Runaway Bride 24 years old

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Runaway Bride

Ike Graham, New York columnist, writes his text always at the last minute. This time, a drunken man in his favourite bar tells Ike about Maggie Carpenter, a woman who always flees from her grooms in the last possible moment. Ike, who does not have the best opinion about females anyway, writes an offensive column without researching the subject thoroughly.

Credits

Runaway Bride Cast

Name Character
Joan Cusack She was 36, now 61 years old as Peggy Flemming
Richard Gere He was 49, now 74 years old as Ike Graham
Christopher Meloni He was 38, now 63 years old as Coach Bob Kelly
Sela Ward She was 43, now 67 years old as Pretty Bar Woman
Julia Roberts She was 31, now 56 years old as Maggie Carpenter
Donal Logue He was 33, now 58 years old as Priest Brian Norris
Lisa Roberts Gillan She was 34, now 59 years old as Elaine from Manhattan
Rita Wilson She was 42, now 67 years old as Ellie Graham
Héctor Elizondo He was 62, now 87 years old as Fisher
Laurie Metcalf She was 44, now 68 years old as Betty Trout
Yul Vazquez He was 34, now 59 years old as Dead Head Gill Chavez
Linda Larkin She was 29, now 54 years old as Gill's Girlfriend
Reg Rogers He was 34, now 59 years old as George Swilling
Larry Miller He was 45, now 70 years old as Bartender
Jane Morris She was 159, 74 years old when she died as Mrs. Pressman
Shannon Wilcox as Luau Lady
Tiffany Paulsen as Reporter Tiffany
Paul Dooley He was 71, now 96 years old as Walter Carpenter
Karen Stirgwolt as Office Worker Frances
Marvin Braverman as T-Shirt Vendor
Sandra Taylor She was 32, now 57 years old as Model Shelby
Diana Kent as Hula Girl
Kathleen Marshall She was 37, now 62 years old as Cousin Cindy
Tom Hines He was 30, now 54 years old as Cory Flemming
Patrick Richwood He was 36, now 61 years old as TV Host
Tom Mason He was 79, 60 years old when he died as Final Wedding Pastor
Dina Napoli as Reporter Dina

Runaway Bride Crew

Name Department
Gary Lucchesi as Executive Producer. He was 44 (now 69) years old Production
Richard S. Wright as Co-Producer. He was 38 (now 63) years old Production
Stephanie Carroll as Set Decoration. Art
Stuart Dryburgh as Director of Photography. He was 47 (now 72) years old Camera
Gretchen Rennell as Casting. Production
Scott Kroopf as Producer. He was 48 (now 72) years old Production
W. Steven Graham as Art Direction. Art
Ted Tannebaum as Executive Producer. Production
Robert W. Cort as Producer. He was 0 (now 24) years old Production
David Madden as Executive Producer. He was 44 (now 68) years old Production
Mario Iscovich as Co-Producer. He was 50 (now 75) years old Production
Sara Parriott as Screenplay. She was 37 (now 62) years old Writing
Josann McGibbon as Novel. She was 59 (now 84) years old Writing
Johnetta Boone as Assistant Costume Designer. Costume & Make-Up
Tom Rosenberg as Producer. He was 0 (now 24) years old Production
Joe Milner as Sound Effects Editor. Sound
James Newton Howard as Original Music Composer. He was 48 (now 72) years old Sound
Albert Wolsky as Costume Design. He was 68 (now 93) years old Costume & Make-Up
James M. Muro as Steadicam Operator. He was 33 (now 58) years old Camera
Ellen H. Schwartz as First Assistant Director. Directing
Ellen H. Schwartz as Co-Producer. Production
Karen Stirgwolt as Co-Producer. Production
Scott Marshall as Second Unit Director. He was 30 (now 55) years old Directing
Gary Combs as Stunt Coordinator. He was 63 (now 88) years old Crew
Andrea Bottigliero as First Assistant Editor. Editing
Tommy Harper as Second Second Assistant Director. He was 58 (now 83) years old Directing
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Runaway Bride (24 years)

Catch her if you can.

  • Release day: Friday, July 30, 1999
  • Runtime: 116 minutes
  • Budget: 70000000.00
  • Revenue: 309457509.00