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Kidulthood (3-Mar-2006)

Director: Menhaj Huda

Writer: Noel Clarke

Original Music by: The Angel

Producers: Menhaj Huda; George Isaac; Damian Jones

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Noel Clarke
Actor
6-Dec-1975   Mickey Smith on Doctor Who
Nicholas Hoult
Actor
7-Dec-1989   About A Boy

CAST

The Kids
Noel Clarke   ...   Sam
Femi Oyeniran   ...   Moony
Jaime Winstone   ...   Becky
Adam Deacon   ...   Jay
Red Madrell   ...   Alisa
Aml Ameen   ...   Trife
Madeleine Fairley   ...   Claire
Rebecca Martin   ...   Katie
Nicholas Hoult   ...   Blake
Adem Bayram   ...   Vinnie
Stefanie Di Rubbo   ...   Shaneek
Kate-Line Okoro   ...   Carleen
Medhavi Patel   ...   Sophie
Ben McKay   ...   Rapper
The Adults
Cornell John   ...   Uncle Curtis
Rafe Spall   ...   Lenny
Kate Magowan   ...   Stella
Pierre Mascolo   ...   Andreas
Ray Panthaki   ...   Mark
Christopher Villiers   ...   Mr. Fineal
Ortis Dealey   ...   Derek
Hannah Miles   ...   Mrs. Fineal
Leila Bertrand   ...   Alisa's Mum
Stephen Da Costa   ...   Rupert
Tom Burroughs   ...   Hamish
Bhasker Patel   ...   Shopkeeper
Cleo Sylvestre   ...   Sam's Mum
Alexander Hanson   ...   Manager
Sam Callis   ...   Security Guard
Sushil Hunjan   ...   Nisha
David Schall   ...   Taxi Driver
Marsha Miller   ...   Trife's Mum
Toby Dantzic   ...   Shop Assistant
Alison Newman   ...   Claire's Mum
Paul Putner   ...   Mr. Hardy
Natalie Wright   ...   Debbie
Richard Angol   ...   Street Guy

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