All's Faire in Love
|All's Faire in Love|
|Directed by||Scott Marshall|
|Written by||R.A. White
Jeffrey Ray Wine
Cedric the Entertainer
|Music by||Jeff Cardoni|
|Edited by||Josh Muscatine
All's Faire in Love is a 2009 romantic comedy film directed by Scott Marshall and written by R. A. White and Jeffrey Ray Wine. The film stars Owen Benjamin as Will, a college student who is assigned to work at a renaissance fair by his professor (Cedric the Entertainer) after missing several classes, and Christina Ricci as Kate, an investment banker who leaves her job to work at the fair.
- Owen Benjamin as Will
- Christina Ricci as Kate
- Louise Griffiths as Jo
- Chris Wylde as Prince Rank
- Cedric the Entertainer as Professor Shockworthy
- Matthew Lillard as Crockett
- Ann-Margret as Mrs. Banks
- Martin Klebba as Count Le Petite
- Sandra Taylor as Princess Jeanette
- Bill Engvall as Mr. Mendelson
- Dave Sheridan as Jester Roy / Horny
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