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Office Killer (12-Aug-1997)

Director: Cindy Sherman

Writers: Elise MacAdam; Tom Kalin

Music by: Evan Lurie

Producers: Christine Vachon; Pamela Koffler

Keywords: Horror

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Michael Imperioli
Actor
26-Mar-1966   Christopher on The Sopranos
Carol Kane
Actor
18-Jun-1952   Simka on Taxi
Molly Ringwald
Actor
18-Feb-1968   The Breakfast Club
David Thornton
Actor
12-Jun-1953   The Last Days of Disco
Jeanne Tripplehorn
Actor
10-Jun-1963   Office Killer

CAST

Carol Kane   ...   Dorine Douglas
Molly Ringwald   ...   Kim Poole
and
Jeanne Tripplehorn   ...   Norah Reed
Barbara Sukowa   ...   Virginia Wingate
Michael Imperioli   ...   Daniel Birch
David Thornton   ...   Gary Michaels
Mike Hodge   ...   Mr. Landau
Alice Drummond   ...   Carlotta Douglas
Florina Rodov   ...   Receptionist
Jason Brill   ...   Delivery Man
Eddie Malavarca   ...   Brian the Mailboy
Doug Barron   ...   Ted
Linda Powell   ...   Naomi
Albert Macklin   ...   Brad
Michelle Hurst   ...   Kate
Paula Cale   ...   Paula
Harley Kaplan   ...   Steve
Marla Sucharetza   ...   Mrs. Gary Michaels
Rachel Aviva   ...   Young Dorine
Marceline Hugot   ...   Young Carlotta
Wayne Maxwell   ...   Jimmy the Homeless Man
Julia McIlvaine   ...   Linda the Girl Scout
Cleopatra St. John   ...   Girl Scout No. 2
Danny Morgenstern   ...   Ted's Secretary
Timothy D. Stickney   ...   Paramedic No. 1
Christopher Tracy   ...   Paramedic No. 2

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