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For Hire (1997)

Director: Jean Pellerin

Writers: Karen Erbach; Leah M. Kerr

Music Composed by: Alan Reeves

Producers: Pieter Krooneburg; Julie Allan

Keywords: Thriller

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Rob Lowe
17-Mar-1964   Brat-packer, Sam on The West Wing
Joe Mantegna
13-Nov-1947   David Rossi on Criminal Minds


Rob Lowe   ...   Mitch Lawrence
Joe Mantegna   ...   Alan Webber
Bronwen Booth   ...   Faye Lawrence
Charles Powell   ...   Joe Watson
Steve Adams   ...   Tom Kellman
Jack Langedijk   ...   Vic Mann
Marie-Josée Longchamps   ...   Snobbish Saleslady
Special Appearance by
Jean-Louis Roux   ...   Prof. Gerald Lambert
John Dunn-Hill   ...   Larry Sharp
Carl Alacchi   ...   Cabbie 1
Roberto Ozores   ...   Cabbie 2
Howard Rosenstein   ...   Faye's Boss, Richard
Neil Kroetsch   ...   Dr. Shepherd
Ralph Allison   ...   The Good Doctor
Susan Glover   ...   Dr. Peterson's Receptionist
Burke Lawrence   ...   Bartender Mike
Larry Day   ...   Himself
Howard Bilerman   ...   TV Technician
Richard Jutras   ...   Cop at Motel
Mark Camacho   ...   Det. Lawlor
Jonathan Stark   ...   Investigator
Ian Watson   ...   New Tenant
Jacklin Webb   ...   Walnut Hill Nurse
George Thomas   ...   Walnut Hill Nurse
Gary A. McMillan   ...   Security Guard
Dominic Philie   ...   Sleeping Resident
Peter Colvey   ...   Policeman
Sheena Larkin   ...   Webber's Secretary, Sheila
The Theater Company
Leni Parker   ...   Day Job, Flowershop
Matt Holland   ...   Day Job, Gourmet Deli
Donovan Reiter   ...   Day Job, News Stand


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