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The Heavy (8-Apr-2010)

Director: Marcus Warren

Writer: Marcus Warren

Original Music by: Paul Oakenfold

Producers: John Cairns; Marcus Warren

Keywords: Thriller

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Sadie Frost
19-Jun-1965   Dracula
Vinnie Jones
5-Jan-1965   Footballer turned actor
Christopher Lee
27-May-1922 7-Jun-2015 The Face of Fu Manchu
Jean Marsh
1-Jul-1934   Co-Creator, Upstairs, Downstairs
Adrian Paul
29-May-1959   Highlander
Stephen Rea
31-Oct-1946   The Crying Game
Lee Ryan
17-Jun-1983   Member of boy band Blue
Shannyn Sossamon
3-Oct-1978   A Knight's Tale
Gregg Sulkin
29-May-1992   Mason Greyback on Wizards of Waverly Place


Gary Stretch   ...   Mitchell "Boots" Mason
Geoff Bell   ...   Frank Marshall
Lee Ryan   ...   Rubin
Vinnie Jones   ...   Insp. Dunn
Shannyn Sossamon   ...   Claire
Sadie Frost   ...   Dutch
Christopher Lee   ...   Mr. Mason
Stephen Rea   ...   Anawalt
Adrian Paul   ...   Christian Mason
George Harris   ...   Dr. Heidleman
Jean Marsh   ...   Mrs. Mason
Austen Palmer   ...   Henry Holmes
Meredith Ostrom   ...   Amanda Mason
Adam Fenton   ...   Sean
Hannah Curtis   ...   Natalie
Richard Durden   ...   Carl
Adam Fogerty   ...   Tony
Luing Andrews   ...   Drug Dealer 1
Justin Mitchell   ...   Drug Dealer 2
Anton Saunders   ...   Drug Dealer 3
Rufus Graham   ...   Auctioneer
Gael Johnson   ...   Christian's PA
Will Fossey   ...   Mr. Frank
Dean Bardini   ...   Dino
Gregg Sulkin   ...   Teen 1
Sam Ardley   ...   Teen 2
Denise Whylie   ...   Hooker 1
Lucie Eloise   ...   Hooker 2


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