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Charlie's Angels (22-Oct-2000)

Director: McG

Writers: Ryan Rowe; Ed Solomon; John August

Music by: Edward Shearmur

Producers: Leonard Goldberg; Drew Barrymore; Nancy Juvonen

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Martial Arts, Explosions

Film adaptation of the 1970s television series of the same name follows the adventures of three femme fatales working for a mysterious disembodied voice.

Film version of Charlie's Angels. Alex, Dylan, and Natalie, three beautiful woman with a penchant for solving crimes and kicking butt, work for "Charlie", a man represented by a disembodied voice who refuses to meet his employees face to face. Charlie's Angels follows the curious trio as they learn of the kidnapping of tech industry giant Eric Knox, thrust into an action-packed race against time and long odds when they learn that an invention with intense ramifications for global political stability hangs in the balance.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Drew Barrymore
22-Feb-1975   E.T., The Wedding Singer
Tim Curry
19-Apr-1946   Frank N. Furter in Rocky Horror Picture Show
Cameron Diaz
30-Aug-1972   There's Something About Mary
John Forsythe
29-Jan-1918 1-Apr-2010 Blake Carrington on Dynasty
Crispin Glover
20-Apr-1964   Rubin and Ed
Tom Green
30-Jul-1971   Ex-husband of Drew Barrymore
Reggie Hayes
15-Jul-1969   William Jerome Dent on Girlfriends
LL Cool J
14-Jan-1968   Ladies Love Cool James
Matt LeBlanc
25-Jul-1967   Joey on Friends
Lucy Liu
2-Dec-1968   Ling on Ally McBeal
Kelly Lynch
31-Jan-1959   Drugstore Cowboy
Melissa McCarthy
26-Aug-1970   Sookie St. James on Gilmore Girls
Bill Murray
21-Sep-1950   Meatballs, SNL alumnus
Sam Rockwell
5-Nov-1968   Lawn Dogs
Alex Trebek
Game Show Host
22-Jul-1940   Jeopardy
Andrew Wilson
22-Aug-1964   Actor brother of Luke and Owen
Luke Wilson
21-Sep-1971   Owen Wilson's handsome brother


Cameron Diaz   ...   Natalie
Drew Barrymore   ...   Dylan
Lucy Liu   ...   Alex
Bill Murray   ...   Bosley
Sam Rockwell   ...   Eric Knox
Tim Curry   ...   Roger Corwin
Kelly Lynch   ...   Vivian Wood
Crispin Glover   ...   Thin Man
Matt LeBlanc   ...   Jason
LL Cool J   ...   Mr. Jones
Tom Green   ...   Chad
Luke Wilson   ...   Pete
Sean Whalen   ...   Pasqual
Tim Dunaway   ...   Flight Attendant
Alex Trebek   ...   Himself
Raleigh Wilson   ...   Reform Officer
Mark Ryan   ...   Fencing Opponent
Bobby Ore   ...   Driving Instructor
Guy Oseary   ...   DJ
Joe Duer   ...   UPS Delivery Guy
Matthew Frauman   ...   Red Star Systems Techie
Reggie Hayes   ...   Red Star Systems Techie
Melissa McCarthy   ...   Doris
Bob Stephenson   ...   Red Star Systems Director
Ned Bellamy   ...   Red Star Systems Director
Raymond Patterson   ...   Director's Buddy
Bjorn Flor   ...   Red Star Systems Security Guard
Gaven E. Lucas   ...   Boy
Michael Barryte   ...   Boy
Andrew Wilson   ...   Corwin's Driver
Branden Williams   ...   Assistant Director
Frank Marocco   ...   Accordionist
Darrell Pfingsten   ...   Partygoer
Jimmy Calloway   ...   Bouncer
Kevin Grevioux   ...   Bouncer
Michael Papajohn   ...   Bathroom Thug
Jim Palmer   ...   Shooter
Shawn Woods   ...   Shooter
Kenny Endoso   ...   Getaway Driver
Tom Garner   ...   Getaway Driver
Isaac C. Singleton, Jr.   ...   Kidnapper
Paul Eliopoulos   ...   Knox Thug
Tim Gilbert   ...   Knox Thug
Al Goto   ...   Knox Thug
Steven Ito   ...   Knox Thug
Felipe Savahge   ...   Knox Thug
Mike Smith   ...   Knox Thug
Jerry Trimble   ...   Knox Thug
John Forsythe   ...   Charlie (voice)


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