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Creation (10-Sep-2009)

Director: Jon Amiel

Writers: Jon Amiel; John Collee

Based on a book: Annie's Box: Darwin, His Daughter, and Human Evolution by Randal Keynes

Music by: Christopher Young

Producer: Jeremy Thomas

Keywords: Drama, Biography

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Paul Bettany
Actor
27-May-1971   A Knight's Tale
Jim Carter
Actor
19-Aug-1948   Mr. Carson on Downton Abbey
Jennifer Connelly
Actor
12-Dec-1970   Betty Ross in The Hulk
Benedict Cumberbatch
Actor
19-Jul-1976   BBC's Sherlock Holmes
Toby Jones
Actor
7-Sep-1967   Voice of Dobby the Elf
Jeremy Northam
Actor
1-Dec-1961   Enigma

CAST

Paul Bettany   ...   Charles Darwin
Jennifer Connelly   ...   Emma Darwin
Jeremy Northam   ...   Rev. Innes
Toby Jones   ...   Thomas Huxley
Benedict Cumberbatch   ...   Joseph Hooker
Jim Carter   ...   Parslow
Bill Paterson   ...   Dr. Gully
Martha West   ...   Annie Darwin
Ian Kelly   ...   Capt. Fitzroy
Guy Henry   ...   Technician
Anabolena Rodriguez   ...   Fuegia Basket
Paul Campbell   ...   Boat Memory
Zak Davies   ...   Jemmy Button
Teresa Churcher   ...   Mrs. Davies
Freya Parks   ...   Etty Darwin
Christopher Dunkin   ...   George Darwin
Gene Goodman   ...   Franky Darwin
Harrison Sansostri   ...   Lenny Darwin
Ellie Haddington   ...   Nanny Brodie
Richard Ridings   ...   Thatcher
Ian Mercer   ...   Goodman
Robert Glenister   ...   Dr. Holland
Catherine Terris   ...   Landlady
Ken Drury   ...   Landlord
Nigel Bowden   ...   Zoo Keeper

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