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Mimic (22-Aug-1997)

Director: Guillermo del Toro

Writers: Matthew Robbins; Guillermo del Toro

From short story: Mimic by Donald A. Wollheim

Music by: Marco Beltrami

Producers: Bob Weinstein; B. J. Rack; Ole Bornedal

Keywords: Sci-Fi/Horror, Insects

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
F. Murray Abraham
Actor
24-Oct-1939   Mozart's antagonist in Amadeus
Josh Brolin
Actor
12-Feb-1968   No Country for Old Men
Charles Dutton
Actor
30-Jan-1951   Roc
Giancarlo Giannini
Actor
1-Aug-1942   Seven Beauties
Doug Jones
Actor
24-May-1960   Pan's Labyrinth
Jeremy Northam
Actor
1-Dec-1961   Enigma
Norman Reedus
Actor
6-Jan-1969   Gossip
Julian Richings
Actor
8-Sep-1955   Todd and the Book of Pure Evil
Mira Sorvino
Actor
28-Sep-1967   Mighty Aphrodite

CAST

Mira Sorvino   ...   Susan Tyler
Jeremy Northam   ...   Peter Mann
Alexander Goodwin   ...   Chuy
Giancarlo Giannini   ...   Manny
Charles Dutton   ...   Leonard
Josh Brolin   ...   Josh
Alix Koromzay   ...   Remy
F. Murray Abraham   ...   Dr. Gates
James Costa   ...   Ricky
Javon Barnwell   ...   Davis
Norman Reedus   ...   Jeremy
Pak-Kwong Ho   ...   Preacher
Glen Bang   ...   Yang
Margaret Ma   ...   Chinese Woman
Warna Fisher   ...   Bag Lady
Alan Argue   ...   Skeletal Bum
Charles Hayter   ...   Homeless Man
Julian Richings   ...   Workman
James Kidnie   ...   Subway Repairman
Eve English   ...   Homeless Woman
Bill Lasovich   ...   Long John
Doug Jones   ...   Long John
Roger Clown   ...   Long John

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