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Kill Me Later (2-Mar-2001)

Director: Dana Lustig

Writers: Annette Goliti Gutierrez; Dana Lustig

Music by: Tal Bergman; Renato Neto

Producers: Carole Curb Nemoy; Mike Curb; Ram Bergman; Dana Lustig

Keywords: Thriller, Bank Robbery, Hostage Situation

Based on a short film, Kill Me Later, by Maria Ripoll

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Max Beesley
15-Jan-1971   Glitter
Selma Blair
23-Jun-1972   A Dirty Shame
Sarah Chalke
27-Aug-1976   Dr. Reid on Scrubs
Brendan Fehr
29-Oct-1977   Michael Guerin on Roswell
D. W. Moffett
26-Oct-1954   Dean Winston on For Your Love
Lochlyn Munro
12-Feb-1966   Dead Man on Campus


Selma Blair   ...   Shawn Holloway
Max Beesley   ...   Charlie Anders
O'Neal Compton   ...   Agent McGinley
Lochlyn Munro   ...   Agent Reed
D. W. Moffett   ...   Mathew Richmond
Brendan Fehr   ...   Billy
Keegan Tracy   ...   Heather
Sarah Chalke   ...   Linda
Tom Heaton   ...   Jason
David Adams   ...   Ara
Alex Zahara   ...   Officer Larry
Pam Hyatt   ...   Lucy
Stacy Fair   ...   Elizabeth Richmond
Marcel Maillard   ...   Lyle Holloway
Keith Gordy   ...   Elevator Cop
Dana Lustig   ...   Suzan Holloway
Mecca Menard   ...   Molly
Jillian Fargey   ...   Bank Customer
Roger Haskett   ...   Bank Customer
Edward Diaz   ...   Valet
Bethoe Shirkoff   ...   Mrs. Sabatini
Juan Gomez   ...   Mariachi #1
Octavio Carillo   ...   Mariachi #2
Mario Valdez   ...   Mariachi #3
Brett Kelly   ...   Kid
Chris Wild   ...   City Park Policeman
Jeffery Seymour   ...   Officer in Charge
Robert Marshall   ...   Draftsman
Rabbit   ...   Himself


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