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Evolver (Mar-1995)

Director: Mark Rosman

Writer: Mark Rosman

Original Score by: Christopher Tyng

Producers: Jeff Geoffray; Walter Josten; Henry Seggerman

Keywords: Sci-Fi, Robots

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John de Lancie
Actor
20-Mar-1948   Q on Star Trek: TNG
Paul Dooley
Actor
22-Feb-1928   Grace Under Fire
Ethan Embry
Actor
13-Jun-1978   Empire Records
William H. Macy
Actor
13-Mar-1950   Fargo
Cindy Pickett
Actor
18-Apr-1947   Ferris Bueller's Day Off

CAST

Ethan Embry   ...   Kyle Baxter
John de Lancie   ...   Russell Bennett
Cindy Pickett   ...   Melanie Baxter
Paul Dooley   ...   Jerry Briggs
Nassira Nicola   ...   Ali Baxter
Chance Quinn   ...   Zach Renzetti
Michael Champion   ...   Squad Leader
Tim Griffin   ...   Dwight
And Introducing
Cassidy Rae   ...   Jamie Saunders
Eugene Williams   ...   Tiny
Jamie Marsh   ...   Ace
Eric Fleeks   ...   Cop at Zach's
Ian Gregory   ...   Cop on TV
Mary Gordon Murray   ...   Mrs. Renzetti
Lisa Passero   ...   Secretary
Jack Kenny   ...   Technician
Heath McLaughlin   ...   Cop at Crash
Tahitia   ...   Locker Room Girl
Brad Blaisdell   ...   Criminal
William H. Macy   ...   Voice of Evolver
Puppeteers
Eric Fiedler   ...   Lead Puppeteer
Tim Ralson   ...   Puppeteer
Sara Hagopian   ...   Puppeteer
Scott Stoddard   ...   Puppeteer
Russell Higgins   ...   Puppeteer
Robert Newton   ...   Puppeteer
John Mauvezin   ...   Puppeteer
Joel Harlow   ...   Puppeteer
Nori Honda   ...   Puppeteer

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