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Sylvia (17-Oct-2003)

Director: Christine Jeffs

Writer: John Brownlow

Composer: Gabriel Yared

Producer: Alison Owen

Keywords: Drama, Biography

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Amira Casar
1-Jul-1971   Anatomy of Hell
Daniel Craig
2-Mar-1968   The current James Bond
Blythe Danner
3-Feb-1943   Futureworld
Michael Gambon
19-Oct-1940   The Singing Detective
Jared Harris
24-Aug-1961   I Shot Andy Warhol
Gwyneth Paltrow
27-Sep-1972   Shakespeare in Love


Jared Harris   ...   Al Alvarez
Amira Casar   ...   Assia Wevill
Andrew Havill   ...   David Wevill
Sam Troughton   ...   Tom Hadley-Clarke
Lucy Davenport   ...   Doreen
Antony Strachan   ...   Michael Boddy
Blythe Danner   ...   Aurelia Plath
Michael Gambon   ...   Prof. Thomas
David Birkin   ...   Morecambe
Alison Bruce   ...   Elizabeth
Daniel Craig   ...   Ted Hughes
Julian Firth   ...   James Michie
Jeremy Fowlds   ...   Mr. Robinson
Sarah Guyler   ...   Ted's Cambridge Girlfriend
Theresa Healey   ...   3rd Woman at Ted Hughes' Lecture
Liddy Holloway   ...   Martha Bergstrom
Robyn Malcolm   ...   1st Woman at Ted Hughes' Lecture
Michael Mears   ...   Charles Langridge
Siobhan Page   ...   Young American Girl Student
Gwyneth Paltrow   ...   Sylvia Plath
Derek Payne   ...   Vicar
Sonia Ritter   ...   Midwife
Billy Seymour   ...   Telegram Boy
Katherine Tozer   ...   Myra Norris
Eliza Wade   ...   Infant Frieda
Ben & Joel Want   ...   Baby Nicholas
Hannah Watkins   ...   Tom's Girlfriend
Tandi Wright   ...   2nd Woman at Ted Hughes' Lecture


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