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An Englishman in New York (7-Feb-2009)

Director: Richard Laxton

Writer: Brian Fillis

Composer: Paul Englishby

Producer: Amanda Jenks

Keywords: Drama, New York

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John Hurt
Actor
22-Jan-1940   Alien
Swoosie Kurtz
Actor
6-Sep-1944   A Shock to the System
Cynthia Nixon
Actor
9-Apr-1966   Miranda Hobbes on Sex and the City
Denis O'Hare
Actor
17-Jan-1962   Larry Harvey on American Horror Story
Jonathan Tucker
Actor
31-May-1982   The Black Donnellys

CAST

John Hurt   ...   Quentin Crisp
Denis O'Hare   ...   Phillip Steele
Jonathan Tucker   ...   Patrick Angus
with
Swoosie Kurtz   ...   Connie Clausen
Cynthia Nixon   ...   Penny Arcade
Andrew Halliday   ...   Chat Show Host
Peter Simon Hilton   ...   London Agent
Arlene A. McGruder   ...   Large Woman
Craig "mums" Grant   ...   DJ
Ted Koch   ...   Immigration Officer
Amy Gaipa   ...   Audience Member #1
Benjamin Eakley   ...   Young Man
Blake Hammond   ...   Party Host
Nick Adams   ...   Dim Man
Craig Ramsey   ...   Unfriendly Clone
Jeff Applegate   ...   Journalist
Richard Joseph Paul   ...   Larry Speakes
Twinkle Burke   ...   Audience Member #2
Leslie Shenkel   ...   Audience Member #3
David Douglas   ...   Audience Member #4
Robert Gomes   ...   Angry Gay Man
Michael Sirow   ...   Brawny Man
Stephen Guarino   ...   Demonstrator
Peter Reardon   ...   Art Gallery Owner

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