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Peacock (20-Apr-2010)

Director: Michael Lander

Writers: Michael Lander; Ryan Roy

Music by: Brian Reitzell

Producer: Barry Mendel

Keywords: Thriller

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Graham Beckel
Actor
22-Dec-1949   Steve Sullivan on Cafe Americain
Keith Carradine
Actor
8-Aug-1949   Thieves Like Us
Josh Lucas
Actor
20-Jun-1971   Wonderland
Cillian Murphy
Actor
25-May-1976   Disco Pigs
Ellen Page
Actor
21-Feb-1987   Juno
Bill Pullman
Actor
17-Dec-1953   Independence Day
Susan Sarandon
Actor
4-Oct-1946   Louise in Thelma and Louise

CAST

Cillian Murphy   ...   John / Emma Skillpa
Ellen Page   ...   Maggie
Susan Sarandon   ...   Fanny Crill
Keith Carradine   ...   Ray Crill
Josh Lucas   ...   Officer Tom McGonigle
Bill Pullman   ...   Edmund French
Graham Beckel   ...   Connor Black
Eden Bodnar   ...   Louise Sternberg
Chris Carlson   ...   Neil
Flynn Milligan   ...   Jake
Virginia Newcomb   ...   Doris
Jaimi Paige   ...   Wanda
Nathan Christopher   ...   Cal
Richard Latch   ...   Mack
Tate Hustedt   ...   Brian Sternberg
Tory Schaefer   ...   Will
Craig Michael   ...   Ron Sternberg
Scott Schulte   ...   Priest
Peter Gregory Thomson   ...   Sen. Wyatt
Michael Rosner   ...   Motel Manager
Paul Cram   ...   Kenny
Erin Stover   ...   Mother at Shelter
Bethany Larson   ...   Driver
Emily Dooley   ...   Glenda
John Paul Gamoke   ...   Mr. Clapp
Bridget de vos Vaudt   ...   Mother #1
Mark Burk   ...   Foreman
Harrison Pike   ...   Boy
Brian Foyster   ...   Guy in Bar

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