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Whiteout (9-Sep-2009)

Director: Dominic Sena

Writers: Jon Hoeber; Erich Hoeber; Chad Hayes; Carey W. Hayes

From graphic novel by: Greg Rucka

Music by: John Frizzell

Producers: Joel Silver; Susan Downey; David Gambino

Keywords: Thriller, Antarctica

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Kate Beckinsale
Actor
26-Jul-1973   Pearl Harbor
Gabriel Macht
Actor
22-Jan-1972   Behind Enemy Lines
Alex O'Loughlin
Actor
24-Aug-1975   Hawaii Five-O
Columbus Short
Actor
19-Sep-1982   Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip
Tom Skerritt
Actor
25-Aug-1933   Viper in Top Gun

CAST

Kate Beckinsale   ...   Carrie Stetko
Gabriel Macht   ...   Robert Pryce
Columbus Short   ...   Delfy
Alex O'Loughlin   ...   Russell Haden
Shawn Doyle   ...   Sam Murphy
and
Tom Skerritt   ...   Dr. John Fury
Joel Keller   ...   Jack
Jesse Todd   ...   Rubin
Arthur Holden   ...   McGuire
Erin Hicock   ...   Rhonda
Bashar Rahal   ...   Russian Pilot
Julian Cain   ...   Russian Co-Pilot
Dennis Keiffer   ...   Russian Guard
Andrei Runtso   ...   Russian Guard
Roman Varshavsky   ...   Russian Guard
Steve Lucescu   ...   Mooney
Paula Jean Hixson   ...   Lab Tech
Craig Pinckes   ...   Aircraft Tech
Sean Tucker   ...   Operations Tech
Marc James Beauchamp   ...   Weiss
Nick Villarin   ...   Newbie
Louis Dionne   ...   Man in Hall
Patrick Sabongui   ...   Miami Prisoner

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