Frederick Forsyth's Icon


Frederick Forsyth's Icon

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In this two-part cable miniseries based on a novel by Frederick Forsyth (hence the proprietary title), a post-Communist Russia is mired in chaos and confusion. Emerging from the crowd to lead his fellow Russians out of the darkness and into the light is the fabulously popular presidential candidate Igor Komarov (Patrick Bergin). What virtually no one suspects is that Komarov is a ruthlessly dedicated "old liner," who intends to return his homeland to a repressive military dictatorship, using brutal former KGB officer Anotoly Grishin (Annika Peterson) as his "hatchet woman." The only person savvy to what Komarov is up to is former CIA operative Jason Monk (Patrick Swayze), who takes it upon himself to save the new Russia from a horrendous fate -- and, incidentally, to settle a personal score with the beautiful but deadly Grishin. Produced for the Hallmark channel, Frederick Forsyth's Icon debuted on May 30, 2005.


Patrick Swayze
as Jason Monk
Annika Peterson
as Sonia Astrova
Ben Cross
as Anatoli Grishin
Patrick Bergin
as Igor Komarov
Michael York
as Sir Nigel Irvine
Jeff Fahey
as Harvey Blackledge
Barry Morse
as Cherkassov
Steven Speirs
as Viktor Akopov
Joss Ackland
as Gen. Nikolayev
Dodel Daneti
as Leonid Zaitsev
Tom Wlaschiha
as Dolgonosov
Marian Bachev
as Sergei Akopov
Rositza Danailova
as Zaitsev's Daughter
Nikki Sotirov
as Yuri Gunnadi
Kamen Kostov
as Dr. Tebya
Vladimir Bonev
as Gen. Korin
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