Hidden Figures (2017) Soundtrack
Release date: 6 January 2017
Director: Theodore Melfi
Stars: Kurt Krause (Sam Turner), Aldis Hodge (Levi Jackson), Cullen Moss (Mission Control Commander), Gary Weeks (Reporter at Press Conference), Greg Tresan (K9 Protest Cop), Jeff Matthew Glover (NASA Engineer), James Harvley (Senator), Robert McKay (Pastor Ayres), Amy Tipton (Woman Crying), Kamryn Johnson (Kathryn Vaughn), Joe Knezevich (Wind Tunnel Engineer), Maria Howell (Ms. Sumner), Randall Newsome (Russian Scientist #2), Dane Davenport (Alan Shepard), Trey McGriff (Television Cameraman), Roy Larsen (Press Photographer), Jim Parsons (Paul Stafford), Octavia Spencer (Dorothy Vaughan), Mahershala Ali (Jim Johnson), Donna Biscoe (Mrs. Joylette Coleman), Olek Krupa (Karl Zielinski), Scott Ledbetter (USAF 4 Star General), Arnell Powell (Professor Graves), Marisol Correa (Civil Rights Protestor), Michael Hartson (Night School Professor), Ron Clinton Smith (White Cop), Afemo Omilami (Man Outside Store), Glen Powell (John Glenn), Cyndy Powell (NASA woman), Evan Holtzman (Deke Slayton), Scott Michael Morgan (Bill Calhoun), Corey Mendell Parker (Howard Vaughan), Rhoda Griffis (White Librarian), John Atwood (Newscaster #1), Devin McGee (Gus Grissom), Bob Jennings (Navy Officer), John Collier (NASA Engineer), Wilbur Fitzgerald (Senator Patrick), Kimberly Quinn (Ruth), Judy McGee Burley (Choir Member), Karan Kendrick (Younger Joylette Coleman), Katie Kneeland (Court Clerk #2), Karen Wheeling Reynolds (Court Clerk #1), Gregory Alan Williams (Marion Smithson), Howie Johnson (Library Security Guard), Taraji P. Henson (Katherine Johnson), John F. Kennedy (Himself), Kirsten Dunst (Vivian Michael), Jaiden Kaine (Joshua Coleman), Sam Juergens (NASA Engineer), Amanda Dunn (East End Computer Woman), Travis Smith (Scott Carpenter), Kevin Costner (Al Harrison), Ken Strunk (Jim Webb), Alkoya Brunson (Kenneth Vaughn), Janelle Monáe (Mary Jackson), Crystal Lee Brown (Bernie), Martin Luther King (Himself), Elijah Everett (Crying Man), David Kallaway (NASA Security Guard), Joe Hardy Jr. (Gordon Cooper), Andre Pushkin (Russian Scientist), Brooke D. Singleton , Paul S. Ryden (TV Reporter #1 at Cape Canaveral), Frank Hoyt Taylor (Judge), Chanel Young (IBM Worker), Tequilla Whitfield (Eleanor), Jon Edwin Wright (TV News Reporter), Kevin Marshall Pinkney (Man at Fountain), Glenn Allen (Wally Schirra), Katy McKenna (Vivian's Assistant), Ariana Neal (Joylette Johnson), Lidya Jewett (Young Katherine Coleman), Chris Cavalier (IBM Technician), Bob Bost (Eisenhower), Leslie Powell (NASA woman), Doug Stroup (NASA Task Force), Eva Coleman (Elementary School Girl), William Walker (NASA Control), Cody Carrera (NASA Employee), Jeremy Sykes (Civil Rights Protester), Maiya Boyd (Child), David London (NASA Control), Anastasia Bastien (Girl at event), Donald K. Overstreet (Photojournalist), Cody Marsh (Courtroom Police Officer), Saniyya Sidney (Constance Johnson), Stephanie Mikel (Graduate's Girlfriend), Cameron Wilder (NASA Launch Crew), Madison Alsobrook (Elementary School Student), Stacie Ballard (NASA East Wing Employee), Rachel Mae Moore (Parade Girl), John Sykes (USAF Aide), Chris T. Adams (Reporter), Daniel Lucente (2 Star General), Anthony Collins (NASA Control), Brandon Scott McCall (NASA Control), Tom DiGiuseppe (NASA Engineer), Ashton Tyler (Leonard Vaughan), Paige Nicollette (Eunice), Juliette Sicard (NASA New Recruit), Veronica Warner (Church Goer), Kenneth Jones (NASA Core Engineer / Delivery Guy), Lucie Carroll (Computer operator), Diamond Sandt (Crossing Kid), Rebekah Boroughs (Louise Brewer-Shepard), Zani Jones Mbayise (Kathy Johnson), Tre Stokes (Levi Jr.), Selah Kimbro Jones (Carolyn Marie Jackson), Matthew J Millard (NASA Engineer), Donna Sexton (Wife), Olivia Whinnett (Crossing Guard Kid), Rock Chasse (NASA Engineer), Elizabeth Youman (Ann Vaughn), Ethan Kirchner (Front Lawn Kid), Joseph P. Scott (NASA Launch Crew) see more...
As the United States raced against Russia to put a man in space, NASA found untapped talent in a group of African-American female mathematicians that served as the brains behind one of the greatest operations in U.S. history. Based on the unbelievably true life stories of three of these women, known as "human computers", we follow these women as they quickly rose the ranks of NASA alongside many of history's greatest minds specifically tasked with calculating the momentous launch of astronaut John Glenn into orbit, and guaranteeing his safe return. Dorothy Vaughn, Mary Jackson, and Katherine Johnson crossed all gender, race, and professional lines while their brilliance and desire to dream big, beyond anything ever accomplished before by the human race, firmly cemented them in U.S. history as true American heroes.