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Writers (WGA):
Steven Peterman (written by) &
Gary Dontzig (written by)
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Release Date:
20 December 2000 (USA) See more »
This holiday season, these three guys are asking Santa for just one thing... a really rich wife.
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  (in credits order)

John Stamos ... Tom Nathan

Joshua Malina ... Mark Sickler

Shemar Moore ... Jason Hunt

Dorie Barton ... Tiffany Kennedy
Carole Davis ... Catherine (as Carole Raphaelle Davis)

Michael Bowen ... Franklyn
Hamilton Camp ... Santa

Roark Critchlow ... Gunther

Shelley Malil ... Rhajid

Deprise Brescia ... Ashley

Rhea Perlman ... Jacqueline Kennedy

Dabney Coleman ... John Kennedy

Katherine Helmond ... Shatzie

Kenneth Mars ... Buzz

Gabrielle Anwar ... Jenny Seeger
Lucinda Lewis ... Victoria

Kelly Rebecca Walsh ... Stephanie

Jeanne Chinn ... Paula (as Jeanne Chin)

Lance E. Nichols ... Principal Jones (as Lance Nichols)
Chris Mitchell ... Phillip the Waiter
Rick Boal ... Dr. Jerry
George Woods ... Angus
CeCe Moore ... Elaine
Anthony Mitchell ... Lloyd

Ross Simanteris ... Little Tom
Earl Schuman ... Dimitri
Jim Chovick ... Minister Stevenson
Angelique Breaux ... Tricia
West Gardner ... Ernie
Brent Parker ... Charlie
Leo Daignault ... Wallace

Karlie Redd ... Kerry (as Keisha Lewis)
Jennifer John ... Cindy
Jessica John ... Lisa
Natasha Allas ... Laura
Ian Desmond ... Henry
Rose Cole ... Tasha
Myrna Miles ... Mrs. Fong
Maggie Myatt ... Celeste

LeAnna Campbell ... Sandy (as Leanna Campbell)
Sadaa ... Choir
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jonna Harrison ... Call girl #2
Athena Millay ... Call Girl #1
Vernon Ballesteros ... Beach Juggler (uncredited)

Johnny Chavez ... Bodyguard (uncredited)

Directed by
Rod Daniel 
Writing credits
Steven Peterman (written by) &
Gary Dontzig (written by)

Produced by
Gary Dontzig .... producer
Kim Moses .... executive producer
Steven Peterman .... producer
Ian Sander .... executive producer
Original Music by
Teddy Castellucci 
Cinematography by
Bing Sokolsky (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Jack Hofstra 
Casting by
Sarah Altman 
Mary V. Buck 
Susan Edelman 
Production Design by
Joseph P. Lucky 
Art Direction by
Richard N. McGuire (uncredited)
Set Decoration by
Shirley Starks 
Costume Design by
Tom McKinley 
Makeup Department
Heidi Grotsky .... key hair stylist
Vince Tremonti .... head makeup artist (as Vinnie Tremonti)
Sandra Woodring .... makeup artist
Stefanie Owens .... makeup artist (uncredited)
Production Management
Peter Bogart .... production manager
David Jeffery .... post-production supervisor (as David H. Jeffery)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Aaron Barsky .... first assistant director
Heather Kritzer .... second assistant director
Art Department
Gregory M. Edgar .... property master
Richard Farmer .... construction coordinator
Michael Poolman .... carpenter
Timothy Semple .... graphic designer
Peter Clines .... property assistant (uncredited)
Kenneth Heimer .... set designer (uncredited)
John Naulin .... specialty props (uncredited)
Sound Department
Trevor Black .... sound mixer
Kevin Patrick Burns .... re-recording mixer (as Kevin Burns)
Christopher Harvengt .... supervising sound editor
Todd Orr .... re-recording mixer
Kenneth L. Johnson .... sound effects editor (uncredited)
Paul Longstaffe .... dialogue editor (uncredited)
David Pattee .... boom operator (uncredited)
Special Effects by
John Naulin .... miniatures (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Peter V. Ware .... visual effects supervisor (as Peter Ware)
Camera and Electrical Department
Marcus Flaver .... key grip
Mark La Bonge .... Steadicam operator (as Mark LaBonge)
Scott 'Puppy' Nabb .... key second assistant camera (as Scott Nabb)
Ernest Paul Roebuck .... gaffer (as Ernie Roebuck)
Peter Schmitt .... first assistant camera
David Neal Stewart .... lighting technician
Christopher Tufty .... camera operator (as Chris Tuffty)
Dwayne Barr .... dolly grip (uncredited)
Julie Helton .... film loader (uncredited)
Rick Linkowski .... best boy grip (uncredited)
Michael Logan .... electrician (uncredited)
Diego Sanchez .... grip (uncredited)
Shawn Shemanski .... electrician (uncredited)
Shawn Stoddard .... grip (uncredited)
Casting Department
Sarah Altman .... casting: San Diego
Mary V. Buck .... casting
Mary Burt .... extras casting
Susan Edelman .... casting
Corrine Lane .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Mem MacAfee .... set costumer (as Mem Macafee)
Mindy Tiongco .... costume supervisor
Editorial Department
Scott Arundale .... assistant editor
Location Management
Eva M. Schroeder .... location manager
David M. Wermus .... location manager
Leah K. Nellman .... assistant location manager (uncredited)
Music Department
Tanya Noel Hill .... music editor
Tom Mgrdichian .... orchestrator
Transportation Department
Mark La Joie .... transportation coordinator (as Mark Lajoie)
Jason LaFountain .... driver
Scott Anderson .... transportation captain (uncredited)
Jimmy Ray Pickens .... driver (uncredited)
Other crew
Hayley Collings .... production coordinator (as Hayley J. Collings)
Carlos Compean .... craft service
Nicole Finch .... script supervisor
John Ignacio .... production accountant
Matt Beckner .... production assistant (uncredited)
Vincent Lopez .... on-set locations (uncredited)
Jennifer K. Rosner .... assistant: David Madden (uncredited)

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"How to Marry a Billionaire" - USA (short title)
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100 min
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3 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
Much funnier than expected - a bit like "Scrubs", 6 December 2003
Author: steve-thompson25 from Leeds, England

I only started watching this because of the West Wing connection (i.e. Joshua Malina was given second billing) but it was much better than I'd expected from reading the blurb. I found it to be a funny, well-written (if somewhat cliched) piece with strong performances all round, and a cute poodle. It reminded me a lot of "Scrubs" and is certainly worth higher than a lousy 4.4 you guys! (The same score, incidentally as "Legally Blond 2" - Please!)

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