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Wilder (2000)

Director: Rodney Gibbons

Writer: Terry Abrahamson

Original Music Composed by: Michel Corriveau; Robert Marchand

Producers: Shimon Dotan; Netaya Anbar

Keywords: Thriller

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Pam Grier
Actor
26-May-1949   Blaxploitation queen, star of Jackie Brown
Rutger Hauer
Actor
23-Jan-1944   Blade Runner

CAST

Pam Grier   ...   Det. Della Wilder
Rutger Hauer   ...   Dr. Sam Dennis Charney
Romano Orzari   ...   Det. Harlan Lee
Eugene Clark   ...   Attorney Marlowe King
John Dunn-Hill   ...   Capt. Jerry Crandall
Serge Houde   ...   Walker Grimes
Richard Robitaille   ...   Ricky Harwell
Simone-Elise Girard   ...   Sophie Gorka
Frank Schorpion   ...   Harry Perl
Sasha Dominique   ...   Lisa Sears
Linda Smith   ...   Barbar Pieczkowa
Greg Kramer   ...   Dugald Ferdinand
Noel Burton   ...   Hospital Spokesperson
Robert Higden   ...   NRC Official
Andrea Sadler   ...   Leslie Holt
Abede Burke   ...   Jabari Wilder
Oheneba Burke   ...   Joshua Wilder
Sam Stone   ...   Desk Sergeant
Terry Simpson   ...   Building Super
Mike Tsar   ...   Tazmahal Boss
Amanda Strawn   ...   Grimes' Secretary
Manon Harvey   ...   Hospital Receptionist
Anne Dryburgh   ...   Pammy Perl
Jane Gilchrist   ...   Amelia
Jean-Marc Bisson   ...   Building Tenant
Gordon Masten   ...   Bodine
Stefanie Buxton   ...   Nymphette
Charlene Francique   ...   Vera Church
John Walsh   ...   Intruder
Larry Day   ...   Male Nurse

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