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Exorcist: The Beginning (18-Aug-2004)

Director: Renny Harlin

Writers: Caleb Carr; Alexi Hawley; William Wisher

Music by: Trevor Rabin

Producer: James G. Robinson

Keywords: Horror, Archaeology, Nazis, Possession, Exorcism

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
David Bradley
Actor
17-Apr-1942   Argus Filch in Harry Potter films
Ben Cross
Actor
16-Dec-1947   Chariots of Fire
James D'Arcy
Actor
24-Aug-1975   Revelation
Izabella Scorupco
Actor
4-Jun-1970   GoldenEye
Stellan Skarsgård
Actor
13-Jun-1951   Breaking the Waves

CAST

Stellan Skarsgård   ...   Fr. Merrin
Izabella Scorupco   ...   Sarah
James D'Arcy   ...   Fr. Francis
Alan Ford   ...   Jeffries
Remy Sweeney   ...   Joseph
Julian Wadham   ...   Maj. Granville
David Bradley   ...   Fr. Gionetti
Ben Cross   ...   Semelier
Andrew French   ...   Chuma
Israel Aduramo   ...   Jomo
Antonie Kamerling   ...   Lt. Kessel
Ralph Brown   ...   Sergeant Major
Eddie Osei   ...   Emekwi
Patrick O'Kane   ...   Bession
James Bellamy   ...   James
Cecilia Amati   ...   Little Dutch Girl
Matti Ristinen   ...   Medieval Priest
Lidia Darly   ...   Sebutuana's Wife
James Paparella   ...   Boy in Market
Silvio Jimenez Hernandez   ...   Stricken Turkana Worker
Yemi Goodman Ajibade   ...   Turkana Shaman
Michel Leroy   ...   Tribesman in Hospital
John Sesay   ...   Turkana Warrior #1
Sayoh Lahai   ...   Turkana Warrior #2
Alessandro Casula   ...   Preacher with Pazuzu
Roberto Purvis   ...   Cpl. Finn

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