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Mercy (2009)

Director: Patrick Hoelck

Writer: Scott Caan

Producers: Scott Caan; Phil Parmet; Vincent Palomino

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
James Caan
Actor
26-Mar-1940   Vegas
Scott Caan
Actor
23-Aug-1976   Hawaii Five-O
Erika Christensen
Actor
19-Aug-1982   Caroline in Traffic
Troy Garity
Actor
7-Jul-1973   Bandits and Barbershop
Balthazar Getty
Actor
22-Jan-1975   Lord of the Flies
Kelly Lynch
Actor
31-Jan-1959   Drugstore Cowboy
Dylan McDermott
Actor
26-Oct-1961   Bobby Donnell on The Practice

CAST

Starring
Scott Caan   ...   Johnny Ryan
Wendy Glenn   ...   Mercy
Troy Garity   ...   Dane
Erika Christensen   ...   Robin
Alexie Gilmore   ...   Chris
John Boyd   ...   Erik
With
Dylan McDermott   ...   Jake
James Caan   ...   Gerry
Special Appearances
Kelly Lynch   ...   Herself
Balthazar Getty   ...   Himself
Also Starring
Whitney Able   ...   Heather
Scarlett Chorvat   ...   Woman Concierge
Dorian Brown   ...   Dorian
Jamie Strange   ...   Jessica
Holly Valance   ...   Tess
Michael Testone   ...   Bartender
Bre Blair   ...   Beach Hotel Concierge
Brian Goodman   ...   Security Guard
Pete Simmons   ...   Boat Guy
Thom Cammer   ...   Nigel
Troy Bellinghausen   ...   Football Player
AJ Dunn   ...   Football Player
Wesley Scott   ...   Football Player
Justin Vaughn   ...   Football Player
Marcus Sunstan   ...   Football Player

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