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The Deal (13-May-2005)

Director: Harvey Kahn

Writer: Ruth Epstein

Producers: Harvey Kahn; Ruth Epstein; Chris Dorr

Keywords: Thriller

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Selma Blair
23-Jun-1972   A Dirty Shame
Colm Feore
22-Aug-1958   Trudeau
Angie Harmon
10-Aug-1972   Ryan McBride on Baywatch Nights
John Heard
7-Mar-1945   The Pelican Brief
Robert Loggia
3-Jan-1930 4-Dec-2015 The Jagged Edge
Paul McGillion
5-Jan-1969   Dr. Beckett on Stargate: Atlantis
Christian Slater
18-Aug-1969   Kuffs, True Romance
Kevin Tighe
13-Aug-1944   Roy DeSoto on Emergency!


Christian Slater   ...   Tom Hanson
Selma Blair   ...   Abbey Gallagher
Robert Loggia   ...   Jared Tolson
Colm Feore   ...   Hank Weiss
Angie Harmon   ...   Anna
John Heard   ...   Prof. Roseman
Kevin Tighe   ...   John Cortland
Philip Granger   ...   Jerome Halliday
Françoise Yip   ...   Janice Long
Jim Thorburn   ...   Shane Waller
Paul McGillion   ...   Richard Kester
Christine Lippa   ...   Lucy Rahlston
Jennifer Clement   ...   Sara Kester
Mike Dopud   ...   Theo Gorbov
Viacheslav Vinnik   ...   Nicholai Chernoff
Peter Hall   ...   Clark Jackwell
Jay Robert Inslee   ...   Sen. Lucas
Linda Darlow   ...   Erma
Frida Betrani   ...   Jared's Secretary
Tony Alcantar   ...   Agent Grazer
Peter LaCroix   ...   Rod
Aubrey Arnason   ...   Deena Scott
Tom McBeath   ...   Board Member #1
Marc Baur   ...   Client #1
Nathaniel DeVeaux   ...   Officer
Valentina Ballos   ...   Cleaning Woman
Howard Storey   ...   Armed Security Guard


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