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Fire with Fire (31-Aug-2012)

Director: David Barrett

Writer: Tom O'Connor

Keywords: Crime

A firefighter forced to testify against a crime lord following a grisly ordeal must resort to unexpected measures when his Witness Protection Program-granted identity is exposed.

ABSTRACT
Firefighter Jeremy Coleman is forced into hiding after witnessing the murders of a convenience store owner and son when he is compelled to testify against the man responsible for the killings, mob boss David Hagan, and granted an assumed identity. When Hagan compromises his identity and threatens Jeremy's life, however, he must take matters into his own hands in a big way to protect himself and the lives of those close to him.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
50 Cent
Rapper
6-Jul-1975   Wanksta, P.I.M.P.
Rosario Dawson
Actor
9-May-1979   Josie and the Pussycats
Vincent D'Onofrio
Actor
30-Jun-1959   Star of Law & Order: Criminal Intent
Josh Duhamel
Actor
14-Nov-1972   All My Children
Kevin Dunn
Actor
26-Feb-1956   American character actor
Vinnie Jones
Soccer
5-Jan-1965   Footballer turned actor
James Lesure
Actor
21-Sep-1970   Mike Cannon on Las Vegas
Julian McMahon
Actor
27-Jul-1968   Dr. Christian Troy on Nip/Tuck
Richard Schiff
Actor
27-May-1955   The West Wing
Bonnie Somerville
Actor
24-Feb-1974   Laura Murphy on NYPD Blue
Bruce Willis
Actor
19-Mar-1955   Die Hard
Eric Winter
Actor
17-Jul-1976   Days of Our Lives

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