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The Thing Below (7-Jan-2004)

Director: Jim Wynorski (as "Jay Andrews")

Writers: Raul Sanchez Inglis; Keith Shaw (as "Lindsay James")

Producers: James Shavick; Kirk Shaw

Keywords: Horror

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Warren Christie
Actor
4-Nov-1975   Cameron Hicks on Alphas
Billy Warlock
Actor
26-Mar-1961   General Hospital

CAST

Billy Warlock   ...   Capt. Jack Griffin
Catherine Lough Haggquist   ...   Anna Davis
Kurt Max Runte   ...   Crank Wowchowski
Kiara Hunter   ...   Mel Rodgers
Peter Graham Gaudreau   ...   Dean Rieser
Warren Christie   ...   Cassidy
Colin Lawrence   ...   Dixon
Jim Thorburn   ...   Cole Griffin
Peter LaCroix   ...   Gen. Bulworth
Tom Scholte   ...   Edward Lynch
David Richmond-Peck   ...   Bobby Gibbons
Jano Frandsen   ...   Cmdr. Korda
Eric Breker   ...   Bob Davis
Michael Rogers   ...   Mr. Paul
Glori-Anne Gilbert   ...   Cindy Mayberry
Ken Kramer   ...   Dr. Edgar Pretorious
John Reardon   ...   Lance Taylor
Craig Brunanski   ...   Capt. Mark Stewart
Julie Hill   ...   Prof. Glenda Marshall
Jason Low   ...   Michael Roger
Darryl Scheelar   ...   Peters
Ari Solomon   ...   Prouty
Jake Smith   ...   Taylor
Gianna Patton   ...   Maggie
J. Paul MacKenzie   ...   Poncho Man
Terry Lawrence   ...   Captain Jack's Father
Myles Linder   ...   Young Jack Griffin
Spencer Achtymichuk   ...   Young Cole Griffin

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