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Green Street Hooligans 2 (2009)

Director: Jesse Johnson

Writer: T. Jay O'Brien

Music by: Terence Jay

Producers: Deborah Del Prete; Gigi Pritzker; Linda McDonough

Keywords: Crime, Prison, Soccer

Sequel to Green Street Hooligans (2005).

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Marina Sirtis
Actor
29-Mar-1955   Half-Betazoid Deana Troi on ST:TNG
Vernon Wells
Actor
31-Dec-1945   Capt. Bennett in Commando

CAST

Ross McCall   ...   Dave Miller
Graham McTavish   ...   Big Marc Turner
Treva Etienne   ...   Arthur Mason
Luke Massy   ...   Keith Morrison
Nick Holender   ...   Ned Hastings
Terence Jay   ...   Joss Abbot
Deobia Oparei   ...   Derrick Jackson
Timothy Murphy   ...   Max
Vernon Wells   ...   Tankersley Governor
Suzanne May   ...   Michelle "Red" Miller
Peter O'Meara   ...   Terry
and
Marina Sirtis   ...   Veronica Mavis
John Bariamis   ...   The Chaplain
Nicola Bertram   ...   Fosterville Guard
Matt Candito   ...   Akbar
Lonnie Cayetano   ...   Fellow
Paul Cullen   ...   Mickey
Hugh Daley   ...   Prisoner #1
Michael Enright   ...   Daniel
Steve Hart   ...   Paul
T. Jay O'Brien   ...   Fosterville Governor
Dominiquie Vandenberg   ...   Gonzo
Anthony Vitale   ...   Prisoner #2
Garrett Warren   ...   Hegyes
Howard Antony   ...   Guard #1
Brandon Dyson   ...   Guard #4
Ari McIntyre   ...   Guard #6
Anastacia McPherson   ...   Guard #2
Stephan Raulston   ...   Guard #3
Margarita Reyes   ...   Guard #5

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