Cleaner is a 2007 American thriller film directed by Renny Harlin, starring Samuel L. Jackson, Ed Harris, Keke Palmer and Eva Mendes. Single father and former cop Tom Cutler has an unusual occupation: he owns and operates a crime scene cleanup company, performs many of the duties himself; when he is called to a wealthy suburban residence after a brutal shooting, Cutler is shocked to learn he may have unknowingly erased crucial evidence, becomes entangled in a dirty criminal cover-up. The film received negative reviews from critics, it holds a 17% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Samuel L. Jackson as Tom Cutler Ed Harris as Eddie Lorenzo Keke Palmer as Rose Cutler Eva Mendes as Ann Norcut Luis Guzmán as Det. Jim Vargas Maggie Lawson as Cherie Jose Pablo Cantillo as Miguel Robert Forster as Arlo Grange Edrick Browne as Det. Darrin Harris Marc Macaulay as Vic Peter Franzén as Bronson Rosalind Rubin as Crying Woman Mike Guy as Priest #1 Richard Folmer as Priest #2 James Barnes as Lawyer Linda Leonard as Francine Mason Ritchie Montgomery as George Walton Patrick Kirton as Jeff Lang Peyton Wetzel as Hotel Manager Soundtrack composed by Richard Gibbs Cleaner was released on May 27, 2008 in the U.
S. and opened at #5 and sold 75,312 DVD units, which gathered revenue of $1,505,487. It went on to sell 402,010 DVDs which translated to revenue of $7,804,765. Cleaner on IMDb Cleaner trailer Cleaner at Rotten Tomatoes
Tim Baltz is an American comedian and writer. He served as a "citizen journalist" on the Comedy Central series The Opposition with Jordan Klepper. Born in Joliet, Baltz graduated from Joliet Central High School in 1999, he began his training as a comedian at the Second City in Chicago, where he first met Jordan Klepper. He trained at the iO Theater in Chicago, he appeared on the Comedy Central series Drunk History, made appearances on Veep, Better Call Saul, Parks and Recreation, among other series. He played a realtor on the Seeso series Bajillion Dollar Propertie$. With Ted Tremper, he co-created Shrink, a comedy TV series for which the pilot premiered at the New York Television Festival, where it won "Best Comedy Pilot" and the "Critics Award". In 2016, it was ordered to be made into a full series by NBC, premiered on Seeso in March 2017. Baltz stars in the series as David Tracey, a recent graduate from medical school who, after failing to obtain a residency, decides to become a therapist instead
Clifford G. Williams was a Welsh rugby union, professional rugby league footballer who played in the 1960s and 1970s, he played representative level rugby union for Monmouthshire County RFC, at invitational level for Crawshays RFC, at for club level Hafodyrynys RFC, Cross Keys RFC, Newport RFC, as a scrum-half, i.e. number 9, representative level rugby league for Wales, at club level for Hunslet and Swinton, as a scrum-half, i.e. number 7. Cliff Williams was born in Abercarn, Wales, he died aged 74 in Leeds, West Yorkshire, his funeral took place at Lawnswood Cemetery, he is buried in his Hunslet team blazer in grave number-7 at Whinmoor Cemetery, Leeds. Cliff Williams won a cap for Wales while at Hunslet in 1970. Cliff Williams played for Monmouthshire County RFC during 1966, his final game of rugby union was the victory over Glamorgan County RFC. Cliff Williams played for Crawshays RFC during 1965. Cliff Williams was signed by Newport RFC as a replacement for Bob Prosser, Cliff Williams made his début for Newport RFC against Wasps RFC on Saturday 23 October 1965, he joined Hunslet on Friday 27 May 1966.
Profile at blackandambers.co.uk Ex-Cross Keys and Wales rugby league star Cliff Williams dies Cliff Williams Profile at swintonlionsrlc.co.uk