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The Crow: City of Angels (30-Aug-1996)

Director: Tim Pope

Writer: David S. Goyer

Music Score Composed by: Graeme Revell

Producers: Edward R. Pressman; Jeff Most

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Comic Book

First sequel to The Crow (1994).

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ian Dury
Musician
12-May-1942 27-Mar-2000 Ian Dury and the Blockheads
Thomas Jane
Actor
29-Jan-1969   The Sweetest Thing
Mia Kirshner
Actor
25-Jan-1975   The L Word
Beverley Mitchell
Actor
22-Jan-1981   Lucy Camden on 7th Heaven
Chino Moreno
Musician
20-Jun-1973   Deftones frontman
Vincent Perez
Actor
10-Jun-1962   Cyrano de Bergerac
Iggy Pop
Singer/Songwriter
21-Apr-1947   Iggy and the Stooges

CAST

Vincent Perez   ...   Ashe
Mia Kirshner   ...   Sarah
Richard Brooks   ...   Judah
Vincent Castellanos   ...   Spider Monkey
Ian Dury   ...   Noah
Tracey Ellis   ...   Sybil
Thomas Jane   ...   Nemo
Iggy Pop   ...   Curve
Thuy Trang   ...   Kali
Eric Acosta   ...   Danny
Beverley Mitchell   ...   Grace
Aaron Thell Smith   ...   Tattoo Customer
Alan Gelfant   ...   Basset
Shelly Desai   ...   Hindu
Holley Chant   ...   Holly Daze
Kerry Rossall   ...   Zeke
Reynaldo Duran   ...   Priest
Danny Verduzco   ...   Boy in Church
Maria Julia Moran   ...   Old Lady in Church
"Day of the Dead" Band -- The Deftones
Chino Moreno   ...   Lead Singer
Cheng Chi   ...   Bass Guitar and Background Vocals
Stephen Carpenter   ...   Lead Guitarist
Abe Cunningham   ...   Drums

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