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Greenfingers (10-Sep-2000)

Director: Joel Hershman

Writer: Joel Hershman

Music by: Guy Dagul

Producers: Travis Swords; Daniel J. Victor

Keywords: Drama, Prison

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Danny Dyer
24-Jul-1977   Human Traffic
David Kelly
11-Jul-1929 12-Feb-2012 Waking Ned
Helen Mirren
26-Jul-1945   Prime Suspect
Clive Owen
3-Oct-1964   The Bourne Identity assassin
Lucy Punch
30-Dec-1977   Bad Teacher


Clive Owen   ...   Colin Briggs
Helen Mirren   ...   Georgina Woodhouse
David Kelly   ...   Fergus Wilks
Warren Clarke   ...   Gov. Hodge
Danny Dyer   ...   Tony
Adam Fogerty   ...   Raw
Paterson Joseph   ...   Jimmy
Natasha Little   ...   Primrose Woodhouse
Peter Guinness   ...   Dudley
Lucy Punch   ...   Holly
Sally Edwards   ...   Susan Hodge
Donald Douglas   ...   Nigel
Kevin McMonagle   ...   Laurence
Julie Saunders   ...   Sarah
Jorden Maxwell   ...   John
David Lyon   ...   Home Secretary
Jan Chappell   ...   Peggy Tortworth
Timothy Carlton   ...   Hampton Court Official
Sudha Bhuchar   ...   Prison Board Official
Ian East   ...   Prison Board Official
Paul Ridley   ...   Prison Board Official
Brenda Cowling   ...   Book Shop Customer
Charles De'Ath   ...   Julian
Trevor Bowen   ...   Royal Horticultural Society President
Lindsay Swan   ...   Royal Horticultural Society Publicist
Cate Fowler   ...   Nurse
Chris Barnes   ...   Reporter
Emily Stott   ...   Interviewer
Elwyn A. David   ...   Bodybuilder
James Wooley   ...   Parole Judge


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