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New Town Killers (28-Oct-2008)

Director: Richard Jobson

Writer: Richard Jobson

Composer: Stephen Hilton

Producers: Luc Roeg; Richard Jobson

Keywords: Thriller

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Karen Gillan
Actor
28-Nov-1987   Amy Pond on Doctor Who
Dougray Scott
Actor
25-Nov-1965   Ripley's Game

CAST

Dougray Scott   ...   Alistair Raskolnikov
Alastair Mackenzie   ...   Jamie Stewart
James Anthony Pearson   ...   Sean MacDonald
Liz White   ...   Alice MacDonald
Charles Mnene   ...   Sam
John Gray   ...   Homeless Man
Rebecca Palmer   ...   Woman Loan Shark
Shelley Conn   ...   Julie Stewart
Neil McNulty   ...   Turbonegro Fan
Ruaraidh Murray   ...   Gang Leader
Sheila Donald   ...   Old Woman
Jamie Michie   ...   Police Officer 1
Jenny Foulds   ...   Police Officer 2
Leon Butler   ...   News Footage Police Officer
Edie Jobson   ...   TV Presenter
Jamie Cho   ...   Manga Man
Karen Gillan   ...   Young Girl in Bus Station
Timothy Barrow   ...   Restaurant Manager
Terry Cade   ...   Man on Calton Hill
Rodd Christensen   ...   Bank Security Guard
Michael Moreland   ...   Police Officer at Train Station
Christina Strachan   ...   Woman in Bar 3
Billy Riddoch   ...   Man in Restaurant Toilet
Arran Topham   ...   Running Man IV
Millie Jobson   ...   Young Girl in Garden
Sophie Sullivan   ...   Young Girl in Garden
Kate Byrne   ...   Estate Agent

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