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When Did You Last See Your Father? (12-Jul-2007)

Original Title: And When Did You Last See Your Father?

Director: Anand Tucker

Writer: David Nicholls

Based on a book by: Blake Morrison

Music Composed and Conducted by: Barrington Pheloung

Producers: Elizabeth Karlsen; Stephen Woolley

Keywords: Drama, Biography

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jim Broadbent
Actor
24-May-1949   Oscar-winning oddball English actor
Colin Firth
Actor
10-Sep-1960   Pride and Prejudice
Gina McKee
Actor
14-Apr-1964   The Forsyte Saga
Carey Mulligan
Actor
28-May-1985   An Education
Juliet Stevenson
Actor
30-Oct-1956   Truly Madly Deeply

CAST

Jim Broadbent   ...   Arthur
Colin Firth   ...   Blake
Juliet Stevenson   ...   Kim
Gina McKee   ...   Kathy
Sarah Lancashire   ...   Beaty
Elaine Cassidy   ...   Sandra
Claire Skinner   ...   Gillian
and introducing
Matthew Beard   ...   Blake (teen)
Bradley Johnson   ...   Blake (child)
Alannah Barlow   ...   Gillian (child)
Christopher Middleton   ...   Racing Steward
Elliot Avery   ...   Peter
Rhiannon Howden   ...   Sophie
Tom Butcher   ...   Dr. Taggart
Naomi Allisstone   ...   Josie
Tara Berwin   ...   Gillian (teen)
Richard Standing   ...   Publican
Olivia Lindsay   ...   Josie (child)
Tilly Curtis   ...   Josie (teen)
Justin McDonald   ...   Steve
Carey Mulligan   ...   Rachel
Graham Turner   ...   Undertaker

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