer (2003)

04 November 2003 Comedy, Factual 93 mins

This is a feature-length documentary of David Cross's entire North American comedy tour.

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Cast

David Cross

as Himself

Bob Kaliban

as Mr. Ludlow (boss) (segment "New York Office")

Michelle Maryk

as Theresa (wife) (segment "New York Office")

Meredith Lipson

as Cheyanne (daughter) (segment "New York Office")

Aviva Yael

as Assistant (segment "New York Office")

Juli Cross

as Herself

Gordon Downs

as Himself

Crew

David Cross

Director

Lance Bangs

Director

International Releases Dates

United States 04 November 2003

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