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The Decoy Bride (14-May-2011)

Director: Sheree Folkson

Writers: Sally Phillips; Neil Jaworski

Music by: Julian Nott

Producers: Robert Bernstein; Douglas Rae

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Federico Castelluccio
29-Apr-1964   Furio on The Sopranos
Alice Eve
6-Feb-1982   She's Out of My League
Kelly Macdonald
23-Feb-1976   Trainspotting
Dylan Moran
3-Nov-1971   David in Shaun of the Dead
David Tennant
18-Apr-1971   The Tenth Doctor Who
Michael Urie
8-Aug-1980   Marc St. James on Ugly Betty


Kelly Macdonald   ...   Katie
David Tennant   ...   James
Alice Eve   ...   Lara
Hamish Clark   ...   Angus
James Fleet   ...   William
Dylan Moran   ...   Charley
Sally Phillips   ...   Emma
Michael Urie   ...   Steve
Federico Castelluccio   ...   Marco
Danny Bage   ...   Hotel Doorman
Hannah Bourne   ...   Chloe
Maureen Beattie   ...   Iseabail
Muriel Barker   ...   Mrs. Grainie
Jeannie Fisher   ...   Aileen
Sally Howitt   ...   Muireen
Rony Bridges   ...   Roan
Matthew Chalmers   ...   Callum
Victoria Grove   ...   Anais Anais
Alisha Bailey   ...   Suzelle
Patrick Regis   ...   Hollywood Minister
Tina Gray   ...   Elderly Woman
Gil Kolirin   ...   Security Guard
Ben Addis   ...   Journalist 1
William Owen   ...   Journalist 2
Calum Macnab   ...   Journalist 3
Ross Armstrong   ...   1st Paparazzo
Samuel Roukin   ...   2nd Paparazzo
Robert Fyfe   ...   Ancient Crofter
Maryann Turner   ...   Ancient Crofter's Wife
Tony Roper   ...   Rev. McDonagh
Alex Childs   ...   Host
Achara Kirk   ...   Tourist


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