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Stealth Fighter (1999)

Director: Jim Wynorski (as "Jay Andrews")

Writer: Lenny Juliano

Music by: Alex Wilkinson

Producer: Jim Wynorski (as "Jay Andrews")

Keywords: Action/Adventure

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Andrew Divoff
Actor
2-Jul-1955   Wishmaster
Erika Eleniak
Actor
29-Sep-1969   Shauni on Baywatch
John Enos III
Actor
12-Jun-1962   Bullet, The Rock
Ernie Hudson
Actor
17-Dec-1945   Warden Glenn on Oz
Ice-T
Rapper
16-Feb-1958   Pimp, Cop Killer
Costas Mandylor
Actor
3-Sep-1965   Triumph of the Spirit
William Sadler
Actor
13-Apr-1950   The Shawshank Redemption

CAST

Ice-T   ...   Owen Turner
Costas Mandylor   ...   Ryan Mitchell
Ernie Hudson   ...   President Westwood
Andrew Divoff   ...   Roberto Menendez
William G. Schilling   ...   Harry Goldberg
John Enos III   ...   Larry Ramsey
Alex Meneses   ...   Desidea
Tommy "Tiny" Lister, Jr.   ...   Berg
Stevie J. Hennessy   ...   Brett Kelly
Michael Gregory   ...   Gen. Wasserman
with
Erika Eleniak   ...   Erin Mitchell
William Sadler   ...   Peterson
Mark Adair Rios   ...   Manuel Vega
Paul Terrell Clayton   ...   Lt. Phillips
Sarah Dampf   ...   J. P. Mitchell
Steve Eastin   ...   Capt. Thomson
George Gerdes   ...   Alexander Clancy
Trevor Gordon   ...   Paul Mason
Clay Greenbush   ...   Mike Hudson
Jon Huertas   ...   Lt. Bradley Elias
Peter Spellos   ...   Andres Solymosi

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