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The Way of War (10-May-2008)

Director: John Carter

Writer: Scott Schafer

Music by: James Melvin

Producers: Dave Pomier; John Carter; Richard Salvatore

Keywords: Action/Adventure

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Cuba Gooding, Jr.
Actor
2-Jan-1968   Show him the money already
Bobby Lashley
Wrestling
16-Jul-1976   WWE wrestler
Lance Reddick
Actor
31-Dec-1969   Desmond Mobay on Oz
J. K. Simmons
Actor
9-Jan-1955   J. Jonah Jameson in Spider-Man
John Terry
Actor
5-May-1944   Dr. Christian Shephard on Lost
Clarence Williams III
Actor
21-Aug-1939   Linc in The Mod Squad

CAST

Cuba Gooding, Jr.   ...   Wolf
John Terry   ...   Secretary of Defense
Lance Reddick   ...   The Black Man
Jaclyn DeSantis   ...   Sophia
with
J. K. Simmons   ...   Mitchell
Clarence Williams III   ...   Mac
Bill "Howl-N-Madd" Perry   ...   Bluesman
Jayson Warner Smith   ...   Seven
Sarah Schultz   ...   Eleven
J. Omar Castro   ...   Sanchez
Vernel Bagneris   ...   Samir
Edrick Browne   ...   Snow
Nick Lopez   ...   Lollipop
Rob Bartenstein   ...   Man on the Left
Brad C. Carter   ...   Man on the Right
David Jensen   ...   The Hat Man
Vince Canlas   ...   The Asian Man
Patrick Michael Carney   ...   Driver
Mark Joy   ...   The President
Vernel Bagneris   ...   Ace of Spades
Jack Radosta   ...   Homeless Man
Marc Gill   ...   Meat Truck
Bobby Lashley   ...   Tattooed Hispanic Man
Mandy Locke   ...   Press Secretary
Robbie "Boss" Carter   ...   Voice for Young Wolf

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