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The Rich Man's Wife (13-Sep-1996)

Director: Amy Holden Jones

Writer: Amy Holden Jones

Music by: John Frizzell

Producers: Richard Birnbaum; Julie Bergman Sender

Keywords: Thriller, Unjustly Accused

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Halle Berry
14-Aug-1966   Monster's Ball
Frankie Faison
10-Jun-1949   Commissioner Burrell on The Wire
Peter Greene
8-Oct-1965   Laws of Gravity
Alexandra Hedison
10-Jul-1969   Jodie Foster's Wife
Christopher McDonald
15-Feb-1955   Happy Gilmore
Clive Owen
3-Oct-1964   The Bourne Identity assassin
Valente Rodriguez
14-Feb-1961   Ernie on George Lopez


Halle Berry   ...   Josie Potenza
Christopher McDonald   ...   Tony Potenza
Clive Owen   ...   Jake Golden
Peter Greene   ...   Cole
Charles Hallahan   ...   Dan Fredricks
Frankie Faison   ...   Ron Lewis
Clea Lewis   ...   Nora Golden
Loyda Ramos   ...   Grace
William Crossett   ...   Cab Driver
Eddie Francis   ...   Bartender
Lou DiMaggio   ...   Party Guest
Alexandra Hedison   ...   Party Guest
John Paragon   ...   Maitre D'
Marc Shelton   ...   Instateller Man
Kelly Jo Minter   ...   Cursing Hooker
Allan Rich   ...   Bill Adolphe
Marc Lynn   ...   Police Photographer
Zoaunne Le Roy   ...   Gray-Haired Waitress
Greg Serano   ...   Gangbanger
Michelle Bonilla   ...   Gangbanger
Rolando Molina   ...   Gangbanger
Valente Rodriguez   ...   Freeway Driver
Michael Marich   ...   Williams
Suzanne Michaels   ...   Newscaster
Bruce Wright   ...   Newscaster
Angela Nogaro   ...   Receptionist


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