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Momentum (16-May-2003)

Director: James Seale

Writer: Deverin Karol

Music by: Joseph Stanley Williams

Producers: Lisa Hansen; Paul Hertzberg

Keywords: Thriller

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Carmen Argenziano
27-Oct-1943   Selmak on Stargate: SG-1
Nicki Aycox
26-Mar-1975   Jaimie Allen on Dark Blue
Zach Galligan
14-Feb-1964   Cupid
Lou Gossett, Jr.
27-May-1936   Drill Sgt. in An Officer and a Gentleman
Teri Hatcher
8-Dec-1964   Susan Mayer on Desperate Housewives
Daniel Dae Kim
4-Aug-1968   Jin Kwon on Lost
Michael Massee
1955   Momentum


Lou Gossett, Jr.   ...   Raymond Addison
Teri Hatcher   ...   Jordan Ripps
Grayson McCouch   ...   Zachary Shefford
Michael Massee   ...   Adrian Geiger
Carmen Argenziano   ...   Frank McIntyre
Nicki Aycox   ...   Tristen Geiger
Alexondra Lee   ...   Brooke
Daniel Dae Kim   ...   Agent Frears
Zahn McClarnon   ...   Hawk
Zach Galligan   ...   Director Hammond
Morocco Omari   ...   Lincoln
Brad Greenquist   ...   Martin Elias
Hayden Tank   ...   Josh
Bruce Jaffe   ...   Floor Cop #1
Sean Blakemore   ...   Floor Cop #2
James Sauer   ...   Patrolman
Mercedes Colon   ...   Female SWAT Officer
Sarah Wentworth   ...   Sarah
Michael Haynes   ...   Earl
Michael Owen   ...   Isla Vista Guard
Cole McKay   ...   Convenience Store Gunman
Jason Axinn   ...   Physics Student
Kurt Bryant   ...   Bank Guard
Adam Lieberman   ...   Police Officer Bank Vault
Alexa Motley   ...   Reporter


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