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S.W.A.T.: Firefight (1-Mar-2011)

Director: Benny Boom

Writers: Mike Albanese; Ed Arneson; Reed Steiner; Randy Walker

Music by: John Paesano

Producers: Neal H. Moritz; Amanda Lewis

Keywords: Action/Thriller

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Giancarlo Esposito
Actor
26-Apr-1958   Gus Fring on Breaking Bad
Nicholas Gonzalez
Actor
3-Jan-1976   Alex Santiago on Resurrection Blvd.
Kristanna Loken
Actor
8-Oct-1979   Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines
Gabriel Macht
Actor
22-Jan-1972   Behind Enemy Lines
Robert Patrick
Actor
5-Nov-1958   Mimetic polyalloy in Terminator 2
Carly Pope
Actor
28-Aug-1980   Sam McPherson on Popular

CAST

Gabriel Macht   ...   Paul Cutler
Robert Patrick   ...   Walter Hatch
Carly Pope   ...   Kim Byers
Giancarlo Esposito   ...   Insp. Hollander
and
Kristanna Loken   ...   Rose Walker
Matt Bushell   ...   Danny Stockton
Nicholas Gonzalez   ...   Justin Kellogg
Micah Hauptman   ...   Richard Mundy
Shannon Kane   ...   Lori Barton
Gino Anthony Pesi   ...   Wayne Wolport
Kevin Phillips   ...   Kyle Watters
Dennis North   ...   Capt. Simon
Brad Bukauskas   ...   Slater Harrington
Yuri Sardarov   ...   Bulgarian Man -- Mr. Krav
Darcy Leutzinger   ...   Mike -- LA SWAT
Iris Frank   ...   Trish Maywell
Tim Holmes   ...   McKittrick
Tru Hang   ...   Asian Man
Douglas Lee Cook, Jr.   ...   Bomb Squad Leader
Tony Yayo   ...   Carlos
Ricky Wayne   ...   Agent Royce
Ele Bardha   ...   Agent Ellison
Janae Stinson   ...   Watch Commander
Thomas Taylor   ...   Officer Taylor
Darius Franklin   ...   LAPD Officer
Ravyn Lotito   ...   Hostage #1

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