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Deceiver (31-Aug-1997)

Directors: Josh Pate; Jonas Pate

Writers: Josh Pate; Jonas Pate

Music by: Harry Gregson-Williams

Producer: Peter Glatzer

Keywords: Crime

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Rosanna Arquette
10-Aug-1959   Desperately Seeking Susan
Ellen Burstyn
7-Dec-1932   Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore
Michael Parks
24-Apr-1940   Then Came Bronson
Chris Penn
10-Oct-1965 24-Jan-2006 Nice Guy Eddie in Reservoir Dogs
J. C. Quinn
30-Nov-1940 10-Feb-2004 The Abyss
Michael Rooker
6-Apr-1955   Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer
Tim Roth
14-May-1961   Pulp Fiction
Renée Zellweger
25-Apr-1969   Bridget Jones' Diary


Tim Roth   ...   Wayland
Chris Penn   ...   Braxton
Michael Rooker   ...   Kennesaw
Renée Zellweger   ...   Elizabeth
Ellen Burstyn   ...   Mook
Rosanna Arquette   ...   Mrs. Kennesaw
Don Winston   ...   Warren
Michael Parks   ...   Dr. Banyard
Mark Damon   ...   Wayland's Father
J. C. Quinn   ...   Priest
Jody Wilhelm   ...   Mrs. Wayland
Ocie Pouncie   ...   Boogie
Bob Hungerford   ...   Jebby
Genevieve Butler   ...   Mary Kennesaw
Chelsea Butler   ...   Chelsea Kennesaw
David Alan Pickelsimer II   ...   Billy Kennesaw
Paul Smith   ...   Wayland's Girlfriend's Father
George Nannerello   ...   Laughing Officer
Michael Flippo   ...   Police Officer
James Middleton   ...   Police Officer #2
Karina Logue   ...   Sorority Girl
Ashley Rogers   ...   Woman in Park


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