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A Single Man (11-Sep-2009)

Director: Tom Ford

Writers: Tom Ford; David Scearce

From novella: A Single Man by Christopher Isherwood

Music by: Abel Korzeniowski

Producers: Tom Ford; Chris Weitz; Andrew Miano; Robert Salerno

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Erin Daniels
Actor
9-Oct-1973   The L Word
Colin Firth
Actor
10-Sep-1960   Pride and Prejudice
Matthew Goode
Actor
3-Apr-1978   Chasing Liberty
Ginnifer Goodwin
Actor
22-May-1978   Margene Heffman on Big Love
Elisabeth Harnois
Actor
26-May-1979   Christina Nickson on Point Pleasant
Nicholas Hoult
Actor
7-Dec-1989   About A Boy
Julianne Moore
Actor
3-Dec-1960   Boogie Nights, Short Cuts
Lee Pace
Actor
25-Mar-1979   Pushing Daisies
Keri Lynn Pratt
Actor
23-Sep-1978   Jack & Bobby

CAST

Colin Firth   ...   George
Julianne Moore   ...   Charley
Matthew Goode   ...   Jim
Nicholas Hoult   ...   Kenny
Jon Kortajarena   ...   Carlos
Paulette Lamori   ...   Alva
Ryan Simpkins   ...   Jennifer Strunk
Ginnifer Goodwin   ...   Mrs. Strunk
Teddy Sears   ...   Mr. Strunk
Paul Butler   ...   Christopher Strunk
Aaron Sanders   ...   Tom Strunk
Aline Weber   ...   Lois
Keri Lynn Pratt   ...   Blonde Secretary
Jenna Gavigan   ...   Other Secretary #1
Alicia Carr   ...   Other Secretary #2
Lee Pace   ...   Grant
Adam Shapiro   ...   Myron
Marlene Martinez   ...   Maria
Ridge Canipe   ...   Young Boy
Elisabeth Harnois   ...   Young Woman
Erin Daniels   ...   Bank Teller
Nicole Steinwedell   ...   Doris
Tricia Munford   ...   Cashier

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