Who's Your Daddy? (film)

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Who's Your Daddy?
Who's Your Daddy DVD cover.jpg
DVD cover
Directed by Andy Fickman
Produced by Verna Harrah
Screenplay by Maria Veltre Druse
Jack Sekowski
Andy Fickman
Story by Maria Veltre Druse
Jack Sekowski
Starring Brandon Davis
Kadeem Hardison
Christine Lakin
Ali Landry
Marnette Patterson
Robert Ri'chard
Lin Shaye
Josh Jacobson
Charlie Talbert
William Atherton
Justin Berfield
Robert Torti
Ryan Bittle
Martin Starr
David Varney
Dave Thomas
Colleen Camp
Patsy Kensit
Music by Nathan Wang
Cinematography Nathan Hope
Edited by Tim Board
Jeff Canavan
Scott Conrad
Production
company
Middle Fork Productions
Distributed by 20th Century Fox
Release dates January 18, 2003
Running time 105 minutes
111 minutes (unrated)
Country United States
Language English
Box office $5,713,425

Who's Your Daddy? is a 2003 comedy film directed (and co-scripted) by Andy Fickman.

Synopsis[edit]

Chris Hughes (Davis), an adopted and geeky Ohio high school senior, discovers that his recently deceased birth parents are the proprietors of a vast pornography empire and he is the inherited heir. Dropped into a bitter power struggle, his new flock of beautiful co-workers come to his aid.

Production and release[edit]

The film's producers intended for Who's Your Daddy? to capitalize on the start of the 21st century's teen sex comedy revival, as spearheaded by 1999's American Pie.

Fickman shot the film in 2001, but after an unsuccessful test-screening process, the film was shelved for a number of years. Never released theatrically in the United States, Who's Your Daddy? finally reached American audiences on DVD in January 2005, followed by a short run in Icelandic cinemas the following summer.

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