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Nell (23-Dec-1994)

Director: Michael Apted

Writers: William Nicholson; Mark Handley

From a play: Idioglossia by Mark Handley

Music by: Mark Isham

Producers: Renée Missel; Jodie Foster

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jeremy Davies
Actor
8-Oct-1969   Saving Private Ryan
Jodie Foster
Actor
19-Nov-1962   The Silence of the Lambs
Marlon Jackson
Musician
12-Mar-1957   The Jackson Five
Richard Libertini
Actor
21-May-1933   The In-Laws
Liam Neeson
Actor
7-Jun-1952   Rob Roy, Gangs of New York
Natasha Richardson
Actor
11-May-1963 18-Mar-2009 Widows' Peak
Nick Searcy
Actor
7-Mar-1959   Art Mullen on Justified

CAST

Jodie Foster   ...   Nell
Liam Neeson   ...   Jerome Lovell
Natasha Richardson   ...   Paula Olsen
Richard Libertini   ...   Alexander Paley
Nick Searcy   ...   Todd Peterson
Jeremy Davies   ...   Billy Fisher
O'Neal Compton   ...   Don Fontana
Robin Mullins   ...   Mary Peterson
Heather M. Bomba   ...   Twin
Marianne E. Bomba   ...   Twin
Sean Bridgers   ...   Mike Ibarra
Joe Inscoe   ...   Judge
Stephanie Dawn Wood   ...   Ruthie Lovell
Mary Lynn Riner   ...   Janet Baring
Lucile McIntyre   ...   Sally
Al Wiggins   ...   Harry Goppel
Beth Bostic   ...   Jean Malinowski
Rob Buren III   ...   Stevie
Chris T. Hill   ...   Jed
Tim Mehaffey   ...   Shane
Dana Stevens   ...   Rachel Weiss
Nicole Adair   ...   Autistic Child
Robin Rochelle   ...   Teacher
Susan Correll Hickerson   ...   Administrator
Marlon Jackson   ...   Male Nurse
Danny Millsaps   ...   Deputy

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