Incognito (1999) - Rotten Tomatoes

Incognito (1999)





Critic Consensus: No consensus yet.

Movie Info

A rapist named Derek Scanlon (Phil Morris) has insinuated himself into the life of wealthy African-American socialite and business executive Erin Cortland (Allison Dean). Fearing for her life, Erin turns to her fiancé, Quinn (Roger G. Smith), but he turns out to be even more timorous than she. In desperation, Erin hires two-fisted black bodyguard Jake Hunter (Richard T. Jones) -- and to no one's surprise, a romance quickly develops, despite the obvious cultural and sociological differences between heroine and hero. Deftly combining the well-worn "stalker movie" genre with late-20th century African-American sensibilities and concerns, Incognito was one of several features produced by Roy Campanella II on behalf of the Black Entertainment Television network. Based on a suspense novel by Francis Ray, the film first aired on September 17, 1999.


Allison Dean
as Erin Cortland
Richard T. Jones
as Jake Hunter
Phil Morris
as Derek Scanlon
Ron Glass
as Marcus Cortland
Joan Pringle
as Dr. Palmer
David Kirkwood
as Grandfather Courtland
View All

Critic Reviews for Incognito

There are no critic reviews yet for Incognito. Keep checking Rotten Tomatoes for updates!

Audience Reviews

There are no featured reviews for Incognito at this time.

Incognito Quotes

There are no approved quotes yet for this movie.

News & Features