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Bad Seed (6-Jun-2000)

Original Title: Preston Tylk

Director: Jon Bokenkamp

Writer: Jon Bokenkamp

Original Score Composed and Orchestrated by: Kurt Kuenne

Producers: James Frey; Dan Glasser; Roni Eguia

Keywords: Thriller

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Mili Avital
Actor
30-Mar-1972   Stargate
Dennis Farina
Actor
29-Feb-1944 22-Jul-2013 Ray Barboni in Get Shorty
Vincent Kartheiser
Actor
5-May-1979   Pete Campbell on Mad Men
Norman Reedus
Actor
6-Jan-1969   Gossip
T. J. Thyne
Actor
7-Mar-1975   Dr. Jack Hodgins on Bones
Andrew Wilson
Actor
22-Aug-1964   Actor brother of Luke and Owen
Luke Wilson
Actor
21-Sep-1971   Owen Wilson's handsome brother

CAST

Luke Wilson   ...   Preston Tylk
Norman Reedus   ...   Jonathan Casey
Dennis Farina   ...   Dick Muller
Mili Avital   ...   Emily Tylk
Vincent Kartheiser   ...   Dillon
Tom Kelly   ...   Randy
T. J. Thyne   ...   Art Casey
Scott Nath   ...   Student
Cliff Fetters   ...   Wally
Casi Nicole Wilkerson   ...   Paramedic
Lyssa Orchid   ...   Neighbor
Jonah Rodriguez   ...   Police Officer
Andrew Wilson   ...   Police Officer
Greg Michaels   ...   Police Officer
Jonathan Kedj   ...   Police Officer
Tony Doupe   ...   Police Officer
Ken Ballenger   ...   Police Officer
Jessica Sullivan   ...   Tied-up Woman
Jim Freedom   ...   Tied-up Man
Larry Boothby   ...   Truck Driver
Bill Higham   ...   Dr. Laskey
Lance Orchid   ...   Chef

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