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Coldblooded (15-Sep-1995)

Director: M. Wallace Wolodarsky

Writer: M. Wallace Wolodarsky

Music by: Steve Bartek

Producers: Michael J. Fox; Matt Tolmach; Brad Krevoy; Steve Stabler; Brad Jenkel

Keywords: Crime/Comedy, Hitman

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Talia Balsam
Actor
5-Mar-1959   Crawlspace
Josh Charles
Actor
15-Sep-1971   Dan Rydell on Sports Night
Michael J. Fox
Actor
9-Jun-1961   Back to the Future
Janeane Garofalo
Comic
28-Sep-1964   Actor, Comedian, Author, Activist
Robert Loggia
Actor
3-Jan-1930   The Jagged Edge
Jason Priestley
Actor
28-Aug-1969   Brandon Walsh on Beverly Hills 90210
Peter Riegert
Actor
11-Apr-1947   Barbarians at the Gate
Jim Turner
Actor
1952   Kirby on Arli$$, Randee of the Redwoods
Kimberly Williams
Actor
14-Sep-1971   Father of the Bride

CAST

Jason Priestley   ...   Cosmo
Peter Riegert   ...   Steve
Kimberly Williams   ...   Jasmine
Janeane Garofalo   ...   Honey
and
Robert Loggia   ...   Gordon
Jay Kogen   ...   John
With Special Appearance by
Michael J. Fox   ...   Tim Alexander
Josh Charles   ...   Randy
David Anthony Higgins   ...   Lance
Doris Grau   ...   Rose
Ann Carroll   ...   Receptionist
Buck McDancer   ...   Fleeing Man
Marcos A. Ferraez   ...   Man with Uzi
Gilbert Rosales   ...   Man with Briefcase
Jim Turner   ...   Doctor
Talia Balsam   ...   Jean Alexander
Marc Wolodarsky   ...   Creepy Guy
Kay O'Connell   ...   Yoga Woman
Cecile Krevoy   ...   Waitress

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