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The Contractor (10-Jul-2007)

Director: Josef Rusnak

Writers: André Farwagi; Robert Foster; Robert Katz; Joshua Michael Stern

Music: Nicholas Pike

Producer: Rudy Cohen

Keywords: Action/Adventure

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Charles Dance
Actor
10-Oct-1946   Good Morning, Babylon
Lena Headey
Actor
3-Oct-1973   The Remains of the Day
Gemma Jones
Actor
4-Dec-1942   The Duchess of Duke Street
Wesley Snipes
Actor
31-Jul-1962   New Jack City
John Standing
Actor
16-Aug-1934   British stage and film actor

CAST

Wesley Snipes   ...   Dial
Lena Headey   ...   Ballard
Ralph Brown   ...   Collins
Charles Dance   ...   Windsor
John Standing   ...   Sir Anthony
Gemma Jones   ...   Mrs. Day
Richard Harrington   ...   Terry
Iain Robertson   ...   Cramston
Ryan McCluskey   ...   Purcell
and with
Eliza Bennett   ...   Emily
Stanimir Stamatov   ...   King
Miroslav Emilov   ...   Harris
Velizar Binev   ...   Beloit
Nikolay Sotirov   ...   Jahar
Peter Kerry Morgan   ...   Newscaster
Vladimir Kolev   ...   SWAT team leader
Richard Tunley   ...   Technician
Plamen Manasiev   ...   Airport Security
Morgan Hopkins   ...   Detective
Kiril Efremov   ...   Security Guard
Mariana Stanisheva   ...   Security Guard #2
Hristo Mitskov   ...   Policeman #1
Anelia Nikolova   ...   Woman
Lucy Cooper   ...   Ticket Woman
Ceri Mears   ...   Immigration Officer
Svejen Mladenov   ...   Cop on Walkie-Talkie

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