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The Baker (9-Feb-2007)

Director: Gareth Lewis

Writer: Gareth Lewis

Music by: Alex Wurman

Producers: Justin Williams; Dan Shepherd; Adrian Sturges; Damian Lewis

Keywords: Comedy, Hitman

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Kate Ashfield
Actor
1972   Shaun of the Dead
Michael Gambon
Actor
19-Oct-1940   The Singing Detective
Damian Lewis
Actor
11-Feb-1971   Band of Brothers

CAST

Damian Lewis   ...   Milo
Kate Ashfield   ...   Rhiannon
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau   ...   Bjorn
Dyfan Dwyfor   ...   Eggs
Anthony O'Donnell   ...   Rhys
Steve Speirs   ...   Bryn
Brian Hibbard   ...   Bob
William Thomas   ...   Alun
and
Michael Gambon   ...   Leo
Nicholas Rowe   ...   Businessman
Simon Winkler   ...   Bodyguard
Robert J. Page   ...   Stan
Adrian Sturges   ...   Clerk
Annette Badland   ...   Martha
Philip Howe   ...   Gareth
Dyfed Thomas   ...   Huw
Dorien Thomas   ...   Farmer Williams
Michael Geary   ...   Dai Williams
Rhodri Meilir   ...   Owain Williams
Margaret John   ...   Anne
David Garfield   ...   Griff
Aimee Cowen   ...   Check Out Girl
Gareth Wyn Griffith   ...   Fish & Chip Man
Gwenno Dafydd   ...   Mrs. Edwards
Valerie Vaughan-Williams   ...   Mrs. Thomas
Additional Dialogue
Martin Glyn Murray   ...   Hypnotist Voice
Gareth Lewis   ...   Nature Documentary Voice
Paul Courtenay Hyu   ...   Chinese Fish & Chip Man

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