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The Transporter 2 (3-Aug-2005)

Director: Louis Leterrier

Writers: Luc Besson; Robert Mark Kamen

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Martial Arts

Sequel to 2002's The Transporter follows the continuing adventures of Frank Martin after he is caught up in a plot to kidnap a well-connected man's son.

ABSTRACT
First sequel to The Transporter (2002). Fresh off the guns-ablaze events of The Transporter, no-questions-asked "transporter" Frank Martin operates out of Miami, offering his services to the well-off Billings family after relocating to the tropical metropolis from the Mediterranean. The normally cold-hearted and business-obsessed Frank forms an unlikely friendship with six-year old Jack Billings after numerous days spent driving him to and from school, a bond leading to a high-stakes mission to rescue Jack from kidnappers as part of an endeavor calling on his time-tested abilities to save the day against criminals looking to endanger humanity with a deadly virus.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Keith David
Actor
4-Jun-1956   DCI in Agent Cody Banks
Jason Flemyng
Actor
25-Sep-1966   The Quatermass Experiment
Alessandro Gassman
Actor
24-Feb-1965   Transporter 2
Ernest Harden, Jr.
Actor
25-Nov-1952   Marcus Henderson on The Jeffersons
AnnaLynne McCord
Actor
16-Jul-1987   Naomi Clark on 90210
Matthew Modine
Actor
22-Mar-1959   Joker in Full Metal Jacket
Jason Statham
Actor
12-Sep-1967   Snatch
Amber Valletta
Model
9-Feb-1974   Supermodel turned actress

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