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Hero Wanted (28-Mar-2008)

Director: Brian Smrz

Writers: Chad Law; Evan Law

Music by: Kenneth Burgomaster

Producers: Johnny Martin; Richard Salvatore; Dave Ornston; Les Weldon; Danny Lerner

Keywords: Action/Adventure

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Kim Coates
1959   Alex Trager on Sons of Anarchy
Ben Cross
16-Dec-1947   Chariots of Fire
Tommy Flanagan
3-Jul-1965   Dead Dogs Lie
Cuba Gooding, Jr.
2-Jan-1968   Show him the money already
Ray Liotta
18-Dec-1954   Goodfellas
Norman Reedus
6-Jan-1969   Gossip
Jean Smart
13-Sep-1959   Charlene on Designing Women


Cuba Gooding, Jr.   ...   Liam Case
Ray Liotta   ...   Terry Subcott
Kim Coates   ...   Skinner
Tommy Flanagan   ...   Derek
Norman Reedus   ...   Swain
Jean Smart   ...   Melanie McQueen
Christa Campbell   ...   Kayla
Steven Kozlowski   ...   Lynch
Paul Sampson   ...   Gordy
Ben Cross   ...   Cosmo Jackson
Todd Jensen   ...   Wallace MacTee
Gary Cairns II   ...   Gill
Samantha Hanratty   ...   Marley Singer
Elitza Rajeva   ...   Dawn Case
Nasko Srebrev   ...   Bartender
Lisa Dunne   ...   Marley's Mom
Tom Nelson   ...   Security Guard
Nikolai Stanoev   ...   Gum Salesman
Sergio Buenrostro   ...   Rookie Cop
Mimi Rigassio   ...   Receptionist
Nathan Bautista   ...   Door Dude
Sunnie Merrill   ...   Bakery Woman
Michael Straub   ...   Scrubs
George Asenov   ...   Paramedic #1
Amy Davis   ...   Waitress
Carol Smrz   ...   Family in Bank
Jenna Smrz   ...   Family in Bank
Colton Smrz   ...   Family in Bank


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