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The Chameleon (23-Apr-2010)

Director: Jean-Paul Salomé

Writers: Jean-Paul Salomé; Natalie Carter

Based on a book: The Chameleon by Christophe d'Antonio

Music by: Bruno Calais

Producers: Cooper Richey; Bill Perkins; Ram Bergman; Marie-Castille Mention-Schaar; Pierre Kubel

Keywords: True Crime, Biography

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ellen Barkin
16-Apr-1954   Siesta
Nick Chinlund
18-Nov-1961   A Brother's Kiss
Famke Janssen
5-Nov-1965   X-Men, Bond Girl
Emilie de Ravin
27-Dec-1981   Claire on Lost
Nick Stahl
5-Dec-1979   Carnivŕle


Marc-André Grondin   ...   Frederic Fortin / Nicholas Mark Randall
Famke Janssen   ...   Jennifer Johnson
Ellen Barkin   ...   Kimberly Miller
Emilie de Ravin   ...   Kathy Jansen
Tory Kittles   ...   Dan Price
Brian Geraghty   ...   Brian Jansen
Nick Chinlund   ...   Mitch
Nick Stahl   ...   Brendan Kerrigan
James DuMont   ...   BRPD Cop A
Ritchie Montgomery   ...   Diner Owner
Lance Nichols   ...   FBI Doctor
Estelle Larrivaz   ...   Female Gendarme
Xavier Beauvois   ...   Gendarme
Lindsay Soileau   ...   Girl #1
Katy Peppard   ...   Girl #2
Kent Jude Bernard   ...   Player #1
Gabe Begneaud   ...   Player #2
Sergio March   ...   Spanish Policeman
Everett Sifuentes   ...   Superintendent
Josh Gates   ...   Tattoo Artist
J. D. Evermore   ...   Worker
Gary Grubbs   ...   John Striker
Jean-Paul Salomé   ...   Attorney
Logan Smith   ...   County Sheriff #1
Braden Delee   ...   Young Frederic


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