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Jennifer Eight (6-Nov-1992)

Director: Bruce Robinson

Writer: Bruce Robinson

Music by: Christopher Young

Producers: Gary Lucchesi; David Wimbury

Keywords: Crime, Serial Killer, Blindness

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Kathy Baker
8-Jun-1950   Picket Fences
Graham Beckel
22-Dec-1949   Steve Sullivan on Cafe Americain
Andy Garcia
12-Apr-1956   Ocean's 11, The Godfather: Part III
Bob Gunton
15-Nov-1945   The Shawshank Redemption
Lance Henriksen
5-May-1940   Aliens, Dead Man
John Malkovich
9-Dec-1953   Subject of Being John Malkovich
Uma Thurman
29-Apr-1970   Kill Bill: Vol. 1


Andy Garcia   ...   John Berlin
Uma Thurman   ...   Helena
Lance Henriksen   ...   Freddy Ross
Kathy Baker   ...   Margie Ross
Kevin Conway   ...   Citrine
Graham Beckel   ...   John Taylor
Lenny von Dohlen   ...   Blattis
Bob Gunton   ...   Goodridge
Paul Bates   ...   Venables
Perry Lang   ...   Travis
Bryan Larkin   ...   Bobby Rose
Nicholas Love   ...   Bisley
Michael O'Neill   ...   Serato
John Malkovich   ...   St. Anne
Debbon Ayer   ...   Amanda
Eddie Korbich   ...   Myopic Janitor
Stephen Piemonte II   ...   Trimble
Ken Camroux   ...   Pathologist
Carol Jeanne Schneider   ...   Ann
Deborah Spector   ...   Emerson
Frank Birney   ...   Expert
Mike Winlaw   ...   Male Reporter
Jeffrey Josephson   ...   Popeye
T. J. Hageboeck   ...   Max
Jaylene Hamilton-LaRose   ...   Woman Reporter
Joe Drago   ...   St. Anne's Assistant
Jonas Quastel   ...   Lab Technician
Charles "Mark" Eaton   ...   Airplane Pilot


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