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Different for Girls (21-Nov-1996)

Director: Richard Spence

Writer: Tony Marchant

Original Music by: Stephen Warbeck

Producer: John Chapman

Keywords: Comedy, Crossdressing

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ian Dury
Musician
12-May-1942 27-Mar-2000 Ian Dury and the Blockheads
Rupert Graves
Actor
30-Jun-1963   Maurice
Miriam Margolyes
Actor
18-May-1941   The Age of Innocence

CAST

Steven Mackintosh   ...   Kim Foyle
Rupert Graves   ...   Paul Prentice
Miriam Margolyes   ...   Pamela
Saskia Reeves   ...   Jean
Charlotte Coleman   ...   Alison
Neil Dudgeon   ...   Neil
Nisha K. Nayar   ...   Angela
Lia Williams   ...   Defence Solicitor
Ian Dury   ...   Recovery Agent
Robert Pugh   ...   DS Cole
Philip Davis   ...   Taxi Driver
Rick Warden   ...   PC Ken
Kevin Allen   ...   PC Alan
Gerard Horan   ...   Sgt. Harry
Edward Tudor-Pole   ...   Prosecuting Solicitor
Adrian Rawlins   ...   Mike Rendell
Peter-Hugo Daly   ...   Barry Stapleton
Shend   ...   Biker Jim
Llewella Gideon   ...   Receptionist
Charles De'Ath   ...   Young Man at Gig
Robert Demeger   ...   Magistrate
Malcolm Shields   ...   Soldier
Graham Fellows   ...   Dispatch Manager
Ruth Sheen   ...   Nosey Neighbour
Christie Jennings   ...   Waitress
Stephen Walker   ...   Karl Foyle
Blake Ritson   ...   Young Prentice
James D. White   ...   Finer
Colin Ridgewell   ...   Shrimp
Jamie Leyser   ...   Matthew Payne

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