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Company Business (6-Sep-1991)

Director: Nicholas Meyer

Writer: Nicholas Meyer

Music by: Michael Kamen

Producer: Steven-Charles Jaffe

Keywords: Drama, Espionage

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Mikhail Baryshnikov
Dancer
27-Jan-1948   Kirov ballet dancer defected to USA
Gene Hackman
Actor
30-Jan-1930   The Conversation
Terry O'Quinn
Actor
15-Jul-1952   Locke on Lost
Kurtwood Smith
Actor
3-Jul-1943   Red on That 70's Show
Daniel von Bargen
Actor
5-Jun-1950   Kruger on Seinfeld

CAST

Gene Hackman   ...   Sam Boyd
Mikhail Baryshnikov   ...   Pyotr Grushenko
Kurtwood Smith   ...   Elliot Jaffe
Terry O'Quinn   ...   Col. Grissom
Daniel von Bargen   ...   Mike Flinn
Oleg Rudnik   ...   Grigori Golitsin
and
Geraldine Danon   ...   Natasha Grimaud
Featuring
Nadim Sawalha   ...   Faisal
Michael Tomlinson   ...   Dick Maxfield
Bob Sherman   ...   Sobel
Adele Anderson   ...   Marlene
Joachim Bliese   ...   Horst
Howard McGillin   ...   Bruce Wilson
Louis Eppolito   ...   Gonzalez
Toby Eckholt   ...   Nerdy Young Man
Elsa O'Toole   ...   Receptionist
Kate Harper   ...   Secretary
Shane Rimmer   ...   Chairman
Andreas Grothusen   ...   Klaus
Hans Eckhardt   ...   Subway Driver
Christof Piesk   ...   Berlin Policeman
Boris Isarov   ...   Russian Aide
Francis Le Maire   ...   Maitre D'
Ali Cilasun   ...   Bedouin
Michel Zurek   ...   French Aide
Gerard Lartigau   ...   Salesman

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