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The Double (28-Oct-2011)

Director: Michael Brandt

Writers: Michael Brandt; Derek Haas

Music by: John Debney

Producers: Ashok Amritraj; Patrick Aiello; Derek Haas; Andrew Deane

Keywords: Thriller, Espionage

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Richard Gere
31-Aug-1949   American Gigolo
Topher Grace
12-Jul-1978   Eric Forman in That 70's Show
Stana Katic
26-Apr-1978   Det. Kate Beckett on Castle
Chris Marquette
3-Oct-1984   Adam Rove on Joan of Arcadia
Stephen Moyer
11-Oct-1969   Bill Compton on True Blood
Martin Sheen
3-Aug-1940   The West Wing
Odette Yustman
10-May-1985   Cloverfield


Richard Gere   ...   Paul Shepherdson
Topher Grace   ...   Ben Geary
Stephen Moyer   ...   Brutus
Odette Yustman   ...   Natalie
Stana Katic   ...   Amber
Chris Marquette   ...   Oliver
Tamer Hassan   ...   Bozlovski
Martin Sheen   ...   Highland
Larry Gilliard, Jr.   ...   Agent Barton
Jeffrey Pierce   ...   Agent Weaver
Yuriy Sardarov   ...   Leo
Ivan Fedorov   ...   The Scrounger
Ed Kelly   ...   Sen. Darden
Mike Kraft   ...   Bell
Andrew "Sir" Manning   ...   EMT
Randy Flagler   ...   Miller
Ellca McKeon Maltby   ...   Lucy
Dan Lemieux   ...   Russian Military Officer
Maxfield Lund   ...   Doctor
Jimmy Ortega   ...   Coyote
Darcy Leutzinger   ...   Vlad
Ele Bardha   ...   American Man
Nina L. Kircher   ...   Russian Woman
Devin Scillian   ...   Newscaster
Jimmy Rhoades   ...   CIA Officer
Hugh Maguire   ...   Sen. Friedman
Jamie Ridge   ...   French Woman
Sonja Crosby   ...   Employee
Nicole Forester   ...   Molly
David Shakelford   ...   Security Guard
Isaac Ellis   ...   Guard #1
Matt McColm   ...   Guard #2
Frank Fileti   ...   Bumped Pedestrian


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