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The Full Monty (13-Aug-1997)

Director: Peter Cattaneo

Writer: Simon Beaufoy

Music Composed, Orchestrated and Conducted by: Anne Dudley

Producer: Uberto Pasolini

Keywords: Comedy, Strippers

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Mark Addy
Actor
14-Jan-1964   The Full Monty
Robert Carlyle
Actor
14-Apr-1961   The Full Monty
Tom Wilkinson
Actor
12-Dec-1948   Shakespeare in Love

CAST

Robert Carlyle   ...   Gaz
Tom Wilkinson   ...   Gerald
Mark Addy   ...   Dave
Lesley Sharp   ...   Jean
Emily Woof   ...   Mandy
Steve Huison   ...   Lomper
Paul Barber   ...   Horse
Hugo Speer   ...   Guy
Deirdre Costello   ...   Linda
with
Bruce Jones   ...   Reg
introducing
William Snape   ...   Nathan
Paul Butterworth   ...   Barry
Dave Hill   ...   Alan
Andrew Livingstone   ...   Terry
Vinny Dhillon   ...   Sharon
Kate Layden   ...   Bee
Joanna Swain   ...   Sheryl
Diane Lane   ...   Louise
Kate Rutter   ...   Dole Clerk
June Broughton   ...   Lomper's Mum
Glenn Cunningham   ...   Police Inspector
Chris Brailsford   ...   Duty Sergeant
Steve Garti   ...   Policeman
Malcolm Pitt   ...   Job Club Manager
Dennis Blanch   ...   Director
Daryl Fishwick   ...   Social Worker
David Lonsdale   ...   Repossession Man
Muriel Hunte   ...   Horse's Mum
Fiona Watts   ...   Beryl
Theresa Maduemezia   ...   Horse's Sister
Fiona Nelson   ...   Horse's Sister
The British Steel Stocksbridge Band   ...   Brass Band

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