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Out for a Kill (18-Aug-2003)

Director: Michael Oblowitz

Writers: Danny Lerner; Dennis Dimster-Denk

Music by: Roy Hay

Producers: Steven Seagal; Randall Emmett; George Furla; Danny Lerner; John Thompson; David Varod

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Martial Arts, Drug Smuggling

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Steven Seagal
Actor
10-Apr-1951   Under Siege

CAST

Steven Seagal   ...   Robert Burns
Corey Johnson   ...   Ed Grey
Michelle Goh   ...   Tommie Ling
Chooi Kheng Beh   ...   Wong Dai
Michael Junior Harvey   ...   King
Vincent Wong   ...   Luo Dazhong
Hon Ping Tang   ...   Sai Lo
Elaine Tan   ...   Luo Yi
Kata Dobo   ...   Maya Burns
Tom Wu   ...   Li Bo
Ozzie Yue   ...   Fang Lee "The Barber"
Bruce Wang   ...   Tang Zhili "The Bird"
Chike Chan   ...   Mr. Chang
Dave Wong   ...   Yin Quinshi
Michael J. Reynolds   ...   Dean
Ray Charleson   ...   Crash
Edward Cox   ...   DEA Agent
Che Kim Fai   ...   First Monk
Li Hou Kai   ...   Second Monk
Zhang Wei Guo   ...   Third Monk
Mashbat Uchroel   ...   Young Boy
Gyo Shao Heng   ...   Second Barber (Monkey Boy)
Sang Lui   ...   Mahjong Parlor Thug
David Tan   ...   Mahjong Parlor Thug
Ganbator   ...   Mr. Tan
Giselle Cherniak   ...   Tattoo Artist
Eloise Anderson   ...   Tattoo Artist #2
Jia Ji Yu   ...   Tattoo Master
Raicho Vasilev   ...   Bulgarian Thug
Chris Pavlo   ...   Luc Breton

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