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Saint John of Las Vegas (10-Jun-2009)

Director: Hue Rhodes

Writer: Hue Rhodes

From novel: Infierno by Dante

Music by: David Torn

Producers: Mark Burton; Matt Wall; Lawrence Mattis; Kelly McCormick

Keywords: Drama, Comedy, Gambling, Las Vegas

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Steve Buscemi
Actor
13-Dec-1957   Reservoir Dogs
John Cho
Actor
16-Jun-1972   Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle
Emmanuelle Chriqui
Actor
10-Dec-1977   Sloan on Entourage
Peter Dinklage
Actor
11-Jun-1969   Tyrion Lannister on Game of Thrones
Romany Malco
Actor
18-Nov-1968   Conrad Shepard on Weeds
Tim Blake Nelson
Actor
11-May-1964   O Brother, Where Art Thou?
Sarah Silverman
Comic
1-Dec-1970   The Sarah Silverman Program
Danny Trejo
Actor
16-May-1944   Ex-con turned character actor

CAST

Steve Buscemi   ...   John
Romany Malco   ...   Virgil
Peter Dinklage   ...   Mr. Townsend
with
Tim Blake Nelson   ...   Militant Ned
Sarah Silverman   ...   Jill
Danny Trejo   ...   Bismarck
Jesse Garcia   ...   Park Ranger
John Cho   ...   Smitty
Matthew McDuffie   ...   Lucypher
Emmanuelle Chriqui   ...   Tasty D Lite
Ben Zeller   ...   Truck Stop Owner
Aviva   ...   Pennie
Shawn Prince   ...   Ticket Taker
Stephen Eiland   ...   Mordecai
Josh Berry   ...   Manager
Jimmy "Gee" Giesler   ...   Barker
Isabel Archuleta   ...   Vegas Counter Girl
Isaac Kappy   ...   Geek
Gorneth D'Oyley   ...   Casino Dealer
Ernest Labreck   ...   Ed MacMahon Type

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