Pleasures - Cast

Cast

  • Joanna Cassidy as Lillian Benton
  • Linda Purl as Eve Harper
  • Tracy Nelson as Annie Benton
  • Rick Moses as Niles Perry
  • Pamela Adlon as Claudia (as Pamela Segall)
  • David Paymer as Stanley
  • Sasha Mitchell as Antonio
  • Barry Bostwick as Ben Scott
  • Pamela Dunlap as Elaine
  • Elizabeth Kerr as Mrs. Gilroy
  • Richard Gates as Fred

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