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Lawnmower Man 2: Beyond Cyberspace (12-Jan-1996)

Director: Farhad Mann

Writers: Farhad Mann; Michael Miner

Music by: Robert Folk

Producers: Keith Fox; Edward Simons

Keywords: Sci-Fi

Sequel to The Lawnmower Man (1992).

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Patrick Bergin
4-Feb-1951   Sleeping with the Enemy
Matt Frewer
4-Jan-1958   Max Headroom
Molly Shannon
16-Sep-1964   Saturday Night Live


Patrick Bergin   ...   Dr. Benjamin Trace
Matt Frewer   ...   Jobe
Austin O'Brien   ...   Peter
Ely Pouget   ...   Cori
Camille Cooper   ...   Jennifer
Patrick La Brecque   ...   Shawn
Crystal Celeste Grant   ...   Jade
Sean Parhm   ...   Travis
Mathew Valencia   ...   Homeless Kid
Kevin Conway   ...   Walker
Trever O'Brien   ...   Young Peter
Richard Fancy   ...   Sen. Greenspan
Ellis Williams   ...   Chief of Security
Castulo Guerra   ...   Guillermo
Molly Shannon   ...   Homeless Lady
Ralph Ahn   ...   Doctor
David Byrd   ...   Judge
Stephanie Menuez   ...   Female Lawyer
Nancy Chen   ...   Cashier
Amanda Hillwood   ...   News Anchor
Patricia Belcher   ...   Impatient Customer
Gregg Daniel   ...   Trace's Lawyer
Arthur Mendoza   ...   Technician
Dale E. House   ...   Helicopter Pilot
John Benjamin Martin   ...   Henry the Guard
Ayo Adejugbe   ...   Nigerian Businessman
Yoshio Be   ...   Japanese Businessman
Carl Carlsson-Wollbruck   ...   German Businessman
David Gibbs   ...   Male Pilot
Pamela West   ...   Female Co-Pilot
Dan Lipe   ...   Securtiy Guard
Kenny Endoso   ...   Train Conductor


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