The Foreigner

The Foreigner

The Foreigner

The Foreigner

Quan is a humble London businessman whose long-buried past erupts in a revenge-fueled vendetta when the only person left for him to love – his teenage daughter – dies in a senseless act of politically-motivated terrorism. His relentless search to find the terrorists leads to a cat-and-mouse conflict with a British government official whose own past may hold the clues to the identities of the elusive killers.

The Foreigner Details

Title The Foreigner
Air Date Sep 28, 2017
Runtime 113 Minutes
Genres Action, Thriller, Drama
Cast Jackie Chan (Quan Ngoc Minh), Pierce Brosnan (Liam Hennessy), Orla Brady (Mary Hennessy), Rory Fleck-Byrne (Sean Morrison), Charlie Murphy (Maggie / Sara McKay), Liu Tao (Keyi Lan), Michael McElhatton (Jim Kavanagh), Lia Williams (Katherine Davies), Katie Leung (Fan), Ray Fearon (Commander Richard Bromley), Shina Shihoko Nagai (Journalist), Manolo Cardona (Pedro Lopez), Simon Kunz (Matthew Rice), Dermot Crowley (Hugh McGrath), Pippa Bennett-Warner (Marissa Levett), Roberta Taylor (Mrs. Taylor), Rufus Jones (Ian Wood), Niall McNamee (Patrick O'Reilly), Jorge Leon Martinez (Forensic Officer), Dilyana Bouklieva (Paramedic), Mark Tandy (Simpson), Lasco Atkins (Soundman), Stephen Hogan (Christy Murphy), Paul Terry (I.R.A. Guard), Dino Fazzani (Firefighter), Lee Nicholas Harris (Police officer), Branwell Donaghey (Ginge), Dolly Jagdeo (Teacher), Glenn Webster (Police Officer / SO19), James O'Donnell (Sniper 3), Sean Campion (Byard Cary), Kevin Hudson (Hennessy Guard), Ilan Goodman (Landesman), Ryan Early (Scotland Yard Receptionist), David Annen (Prime Minister), Kornelia Horvath (Passerby), Joe Watts (Lout), Simon Lenagan (Electrician), Caolan Byrne (McCormick), Ekran Mustafa (Pub Punter), Mike Ray (Businessman), Michael Billington (MI5 Tech), Garry Marriott (Paramedic), Paul A Munday (Construction Worker), Rohan Mehra (News Reporter), Adrian McGaw (Jacko), Glen Stanway (Hennessy Guard), Charlotte Worwood (Burn Victim), Pete Meads (Traffic Walden), Melissa Galloway (Student), Gerald Tomkinson (Airport Passenger), Chris Groundsell (Bridge Passerby), Billy Totham (Footballer), Jane Thorne (Mrs. McAllister), Shaun Lucas (Dog Walker), Bron James (Journalist), Edward Scott-Clarke (Prime Minister's Aide), Dan Twine (News Reporting Camera Operator), Matt Rentell (Police Officer), Tim Baros (Passerby), Mark Windham (Pub Punter), Steven Langley (Hennessy guard), Nicolas Savidis-Macris (Passerby), Emma Jerrold (Woman at Airport Bar), Neal Beagley (Hardened IRA (uncredited)), Darren Tassell (Pub Customer), Mark Battershill (Police Officer (uncredited)), Alexander Cooper (Airport passenger (uncredited)), Pamela Betsy Cooper (Business Women (uncredited)), Tom Dab (Passerby (uncredited)), Begona F. Martin (Airport Passenger (uncredited)), Roberto Gomez Martin (TV News Cameraman (uncredited)), Hugh Irvine (Belfast Business Man (uncredited)), John Cronin (Denis Fisher), Donna Bernard (Channel A News Anchor), Aaron Monaghan (Pat Nugent), David Pearse (Billy McMahon), Scott Sparrow (Daniel Barrie), Seán Gleeson (Billy Mahre), Thusitha Jayasundera (Mira), Jonathan Cullen (Security Expert), Grainne Keenan (Beth), Stuart Graham (Inspector Donal Greig), Julian Druker (Channel B News Reporter), Robin Oakley (Channel B News Reporter), Aden Gillett (Ross), Charlie Bewley (Joker), Bill Buckhurst (Airport Police Officer)