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House of the Rising Sun (19-Jul-2011)

Director: Brian A Miller

Writers: Chuck Hustmyre; Brian A Miller

From novel by: Chuck Hustmyre

Composer: Norman Orenstein

Producers: Jude S. Walko; Kelly Slattery; John G. Carbone; Mark Sanders

Keywords: Crime

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Dave Batista
18-Jan-1969   Deacon Batista, WWE star
Dominic Purcell
17-Feb-1970   Prison Break
Amy Smart
26-Mar-1976   Outside Providence
Danny Trejo
16-May-1944   Ex-con turned character actor


Dave Batista   ...   Ray Shane
Amy Smart   ...   Jenny Porter
Dominic Purcell   ...   Tony Zello
Craig Fairbrass   ...   Charlie Blackstone
Danny Trejo   ...   Carlos
Brian Vander Ark   ...   Jimmy LaGrange
Tim Fields   ...   Det. Carl Landry
Franz Klainsek   ...   Joey
John G. Carbone   ...   Peter
Debra Harrison Lowe   ...   Priscilla Zello
Roy Oraschin   ...   Skull Mask / Sylvester
Will Stiles   ...   Nylon Robber
Imani Lee   ...   Cleo Harris
Lyle Kanouse   ...   Vinnie Marcella
Tony Goh   ...   Landy's Partner
Jesse Pruett   ...   Det. Slattery
Ambyr Childers   ...   Cage Girl
Joe Ochman   ...   Clerk
Jude S. Walko   ...   Drug Addict
Kelly Slattery   ...   Carlos' Girl
Nicole Michelle Johnson   ...   Girl
Dustin "Dusty" Vandermeer   ...   "House" Security
Mark Sanders   ...   Wayne
Mary McGuire-Howing   ...   Hotel Maid
Brian A. Miller   ...   Mack
Natalie Light   ...   Dallas
Don Abbatiello   ...   Bar Patron
Benjamin Michael Marsh   ...   Roulette Dealer
Rolin Stone   ...   Casino Patron


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