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Spinning Out of Control (2001)

A popular TV sitcom actress struggles with her drug and alcohol-addled private life while her manager does "damage control" for her own protection from the press, which is becoming increasingly difficult.

Director:

Richard Martin

Writer:

Mark Solomon
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Cast

Credited cast:
Kathie Lee Gifford ... Amanda Berkeley
Howie Mandel ... Marty Levinne
Robin Givens ... Erin
Ted Whittall ... Tony Berman
Tom Barnett ... Adam Ginsburg
Gloria Slade ... Carla Vargas
Ian D. Clark ... Leonard Pittman
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kim Allan Kim Allan ... Debbie
Ho Chow ... Pharmacist
Yanira Contreras Yanira Contreras ... Rosa
Ryan Cunningham ... Guy in Bathroom
Jennifer Irwin ... Network Exec
Jack Jessop Jack Jessop ... Walter
Cameron Kirkwood Cameron Kirkwood ... Officer
Balázs Koós Balázs Koós ... Film Student
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A popular TV sitcom actress struggles with her drug and alcohol-addled private life while her manager does "damage control" for her own protection from the press, which is becoming increasingly difficult.

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Taglines:

Amanda Berkeley... Her manager can't help her! The network can't save her! And we can't get enough! Never mix business and pleasure with other controlled substances.

Genres:

Comedy | Drama

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A waste of time.
31 March 2001 | by Brian-272See all my reviews

Awful don't dare waste any of your viewing time on this TV movie it is not only annoying but also a joke. I was never a Kathie Lee Gifford fan she simply is so whinny and to much of a person who likes to look at others faults and not her own. In this movie she plays a character with several faults that being a actress with drug and alcohol problems who wants pity. Another fault is the character that Robin Givens plays the whinny and moaning sex object just does not go well. Now Robin to look sexy again go back to your scenes like you had in Boomerang in that silk green bra and panties. This film just does not have the dialogue that matches the point of the story. If your like me and disliked Kathie Lee Gifford after you watch even half of this you feel less about her talents.


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Country:

Canada | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 March 2001 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color
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