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My Brother's Keeper (29-Jan-2002)

Director: John Badham

Writers: Steven Baigelman; Glenn Gers

Music by: John Ottman

Producer: Justis Greene

Keywords: Thriller

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Cameron Bright
Actor
26-Jan-1993   Ultraviolet
Corin Nemec
Actor
5-Nov-1971   Parker Lewis Can't Lose
Leland Orser
Actor
6-Aug-1960   Dr. Lucien Dubenko on ER
Jeanne Tripplehorn
Actor
10-Jun-1963   Office Killer

CAST

Jeanne Tripplehorn   ...   Lucinda
Corin Nemec   ...   Ellis
Leland Orser   ...   Travis
Evan Dexter Parke   ...   Junior
Brian Jensen   ...   Davis Pond
Ben Cardinal   ...   Running Bear
Britt McKillip   ...   Young Lucinda / Marcie
Cameron Bright   ...   Young Ellis
Andrew Jackson   ...   Adam
William S. Taylor   ...   Tierney
Patricia Drake   ...   Ritchie
Noel Callahan   ...   Kelly Hewitt
Peter LaCroix   ...   Tom Hewitt
Kathryn Kirkpatrick   ...   Aileen Hewitt
Lloyd Berry   ...   Lloyd Murgin
Alex Bruhanski   ...   Rick Buckley
Sean Campbell   ...   Bous
Marilyn Norry   ...   Cam
Henry O. Watson   ...   JT
Susan Astley   ...   Mrs. Coolidge
Susan Bain   ...   Medical Examiner
Norma Jean Wick   ...   Reporter
Link Baker   ...   Barkely
Brenda MacDonald   ...   Homeless Woman
Michael Richard Dobson   ...   FBI Utility Worker
Xantha Radley   ...   FBI Technician
Artine Brown   ...   FBI Undercover Taxi Driver
Kwesi Ameyaw   ...   Undercover Homeless Man

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