The Cast Of Wet Hot American Summer Reunited At SF Sketchfest
 

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  • The Cast Of “Wet Hot American Summer” Reunited At SF Sketchfest

    The cast of the cult comedy Wet Hot American Summer reunited at SF Sketch Fest for a live radio read of the movie. Much of the original cast showed up with few exceptions (Bradley Cooper, David Hyde Pierce, Janeane Garofalo) but that allowed for many other guest drop ins like Busy Phillipps, Colin Hanks, Bobcat Gothwait, and David Cross.

    Want to know who was there? Well here ya go.

    Cast
    David Wain – Narrator
    Michael Showalter – Coop/Alan Shemper
    Marguerite Moreau – Katie
    Michael Ian Black – McKinley
    Paul Rudd – Andy
    Christopher Meloni – Gene
    Molly Shannon – Gail von Kleinenstein
    Ken Marino – Victor Kulak
    Joe Lo Truglio – Neil
    Amy Poehler – Susie
    Samm Levine – Arty

    Special Surprise understudies:
    Busy Philipps – Beth (originally played by Janeane Garofalo)
    David Cross – Henry Newman (originally played by David Hyde Pierce)
    Joshua Malina – J.J. (originally played by Zak Orth)
    Colin Hanks – Gary (originally played by A.D. Miles)
    Marc Evan Jackson – Ben (originally played by Bradley Cooper)
    Bruce McCulloch – Aaron (originally played by Gideon Jacobs)
    Jessi Klein – Abby Bernstein (originally played by Marisa Ryan)
    Gillian Jacobs – Lindsay (originally played by Elizabeth Banks)
    John Hodgman – Keith – Caped Boy (originally played by Gabriel Millman)
    Mark Gagliardi – Steve (originally played by Kevin Sussman)
    Craig Cackowski – Mork Guy and Moose
    Hal Lublin – Melvin – Medieval Kid
    Annie Savage – Mallrat Girl/Cure Girl and Godspell Girl
    Zandy Hartig – Nurse Nancy (originally played by Nina Hellman)
    Andy Richter – Ron von Kleinenstein (originally played by Judah Friedlander)
    Bobcat Goldthwait – Can of Vegetables (originally played by Jon Benjamin)

    Photos by Jakub Mosur

    The SF Sketchfest runs until February 4th.

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    Comments

    Zach
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    I would’ve done ANYTHING to have actually attended this! :o

    TheLaughButton
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    All it took was a tickets and flight to San Francisco.

    Zach
    Reply

    I would’ve done ANYTHING to have actually attended this! :o

    TheLaughButton
    Reply

    All it took was a tickets and flight to San Francisco.

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