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Peaceful Warrior (2-Jun-2006)

Director: Victor Salva

Writer: Kevin Bernhardt

From novel: Way of the Peaceful Warrior by Dan Millman

Music Composed by: Bennett Salvay

Producers: Mark Amin; Cami Winikoff; Robin Schorr; David Welch

Keywords: Drama, Gymnastics

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Agnes Bruckner
16-Aug-1985   Soap star, movie star
Bart Conner
28-Mar-1958   Olympic gymnast
Tim DeKay
12-Jun-1963   Carnivāle
Ashton Holmes
17-Feb-1978   Tyler Barrol on Revenge
Scott Mechlowicz
17-Jan-1981   EuroTrip
Nick Nolte
8-Feb-1941   48 Hours
Amy Smart
26-Mar-1976   Outside Providence
Paul Wesley
23-Jul-1982   Tommy Callahan on Everwood
Ray Wise
29-Aug-1947   Leland Palmer from Twin Peaks


Nick Nolte   ...   Socrates
Scott Mechlowicz   ...   Dan Millman
Amy Smart   ...   Joy
Tim DeKay   ...   Coach Garrick
Paul Wesley   ...   Trevor
Ashton Holmes   ...   Tommy
Agnes Bruckner   ...   Susie
B. J. Britt   ...   Kyle
Ray Wise   ...   Dr. Hayden
Bart Conner   ...   Himself
Tom Tarantini   ...   Thug with Gun
Beatrice Rosen   ...   Dory
Scott "Jesic" Caudill   ...   Thug One
Matthew John Prater   ...   Thug Two
Jimmy Bradley   ...   Commentator One
Dan Millman   ...   Man in Car
Steve Talley   ...   Young Garage Man
Tom Costello   ...   Dan's Neighbor
Karen Landry   ...   Patricia Millman
Rob Moran   ...   Dan Millman, Sr.
Chad Nadolski   ...   Medic
Neil Furuno   ...   Gymnast One
Charlie Grisham   ...   Bar Patron #1
Tyler Vogt   ...   Bar Patron #2


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