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Once in the Life (27-Oct-2000)

Director: Laurence Fishburne

Writer: Laurence Fishburne

From a play: Riff Raff by Laurence Fishburne

Music by: Branford Marsalis

Producers: David Bushell; Helen Sugland; Laurence Fishburne

Keywords: Crime

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jim Breuer
Comic
21-Jun-1967   Half-Baked
Michael Paul Chan
Actor
26-Jun-1950   Robbery: Homicide Division
Nick Chinlund
Actor
18-Nov-1961   A Brother's Kiss
Wanda De Jesus
Actor
26-Aug-1960   The Glass Shield
Laurence Fishburne
Actor
30-Jul-1961   The Matrix
Gregory Hines
Dancer
14-Feb-1946 9-Aug-2003 Tap dancer
Annabella Sciorra
Actor
29-Mar-1960   The bride in True Love
Eamonn Walker
Actor
30-Nov-1959   Kareem Said on Oz
Titus Welliver
Actor
12-Mar-1961   Silas Adams on Deadwood

CAST

Laurence Fishburne   ...   20 20 Mike
Titus Welliver   ...   Torch
Eamonn Walker   ...   Tony
Paul Calderon   ...   Manny Rivera
Annabella Sciorra   ...   Maxine
Michael Paul Chan   ...   Buddha
Jim Breuer   ...   Pizzaman
Harsh Nayyar   ...   Cab Driver
Nick Chinlund   ...   Mike Murphy
Sue Costello   ...   Sgt. Kneeley
Wanda De Jesus   ...   Jackie
Huey Morgan   ...   Carlos
Andres Titus   ...   Hector
Dominic Chianese, Jr.   ...   Freddie Nine Lives
Gregory Hines   ...   Ruffhouse
Tiger Chen   ...   Chino
Tim White   ...   Little Billy
Justin Pierre Edmund   ...   Little Mikey
Madison Riley   ...   Precious

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