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S.W.A.T. Details


Clark Johnson's big-screen adaptation of the 1970s television series S.W.A.T. stars Colin Farrell as Jim Street, a young special weapons and tactics team member who, in the film's opening sequence, is demoted after his hothead partner Jeremy Renner shoots a hostage while trying to kill her captor. In need of good press, the higher-ups call in SWAT expert Hondo Harrelson (Samuel L. Jackson) to put together an elite team that can bring some luster back to the badge. He chooses Street, veteran T.J. (Josh Charles), and tough single mother Chris Sanchez (Michelle Rodriguez). The new team survives a series of tests before hitting the streets. Their first big assignment involves transporting an international criminal (Olivier Martinez) to federal authorities. The criminal had offered a hundred million dollars to anyone who can bust him out. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi

  • Release date:August 8, 2003


Samuel L. Jackson
as Sgt. Dan "Hondo" Harrelson
Colin Farrell
as Jim Street
Michelle Rodriguez
as Chris Sanchez
LL Cool J
as Deacon "Deke" Kaye
Josh Charles
as T.J.
Jeremy Renner
as Brian "Poker" Gamble
Brian Van Holt
as Michael Boxer
James DuMont
as Gus
Olivier Martinez
as Alex Montel
Michael Ealy
Reg E. Cathey
as Lt. Greg Velasquez
Larry Poindexter
as Capt. Thomas Fuller
Matt Gerald
as Nick
Page Kennedy
as Travis Shipley
Benjamin King
Willie Gault
as Newscaster #2
Heather Salmon
as Wounded Bank Teller
Ashley Scott
Peter Allas
as Bistro Gangster #1
Audra Platz
as Dispatcher #2
Richard Steinmetz
as S.W.A.T. Negotiator
Ricky Lopez
as Agusta Pilot #2
Sheri Goldner
as Dispatcher #1
Steve Forrest
as S.W.A.T. Truck Driver
Steven Hack
as Injured Bank Manager
Michael Guarnera
as Paramedic
Arlow Stewart
as Homeboy
Nicholas Vachon
as Agusta Pilot #1
Noel Guglielmi
as Latino Thug
Jay Acovone
as Lear Jet Pilot
Jay Montalvo
as Spanish Newscaster
Jeff Wincott
as Ed Taylor
Jenya Lano
as Monique
Andy Umberger
as Deputy Chief
Ken Rudulph
as Reporter
Kevin Davitian
as Uncle Martin Gascoigne
Krista Hartling
as Motorcycle Cop
Lindsey Ginter
as Agent Hauser
Lucinda Jenney
as Kathy
Maria Galvez
as Latino Woman
Martin Dorsla
as Hip Cop
E. Roger Mitchell
as Agent Kirkland
Neal H. Moritz
as Luxury Car Driver
Clark Johnson
as Deke's Handsome Partner
Daniel Ichikawa
as Sgt. Yamoto
Denis Arndt
as Sgt. Howard
Devika Parikh
as Jail Intake Reporter
Alex Lyras
as Bistro Gangster #2
Domenick Lombardozzi
as GQ
Elio Lupi
as Hot Dog Vendor
Gregory Sporleder
as Robber #1
Bruce Gray
as Mr. Richard Segerstrom
Frankie Jay Allison
as Robber #2
Larry McCormick
as Himself
Joe Bucaro III
as Robber #3
Reed Diamond
as Officer David Burress
David St. James
as Polish Hostage
Brad Crosby
as Lee
Iris Little Thomas
as Bank Supervisor
Brian Leckner
as Cashier


Clark Johnson
Neal H. Moritz
Dan Halsted
David Ayer
David McKenna
Jim McClain
Screen Story
Jim McClain
Ron Mita
Screen Story
Ron Mita
Gabriel Beristain
Evyen Klean
Musical Direction/Supervision
Elliot Goldenthal
Composer (Music Score)
Michael Tronick
Mayne Berke
Production Designer
Gershon Ginsburg
Art Director
Amanda Cohen
George Huang
Todd Black
Executive Producer
Louis D'Esposito
Executive Producer
Betty Krul
Set Designer
Josh Lusby
Set Designer
Casey Hallenbeck
Set Designer
Dean Wolcott
Set Designer
Steve Nelson
Sound/Sound Designer
Cameron Frankley
Sound/Sound Designer
Lars P. Winther
First Assistant Director
Seth Arnett
Sarah Halley-Finn
Randi Hiller
Timothy Record
Production Assistant
Anette Haellmigk
Additional Cinematography
Cameron Frankley
Supervising Sound Editor
Steven Bernstein
Additional Cinematography