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Angels Crest (22-Apr-2011)

Director: Gaby Dellal

Writer: Catherine Trieschmann

From novel: Angels Crest by Leslie Schwartz

Music Composed by: Stephen Warbeck

Producers: Shirley Vercruysse; Leslie Cowan

Keywords: Drama, Missing Person

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lynn Collins
Actor
16-May-1977   X-Men Origins: Wolverine
Thomas Dekker
Actor
28-Dec-1987   Adam Conant on The Secret Circle
Elizabeth McGovern
Actor
18-Jul-1961   Cora on Downton Abbey
Jeremy Piven
Actor
26-Jul-1965   Ari Gold on Entourage
Mira Sorvino
Actor
28-Sep-1967   Mighty Aphrodite
Kate Walsh
Actor
13-Oct-1967   Dr. Montgomery on Private Practice

CAST

Thomas Dekker   ...   Ethan
Lynn Collins   ...   Cindy
Elizabeth McGovern   ...   Jane
Joseph Morgan   ...   Rusty
Jeremy Piven   ...   Jack
Mira Sorvino   ...   Angie
Kate Walsh   ...   Roxanne
Barbara Williams   ...   Cindy's Mother
Ameko Eks Mass Carroll   ...   Nate
Emma Macgillivray   ...   Rosie
Dave Brown   ...   Frank
Colin Campbell   ...   Paul
Greg Lawson   ...   Bill
Marty Antonini   ...   Charlie
Chris Ippolito   ...   Will
Jonathan Lachlan Stewart   ...   Kyle
Mathieu Bourassa   ...   Clerk
Christianne Hirt   ...   Yvette
Lindsay Burns   ...   Donna
Aedan Tomney   ...   Travis
Gillian Carfra   ...   Celina Cervantes
Rachel Clentworth   ...   Melody
Julian Domingues   ...   George
Mallory Minerson   ...   Saleswoman
Douglas Hinds   ...   Barber
Rachael Stewart   ...   Rachel
Wally Houn   ...   Judge McKay

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