|Directed by||Patrick McBrearty|
|Produced by||Chad Archibald
|Written by||Reese Eveneshen|
|Music by||Norman Orenstein|
|Cinematography||Justin G. Dyck|
Black Fawn Films
|Distributed by||Star Entertainment (India)|
Bail Enforcers is a 2011 film starring Trish Stratus, Christian Bako and Boomer Phillips directed by Patrick McBrearty. It marks the acting debut of former WWE wrestler Trish Stratus in a feature-length film. The film was retitled "Bounty Hunters" for its DVD release.
A group of people go around catching people who have skipped out on paying bail or have a bounty on their heads. One night the group, consisting of Jules (Trish Stratus), Chase (Boomer Phillips), and Ridley (Frank J. Zupancic), catches an informant with a $100,000 bounty. A mobster who wants this man more, offers the group a million dollars to turn the informant over to him.
- Trish Stratus as Jules
- Christian Bako as Francis
- Boomer Phillips as Chase Thomson
- Frank J. Zupancic as Ridley
- Emily Alatalo as Hal's Girl
- Enrico DiFede as Mario Antonio
Boomer Phillips who played Chase Thomson was nominated for a Canadian Comedy Award for Best Male Performance.
- "WWE’s Trish Stratus to Star in ‘Bail Enforcers’". Retrieved 23 November 2012.
- "ActionFest: Trish Stratus On ‘Bail Enforcers’ And ‘Tough Enough’". Retrieved 23 November 2012.
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