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The Forger (3-Jul-2012)

Director: Lawrence Roeck

Writers: Carlos De Los Rios; Lawrence Roeck

Music by: James Dooley

Producers: Michael-Ryan Fletchall; Craig Comstock

Keywords: Drama

An abandoned and homeless teenager with enormous artistic talent randomly breaks into a house in seaside Carmel, California which happens to be owned by art dealer and art forger Everly Campbell; the police allow Joshua to apprentice with Campbell, unaware of his true vocation. Another local artist, Anne-Marie, takes an interest in the young lad's welfare.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lauren Bacall
16-Sep-1924   Key Largo
Billy Boyd
28-Aug-1968   Pippin in The Lord of the Rings
Tricia Helfer
11-Apr-1974   Number Six on Battlestar Galactica
Josh Hutcherson
12-Oct-1992   Bridge to Terabithia
Alfred Molina
24-May-1953   Doctor Octopus in Spider-Man 2
Hayden Panettiere
21-Aug-1989   Indestructible cheerleader on Heroes


Lauren Bacall   ...   Anne-Marie
Josh Hutcherson   ...   Joshua
Alfred Molina   ...   Everly Campbell
Billy Boyd   ...   Bernie
Dina Eastwood   ...   Vanessa Reese
Adam Godley   ...   Pinkus
Scott Eastwood   ...   Ryan Felter
Alexandra Carl   ...   Rachel
Hayden Panettiere   ...   Amber Felter
Tricia Helfer   ...   Sasha
Kim Myers   ...   Brynn Mason
Jansen Panettiere   ...   Aram
JosÚ Z˙˝iga   ...   Weathers
Zuhair Haddad   ...   Amir
Robert Harvey   ...   Painter
Ralph Peduto   ...   Churchgoer
Kean Matthams   ...   Kean
Alexander Poletti   ...   Young Boy
Alexandra Malek   ...   Ryan's friend
Myles Williams   ...   Motel Manager
Wolfgang Roeck   ...   Officer
Stephen Rana   ...   Officer


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