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Separate Lives (8-Sep-1995)

Director: David Madden

Writer: Steven Pressfield

Music Composed by: William Olvis

Producers: Mark Amin; Diane Nabatoff; Guy Riedel

Keywords: Thriller

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jim Belushi
15-Jun-1954   According to Jim
Linda Hamilton
26-Sep-1956   Terminator
Joshua Malina
17-Jan-1966   Will Bailey on The West Wing
Vera Miles
23-Aug-1929   The Searchers
Elisabeth Moss
24-Jul-1982   Peggy Olson on Mad Men


Jim Belushi   ...   Tom Beckwith
Linda Hamilton   ...   Lauren Porter / Lena
Vera Miles   ...   Dr. Ruth Goldin
Elisabeth Moss   ...   Ronni Beckwith
Drew Snyder   ...   Robert Porter
Mark Lindsay Chapman   ...   Keno Sykes
Marc Poppel   ...   Det. Joe Gallo
Elizabeth Arlen   ...   Dee Harris
Josh Taylor   ...   Charles Duffy
Ken Kerman   ...   Det. Boyle
Michael Whaley   ...   Det. Miller
Jackie Debatin   ...   Darlene
Joshua Malina   ...   Randall
Lisa Vanderpump   ...   Heidi Porter
Craig Stepp   ...   David Mills
Lisa Chess   ...   Margaret Porter-Mills
Ara Maxwell   ...   Young Lauren Porter
Pat Delaney   ...   Jane Weiss
Joseph Gallison   ...   Paul
Tom Morga   ...   Carl
John Rubano   ...   Gyp
Ray Quartermus   ...   Guard
Beverly Castaldo   ...   Redhead
Joseph Briski   ...   Arresting Cop
Alex Ferguson   ...   Stoner Kid
Athan Maroulis   ...   Band Member -- Spahn Ranch
Rob Morton   ...   Band Member -- Spahn Ranch
Matt Green   ...   Band Member -- Spahn Ranch


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