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16 Years of Alcohol (17-May-2003)

Director: Richard Jobson

Writer: Richard Jobson

Music Composer: Keith Atack

Producers: Hamish McAlpine; Richard Jobson; Mark Burton

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ewen Bremner
23-Jan-1972   Julien Donkey-Boy
Jim Carter
19-Aug-1948   Mr. Carson on Downton Abbey
Laura Fraser
24-Jul-1976   Virtual Sexuality
Kevin McKidd
9-Aug-1973   Trainspotting


Kevin McKidd   ...   Frankie
Laura Fraser   ...   Helen
Susan Lynch   ...   Mary
Jim Carter   ...   Director
Ewen Bremner   ...   Jake
Elaine C. Smith   ...   AA Meeting Woman
Kate Robbins   ...   Fighting Couple Woman
Marcia Rose   ...   Female Actor
Lewis MacLeod   ...   Frankie's Father
Lisa May Cooper   ...   Frankie's Mother
Gerald Lepkowski   ...   Male Actor
Iain de Caestecker   ...   Frankie (Boy)
Stuart Sinclair Blyth   ...   Miller
Russell Anderson   ...   Kill
Michael Moreland   ...   Budgie
Jim Cunningham   ...   Fighting Couple Man
Allison McKenzie   ...   Dad's Lover
Naoufal Ousellam   ...   Rival Gang Boy 1
Nabil Stuart   ...   Rival Gang Boy 2
John Comerford   ...   Barman
Colvin Cruickshank   ...   Record Shop Assistant
Louise Irwin   ...   Brewery Woman 1
Pauline Goldsmith   ...   Brewery Woman 2
Carole O'Brien   ...   Clothes Shop Assistant
David Gallagher   ...   Art Critic
Anne Downie   ...   Art Critic's Friend
John Yule   ...   Referee
Tony Strachan   ...   Parent's Friend
Jenny Hogarth   ...   Helen's Friend


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