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After.Life (7-Nov-2009)

Director: Agnieszka Wojtowicz-Vosloo

Writers: Agnieszka Wojtowicz-Vosloo; Paul Vosloo; Jakub Korolczuk

Music by: Paul Haslinger

Producers: Brad Michael Gilbert; William O. Perkins III; Celine Rattray

Keywords: Horror

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Josh Charles
15-Sep-1971   Dan Rydell on Sports Night
Justin Long
2-Jun-1978   Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story
Malachy McCourt
20-Sep-1931   Father Meehan on Oz
Rosemary Murphy
13-Jan-1927   Eleanor and Franklin
Liam Neeson
7-Jun-1952   Rob Roy, Gangs of New York
Christina Ricci
12-Feb-1980   The Addams Family


Christina Ricci   ...   Anna Taylor
Justin Long   ...   Paul Coleman
Josh Charles   ...   Tom Peterson
Chandler Canterbury   ...   Jack
Celia Weston   ...   Beatrice Taylor
Shuler Hensley   ...   Vincent Miller
Liam Neeson   ...   Eliot Deacon
Luz Ramos   ...   Diane
Rosemary Murphy   ...   Mrs. Whitehall
Malachy McCourt   ...   Fr. Graham
Alice Drummond   ...   Mrs. Hutton
Sam Kressner   ...   Acne Kid
Doan Ly   ...   Teacher #1
Jack Rovello   ...   Tall Kid
Prudence Wright Holmes   ...   Old Woman #1
Celene Keller   ...   Old Woman #2
Barbara Singer   ...   Old Woman #3
Laurie Cole   ...   Principal
Jonny Fido   ...   Stocky Teacher
William O. Perkins III   ...   Security Guard
Chris Jackson   ...   Neal
Mark Gerrard   ...   Waiter
Laurel Yaros   ...   Girl
Gurdeep Singh   ...   Cashier
Steven Lee Merkel   ...   Jeff
Jody Ebert   ...   Police Officer
Erin Ward   ...   Teacher #2
Mark Heskin   ...   Frank Miller


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