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The Thaw (30-Aug-2009)

Director: Mark A. Lewis

Writers: Mark A. Lewis; Michael W. Lewis

Music by: Michael Neilson

Producers: Rob Neilson; Trent Carlson; Mary Anne Waterhouse

Keywords: Sci-Fi/Horror

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Evan Adams
15-Nov-1966   Smoke Signals
Aaron Ashmore
7-Oct-1979   Jimmy Olsen on Smallville
Garry Chalk
17-Feb-1952   Michael Oakes on The Killing
William B. Davis
13-Jan-1938   Cancer Man on The X-Files
Val Kilmer
31-Dec-1959   Real Genius
Martha MacIsaac
11-Oct-1984   Emily of New Moon
Kyle Schmid
24-Aug-1984   Henry Fitzroy on Blood Ties


Martha MacIsaac   ...   Evelyn
Aaron Ashmore   ...   Atom Galen
Kyle Schmid   ...   Federico Fulce
Steph Song   ...   Ling Chen
Val Kilmer   ...   Dr. Kruipen
Alexandra Staseson   ...   Infected Girl
Brad Dryborough   ...   Man With Needle
Greg Rogers   ...   Webcam Voice (voice)
William B. Davis   ...   Ted
Brad Dryborough   ...   Fishing Reporter
Garry Chalk   ...   Jack
Peter Kelamis   ...   Mike
Brenda M. Crichlow   ...   Anchorwoman
Anne Marie DeLuise   ...   Jane
John Callander   ...   Edward
Lamech Kadloo   ...   Nuti
Evan Adams   ...   Prof. Anderson
Sebastian Gacki   ...   Chad
Viv Leacock   ...   Bart
Alejandro Rae   ...   Rob
Kurt Evans   ...   Rescue Co-Pilot
Shawn Stone   ...   Rescue Pilot
Michaela Washburn   ...   Rescuer Coast Guard
Michael Dobson   ...   Radio Caller #1 (voice)
Michael Dobson   ...   Radio Caller #2 (voice)


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