A Wrinkle in Time (film) - Cast

Cast

  • Katie Stuart as Meg Murry
  • Gregory Smith as Calvin O'Keefe
  • David Dorfman as Charles Wallace Murry
  • Chris Potter as Dr. Jack Murry
  • Kyle Secor as the Man With Red Eyes and "Hank", Jack Murry's research partner
  • Sean Cullen as the Happy Medium
  • Sarah-Jane Redmond as Dr. Dana Murry
  • Kate Nelligan as Mrs. Which the witch
  • Alison Elliott as Mrs. Who the talking lady
  • Alfre Woodard as Mrs. Whatsit, the lady with the clothes
  • Munro Chambers and Thomas Chambers as The Twins

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