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Trauma (19-Jan-2004)

Director: Marc Evans

Writer: Richard Smith

Original Music by: Alex Heffes

Producers: Jonathan Cavendish; Nicky Kentish Barnes

Keywords: Thriller

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Kenneth Cranham
Actor
12-Dec-1944   Shine on Harvey Moon
Colin Firth
Actor
10-Sep-1960   Pride and Prejudice
Tommy Flanagan
Actor
3-Jul-1965   Dead Dogs Lie
Brenda Fricker
Actor
17-Feb-1945   My Left Foot
Naomie Harris
Actor
6-Sep-1976   Pirates of the Caribbean
Mena Suvari
Actor
13-Feb-1979   American Beauty and American Pie

CAST

Colin Firth   ...   Ben
Mena Suvari   ...   Charlotte
Kenneth Cranham   ...   DC Jackson
Tommy Flanagan   ...   Tommy
Brenda Fricker   ...   Petra
Naomie Harris   ...   Elisa
Sean Harris   ...   Roland
Martin Hancock   ...   Emery Jones
Dorothy Duffy   ...   Nurse
Cornelius Booth   ...   Orderly
Dermot Murnaghan   ...   Newscaster 1
Jamie Owen   ...   Newscaster 2
Kirsty Young   ...   Newscaster 3
Jamie Cameron   ...   Reporter
Justin Edwards   ...   Doctor
Nicola Cunningham   ...   Reception Nurse
Paul Rattigan   ...   Manor's Voice
Nina Hossain   ...   Reporter
Alison David   ...   Lauren Parris
Jo Maxwell Muller   ...   Grief Stricken Woman
Andrew MacLachlan   ...   Grief Stricken Man
Bill Maloney   ...   Memorabilia Stallholder
Dave Alexander   ...   Large Man 1
Anthony Flanagan   ...   Large Man 2
Neil Edmond   ...   Mills
De Fyfe   ...   Girl in Photo
Kananu Kirimi   ...   Carrie
Liam Reilly   ...   Gareth Cawood

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