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Underworld (Jun-1996)

Director: Roger Christian

Writer: Larry Bishop

Music by: Anthony Marinelli

Producers: Robert Vince; William Vince

Keywords: Crime

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Denis Leary
18-Aug-1957   Loud, smoking comic
Traci Lords
7-May-1968   We Love You, Traci
Joe Mantegna
13-Nov-1947   David Rossi on Criminal Minds
Annabella Sciorra
29-Mar-1960   The bride in True Love
James Tolkan
20-Jun-1931   Back to the Future
Abe Vigoda
24-Feb-1921 26-Jan-2016 Fish on Barney Miller


Denis Leary   ...   Johnny Crown / Johnny Alt
Joe Mantegna   ...   Frank Gavilan / Richard Essex
Annabella Sciorra   ...   Dr. Leah
Larry Bishop   ...   Ned Lynch
James Tolkan   ...   Dan "Iceberg" Eagan
Heidi Schanz   ...   Simone / Joyce Alt
Cristi Conaway   ...   Julianne
Traci Lords   ...   Anna
Jimmie F. Skaggs   ...   Smilin' Phil Fox / Todd Streeb
Angela Jones   ...   Janette
Michael David Simms   ...   Mitch Reed
Amy Moon   ...   Ava
Robert Costanzo   ...   Stan
Abe Vigoda   ...   Will Cassady
Marc Baur   ...   Leo
Michael Benyaer   ...   Vince
Tracey Mannen   ...   Stripper
Claudio De Victor   ...   Bartender
Nino Caratozzolo   ...   Billy Dax
Darcy Laurie   ...   Buster Powell
Ken Roberts   ...   Wild Man Palmer
Dave "Squatch" Ward   ...   Slim Crawford
Dean Wray   ...   Walt Clayton
Frank Ferrucci   ...   Villa Essex Man
L. Harvey Gold   ...   Villa Essex Man
Philip Granger   ...   Villa Essex Man
Sal Sortino   ...   Villa Essex Man
Christine Anthony   ...   Showgirl
Thomasina Grieve   ...   Showgirl
Diana Vlaskalic   ...   Showgirl


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