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Species III (27-Nov-2004)

Director: Brad Turner

Writer: Ben Ripley

Music by: Elia Cmiral

Producer: David Dwiggins

Keywords: Sci-Fi/Horror, Alien Invasion

Second sequel to Species (1995).

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Robin Dunne
Actor
19-Nov-1976   Borderline Normal
Natasha Henstridge
Actor
15-Aug-1974   Species
Robert Knepper
Actor
8-Jul-1959   T-Bag on Prison Break
Michael Warren
Actor
5-Mar-1946   Bobby Hill on Hill Street Blues

CAST

Robin Dunne   ...   Dean
Robert Knepper   ...   Dr. Abbot
Amelia Cooke   ...   Amelia
J. P. Pitoc   ...   Hastings
Michael Warren   ...   Agent Wasach
Christopher Neame   ...   Dr. Turner
Patricia Bethune   ...   Colleen
Joel Stoffer   ...   Portus
James Leo Ryan   ...   Yosef
Savanna Fields   ...   Young Sara
Special Appearance by
Natasha Henstridge   ...   Eve
and introducing
Sunny Mabrey   ...   Sara
Reed Frerichs   ...   ISD Staffer
Marc D. Wilson   ...   Crew Chief
Matthew Yang King   ...   Specialist Robert Kelley
Christopher R. Gillum   ...   Young Portus
Billy Bacon   ...   Commander
Jim Cody Williams   ...   Farmer
Mark Zecca   ...   Tour Guest
Sean C. Ching   ...   Grad Student
Dan Wells   ...   Jake
Frank Crim   ...   Communications Officer
Rick Dean   ...   Cobb
Boni Yanagisawa   ...   Female Student
Rob Hinderstein   ...   Security Guard
Carl Ciarfalio   ...   Security Guard
Troy Blendell   ...   Autopsy Tech

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