The Blind Side

Based on the extraordinary true story

Category: Drama
The story of Michael Oher, a homeless and traumatized boy who became an All American football player and first round NFL draft pick with the help of a caring woman and her family.

Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 2009-11-20
Run time: 129 minute / 2:9
Budget: $29,000,000
Revenue: $309,208,309
Director: John Lee Hancock
Production Companies : Warner Bros. Pictures, Alcon Entertainment
Production Country: United States of America


Sandra Bullock
as Leigh Anne Tuohy
Tim McGraw
as Sean Tuohy
Quinton Aaron
as Michael Oher
Jae Head
as S.J. Tuohy
Lily Collins
as Collins Tuohy
Ray McKinnon
as Coach Cotton
Kim Dickens
as Mrs. Boswell
Adriane Lenox
as Denise Oher
Kathy Bates
as Miss Sue
Catherine Dyer
as Mrs. Smith
Andy Stahl
as Principal Sandstrom
Tom Nowicki
as Literature Teacher
Libby Whittemore
as Sarcastic Teacher
Brian Hollan
as Jay Collis
Melody Weintraub
as History Teacher
Sharon Conley
as Investigator Granger
Omar J. Dorsey
as "Big Tony" Hamilton
Paul Amadi
as Steven Hamilton
Irone Singleton
as Alton
Hampton Fluker
as David
Rhoda Griffis
as Beth
Eaddy Mays
as Elaine
Ashley LeConte Campbell
as Sherry
Stacey Turner
as DMV Employee
Elizabeth Omilami
as CPS Employee
Afemo Omilami
as CPS Caseworker
Maria Howell
as CPS Welfare Worker
Patrick G. Keenan
as Man In CPS Line
Eric Benson
as Milford #66
David Dwyer
as Milford Dad
Catherine Combs
as Collins's Friend #1
Kelly Johns
as Collins's Friend #2
Robert Pralgo
as Lemming's Associate
Whitney Branan
as Lemming's Secretary #1
Brian Sutherin
as Lemming's Secretary #2
Rachel St. Gelais
as Little Girl on Playground
Brandon Rivers
as Michael Age Seven
Jody Thompson
as Paramedic
James Donadio
as Photographer
L. Warren Young
as Big and Tall Salesman
Brett Rice
as Cousin Bobby
Kevin Nichols
as Memphis Policeman
Preston Wigasi Brant
as Michael's Brother
Matthew Atkinson
as Valet Parker
Trey Best
as Michael's Brother Age Twelve
Omid Soltani
as Rug Salesman
Destiny Long
as Alton's Girlfriend
April Rich
as Teacher In Lounge
Jaye Tyroff
as Milford Player #35
Ben Keen
as Wingate Quarterback
John Newberg
as Official
John Henry Hancock
as Rabid Ole Miss Fan
Joe Chrest
as Clemson Coach
Michael Fisher
as Georgia Assistant Coach
Lamont Koonce
as Tennessee Assistant Coach
Phillip Fulmer
as Himself
Lou Holtz
as Himself
Tom Lemming
as Himself
Houston Nutt
as Himself
Ed Orgeron
as Himself
Franklin "Pepper" Rodgers
as Himself
Nick Saban
as Himself
Tommy Tuberville
as Himself
Ronna Kress Casting

Carter Burwell Original Music Composer

Mark Livolsi Editor

K.C. Hodenfield Co-Producer
Erwin Stoff Executive Producer

Michael Corenblith Production Design

Costume & Make-Up
Daniel Orlandi Costume Design

Alar Kivilo Director of Photography

Gil Netter Producer
Broderick Johnson Producer
Andrew A. Kosove Producer
Molly Smith Executive Producer
Timothy M. Bourne Executive Producer

John Lee Hancock Director

John Lee Hancock Writer

Julia Michels Music Supervisor

Michael Lewis Book

Susan Benjamin Set Decoration

Steven P. Wegner Co-Producer

Keith Bilderbeck Sound Effects Editor

Lonnie R. Smith Jr. Stunt Coordinator

Costume & Make-Up
Taylor Knight Hair Department Head

Yolanda T. Cochran Co-Producer

Thomas Minton Art Direction

Dan DiPrima Music Editor
Adam Milo Smalley Music Editor
Sandy Gendler Sound Editor
Drew Ponder Boom Operator
Robert Troy Dialogue Editor

Ralph Nelson Jr. Still Photographer

Steve Pederson Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Jon Johnson Supervising Sound Editor
Brad Sherman Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Costume & Make-Up
Amanda Zenil Costume Supervisor

Keith N. Collis Transportation Coordinator

Holiday Landa Art Department Coordinator

Vanessa Lapato Dialogue Editor

Monty Rowan Camera Operator

Gail Hunter Script Supervisor

Costume & Make-Up
Sarah Mays Makeup Department Head

Oliver Hug Music Editor
Mary H. Ellis Sound

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