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The Silence of the Lambs (30-Jan-1991)

Director: Jonathan Demme

Writer: Ted Tally

From novel: The Silence of the Lambs by Thomas Harris

Music by: Howard Shore

Producers: Edward Saxon; Kenneth Utt; Ron Bozman

Keywords: Crime, Cannibalism, Serial Killer

Jodie Foster is young FBI trainee Clarice Starling, sent to interview incarcerated serial killer Hannibal Lecter, portrayed by Anthony Hopkins as one of the most memorable characters ever filmed. She hopes to extract clues regarding a serial killer presently at large, "Buffalo Bill"; the sophisticated Lecter is titillated by Starling's vulnerability. Time is of the essence after a Senator's daughter falls victim. Swept Oscars in 1992, winning Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Actress, and Best Screenplay; two other nominations.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Obba Babatundé
Actor
1-Dec-1951   Principal Green on Dawson's Creek
Diane Baker
Actor
25-Feb-1938   Mirage
Dan Butler
Actor
2-Dec-1954   Bob "Bulldog" Brisco on Frasier
Roger Corman
Film/TV Producer
5-Apr-1926   Frankenstein Unbound
Frankie Faison
Actor
10-Jun-1949   Commissioner Burrell on The Wire
Jodie Foster
Actor
19-Nov-1962   The Silence of the Lambs
Scott Glenn
Actor
26-Jan-1941   The Silence of the Lambs
Anthony Heald
Actor
25-Aug-1944   Scott Guber on Boston Public
Anthony Hopkins
Actor
31-Dec-1937   Hannibal Lecter
Chris Isaak
Musician
26-Jun-1956   The Chris Isaak Show
Kasi Lemmons
Actor
24-Feb-1961   Eve's Bayou
Ted Levine
Actor
29-May-1958   Buffalo Bill in The Silence of the Lambs
Charles Napier
Actor
12-Apr-1936 5-Oct-2011 Duke Phillips on The Critic
Brooke Smith
Actor
22-May-1967   Grey's Anatomy
Daniel von Bargen
Actor
5-Jun-1950   Kruger on Seinfeld
Tracey Walter
Actor
25-Nov-1942   Miller in Repo Man

CAST

Jodie Foster   ...   Clarice Starling
Anthony Hopkins   ...   Dr. Hannibal Lecter
Scott Glenn   ...   Jack Crawford
Ted Levine   ...   Jame Gumb
Anthony Heald   ...   Dr. Frederick Chilton
Brooke Smith   ...   Catherine Martin
Diane Baker   ...   Sen. Ruth Martin
Kasi Lemmons   ...   Ardelia Mapp
Charles Napier   ...   Lt. Boyle
Tracey Walter   ...   Lamar
Roger Corman   ...   FBI Director Hayden Burke
Ron Vawter   ...   Paul Krendler
Danny Darst   ...   Sgt. Tate
Frankie Faison   ...   Barney
Paul Lazar   ...   Pilcher
Dan Butler   ...   Roden
Chris Isaak   ...   SWAT Commander
In order of appearance
Lawrence A. Bonney   ...   FBI Instructor
Lawrence T. Wrentz   ...   Agent Burroughs
Don Brockett   ...   Friendly Psychopath
Frank Seals, Jr.   ...   Brooding Psychopath
Stuart Rudin   ...   Miggs
Masha Skorobogatov   ...   Young Clarice
Jeffrie Lane   ...   Clarice's Father
Leib Lensky   ...   Mr. Lang
Red Schwartz   ...   Mr. Lang's Driver
Jim Roche   ...   TV Evangelist
James B. Howard   ...   Boxing Instructor
Bill Miller   ...   Mr. Brigham
Chuck Aber   ...   Agent Terry
Gene Borkan   ...   Oscar
Pat McNamara   ...   Sheriff Perkins
Kenneth Utt   ...   Dr. Akin
Darla   ...   Precious
Adelle Lutz   ...   TV Anchorwoman
Obba Babatundé   ...   TV Anchorman
George Michael   ...   TV Sportscaster
Jim Dratfield   ...   Sen. Martin's Aide
Stanton-Miranda   ...   1st Reporter
Rebecca Saxon   ...   2nd Reporter
Cynthia Ettinger   ...   Officer Jacobs
Brent Hinkley   ...   Officer Murray
Steve Wyatt   ...   Airport Flirt
Alex Coleman   ...   Sgt. Jim Pembry
David Early   ...   Spooked Memphis Cop
Andre Blake   ...   Tall Memphis Cop
Bill Dalzell III   ...   Distraught Memphis Cop
Daniel von Bargen   ...   SWAT Communicator
Tommy LaFitte   ...   SWAT Shooter
Josh Broder   ...   EMS Attendant
Buzz Kilman   ...   EMS Driver
Harry Northup   ...   Mr. Bimmel
Lauren Roselli   ...   Stacy Hubka
Lamont Arnold   ...   Flower Delivery Man

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