Dennis Quaid as Rev. Shaw Moore in Footloose (2011)

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Photo of Dennis Quaid as "Rev. Shaw Moore" in "Footloose" (2011). This picture comes from the official trailer of "Footloose", as mentionned by the poster.

Dennis Quaid is an American actor.

As an actor, Dennis Quaid has performed in movies such as "The Parent Trap", released in 1998 (Nick Parker), "Something to Talk About" (1995) (Eddie Bichon), "Our Winning Season" (1978) playing Paul Fleishauer, "Come See the Paradise" (1990) in which he plays Jack McGurn, "Yours, Mine and Ours" (2005) playing Frank Beardsley, and "The Right Stuff" (1983) (Gordon Cooper).

More details about "Footloose":

Starring K. Wormald (Ren MacCormack), J. Hough (Ariel Moore), Dennis Quaid (Rev. Shaw Moore), Z. Colon (Rusty Rodriguez), Ray McKinnon (Wes Warnicker) and Miles Teller (Willard), "Footloose" is a Comedy/Drama film directed by Craig Brewer, and written by J. Hartmere (writer) and Craig Brewer (screenplay), released on October 14 of 2011 in the USA.

As an actress, J. Hough has been seen in movies such as "Burlesque", released in 2010 in which she portrays Georgia, "Rock of Ages" (2012) playing Sherrie Christian, "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" (2001), "Safe Haven" (2013) (character: Katie Feldman), "Dirty Grandpa" (2016) in which she portrays Meredith Goldstein.

Craig Brewer, the film director:

Craig Brewer is an American screenwriter, writer, director, producer, and cinematographer. Craig Brewer has directed movies such as "Black Snake Moan", released in 2006, "Hustle & Flow" (2005).

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Source: The Official Trailer.

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