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I Accuse (30-Nov-2003)

Director: John Ketcham

Writers: Matthew DeJong; Charles Wilkinson

Music Composed by: Chris Ainscough

Producers: Gavin Wilding; John Ketcham; Mark Reid

Keywords: Crime

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John Hannah
Actor
23-Apr-1962   Four Weddings and a Funeral
John Kapelos
Actor
8-Mar-1956   Det. Schanke on Forever Knight
Estella Warren
Model
23-Dec-1970   Synchronized swimmer turned model

CAST

Estella Warren   ...   Kimberly
John Hannah   ...   Dr. Darian
John Kapelos   ...   Det. Murray
Tom Butler   ...   Warren Hart
Aaron Pearl   ...   Billy
Tim Henry   ...   Officer Rod Kresgy
Brad Grass   ...   Det. Lambeau
Andrea Menard   ...   Heather
Daniel Macdonald   ...   Principal
Velvette Neumann   ...   Carole Darian
Meghan Gabruch   ...   Girlfriend
Chris Scott   ...   Denise
Madison Dewalt   ...   Lizi
R. James Anderson   ...   Kimberly's Dad
Trevor Roberts   ...   Eddie
Lindi Lee   ...   Nola
Kathryn Bracht   ...   Nurse Dolores
Graham Bell   ...   Monty
Regina Sagal-Henry   ...   Nurse Harmen
June Mayhew   ...   Teacher
Kayleigh Shikanai   ...   Lizi's Friend
Cavan Cunningham   ...   Male Clerk
Alan Bratt   ...   Emmet
Louise Handford   ...   Vera
Amy Matysio   ...   Carrie
Troy Skog   ...   Lorimer
Lisa Marie Pollock   ...   Nurse Mary
George Alexander   ...   Mr. Moser
William Gardiner   ...   Jury Foreman
Steve Arsenych   ...   Old Man
Judith Maxie   ...   Judge Craig

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