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Noah's Ark (2-May-1999)

Director: John Irvin

Writer: Peter Barnes

Music by: Paul Grabowsky

Producer: Stephen Jones

Keywords: Drama, Bible

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
F. Murray Abraham
24-Oct-1939   Mozart's antagonist in Amadeus
Jonathan Cake
31-Aug-1967   The One and Only
James Coburn
31-Aug-1928 18-Nov-2002 Our Man Flint
Alexis Denisof
25-Feb-1966   Wesley Wyndam-Pryce on Angel
Carol Kane
18-Jun-1952   Simka on Taxi
Emily Mortimer
1-Dec-1971   Lovely & Amazing
Mary Steenburgen
8-Feb-1953   Goin' South
Jon Voight
29-Dec-1938   Midnight Cowboy
Sonya Walger
6-Jun-1974   The Mind of the Married Man


Jon Voight   ...   Noah
Mary Steenburgen   ...   Naamah
F. Murray Abraham   ...   Lot
Carol Kane   ...   Sarah
Mark Bazeley   ...   Shem
Jonathan Cake   ...   Japhet
Alexis Denisof   ...   Ham
Emily Mortimer   ...   Esther
Sydney Poitier   ...   Ruth
Sonya Walger   ...   Miriam
James Coburn   ...   The Peddler
Max Phipps   ...   Jezer
Joseph Spano   ...   Micah
Terry Norris   ...   High Priest
Jonathan Biggins   ...   First Priest
Michael Sheridan   ...   Second Priest
Robert Essex   ...   Old Zur
Paul Bertram   ...   Joel
Howard Stanley   ...   Tola
Julie Day   ...   Bertha
Monica Maughan   ...   Rachel
Deni Gordon   ...   Ruth's Mother
Evelyn Krape   ...   Esther's Mother
Daniel Daperis   ...   Young Shem
William Dayble   ...   Young Japheth
Jonathan Encavey   ...   Young Ham
Dino Marnika   ...   Rufus
Linda Ross   ...   Micah's Wife
Clarence Biyan   ...   Pirate 1
Michael O'Malley   ...   Pirate 2


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