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Hate Crime (14-Jan-2005)

Director: Tommy Stovall

Writer: Tommy Stovall

Music by: Ebony Tay

Producers: P. Dirk Higdon; Tommy Stovall

Keywords: Drama, Gay

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Susan Blakely
Actor
7-Sep-1952   A Cry For Love
Bruce Davison
Actor
28-Jun-1946   Harry and the Hendersons
Giancarlo Esposito
Actor
26-Apr-1958   Gus Fring on Breaking Bad
Cindy Pickett
Actor
18-Apr-1947   Ferris Bueller's Day Off

CAST

Seth Peterson   ...   Robbie Levinson
Bruce Davison   ...   Pastor Boyd
Chad Donella   ...   Chris Boyd
Susan Blakely   ...   Martha Boyd
Giancarlo Esposito   ...   Sgt. Esposito
Farah White   ...   Det. Fisher
Sean Hennigan   ...   Jim McCoy
Brandy Little   ...   Stella Davis
Luke King   ...   Alton Kachim
Ben Bathman   ...   Connor Davis
Introducing
Brian J. Smith   ...   Trey McCoy
with
Lin Shaye   ...   Kathleen Slansky
Cindy Pickett   ...   Barbara McCoy
Earl Browning III   ...   Det. Loy
Scarlett McAlister   ...   Dr. Kucera
Tom Marcantel   ...   Fr. Tim
Hana Kapp   ...   Salesperson
Cas Dodgen   ...   Policeman
Brock Cravy   ...   Young Man
Connor Gewin   ...   Trey at Age Four
Tyler Bucky   ...   Trey at Age Ten
Kellie Rasberry   ...   Coworker -- Carla
Dee Hennigan   ...   Daycare Teacher
Trevor Sterling Stovall   ...   Fisher's Son
Keni La Tronico   ...   Robbie's Mother
Vernon Reeves   ...   Robbie's Father
Juan Gonzalez   ...   Private Investigator
Heidie   ...   Phoebe

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