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The Passion of Ayn Rand (27-Jan-1999)

Director: Christopher Menaul

Writers: Howard Korder; Mary Gallagher

Based on a book: The Passion of Ayn Rand by Barbara Branden

Music by: Jeff Beal

Producers: Peter Crane; Linda Curran Wexelblatt

Keywords: Drama, Biography

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Julie Delpy
21-Dec-1969   Europa Europa
Peter Fonda
23-Feb-1940   Easy Rider
Tom McCamus
25-Jul-1955   I Love a Man in Uniform
Don McKellar
17-Aug-1963   Last Night
Helen Mirren
26-Jul-1945   Prime Suspect
Eric Stoltz
30-Sep-1961   Chicago Hope


Helen Mirren   ...   Ayn Rand
Eric Stoltz   ...   Nathaniel
Julie Delpy   ...   Barbara
Peter Fonda   ...   Frank
Sybil Temtchen   ...   Caroline
Tom McCamus   ...   Richard
Don McKellar   ...   Alfred
David Ferry   ...   Interviewer
Donald Carrier   ...   David
Hamish McEwan   ...   Henry
Elyssa Livergant   ...   Naomi
Chris Marren   ...   Aaron
Jennifer Gould   ...   Janet
Robert Thomas   ...   Security Guard
John Lefebvre   ...   Funeral Director
Katherine Trowell   ...   Woman at Funeral
Stan Coles   ...   Judge
Rene Lemieux   ...   Maitre D
D'Arcy Smith   ...   Young Man
Andrew Dolha   ...   Wise-ass Man
Tomas Chovanec   ...   Student #1
Daniel Enright   ...   Waiter
Patrick Garrow   ...   Student #2
Aviva Armour   ...   Student #3
Tara Meyer   ...   Student #4
Sergio Di Zio   ...   Student #5
Dom Fiore   ...   Businessman


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