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Bad Company (26-Apr-2002)

Director: Joel Schumacher

Writers: Michael Browning; Gary Goodman; David Himmelstein; Jason Richman

Keywords: Action/Comedy, Espionage, Loose Nukes

A civilian with no knowledge of his secret-agent twin brother's existence is expected to take the man's job when he dies in the line of duty.

ABSTRACT
Wisecracking civilian Jake Hayes, moving through life unaware of his identical twin brother's existence nor his career as a CIA agent, is tapped by veteran operative Gaylord Oakes to take his place when he perishes during a nuclear arms purchase. Given nine days to train himself into an adequate replacement, Jake must fill his brother's shoes in a big way when terrorists wise to the CIA's schemes kidnap his fiancee and endanger New York City with the threat of an imminent terrorist attack.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Garcelle Beauvais
Actor
26-Nov-1966   ADA Heywood on NYPD Blue
Michael Ealy
Actor
3-Aug-1973   Barbershop
Irma P. Hall
Actor
3-Jun-1935   Soul Food
Anthony Hopkins
Actor
31-Dec-1937   Hannibal Lecter
Gabriel Macht
Actor
22-Jan-1972   Behind Enemy Lines
Chris Rock
Comic
7-Feb-1965   Everybody Hates Chris
John Slattery
Actor
13-Aug-1962   Roger on Mad Men
Brooke Smith
Actor
22-May-1967   Grey's Anatomy
Peter Stormare
Actor
27-Aug-1953   Ran the woodchipper in Fargo
Daniel Sunjata
Actor
30-Dec-1971   Franco Rivera on Rescue Me
Kerry Washington
Actor
31-Jan-1977   Scandal

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