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Universal Soldier: The Return (4-Jul-1999)

Director: Mic Rodgers

Writers: William Malone; John Fasano

Music by: Don Davis

Producers: Craig Baumgarten; Allen Shapiro; Jean-Claude Van Damme

Keywords: Action/Adventure

Third sequel to Universal Soldier (1992).

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Xander Berkeley
Actor
6-Dec-1958   Air Force One
Bill Goldberg
Wrestling
27-Dec-1966   Pro wrestler
Jean-Claude Van Damme
Actor
18-Oct-1960   Timecop
Daniel von Bargen
Actor
5-Jun-1950   Kruger on Seinfeld
Michael Jai White
Actor
10-Nov-1967   Spawn

CAST

Jean-Claude Van Damme   ...   Luc
Michael Jai White   ...   Seth
Heidi Schanz   ...   Erin
Xander Berkeley   ...   Dylan Cotner
Justin Lazard   ...   Capt. Blackburn
Kiana Tom   ...   Maggie
Daniel von Bargen   ...   Gen. Radford
James Black   ...   Sgt. Morrow
Karis Paige Bryant   ...   Hillary
and
Bill Goldberg   ...   Romeo
Brent Anderson   ...   2nd Technician
Brent Hinkley   ...   Squid
Woody Watson   ...   RL Gate Guard
Jacqueline Klein   ...   Betty Wilson
Maria Arita   ...   Kitty Anderson
Sam Williamson   ...   Hillary's Doctor
Dion Culberson   ...   Drag Queen
Pam Dougherty   ...   60 Yr. Old Woman
Heidi Franz   ...   Erin's Stripper
Barbara Petricini Buxton   ...   Female News Anchor
Molly Moroney   ...   Pediatric Nurse
Josh Berry   ...   Radio Man
Mark Dalton   ...   Lead RL Guard
Gino Crognale   ...   Puppeteer
Ted Haines   ...   Puppeteer
Jake McKinnon   ...   Puppeteer

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