Totally Blonde

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Totally Blonde
DVD Cover
DVD Cover
Directed by Andrew Van Slee
Produced by Andrew Van Slee
Written by Andrew Van Slee
Starring Krista Allen, Maeve Quinlan and Michael Bublé
Extraordinary Films Ltd.
Release date
Running time
94 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Totally Blonde is a 2001 comedy film written and directed by Andrew Van Slee, and starring Krista Allen, Maeve Quinlan and Michael Bublé. The musical soundtrack was released as the album Totally Bublé.

The airhead comedy was Bublé's second film, after a bit part as a singer in Duets (2000) starring Gwyneth Paltrow and Huey Lewis, and followed by a role as Hap in The Snow Walker (2003).[1] The soundtrack, which was moderately successful, was soon followed by his first major label release Michael Bublé (2003).[2]


Meg Peters just can't seem to find Mr. Right, until one day she bleaches her hair blonde. Men begin to swarm around, but none she feels is Mr. Right until she meets a crooner at a local club (Michael Bublé). The plot thickens when she also meets an old high-school friend, now a wealthy but muscle-bound hunk (Brody Hutzler).[3] Typical situations follow, such as a scene where she stands up Bublé for a date with Hutzler, and Bublé ends up making out with her girlfriend played by Maeve Quinlan.[4] In the rather contrived ending, everything ends happily.


One critic describes the film as a "fairly disastrous romantic comedy", but says that Bublé's music, written by Van Slee, helps redeem it, as does the generally likable cast.[5]


Actor Role
Krista Allen Meg Peters
Maeve Quinlan Liv Watson
Michael Bublé Van Martin
Brody Hutzler Brad Wilson
Mindy Sterling Ramona
Colin Mochrie Vulcan / Agent / Comic / Drunk
Charlene Tilton Blonde School Director
Michael Kagan Alfred / Mountie / Minister
D.C. Douglas French Waiter / Douglas The Hotel Clerk
Tanya Garrett Martinette
Erin Carufel Martinette
Nicole Stevens II Martinette (as Aimee Nicole)
Vikki Gurdas Brunette #1
Corinne Marshall Brunette #2 (as Corrine Marshall)
Amanda Thomas Brunette #3


  1. ^ David Wallechinsky; Amy Wallace; Ira Basen; Jane Farrow (2006). The Book of Lists: The Original Compendium of Curious Information. Random House of Canada. p. 75. ISBN 0-7704-3009-0. 
  2. ^ Will Friedwald (2010). "Michael Bublé". A Biographical Guide to the Great Jazz and Pop Singers. Random House of Canada. p. 773. ISBN 0-375-42149-1. 
  3. ^ "Totally Blonde (2001)". New York Times. Retrieved 2011-04-07. 
  4. ^ John Rosenberg (2010). The Healthy Edit: Creative Editing Techniques for Perfecting Your Movie. Focal Press. p. 165. ISBN 0-240-81446-0. 
  5. ^ Vince Leo. "Totally Blonde (2003) / Comedy-Romance". Quipster. Retrieved 2011-04-07. 

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