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An Unfinished Life (19-Aug-2005)

Director: Lasse Hallstrom

Writers: Mark Spragg; Virginia Korus Spragg

Music by: Deborah Lurie

Producers: Alan Ladd, Jr.; Kelliann Ladd; Leslie Holleran

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lynda Boyd
Actor
28-Jan-1965   Rose Miller on Republic of Doyle
Morgan Freeman
Actor
1-Jun-1937   Unforgiven
Damian Lewis
Actor
11-Feb-1971   Band of Brothers
Jennifer Lopez
Singer
24-Jul-1969   Maid in Manhattan
Josh Lucas
Actor
20-Jun-1971   Wonderland
Camryn Manheim
Actor
8-Mar-1961   Ellenor Frutt on The Practice
Robert Redford
Actor
18-Aug-1936   The Sundance Kid

CAST

Robert Redford   ...   Einar Gilkyson
Jennifer Lopez   ...   Jean Gilkyson
and
Morgan Freeman   ...   Mitch Bradley
Josh Lucas   ...   Crane Curtis
Camryn Manheim   ...   Nina
Damian Lewis   ...   Gary Winston
introducing
Becca Gardner   ...   Griff Gilkyson
Lynda Boyd   ...   Kitty
Rob Hayter   ...   Deputy
P. Lynn Johnson   ...   Shelter Supervisor
Byron Lucas   ...   Motorcycle Rider
Trevor Moss   ...   Griffin Gilkyson
R. Nelson Brown   ...   Kent
Dillard Brinson   ...   Gnome Owner
Jason Diablo   ...   Customer #1
Sean Dory   ...   Customer #2
Bryan Korenberg   ...   Angry Couple Man
Bonnie Barton   ...   Angry Couple Woman
Danielle Dunn-Morris   ...   Angie
Sandra Polson   ...   Secretary
Dale Kipling   ...   Cook
Jill Teed   ...   Bartender
Jayne Dancose   ...   Nurse Phyllis
Ken Camroux-Taylor   ...   Doctor
With
Bart the Bear   ...   Bear

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