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Dead Heat (23-Jul-2002)

Director: Mark Malone

Writer: Mark Malone

Composer: Patric Caird

Producers: Michael Ohoven; William Vince

Keywords: Crime

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Daniel Benzali
Actor
20-Jan-1950   Ted Hoffman on Murder One
Lothaire Bluteau
Actor
14-Apr-1957   Jesus of Montreal
Anthony LaPaglia
Actor
31-Jan-1959   Murder One
Radha Mitchell
Actor
12-Nov-1973   Love and Other Catastrophes
Kay Panabaker
Actor
2-May-1990   Nikki Westerly on Summerland
Charles Martin Smith
Actor
30-Oct-1953   The Untouchables
Kiefer Sutherland
Actor
21-Dec-1966   24

CAST

Kiefer Sutherland   ...   Pally
Anthony LaPaglia   ...   Ray
Radha Mitchell   ...   Charlotte
Lothaire Bluteau   ...   Tony
Denis Arndt   ...   Dr. Ivan Barnes
Introducing
Kay Panabaker   ...   Sam
and
Daniel Benzali   ...   Frank Finnegan
Charles Martin Smith   ...   Morty
Michael Benyaer   ...   First Man (Warehouse)
Craig Veroni   ...   Second Man (Warehouse)
Gerald Paetz   ...   Cadillac Man
Marco Roy   ...   Second Cop
Gary Hetherington   ...   Captain
Bill Whiting   ...   Bartender
Frank Cassini   ...   Manny
Alfred E. Humphreys   ...   Dr. Marchesi
Peter Flemming   ...   Ted
Amy Adamson   ...   Barnes' Girlfriend
Mark Acheson   ...   Fifth Man (Warehouse)
Frederick Pleasure II   ...   Security Guard
James Jackson   ...   Gate Handler
Dan Jukich   ...   Track Announcer
Gerald Paetz   ...   Finnegan Thug #1
Bruce Fontaine   ...   Finnegan Thug #2

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