Crazy In Alabama Cast

  • Meat Loaf

    Meat Loaf (not his real name—it's Marvin Lee Aday) rocketed into rock n' roll mythology in 1977 with the release of Bat Out Of Hell —one of the biggest selling albums of all time. The...

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  • Cathy Moriarty

    She was born in The Bronx, New York and went immediately from high school into an acting career. She made a colossal breakthrough in 1980 in Scorsese's film Raging Bull, playing Vicky LaMotta opposite...

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  • Robert Wagner

    Born in Detriot, Michigan, Robert Wagner was the son of a Detroit steel executive. When his family moved to Los Angeles, Wagner's original intention of becoming a businessman took second place to his...

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  • Melanie Griffith

    MELANIE GRIFFITH Born: August 9, 1957 Born in NY, NY to Tippi Hedren (of Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds), this tall, baby-voiced nymphet made her first impression in Night Moves at 18, and went on...

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  • Noah Emmerich

    Born and raised in New York City, Noah Emmerich earned a BA in history with honors from Yale and upon graduation, worked as a travel writer. Based in Southeast Asia, Emmerich contributed to the...

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  • David Morse

    Born in Massachusetts, Morse was raised with three younger sisters in Hamilton. Although he remains close to his parents, David says he found their marital problems painful when growing up. "I...

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  • Lucas Black

    The Alabama native got his start in 1994 when, at his very first audition, he was chosen for a major role in Jon Avnet's The War, starring Kevin Costner. He came to national attention a year later...

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Crazy In Alabama

Genre:  Drama
Release Date: October 22, 1999

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Cast: Meat Loaf, Cathy Moriarty, Robert Wagner, Melanie Griffith, Noah Emmerich, David Morse, Lucas Black, Rod Steiger