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He co-starred in Joel Schumacher's 2002 thriller, Phone Booth, with Kiefer Sutherland and Colin Farrell.
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( 1965 – 66 ), which co-starred Hal Buckley, Joel Davison and Brooke Adams, and The Bold Ones: The Lawyers ( 1969 – 72 ).
It was directed by Sam Peckinpah and co-starred Joel McCrea, an actor who had a screen image similar to Scott's and who also from the mid-1940s on devoted his career almost exclusively to Westerns.
In 1941, Greenstreet began working for Warner Bros .. His debut film role was as Kasper Gutman (" The Fat Man ") in The Maltese Falcon, which co-starred Peter Lorre as the twitchy Joel Cairo, a pairing that would prove profitable and long-lasting for Warner Bros.
Also in 2008, Ayoade co-starred with Joel McHale in an unaired Americanisation of The IT Crowd pilot, reprising his character without any changes to his appearance or character.
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Caine also starred in Austin Powers in Goldmember ( 2002 ) as Austin's father and in 2003 he co-starred with Robert Duvall in Secondhand Lions.
Other films which he has starred or co-starred are Dance to Win ( also known as War Dancing ) ( 1989 ), Love Potion No. 9 ( 1992 ) as Enrico Pazzoli, Dead Men Can't Dance ( 1997 ), Susan's Plan ( also known as Dying to Get Rich ) ( 1998 ), Merlin: The Return ( 1999 ) as Lancelot, Convergence ( also called Premonition ) ( 1999 ), The Void ( 2001 ), The Breed ( 2001 ), Code Hunter ( 2002 ), Nemesis Game ( 2003 ) Throttle ( 2005 ), and Phantom Below ( also known as Tides of War ) ( 2005 ).
She had a brief role as a doomed gangster's wife in Sam Mendes's Road to Perdition ( 2002 ), and co-starred as Meg Ryan's brutally murdered sister in Jane Campion's erotic thriller In the Cut ( 2003 ).
In late December 2002, Mýa co-starred in the broadway musical Chicago alongside Catherine Zeta-Jones, Richard Gere, Queen Latifah, and Renée Zellweger.
4, featuring the alien cybernetic character Warlock of the team the New Mutants, Adam Warlock co-starred with Thanos in the limited series The Infinity Abyss # 1-6 ( Aug .- Oct. 2002 ; published biweekly ); Marvel Universe: The End # 1-6 ( May-Aug. 2003 ; first four issues biweekly ); and Thanos # 1-6 ( Dec. 2003-April 2004 ; two issues biweekly ).
He directed Katie Holmes in the romantic comedy, First Daughter in 2004 ; he had co-starred with Holmes in Phone Booth in 2002.
In 2002, LaPaglia co-starred as a fire captain opposite Sigourney Weaver in The Guys, a film about New York firemen who died in the World Trade Center.
Corbett has co-starred in three successful television series to date: Northern Exposure from 1990 to 1995, Sex and the City ( spanning 22 episodes from 2001 to 2002 ), and United States of Tara ( 2009 – 2011 ).
In 2002, she was cast in the Michael Hoffman drama, The Emperor's Club, which co-starred Kevin Kline and Emile Hirsch.
From 2002 to 2009, he co-starred as Captain Leland Stottlemeyer on USA Network's detective series Monk, starring Tony Shalhoub.
In November 2002 at the Comedy Theatre he co-starred with Gillian Anderson in Michael Weller's romantic comedy What the Night Is For.
In 2002, she co-starred with Edward Norton in the off-Broadway revival of Burn This and the film Death to Smoochy.
The final Dream Street release was the soundtrack album to the released 2002 film The Biggest Fan starring Dream Street member Chris Trousdale, who co-starred in this film with Kaila Amariah who played his " Biggest Fan ".
He wrote, directed and starred in the short film Borrowing Saffron ( 2002 ), which co-starred H. Jon Benjamin.
Monaghan had a big break in 2002 when she co-starred in the television series Boston Public in the role of Kimberly Woods.
He continued being cast in television and movie roles and co-starred as Greg Sparks in the late-1990s television series Sparks, with James L. Avery, Sr. and Miguel A. Nunez Jr. Howard also appeared in The Best Man in 1999, in Ashanti's music video for her 2002 single " Foolish ", and in Mary J. Blige's video for " Be Without You ".
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In between these comedic roles Day co-starred with Rex Harrison in the movie thriller Midnight Lace, an updating of the classic stage thriller Gaslight.
That same year she co-starred with Sean Connery in a second Hitchcock film, Marnie ( 1964 ), a romantic drama and psychological thriller from the novel by Winston Graham.
In 1984, she was in the comedic thriller City Heat, in which she co-starred opposite Clint Eastwood and Burt Reynolds and sang the standards " Embraceable You " and " Get Happy.
One of his most unusual films, reuniting him with Dickinson, is The Queen of Spades ( 1949 ), an odd, Gothic thriller based on the Alexander Pushkin short story, in which he co-starred with Edith Evans.
1987 saw him starring in the Bob Clark courtroom comedy From the Hip, which co-starred John Hurt and Elizabeth Perkins ; he also provided a stand-out performance in Billionaire Boys Club ( film ), a courtroom thriller based on actual events.
In 2000, Loughlin co-starred opposite Treat Williams in the Fred Olen Ray-directed thriller film Critical Mass.
He had a role in David Cronenberg's crime drama Eastern Promises ( 2007 ) and the thriller The International ( 2009 ), both of which co-starred British-Australian actress Naomi Watts.
In 2011, Lathan co-starred in the Steven Soderbergh thriller Contagion alongside Matt Damon, Jude Law, Marion Cotillard, Kate Winslet, Gwyneth Paltrow, Bryan Cranston, and Laurence Fishburne.
State of Play, a political thriller based on a BBC television series, co-starred Russell Crowe, Helen Mirren and Ben Affleck.
Two years after The Lover, she co-starred with Bruce Willis in the erotic thriller Color of Night ( 1994 ), directed by Richard Rush.
In 1971, Mills co-starred with Clint Eastwood in the thriller Play Misty For Me, which has remained her most prominent movie role to date.
The following year, Kapoor joined once again with director Ken Ghosh in the thriller Fida, where he co-starred alongside Kareena Kapoor and Fardeen Khan.
Gavin co-starred with such top leading ladies of the era as Doris Day in the 1960 thriller Midnight Lace, Sophia Loren the same year in the comedic A Breath of Scandal and, in 1961, with Susan Hayward in the melodrama Back Street and in Romanoff and Juliet and Tammy Tell Me True, both with Sandra Dee.
She co-starred in the 2003 thriller Tough Luck, Tonight at Noon opposite Ethan Hawke and the dark comedy Bad Apple with Chris Noth.
In one of her most memorable roles, Roman co-starred with Farley Granger and Robert Walker in the Alfred Hitchcock thriller Strangers on a Train ( 1951 ).
Crime thriller Dangerous Orphans ( 1986 ) is the first film in which Hurst co-starred with real-life partner Jennifer Ward-Lealand ( he had already acted with her on-stage ).
In 1964, she co-starred with Joan Crawford in both Strait-Jacket, the William Castle-directed thriller about an axe murderess, and an unsold television pilot Royal Bay, released to theaters as Della.
She co-starred with Gregory Peck and Walter Matthau in the thriller Mirage ( 1965 ), directed by Edward Dmytryk, and in Krakatoa, East of Java ( 1969 ) with Maximilian Schell.
Danny has just co-starred with Anna Walton in DEVIATION, a new British dark thriller written and directed by J. K. Amalou.