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True Crime (19-Mar-1999)

Director: Clint Eastwood

Writers: Paul Brickman; Larry Gross; Stephen Schiff

From novel by: Andrew Klavan

Keywords: Crime, Death Row

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Graham Beckel
Actor
22-Dec-1949   Steve Sullivan on Cafe Americain
Clint Eastwood
Actor
31-May-1930   The Man With No Name
Christine Ebersole
Actor
21-Feb-1953   Rachel Gunn, RN
John Finn
Actor
30-Sep-1952   John Stillman on Cold Case
Frances Fisher
Actor
11-May-1952   House of Sand and Fog
Nancy Giles
Actor
17-Jul-1960   China Beach
Lisa Gay Hamilton
Actor
25-Mar-1964   Rebecca Washington in The Practice
Bernard Hill
Actor
17-Dec-1944   Boys from the Blackstuff
Michael Jeter
Actor
26-Aug-1952 30-Mar-2003 Evening Shade
Denis Leary
Comic
18-Aug-1957   Loud, smoking comic
Lucy Liu
Actor
2-Dec-1968   Ling on Ally McBeal
Mary McCormack
Actor
8-Feb-1969   Kate Harper on The West Wing
Tom McGowan
Actor
26-Jul-1959   Kenny Daly on Frasier
Michael McKean
Actor
17-Oct-1947   This Is Spinal Tap, SNL
Marissa Ribisi
Actor
17-Dec-1974   Dazed and Confused
Diane Venora
Actor
10-Aug-1952   Bird
Isaiah Washington
Actor
3-Aug-1963   Dr. Burke on Grey's Anatomy
Rev. Cecil Williams
Religion
22-Sep-1929   Glide Memorial Church
William Windom
Actor
28-Sep-1923 16-Aug-2012 Glen Morley on The Farmer's Daughter
Hattie Winston
Actor
3-Mar-1945   The Electric Company
James Woods
Actor
18-Apr-1947   Casino, Any Given Sunday
Anthony Zerbe
Actor
20-May-1936   Dog boy in Cool Hand Luke

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