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Mission: Impossible III (3-May-2006)

Director: J. J. Abrams

Writers: Alex Kurtzman; Roberto Orci; J. J. Abrams

Music by: Michael Giacchino

Producers: Tom Cruise; Paula Wagner

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Espionage, Explosions, Mystery Package

Third entry in the Mission: Impossible franchise follows a time-worn Ethan Hunt as he attempts to protect his girlfriend in the course of his most dangerous mission yet.

ABSTRACT
Second sequel to Mission Impossible (1996). Veteran International Monetary Fund special agent Ethan Hunt decides to retire from field work, eschewing the high-stakes thrills of days gone by in favor of a job training new agents and relatively normal existence with girlfriend Julia. Ethan's past refuses to go lightly, however, as the kidnapping of an agent by a feared arms dealer brings him face to face with his toughest challenge to date.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Sasha Alexander
Actor
17-May-1975   Caitlin Todd on Navy NCIS
Billy Crudup
Actor
8-Jul-1968   Almost Famous and Stage Beauty
Tom Cruise
Actor
3-Jul-1962   Flamboyant Scientologist
Laurence Fishburne
Actor
30-Jul-1961   The Matrix
Greg Grunberg
Actor
11-Jul-1966   Matt Parkman on Heroes
Philip Seymour Hoffman
Actor
23-Jul-1967 2-Feb-2014 Capote
Eddie Marsan
Actor
23-Jun-1968   Lestrade in the 2009 Sherlock Holmes
Michelle Monaghan
Actor
23-Mar-1976   Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
Timothy Omundson
Actor
29-Jul-1969   Carlton Lassiter on Psych
Aaron Paul
Actor
27-Aug-1979   Jesse Pinkman on Breaking Bad
Simon Pegg
Actor
14-Feb-1970   Shaun of the Dead
Maggie Q
Actor
22-May-1979   Mission: Impossible III
Ving Rhames
Actor
12-May-1959   Marsellus Wallace in Pulp Fiction
Jonathan Rhys-Meyers
Actor
27-Jul-1977   Velvet Goldmine
Rose Rollins
Actor
30-Apr-1978   Tasha Williams on The L Word
Keri Russell
Actor
23-Mar-1976   Felicity

CAST

Tom Cruise   ...   Ethan Hunt
Philip Seymour Hoffman   ...   Owen Davian
Ving Rhames   ...   Luther
Billy Crudup   ...   Musgrave
Michelle Monaghan   ...   Julia
Jonathan Rhys-Meyers   ...   Declan
Keri Russell   ...   Lindsey Farris
Maggie Q   ...   Zhen
Simon Pegg   ...   Benji
Eddie Marsan   ...   Brownway
and
Laurence Fishburne   ...   Theodore Brassel
With
Bahar Soomekh   ...   Davian's Translator
Jeff Chase   ...   Davian's Bodyguard
Michael Berry, Jr.   ...   Julia's Kidnapper
And in order of Appearance
Carla Gallo   ...   Beth
Bellamy Young   ...   Rachael
Paul Keeley   ...   Ken
Jane Daly   ...   Julia's Mother
Greg Grunberg   ...   Kevin
Sabra Williams   ...   Annie
Rose Rollins   ...   Ellie
Sasha Alexander   ...   Melissa
Tracy Middendorf   ...   Ashley
Aaron Paul   ...   Rick
Kathryn Fiore   ...   Party Goer
Colleen Crozier   ...   Party Goer
Sean O'Bryan   ...   Party Goer
Bruce French   ...   Minister
Ellen Bry   ...   Lindsey's Mother
Patrick Pankhurst   ...   Lindsey's Father
Tony Guma   ...   Jim
James Shanklin   ...   Hospital Chaplain
Anne Betancourt   ...   Nurse Sally
Antonietta De Lorenzo   ...   Roadblock Driver
Andrea Sartoretti   ...   Roadblock Driver
Antonio Del Prete   ...   Vatican Video Room Guard
Francesco De Vito   ...   Greeting Priest
Giorgio Marchesi   ...   Vatican Gate Guard
Niccolò Senni   ...   Vatican Gate Guard
Paolo Bonacelli   ...   Monsignore
David Waters   ...   IMF Officer
Michael Kehoe   ...   Hospital Employee
Timothy Omundson   ...   IMF Agent
Jose Zuniga   ...   IMF Agent Pete
William Francis McGuire   ...   IMF Head of Security
Michelle Arthur   ...   Airline Worker
Barney Cheng   ...   Janitor

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