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Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason (8-Nov-2004)

Director: Beeban Kidron

Writers: Andrew Davies; Helen Fielding; Richard Curtis; Adam Brooks

From novel: Bridget Jones: the Edge of Reason by Helen Fielding

Music by: Harry Gregson-Williams

Producers: Tim Bevan; Eric Fellner; Jonathan Cavendish

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

Sequel to Bridget Jones's Diary follows the continued misadventures of Bridget Jones during her relationship with Mark Darcy.

Sequel to Bridget Jones's Diary (2001). A month on from the events of Bridget Jones's Diary, Bridget Jones basks in the warm embrace of boyfriend and human rights lawyer Mark Darcy, only to have their relationship hit the rocks thanks to his conservative tendencies and her paranoia over his relatoinship with a leggy intern. The reappearance of old flame and ex-boss Daniel Cleaver in poor Bridget's life proves to be just the start of her problems, as she is soon pushed into another all-out fiasco filled with insane misfires at every turn.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jacinda Barrett
2-Aug-1972   The Last Kiss
Jim Broadbent
24-May-1949   Oscar-winning oddball English actor
Colin Firth
10-Sep-1960   Pride and Prejudice
Hugh Grant
9-Sep-1960   Four Weddings and a Funeral
Shirley Henderson
24-Nov-1965   Trainspotting
Celia Imrie
15-Jul-1952   Gloria Millington on Kingdom
Gemma Jones
4-Dec-1942   The Duchess of Duke Street
Ian McNeice
2-Oct-1950   Bert Large on Doc Martin
Renée Zellweger
25-Apr-1969   Bridget Jones' Diary


Renée Zellweger   ...   Bridget
Hugh Grant   ...   Daniel
Colin Firth   ...   Mark
Jim Broadbent   ...   Dad
Gemma Jones   ...   Mum
Jacinda Barrett   ...   Rebecca
James Callis   ...   Tom
Shirley Henderson   ...   Jude
Sally Phillips   ...   Shazzer
Neil Pearson   ...   Richard Finch
Jessica Stevenson   ...   Magda
James Faulkner   ...   Uncle Geoffrey
Celia Imrie   ...   Una Alconbury
Dominic McHale   ...   Bernard
Donald Douglas   ...   Adm. Darcy
Shirley Dixon   ...   Mrs. Darcy
Rosalind Halstead   ...   Receptionist
Luis Soto   ...   Mexican Ambassador
Tom Brooke   ...   Production Assistant
Alba Fleming Furlan   ...   Girl in Rome
Lucy Robinson   ...   Janey
David Verrey   ...   Giles Benwick
Mark Tandy   ...   Derek
Stephanie O'Rourke   ...   Sexy P.A.
Jeremy Paxman   ...   Himself
Flaminia Cinque   ...   Corset Lady
Trevor Fox   ...   Hairdresser
Alex Jennings   ...   Horatio
Catherine Russell   ...   Camilla
Ian McNeice   ...   Quizmaster
Philip Gardner   ...   Toastmaster
Wolf Kahler   ...   Commentator
Lilo Baur   ...   Chemist
Hans Flaschberger   ...   Chemist Customer
Sabina Michael   ...   Chemist Customer
Paul Humpoletz   ...   Chemist Customer
Paul Nicholls   ...   Jed
David Auker   ...   Clive
Patrick Baladi   ...   Steward
Rong Kaomulkadee   ...   Thai Chef
Ting-Ting Hu   ...   Thai Prostitute
Michelle Lee   ...   Thai Police Woman
Hon Ping Tang   ...   Thai Jail Guard
Suthas Bhoopongsa   ...   Dudwani
Jason Watkins   ...   Charlie Parker-Knowles
Vee Vimolmal   ...   Phrao
Melissa Ashworth   ...   Thai Jail Girl
Pui Fan Lee   ...   Thai Jail Girl
Oliver Chris   ...   Director in Gallery
Sam Hazeldine   ...   Journalist
Amanda Haberland   ...   Journalist
Neil Dudgeon   ...   Taxi Driver
Peter Gordon   ...   Porter
Sam Beazley   ...   Very Old Man
Simon Andreu Trobat   ...   Mr. Santiago
Arturo Venegas   ...   Mr. Hernandez
Richard Braine   ...   Vicar


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