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Faras Rabadi

Faras Rabadi is known for his work on Godzilla (1998), Wrong Turn (2003) and Out of Line (2001). See full bio »

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Known For

Godzilla
Godzilla Casting Department
(1998)
Wrong Turn
Wrong Turn Casting Department
(2003)
Out of Line
Out of Line Casting Department
(2001)
Entity: Nine
Entity: Nine Casting Director
(2006)

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 2003/I Wrong Turn (casting associate)
 2002 Homeward Bound (TV Movie) (casting associate)
 2001 Out of Line (casting associate: Los Angeles)
 2001 Lip Service (casting associate)
 2000 In the Weeds (casting associate)
 1999 The New Adventures of A.R.K. (TV Series) (casting associate)
 1999 Good vs Evil (TV Series) (casting associate)
 1998 Brimstone (TV Series) (casting associate)
 1998 T-Rex: Back to the Cretaceous (casting assistant)
 1998 Any Day Now (TV Series) (casting assistant - 1 episode)
- Unfinished Symphony (1998) ... (casting assistant)
 1998/I Godzilla (casting assistant)
 1998 Brave New World (TV Movie) (casting assistant)
 1998 The Prophecy II (Video) (casting assistant)
 1997 Soldier of Fortune, Inc. (TV Series) (casting assistant - pilot episode)
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