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I Want Candy (8-Feb-2007)

Director: Stephen Surjik

Writers: Peter Hewitt; Phil Hughes; Jamie Minoprio; Jonathan M. Stern

Composer: Murray Gold

Producers: Barnaby Thompson; Piers Thompson

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Mackenzie Crook
29-Sep-1971   Gareth Keenan on The Office
Carmen Electra
20-Apr-1972   Singled Out
Eddie Marsan
23-Jun-1968   Lestrade in the 2009 Sherlock Holmes
Michelle Ryan
22-Apr-1984   Zoe Slater on EastEnders
John Standing
16-Aug-1934   British stage and film actor
Simon Woods
1980   Pride & Prejudice


Tom Riley   ...   Joe
Tom Burke   ...   Baggy
Carmen Electra   ...   Candy
Eddie Marsan   ...   Doug
Michelle Ryan   ...   Lila
Mackenzie Crook   ...   Dulberg
Felicity Montagu   ...   Mum
Philip Jackson   ...   Dad
Jimmy Carr   ...   Video Store Guy
John Standing   ...   Michael de Vere
Carl Prekopp   ...   Vlad
Rasmus Hardiker   ...   Christi
Colin Michael Carmichael   ...   Gabi
Stephanie Blacker   ...   Tiffany
Giles Anderson   ...   Carl
Sid Mitchell   ...   Robby
Martin Savage   ...   Priest
Nick Nevern   ...   Angry Mourner
Miranda Hart   ...   Working Title Receptionist
Molly Hallam   ...   Smashing Films Receptionist
Rhys Swinburn   ...   Graham Rose
David Armand   ...   Clive Purves
Tom Meeten   ...   Sergeant Major
Natalie Walter   ...   Lucy
Irene Alano   ...   Mai Ling
Richard Glover   ...   Professor
Mark Pickering   ...   Sam
Kristian Kiehling   ...   German Guy
Shelley Longworth   ...   MC Awards
Simon Woods   ...   Film Actor


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