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King of the Avenue (17-Sep-2010)

Director: Ryan Combs

Writer: Ryan Combs

Score and Music by: Rick St. Hilaire

Producers: Craig Chapman; Anne Clements; Chris Panizzon

Keywords: Thriller

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Esai Morales
Actor
1-Oct-1962   Lt. Rodriguez on NYPD Blue
Simon Rex
Actor
20-Jul-1974   What I Like About You
Ving Rhames
Actor
12-May-1959   Marsellus Wallace in Pulp Fiction

CAST

Ving Rhames   ...   Norman / De'Sha
Simon Rex   ...   Taz
and
Esai Morales   ...   Natas
Erick Nathan   ...   Cal
Eddie B. Smith   ...   Scooter Pie
Elizabeth DiPrinzio   ...   Amanda
Diego Alvarez   ...   Lil Norman
Javi Zoribel Fonalledas   ...   Tia
Farid Nasir   ...   Stanley
Hemky Madera   ...   Hector
Anthony Dilio   ...   Eddie
Marie Radinson   ...   Demon #1 / Taz's Mother
Cessar Ferriat   ...   Dunnie / Dunnie, Jr.
John Garcia   ...   Neighbor
Angel Viera   ...   Frank
Marta Garraus   ...   Demon #2
Leonardo Castro Sitiriche   ...   Hector's Man
Jason Gillyard   ...   Homicide
Grace Connelly   ...   Greta
Pedro Telemaco   ...   Lonnie
Chuckee   ...   Chuck
Jose Guitian   ...   Biker
Alexis Garcia   ...   Detective #1
Isaac Santiago   ...   Detective #2
Jaime A. Alvarez   ...   Young Taz
Karen Posada McInnis   ...   TV Reporter
Todd Dean   ...   Frankie
Erendira Ibarra Klor   ...   Cocktail Waitress
Gladymar Vasquez   ...   Waitress
Maria Jose Delgado   ...   Waitress #2
Grace Hichez   ...   Party Girl
Feliz Ortiz   ...   Singer #1
Gabriel Pizarro   ...   Singer #2

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