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Passionada (16-Jun-2002)

Director: Dan Ireland

Writers: Jim Jermanok; Steve Jermanok; David Bakalar

Music Composed and Conducted by: Harry Gregson-Williams

Producer: David Bakalar

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Seymour Cassel
Actor
22-Jan-1935   Faces
Jason Isaacs
Actor
6-Jun-1963   Black Hawk Down
Sofia Milos
Actor
27-Sep-1965   Det. Yelina Salas on CSI: Miami
Lupe Ontiveros
Actor
17-Sep-1942 26-Jul-2012 Frequently portrayed maids
Emmy Rossum
Actor
12-Sep-1986   The Day After Tomorrow
Theresa Russell
Actor
20-Mar-1957   Insignificance, Black Widow

CAST

Jason Isaacs   ...   Charles Beck
Sofia Milos   ...   Celia Amonte
Emmy Rossum   ...   Vicky Amonte
Theresa Russell   ...   Lois Vargas
Lupe Ontiveros   ...   Angelica Amonte
Chris Tardio   ...   Gianni Martines
Benjamin Mouton   ...   Frankie the Pit Boss
Robert Montano   ...   Fr. Emmanuel
Russ Vigilante   ...   Roberto
Luis Colina   ...   Anthony
Anthero Montenegro   ...   Joseph Amonte
and
Seymour Cassel   ...   Daniel Vargas
Bill Burr   ...   Blackjack Player
George Gund   ...   Fisherman
Shawn Fitzgerald   ...   Blackjack Dealer
John P. Pacheco   ...   Portuguese Fisherman
Matt Blake   ...   Security Guard #1
Jeff Hennessy   ...   Security Guard #2
Charley Broderick   ...   Club Owner
Stephen Martin   ...   Poker Dealer
Tom Kemp   ...   Bartender
Charles Grady   ...   Waiter
John Fiore   ...   Nightclub MC
Skippy   ...   Angelica's Cat

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