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Don't Go Breaking My Heart (12-Feb-1999)

Director: Willi Patterson

Writer: Geoff Morrow

Music: Rolfe Kent

Producer: Bill Kenwright

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Tom Conti
Actor
22-Nov-1941   American Dreamer
Charles Dance
Actor
10-Oct-1946   Good Morning, Babylon
Anthony Edwards
Actor
19-Jul-1962   Dr. Mark Greene on ER
Amanda Holden
Actor
16-Feb-1971   Mia Bevan on Cutting It
Jane Leeves
Actor
18-Apr-1961   Daphne Crane on Frasier
Jenny Seagrove
Actor
4-Jul-1957   Jo Mills on Judge John Deed

CAST

Anthony Edwards   ...   Tony
Jenny Seagrove   ...   Suzanne
Charles Dance   ...   Frank
Jane Leeves   ...   Juliet
Lynda Bellingham   ...   Maxine
George Layton   ...   Max
Trevyn McDowell   ...   Sharon
Philip McGough   ...   Douglas
Susannah Doyle   ...   Diane
Richard Platt   ...   Richard
Suggs   ...   Rex
Linford Christie   ...   Himself
Pip Miller   ...   Benedict
Ben Reynolds   ...   Ben
Ace Ryan   ...   Natalie
special appearance by
Tom Conti   ...   Dr. Fiedler
Amanda Holden   ...   Nurse
Nadine Hanwell   ...   Josephine
James Elvey   ...   Wayne
Julian Morris   ...   Charlie
The Meteors   ...   The Beach Boys
Sam Stockman   ...   David
Luke Mullinger   ...   Pete "Bossman"
Michael Peluso   ...   Matthew
Cris Cabitac   ...   Dental Receptionist
Jeremy Child   ...   Commentator
Levi   ...   Herself

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