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After Alice (1999)

Director: Paul Marcus

Writer: Jeff Miller

Music Composed by: Michael Hoenig

Producers: Tina Stern; André Paquette; Tom Kinninmont

Keywords: Crime

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Henry Czerny
Actor
8-Feb-1959   The Tudors
Jason Jones
Comic
3-Jun-1967   The Daily Show
Kiefer Sutherland
Actor
21-Dec-1966   24
Polly Walker
Actor
19-May-1966   Atia of the Julii on Rome

CAST

Kiefer Sutherland   ...   Mickey Hayden
Henry Czerny   ...   Harvey
Polly Walker   ...   Dr. Vera Swann
Stephen Ouimette   ...   Gideon Wood
Ronn Sarosiak   ...   Ray Coombs
Eve Crawford   ...   Margaret Ellison
Denis Akiyama   ...   Owen Gackstetter
Ardon Bess   ...   Lenny
and
Gary Hudson   ...   John Hatter
A. Frank Ruffo   ...   Alvin
Lorén Petersen   ...   Alice
Alexander Chapman   ...   Claudette
Martha Gibson   ...   Mrs. Lurie
Colin Glazer   ...   Tom Ellison
Susan Kottmann   ...   Mrs. Ramsey
Keith White   ...   Hal
Stephanie Belding   ...   Talbot
Finn White   ...   Kid
Rick Bennett   ...   Bartender
Brian Smegal   ...   Det. Lewis
Jim Aldridge   ...   Transit Cop
Tanya Doyle   ...   Immigrant Wife
Jasmin Geljo   ...   Immigrant Husband
Lily Eng   ...   Secretary
Samantha Espie   ...   Girl
Jason Jones   ...   Rookie Cop
Tony Meyler   ...   Patrolman
Greg Morris   ...   Reporter
Andy Pandoff   ...   Leasing Agent
Harry Spiegel   ...   Cab Driver

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