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Young Adam (16-May-2003)

Director: David Mackenzie

Writer: David Mackenzie

From novel: Young Adam by Alexander Trocchi

Music by: David Byrne

Producer: Jeremy Thomas

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ewan McGregor
31-Mar-1971   Trainspotting
Emily Mortimer
1-Dec-1971   Lovely & Amazing
Peter Mullan
2-Nov-1959   My Name Is Joe
Tilda Swinton
5-Nov-1960   The Deep End


Ewan McGregor   ...   Joe
Tilda Swinton   ...   Ella
Peter Mullan   ...   Les
Emily Mortimer   ...   Cathie
Jack McElhone   ...   Jim
Therese Bradley   ...   Gwen
Ewan Stewart   ...   Daniel Gordon
Stuart McQuarrie   ...   Bill
Pauline Turner   ...   Connie
Alan Cooke   ...   Bob M'bussi
Rory McCann   ...   Sam
Ian Hanmore   ...   Freight Supervisor
Andrew Neil   ...   Barman
Arnold Brown   ...   Bowler Hat Man
Meg Fraser   ...   Stall Woman
Stuart Bowman   ...   Black Steet Pub Man
Wullie Brennan   ...   Black Steet Pub Man
Rony Bridges   ...   Black Steet Pub Man
John Kazek   ...   Black Steet Pub Man
Duncan McHardy   ...   Black Steet Pub Man
Stewart Porter   ...   Black Steet Pub Man
Malcolm Shields   ...   Black Steet Pub Man
Tam Dean Burn   ...   Black Street Barman
Michael Carter   ...   Prosecutor
Struan Rodger   ...   Judge
Matthew Zajac   ...   Forensics Expert
Mhairi Steenbock   ...   Cathie's Flatmate
John Comerford   ...   Jury Foreman
Anne Marie Timoney   ...   Mrs. Gordon
John Yule   ...   Clerk of the Court
Sandy Neilson   ...   Defence Counsel
Des Hamilton   ...   Witness
Eddie Dahlstrom   ...   Blind Man


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