Chameleon 3: Dark Angel

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Chameleon 3: Dark Angel
Chameleon 3, Dark Angel (2000) Film Poster.jpeg
Film Poster
Directed by John Lafia
Produced by Brian Burgess
Bennett Cohen (Co-Producer)
Written by Bennett Cohen (Characters)
Ronnie Christensen (Written by)
Music by Joel Goldsmith
Cinematography David Foreman
Edited by Joel Goodman
Distributed by CBS Television Distribution
Release date
  • May 19, 2000 (2000-05-19)
Running time
87 min.
Country United States/Australia
Language English

Chameleon 3: Dark Angel is a 2000 American television-science fiction film. It was directed by John Lafia and started Bobbie Phillips as Kam. The movie is a sequel to Chameleon[1] and Chameleon II: Death Match.[2]


In the third and last film of the trilogy, Kam, a genetically engineered agent, attempts to thwart the plans of her evil twin brother.


  • Bobbie Phillips as Kam
  • Teal Redmann as Dr. Tess Adkins
  • Alex Kuzelicki as Kane
  • Doug Penty as Ben Merrit, Kam's Handler for IBI
  • Suzi Dougherty as Victoria, IBI Shrink
  • Jonathan Stuart as Jeremy Callow, IBI Med Tech


Robert Pardi from TV Guide gave film five out of five stars, statting: "Fans of the CHAMELEON franchise won't be disappointed by the this second sequel, which chronicles the further adventures of a DNA-improved policewoman of the future who's part falcon, part chameleon, part coyote and all fox!".[3]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Chameleon (1998) (TV)
  2. ^ Chameleon II: Death Match (1999) (TV)
  3. ^ Pardi, Robert. "Chameleon 3: Dark Angel". TV Guide. Retrieved 12 April 2017.

External links[edit]