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Sin (3-Dec-2003)

Director: Michael Stevens

Writer: Tim Willocks

Music by: Michael Giacchino

Producers: Dave Leyrer; Michael Stevens; Tim Willocks

Keywords: Thriller

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Brianna Banks
Pornstar
21-May-1978   Little White Chicks Big Black Monster Dicks #6
Alicia Coppola
Actor
12-Apr-1968   Mimi Clark on Jericho
Brian Cox
Actor
1-Jun-1946   The original Hannibal Lecter
Gregg Henry
Actor
6-May-1952   The Big Brass Ring
Daniel Dae Kim
Actor
4-Aug-1968   Jin Kwon on Lost
Gary Oldman
Actor
21-Mar-1958   Sid Vicious in Sid and Nancy
Ving Rhames
Actor
12-May-1959   Marsellus Wallace in Pulp Fiction
Bill Sage
Actor
17-Jul-1962   Simple Men
Kerry Washington
Actor
31-Jan-1977   Scandal

CAST

Gary Oldman   ...   Charlie Strom
Ving Rhames   ...   Eddie Burns
Kerry Washington   ...   Kassie
Alicia Coppola   ...   Bella
Bill Sage   ...   Cal Brody
Chris Spencer   ...   Vincent Peavey
Gregg Henry   ...   Conrad
with
Arie Verveen   ...   Marty
Brian Cox   ...   Capt. Oakes
Daniel Dae Kim   ...   Lakorn
James Lew   ...   Leo Thamaree
Jeremiah Birkett   ...   Wayne
Woon Young Park   ...   Chaviat
Ray Porter   ...   Jeff
Brianna Banks   ...   Blonde Adult Actress
Jessica Drake   ...   Brunette Adult Actress
Johnny Strong   ...   Jerry
Johnny Savas   ...   Hugo
Chris Freeman   ...   Jackson
David Fofi   ...   Nemo
Colin Keogh   ...   Slick
Valerie Red-Horse   ...   Dr. Gregson
Pame Dunlap   ...   ER Nurse
Sonny Surowiec   ...   Grady White
Carol Turner   ...   Motel Clerk

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