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Mary, Mother of Jesus (14-Nov-1999)

Director: Kevin Connor

Writer: Albert Ross

Music by: Ken Thorne

Producer: Howard Ellis

Keywords: Drama, Biography, Bible

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Pernilla August
13-Feb-1958   The Best Intentions
Christian Bale
30-Jan-1974   The Dark Knight
Hywel Bennett
8-Apr-1944   James Shelley on Shelley
Geraldine Chaplin
31-Jul-1944   Doctor Zhivago
Edward Hardwicke
7-Aug-1932 16-May-2011 Capt. Pat Grant on Colditz
Christopher Lawford
29-Mar-1955   All My Children


Christian Bale   ...   Jesus
Pernilla August   ...   Mary
Melinda Kinnaman   ...   Young Mary
David Threlfall   ...   Joseph
Simone Bendix   ...   Mary Magdalene
John Shrapnel   ...   Simon
Edward Hardwicke   ...   Zachariah
Hywell Bennett   ...   Herod
Geraldine Chaplin   ...   Elizabeth
Toby Bailiff   ...   Young Jesus
Michael Mears   ...   John
Mark Jax   ...   Peter
Anna Mathias   ...   Anne
Robert Addie   ...   Pontius Pilate
Crispian Belfrage   ...   James
Christopher Routh   ...   John the Baptist
Judy Cornwell   ...   Inkeeper's Wife
Andrew Grainger   ...   Barrabas
John Light   ...   Archangel Gabriel
David Schofield   ...   Micah
Christopher Lawford   ...   Reuben
Ivan Darvas   ...   Silas
Yvette Feuer   ...   Elizabeth's Servant
Anyos Elek   ...   Joel
Antal Konrad   ...   Innkeeper
Niven Boyd   ...   Centurion
Janos Gyuriska   ...   Joses
Lajos Balazsovits   ...   Chamberlain
Gabor Gulyas   ...   Baby Jesus
Michael Mehlman   ...   Caspar
Artur Kalid   ...   Balthazar


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