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The Job (16-May-2003)

Director: Kenny Golde

Writer: Kenny Golde

Music Composed by: Benjamin Newhouse

Producers: Daniel Levin; Marc Levin

Keywords: Crime, Hitman

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Daryl Hannah
Actor
3-Dec-1960   Splash
Eric Mabius
Actor
22-Apr-1971   Tim Haspell on The L Word
Brad Renfro
Actor
25-Jul-1982 15-Jan-2008 The Client
Alex Rocco
Actor
29-Feb-1936   Moe Greene in The Godfather
Dominique Swain
Actor
12-Aug-1980   Nymphet in Lolita redux

CAST

Daryl Hannah   ...   CJ March
Brad Renfro   ...   Troy Riverside
Dominique Swain   ...   Emily Robin
Eric Mabius   ...   Rick
Alex Rocco   ...   Vernon
Shawn Woods   ...   Roger
Michelangelo Kowalski   ...   Parker
Bruce Nozick   ...   Hal
Alanna Hanly   ...   Young CJ
Kiva Dawson   ...   CJ's Mother
Joseph Whipp   ...   The Man
Kira Tirimacco   ...   Nurse Shispinski
Anne Betancourt   ...   Dr. Martinez
Sandra Purpuro   ...   Rosie
Robert Blanche   ...   Nightclub Guy
Bill Kelly   ...   Balding Man
Terri Youngblood   ...   Reception Nurse
Mike Rademaekers   ...   Trucker
Connor Kelly   ...   Joe the Bartender
Darrin Reed   ...   Guard
Karl T. Wright   ...   Guard
Suzanna Urszuly   ...   Maid
Michael McGarrin   ...   Bartender
Nikki Braendlin   ...   Diner Waitress
Louisa Abernathy   ...   Coffee Shop Waitress
Jeris Lee Poindexter   ...   Walt
Nikki Hersh   ...   Hostess
Stacy Reed   ...   Hostess
Paco Vela   ...   Man at Accident
Joseph Reckley   ...   Man at Accident

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