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Silent Partner (26-May-2005)

Director: James D. Deck

Writers: James D. Deck; Chris Laresen

Music by: Lawrence H. Brown

Producers: Andrew Stevens; Sergei Konov; Leonid Minkovski

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Espionage

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Gregg Henry
Actor
6-May-1952   The Big Brass Ring
Nick Moran
Actor
23-Dec-1969   Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels
Tara Reid
Actor
8-Nov-1975   Bunny in The Big Lebowski

CAST

Tara Reid   ...   Dina Nevskaya
Nick Moran   ...   Gordon Patrick
Gregg Henry   ...   Amb. Lafontaine
Patrick Gallagher   ...   Carl
James Deck   ...   Frank
Oleg Stefan   ...   The Client
Igor Staroseltsev   ...   Dronov
Georgy Martirosian   ...   Mikhail Garin
Irina Grigorieva   ...   Katya
Aleksandr Fastovsky   ...   Maxim Kuskov
Robert Lyons   ...   U.S. Vice President
James Keane   ...   Sen. Banner
Sergei Konov   ...   Vassiliev
Daniel Kelly   ...   Bob Atwater
Veronika Izotova   ...   Mikhail's Wife
Khristina Blokhina   ...   Mikhail's Daughter
Lubov Germanova   ...   Dronov's Secretary
Alisa L. Shulz   ...   Carl's Secretary
Elena Doronina   ...   CIA Agent
Caren Tararach   ...   Female Aide
Santoshen Wez   ...   Embassy Clerk
Alexander Piatkov   ...   Jon
Ludmila Ivannikova   ...   Katya's Mother
Elena Ivochkina   ...   Dina's Mother
Catherine Fassel   ...   News Reporter
Matthew Reins   ...   Agent Brooks
Khristina Popandopulo   ...   Waitress #1

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