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Venus (2-Sep-2006)

Director: Roger Michell

Writer: Hanif Kureishi

Songs by: Corinne Bailey Rae

Producer: Kevin Loader

Keywords: Drama, Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Richard Griffiths
31-Jul-1947 28-Mar-2013 The History Boys
Peter O'Toole
2-Aug-1932 14-Dec-2013 Lawrence of Arabia
Leslie Phillips
20-Apr-1924   Not Now Darling
Vanessa Redgrave
30-Jan-1937   Julia


Peter O'Toole   ...   Maurice
Leslie Phillips   ...   Ian
Jodie Whittaker   ...   Jessie
Richard Griffiths   ...   Donald
Vanessa Redgrave   ...   Valerie
Beatrice Savoretti   ...   Waitress
Philip Fox   ...   Doctor
Lolita Chakrabarti   ...   Health Centre Nurse
Carolina Giammetta   ...   Health Centre Nurse
Kellie Shirley   ...   Royal Court Actress
Ashley Madekwe   ...   Royal Court Actress
Ony Uhiara   ...   Royal Court Actress
Cathryn Bradshaw   ...   Jillian
Joanna Croll   ...   Hospital Drama Family
Liam McKenna   ...   Hospital Drama Family
Meg Wynn-Owen   ...   Hospital Drama Family
Sam Spruell   ...   Hospital Director
Tom Brooke   ...   Hospital Runner
Harvey Virdi   ...   Art School Teacher
Emma Buckley   ...   Shop Assistant
Marlene Sidaway   ...   Hospital Nurse
Christine Bottomley   ...   Hospital Nurse
Daniel Cerqueira   ...   Surgeon
Sam Kenyon   ...   Period Film Protégé
Andrea Riseborough   ...   Period Film Lover
Tom Mison   ...   Period Film Lover
Paul Chahidi   ...   Period Film Director
Piers Harrisson   ...   Film Runner
Bronson Webb   ...   Jessie's Boyfriend
Tim Faraday   ...   Policeman


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