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Passion Fish (17-Sep-1992)

Director: John Sayles

Writer: John Sayles

Music: Mason Daring

Producers: Sarah Green; Maggie Renzi

Keywords: Drama, Disability, Alcoholism

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Angela Bassett
Actor
16-Aug-1958   Got her groove back
Vondie Curtis-Hall
Film Director
30-Sep-1956   Glitter
Nora Dunn
Comic
29-Apr-1952   SNL alumna
Mary McDonnell
Actor
28-Apr-1952   Stands With A Fist
David Strathairn
Actor
26-Jan-1949   Passion Fish
Alfre Woodard
Actor
8-Nov-1953   K-PAX

CAST

Mary McDonnell   ...   May-Alice
Alfre Woodard   ...   Chantelle
Vondie Curtis-Hall   ...   Sugar
David Strathairn   ...   Rennie
Leo Burmester   ...   Reeves
Nora Dunn   ...   Ti-Marie
Mary Portser   ...   Precious
Angela Bassett   ...   Rhonda / Dawn
Sheila Kelley   ...   Kim
Nancy Mette   ...   Nina
Lenore Banks   ...   Nurse Quick
Will Mahoney   ...   Max
Nelle Stokes   ...   Therapist #1
Brett Ardoin   ...   Therapist #2
Michael Mantell   ...   Dr. Kline
Daniel Dupont   ...   Therapist #3
Chuck Cain   ...   Attendant
Shana Ledet Qualls   ...   Fan #1
Paula Lafleur   ...   Fan #2
Maggie Renzi   ...   Louise
Marianne Muellerleile   ...   Drushka
Victoria Edwards   ...   Jessica
Amanda Carlin   ...   Perky
Elaine West   ...   Phoebe
Linda Castle   ...   Lawanda
Leigh Harris   ...   Kit
Tom Wright   ...   Luther
Jennifer Gardner   ...   Albertine
Shauntisa Willis   ...   Denita
John Henry Redwood   ...   Dr. Blades
Michael Laskin   ...   Vance

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