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Global Heresy (28-Jun-2002)

Director: Sidney J. Furie

Writer: Mark Mills

Music by: Jonathan Goldsmith

Producers: Gary Howsam; Mark Shorrock

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Martin Clunes
Actor
28-Nov-1961   Dr. Martin Ellingham on Doc Martin
Lochlyn Munro
Actor
12-Feb-1966   Dead Man on Campus
Peter O'Toole
Actor
2-Aug-1932 15-Dec-2013 Lawrence of Arabia
Joan Plowright
Actor
28-Oct-1929   Enchanted April
Carlo Rota
Actor
17-Apr-1961   Little Mosque on the Prairie
Alicia Silverstone
Actor
4-Oct-1976   Clueless

CAST

Peter O'Toole   ...   Lord Foxley
Joan Plowright   ...   Lady Foxley
Alicia Silverstone   ...   Nat
Lochlyn Munro   ...   Dave
Jaimz Woolvett   ...   Leo
Keram Malicki-Sanchez   ...   Flit
Christopher Bolton   ...   Carl
Martin Clunes   ...   James Chancellor
Amy Phillips   ...   Georgia
Alex Karzis   ...   Ben
Carlo Rota   ...   Tony Manson
Ian Downie   ...   Benson
Helen Beavis   ...   Margaret
Wayne Downer   ...   Young Man
Daniel Fathers   ...   Male Reporter / Journalist #1
Glyn Thomas   ...   Journalist #2
Olivia Palenstein   ...   Journalist #3
Simon Greenslade   ...   Suit #1
Declan O'Reilly   ...   Suit #2
Paul Constable   ...   Helper
Richard Partington   ...   Man at Beer Table
Diane Hollingsworth   ...   Woman at Beer Table
Greg Campbell   ...   Man #1,2,3
Tom Vandenberg   ...   Puppeteer
Gilmore   ...   Dog

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