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Critical Mass (2000)

Director: Fred Olen Ray (as "Ed Raymond")

Writer: Sean McGinly

Music Composed by: Neal Acree

Producers: Alison Semenza; Noble Henry

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Terrorism

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Blake Clark
Comic
2-Feb-1946   Harry on Home Improvement
Charles Cyphers
Actor
28-Jul-1939   Halloween
Udo Kier
Actor
14-Oct-1944   Hans in My Own Private Idaho
Lori Loughlin
Actor
28-Jul-1964   Rebecca Katsopolis on Full House
Doug McKeon
Actor
10-Jun-1966   Mischief
Shanna Moakler
Actor
28-Mar-1975   Pacific Blue
Andrew Prine
Actor
14-Feb-1936   Gettysburg
T. J. Thyne
Actor
7-Mar-1975   Dr. Jack Hodgins on Bones
Treat Williams
Actor
1-Dec-1951   Prince of the City

CAST

Treat Williams   ...   Mike Jeffers
Udo Kier   ...   Sampson
Blake Clark   ...   Sheriff Borden
Doug McKeon   ...   Breem
Andrew Prine   ...   Sen. Cook
Richard McGonagle   ...   Alan Gould
Shanna Moakler   ...   Alexandra
T. J. Thyne   ...   Karl Wendt
Charles Cyphers   ...   Henderson
Jack Betts   ...   Attorney General Ames
and
Lori Loughlin   ...   Janine
Eric James   ...   Steele
David "Shark" Fralick   ...   Rand
Neil Delama   ...   Peterson
Richard Anthony Crenna   ...   Tannen
Justin Lord   ...   Geller
Nathan LeGrand   ...   Jack Thomas
Marc Vahanian   ...   Grace
Randy Mulkey   ...   Deputy Reed
Charles Emmett   ...   Steve Johnson
Richard Gabai   ...   Policeman #2
Jim Jenkins   ...   Secretary of State Mitchell
Alexandra Raines   ...   Susan Shaw
Pat Statham   ...   Policeman

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