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Shark Attack 3: Megalodon (26-Nov-2002)

Director: David Worth

Writers: Scott Devine; William Hooke

Music by: Bill Wandel

Producers: Danny Lerner; Boaz Davidson; David Varod

Keywords: Thriller

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John Barrowman
Actor
11-Mar-1967   Capt. Jack Harkness

CAST

John Barrowman   ...   Ben
Jennifer McShane   ...   Cat
Ryan Cutrona   ...   Chuck
George Stanchev   ...   Esai
Pavlin Kemilev   ...   Porter
Plamen Manasiev   ...   Radio Tech
Krasimir Simeonov   ...   Sonar Chief
Ivo Tonchev   ...   Ramirez
Rosi Chernogorova   ...   Sherry
Plamen Zahov   ...   Hector
Peter Rusev   ...   First Mate
Victor Chichov   ...   Male Tourist
Anya Pencheva   ...   Wife
Danny Boy   ...   Diver #1
Bocho Vasilev   ...   Security Guard
Bashar Rahal   ...   Ruiz
Harry Aneachkin   ...   Tolley
George Borisov   ...   Raymond
Kriss Lee   ...   Tech #1
Jordan Karadjov   ...   Chimpy
Yavor Ralinov   ...   Philip
Nikolay Sotirov   ...   Davis
Atanas Srebrev   ...   Freidman
Miroslav Marinov   ...   Paul
Velizar Peev   ...   Harry
Atanas Georgiev   ...   Scott
Malina Georgieva   ...   Gina
Simeon Vladov   ...   Chris
Vencislav Kisyov   ...   Shift Supervisor
Niki Nikova   ...   Bartendress
Petya Evtimova   ...   Ruiz's Girlfriend
Diver Terrorists
Vladko Stoyanov   ...   Diver Terrorist
George Stoyanov   ...   Diver Terrorist
Peter Petrov   ...   Diver Terrorist
George Rosen   ...   Diver Terrorist

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