Cast

ADAM SCOTT (Michael)

Adam Scott (as Michael) in "Passenger Side"Adam Scott was previously directed by Matt Bissonnette in Who Loves the Sun alongside Lukas Haas and Molly Parker. He is the star of the Starz original comedy series Party Down, and will play opposite Amy Adams and Matthew Goode in the upcoming romantic comedy Leap Year. Other upcoming projects include the Weinstein produced Piranha 3-D with Elizabeth Shue, Richard Dreyfuss, and Ving Rhames, as well as the action comedy Rogue’s Gallery with Rob Corddry and Ellen Barkin. Previous films include The Vicious Kind, Step Brothers, The Aviator, Knocked Up, The Great Buck Howard, Art School Confidential, August and Lovely, Still. On TV Scott also starred as Palek in the critically acclaimed HBO series Tell Me You Love Me, and recently shot the HBO pilot The Wonderful Maladys with Sarah Michelle Geller and Molly Parker.

JOEL BISSONNETTE (Tobey)

Joel BissonnetteJoel Bissonnette is a graduate of the prestigious Dawson Theatre Program in Montreal, Canada. His classical stage training included roles in Twelfth Night, The Merchant of Venice, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and La Ronde. He became a regular on Canadian CBC series Liberty Street before landing the role of Misha in Language of the Heart for director Jonathan Kaplan and producer Norman Jewison. Other major films include The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Zodiac and Fight Club. He played the lead role of Luka in Matt Bissonnette’s Looking For Leonard, and starred in Century Hotel for director David Weaver, P.C.U. for director Harry Weiner, and Darkman II for Sam Raimi and in Lynne Stopkewich’s Suspicious River. TV credits include The Invisible Man, The Mentalist, The Eleventh Hour, House, Nip/Tuck and Prison Break.

ROBIN TUNNEY (Theresa)

Robin TunneyRobin Tunney stars opposite Simon Baker in the hit CBS series The Mentalist. She co-stars with Charlize Theron and Kim Basinger in Guillermo Arriaga’s directorial debut The Burning Plain and, like Adam Scott, stars in August. Tunney’s first film was the teen cult classic Empire Records which she followed up with her first lead in Andrew Fleming’s hit The Craft. Her next role, in Bob Gosse’s Niagara, Niagara garnered her the Volpe Cup for Best Actress at the 1997 Venice International film festival, along with a Spirit Award nomination for Best Actress. Other credits include Martin Campbell’s Vertical Limit, the Arnold Schwarzenegger vehicle End of Days, Finn Taylor’s Cherish, Allan Coulter’s Hollywoodland and Alan Rudolph’s The Secret Lives of Dentists. Tunney won best actress at the Boston Film Festival for her performance in Open Window.


GALE HAROLD – Karl

VITTA QUINN – Carla

DIMITRI COATS – Goofus

PENELOPE ALLEN – Henrietta

KIMBERLY HUIE – Laurie

GREG DULLI - Porn Director

VICTOR MARTINEZ – Alberto


ROBERTO ENRIQUE - Manuel

MICKEY COTTRELL – Suspicious Man

RICHARD MEDINA – Man with Knife

MAJA MILETICH – Karen

RACHAEL SANTHON – Anna

ADAM BALSAM – Porn P.A.

TRAVIS WALCK – Gas Station Attendant