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Mask of Death (May-1996)

Director: David Mitchell

Writer: R. C. Rossenfier

Music by: Norman Orenstein

Producers: David Mitchell; John Dunning

Keywords: Thriller, Crime

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Thomas Cavanagh
26-Oct-1963   Ed Stevens on Ed
Rae Dawn Chong
28-Feb-1961   Quest for Fire
Dean Haglund
29-Jul-1965   Langly on The X-Files
Lorenzo Lamas
20-Jan-1958   Renegade
Billy Dee Williams
6-Apr-1937   Lando Calrissian, Colt-45 malt liquor pitchman


Lorenzo Lamas   ...   Mason / McKenna
Rae Dawn Chong   ...   Cassandra Turner
Conrad Dunn   ...   Frank Dalilo
Jerry Wasserman   ...   Tony Lopata
Heather Hanson   ...   Danielle
Kevin McNulty   ...   Mickelson
Thomas Cavanagh   ...   Joey
Dave "Squatch" Ward   ...   Fatso
Tim Henry   ...   Capt. Beckman
Billy Dee Williams   ...   Agent Jeffries
Ciara Hunter   ...   Rachel
James Crescenzo   ...   Ralph Dalilo
Sonja Bakker   ...   Madame
Mike Ballew   ...   Dalilo's Henchman
Zoltan Buday   ...   Long Haired Henchman
Lauro Chartrand   ...   Ron
Garvin Cross   ...   Benny
Victor Favrin   ...   Victor
Dean Haglund   ...   Dealer
Terry Hawson   ...   Lurch
Shishir Inocalla   ...   Store Owner
Kelly Irving   ...   Bandana Head
Hiro Kanagawa   ...   ER Doctor
Terry King   ...   Lawyer
Victor Magnesson   ...   Patrolman
Allison Matthews   ...   Nurse
Richard Sargent   ...   Plastic Surgeon
Kim Sheppard   ...   Party Girl #1
Jude Zachary   ...   Officer Tony
Rick Burgess   ...   Tattoo Parlor Owner


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