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Bravo Two Zero (1999)

Director: Tom Clegg

Writers: Andy McNab; Troy Kennedy-Martin

Based on a book by: Andy McNab

Music Composed by: David Ferguson

Producers: Anant Singh; Ruth Caleb

Keywords: Action/Adventure

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Sean Bean
Actor
17-Apr-1959   Boromir in Lord of the Rings

CAST

Sean Bean   ...   Andy
The Patrol
Jamie Bartlett   ...   Ray
Kevin Collins   ...   Chris
Ian Curtis   ...   Baz
Richard Graham   ...   Mark
Robert Hobbs   ...   Stan
Steve Nicolson   ...   Dinger
Rick Warden   ...   Tony
Julia Booth   ...   Sally
Anna Meininger   ...   Melissa
Alison Coles   ...   Jilly
Yvonne Van Den Berg   ...   Woman in Bar
Graham Hopkins   ...   Graham
Barry Berk   ...   Cyril
Ron Senior, Jr.   ...   Pete
Alistair Prodgers   ...   Bert
Tim Mahoney   ...   Harry
Thomas Hall   ...   Gordon
Dehan Liebenberg   ...   Loadie #1
Brent King   ...   Shepherd Boy
Dimitri Cassar   ...   Iraqi Officer #1
Abdallah Sardi   ...   S60 Commander
Robert Whitehead   ...   Iraqi Colonel
Arishaad Erreeff   ...   Shepherd
George Coutsoudis   ...   Son in Taxi
Maki Kossioris   ...   Father in Taxi
Nissam Moalem   ...   Taxi Driver
Russel Savaier   ...   Iraqi Captain
Ernst Eloff   ...   Iraqi Farmer
Caz Abrahams   ...   White Socks
Nicky Rebelo   ...   Interrogator
Anthony Fridjhon   ...   Dentist
Nick Ashby   ...   Jeral
Akram Ibrahim   ...   Prison Governor
Louise Saint-Claire   ...   Red Cross Worker
Melissa Carter   ...   Katie

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