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Target (2004)

Director: William Webb

Writer: Jim Makichuk

Music by: Alex Wilkinson

Producer: William Webb

Keywords: Action/Adventure

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Stephen Baldwin
12-May-1966   A Baldwin Brother
Patty McCormack
21-Aug-1945   The Bad Seed
James Russo
23-Apr-1953   The Box
Debra Wilson
26-Apr-1970   MADtv


Stephen Baldwin   ...   Charlie
James Russo   ...   Donovan
Yorgo Constantine   ...   Yevon Bodnar
Deborah Worthing   ...   Maggie
Jeffrey Johnson   ...   Curtis
Stephanie Brass   ...   Lisa
Rory Thost   ...   Sam
Igor Jijikine   ...   Leather Jacket
Inna Swann   ...   Anna
Steve Mattila   ...   Spotter
Patty McCormack   ...   Maysie
Robert Miranda   ...   Officer D'Angelo
Matthew Long   ...   Officer Tavis
Debra Wilson   ...   Nolan
Tammy Trull   ...   Sunny
Peeter Vilms   ...   Groundman
Mio Deckala   ...   Lendl Bodnar
Matt Skollar   ...   Male Agent (Desert)
Romina DiLella   ...   Female Agent (Desert)
Chris D'Annunzio   ...   Debriefer
Stephanie MacKinnan   ...   Assistant
Aesop Aquarian   ...   Homeless Vet
Johnny Ferretti   ...   Security Guard
Jenny Ventriss   ...   Bag Lady
Dante Nigro   ...   Teenaged Boy
Caia Coley   ...   Cell Phone Woman
Chester E. Tripp III   ...   Mounted Cop
Kallie Childress   ...   Girl in Park
Jeanette O'Connor   ...   School Principal
Kenya Williamson   ...   Miss Demmings
Shelby Medlang   ...   Cafe Girl


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