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Jim Young John Griesemer Concierge David Younger Marc Herbert Russell Kid as Russell Harper Mark Webber Kid Christopher Fitzgerald Kid Donna Mitchell Neil Davis Jon Abrahams Jeff Will McCormack Mike the Casino Patron Jared Ryan Casino Steve Anson Mount Broker Kirk Acevedo Broker Seth Ullian Broker Eddie Malavarca Broker Carlo Vogel Rude Kid Matthew Saldivar Croatian Broker Lisa Gerstein Sheryl Ross Ryman Isaac Marjorie Johnson Abbie's Mother Peter Rini Jacobs Lori Yoffe Secretary Alex Webb Waitress at Mickey's Donald John Hewitt Local as Don J.
Hewitt Mark Moshe Bellows John Feiner Daniel Sauli Gay Restaurant Patron Taylor Patterson Sara Reynard Michael McCarthy Max Reynard Marsha Dietlein Susan Reynard Joseph Tudisco Janitor Judy Del Giudice Office Woman Siobhan Fallon Hogan Stockbroker uncredited Delancey Birzin Broker uncredited Angelo Bonsignore Abrams uncredited Desmond Harrington Broker uncredited Stephen Scibetta Todd uncredited Mike Struck Trainee uncredited Ben Van Bergen Seth pursues a career with J.
Marlin, a wire house located on Long Island. As a junior associate he learns the craft of sales over the phone. He is aiming for a position as a senior broker after obtaining his Series 7 license. He's terrific salesperson. Once he completes his training, the pay is phenomenal. He soon notices the commissions earned at J. Marlin are much larger than average.
At this point he becomes apprehensive of J. Marlin's business practices. While entering this profession to impress his father; Seth soon figures out he may have chosen the wrong profession. A young man has dropped out of Queens College but desperately wants to please his father, a federal judge who's harsh with his son.
At his father's insistence, Seth Davis closes a casino he operates in his own house, mostly for college students. Thinking he'll please dad, he takes a job in a small brokerage house, an hour from Manhattan, where trainees make cold calls to lists of well-paid men, and then apply high-pressure tactics to sell initial public offerings exclusive to the firm. He's terrific at sales. Once training is over, the pay is phenomenal, and Seth wonders why.
Curiosity leads him to ethical dilemmas, encounters with the Feds, and new territory with his father. Sign In. Edit Boiler Room
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