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The Rage in Placid Lake (28-Aug-2003)

Director: Tony McNamara

Writer: Tony McNamara

Composer: Cezary Skubiszewski

Producer: Marian Macgowan

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Rose Byrne
24-Jul-1979   The Goddess of 1967
Claire Danes
12-Apr-1979   My So-Called Life
Nicholas Hammond
15-May-1950   The Sound of Music
Miranda Richardson
3-Mar-1958   The Crying Game


Ben Lee   ...   Placid Lake
Rose Byrne   ...   Gemma Taylor
Garry McDonald   ...   Doug Lake
Christopher Stollery   ...   Joel
Nicholas Hammond   ...   Bill Taylor
Francis McMahon   ...   Anton
Saskia Smith   ...   Jane
Miranda Richardson   ...   Sylvia Lake
Jordan Brooking   ...   Young Placid
Lucas Fraccaro   ...   Bull (5 Years Old)
Cruise Moylan   ...   Angus (5 Years Old)
Zan Cross   ...   Lachie (5 Years Old)
Eleeza Hooker   ...   Young Gemma
Jesse Spence   ...   Jenny
Simone Cullinan   ...   Sharon
Socratis Otto   ...   Bozo
Toby Schmitz   ...   Bull
Nathaniel Dean   ...   Lachie
Stephen James King   ...   Angus
David James   ...   Lloyd
Angelica La Bozzetta   ...   Sylvia's Friend
Helen Thomson   ...   Teacher 1
Sean O'Shea   ...   Teacher 2
Garry West   ...   Commissioner / Bull's Dad
Errol Henderson   ...   Headmaster
Jeanette Cronin   ...   Doctor
Belinda Bromilow   ...   Nurse Doreen
Johnny Lockwood   ...   Barber
Claire Danes   ...   Girl at Seminar
Felix Williamson   ...   Lift Guy
William Zappa   ...   Ralph Ellison


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