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The Prince of Egypt (16-Dec-1998)

Directors: Brenda Chapman; Steve Hickner; Simon Wells

Writers: Philip LaZebnik; Nicholas Meyer

Score Composed by: Hans Zimmer

Producers: Penney Finkelman Cox; Sandra Rabins

Keywords: Drama, Bible, Egypt, Jewish

Animated production of DreamWorks.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
James Avery
Actor
27-Nov-1948 31-Dec-2013 Philip Banks on Fresh Prince
Sandra Bullock
Actor
26-Jul-1964   The Net
Ralph Fiennes
Actor
22-Dec-1962   The English Patient
Danny Glover
Actor
22-Jul-1946   Lethal Weapon
Jeff Goldblum
Actor
22-Oct-1952   The Fly
Val Kilmer
Actor
31-Dec-1959   Real Genius
Steve Martin
Comic
14-Aug-1945   The Jerk
Helen Mirren
Actor
26-Jul-1945   Prime Suspect
Brian Stokes Mitchell
Actor
31-Oct-1957   Jackpot Johnson on Trapper John, MD
Michelle Pfeiffer
Actor
29-Apr-1958   The Witches of Eastwick
Martin Short
Comic
26-Mar-1950   SNL and Primetime Glick
Patrick Stewart
Actor
13-Jul-1940   Captain Picard in Star Trek: TNG

CAST

Val Kilmer   ...   Moses
Ralph Fiennes   ...   Ramses II
Michelle Pfeiffer   ...   Tzipporah
Sandra Bullock   ...   Miriam
Jeff Goldblum   ...   Aaron
Danny Glover   ...   Jethro
Patrick Stewart   ...   Seti I
Helen Mirren   ...   The Queen
Steve Martin   ...   Hotep
Martin Short   ...   Huy
Ofra Haza   ...   Yocheved (voice)
Additional Voices
James Avery   ...   Additional Voices (voice)
Stephanie Sawyer   ...   Additional Voices (voice)
Aria Noelle Curzon   ...   Additional Voices (voice)
Francesca Smith   ...   Additional Voices (voice)

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