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Body Count (28-Apr-1998)

Director: Robert Patton-Spruill

Writer: Theodore Witcher

Music by: Curt Sobel

Producers: Mark Burg; Doug McHenry; George Jackson

Keywords: Crime/Comedy, Art Theft

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
David Caruso
Actor
17-Jan-1956   Lt. Horatio Caine on CSI: Miami
Linda Fiorentino
Actor
9-Mar-1958   Dogma, Jade
John Leguizamo
Comic
22-Jul-1964   House of Buggin'
Ving Rhames
Actor
12-May-1959   Marsellus Wallace in Pulp Fiction
Donnie Wahlberg
Singer
17-Aug-1969   New Kids on the Block
Forest Whitaker
Actor
15-Jul-1961   Ghost Dog

CAST

David Caruso   ...   Hobbs
Linda Fiorentino   ...   Natalie
John Leguizamo   ...   Chino
Ving Rhames   ...   Pike
Donnie Wahlberg   ...   Booker
Forest Whitaker   ...   Crane
Michael Corrigan   ...   Security Officer #1
Michael Hunter   ...   Security Officer #2
Matt Giehl   ...   Security Officer #3
Richard Fullerton   ...   Officer Forrest
Deacon Dawson   ...   Proprietor
Rebecca Koon   ...   Wife
Juliet Poe   ...   Convenience Store Woman #1
Mary Lucy Bivens   ...   Convenience Store Woman #2
James Spruill   ...   Special Agent Bradley
Terry Loughlin   ...   SWAT Commander Rollins
Duke Ernsberger   ...   Special Agent #1
George Jackson   ...   Ticket Agent
Bill Roberson   ...   Prison Guard
Virginia Ernsberger   ...   Motel Clerk

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