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Behind Enemy Lines 3: Colombia (6-Jan-2009)

Director: Tim Matheson

Writer: Tobias Iaconis

Music by: Joseph Conlan

Producers: Michael Lake; Jeff Freilich

Keywords: Action/Adventure

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Steven Bauer
2-Dec-1956   Scarface
Keith David
4-Jun-1956   DCI in Agent Cody Banks
Joe Manganiello
28-Dec-1976   Alcide Herveaux on True Blood
Tim Matheson
31-Dec-1947   Otter in Animal House


Joe Manganiello   ...   Sean Macklin
Mr. Kennedy   ...   Carter Holt
Yancey Arias   ...   Alvaro Cardona
Channon Roe   ...   Kevin Derricks
Tim Matheson   ...   Dobb
Chris J. Johnson   ...   Steve Gaines
Steven Bauer   ...   Gen. Manuel Valez
Keith David   ...   Cmdr. Scott Boytano
Antony Matos   ...   Greg Armstrong
Jennice Fuentes   ...   Nicole Jenkins
Luzangeli Justiniano   ...   Maria Cardona
Anibal O. Lleras   ...   Carlos Rivera
Rey Hernández   ...   Ramirez
Roy Sánchez-Vahamonde   ...   TV Reporter
Tom Minder   ...   Op-Tech
Fernando Allende   ...   President Rio
Mauricio Rojas   ...   Vendor
Jaime Irizarry   ...   Maintenance Technician
Sergio A. Salazar Rodríguez   ...   Helicopter Pilot
David Bedell   ...   Helicopter Co-Pilot
Dale Cannon   ...   Gunner
Luis Raúl Alcocer   ...   Guard #1
Justice Maynard   ...   Alvaro Soldier
Antony Matos   ...   Alvaro Soldier
Albert Valladares   ...   Alvaro Soldier
Jeff Moldovan   ...   Afeur Soldier
Don Abbatiello   ...   Afeur Soldier
Christopher Parker   ...   Afeur Soldier
Ramón A. Vázquez   ...   Afeur Soldier
Eliexer Rodriguez   ...   Afeur Soldier


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