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The Grotesque (9-Sep-1995)

Director: John-Paul Davidson

Writer: Patrick McGrath

From novel: The Grotesque by Patrick McGrath

Music: Anne Dudley

Producer: Trudie Styler

Keywords: Dark Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Alan Bates
17-Feb-1934 27-Dec-2003 Basil in Zorba the Greek
Jim Carter
19-Aug-1948   Mr. Carson on Downton Abbey
Lena Headey
3-Oct-1973   The Remains of the Day
Anna Massey
11-Aug-1937 3-Jul-2011 Peeping Tom
John Mills
22-Feb-1908 23-Apr-2005 Ryan's Daughter
Theresa Russell
20-Mar-1957   Insignificance, Black Widow
2-Oct-1951   Lead singer of The Police
Trudie Styler
6-Jan-1954   Sting's wife


Alan Bates   ...   Sir Hugo Coal
Theresa Russell   ...   Lady Harriet Coal
Sting   ...   Fledge
Lena Headey   ...   Cleo Coal
Jim Carter   ...   George Lecky
Anna Massey   ...   Mrs. Giblet
Trudie Styler   ...   Doris Fledge
Maria Aitken   ...   Lavinia Freebody
James Fleet   ...   Insp. Limp
Steven Mackintosh   ...   Sidney Giblet
John Mills   ...   Sir Edward Cleghorn
Chris Barnes   ...   John Lecky
Timothy Kightley   ...   Harbottle
Richard Durden   ...   Sykes-Herring
Nick Lucas   ...   Hubert Cleggie
Annette Badland   ...   Connie Babblehump
David Henry   ...   Freddy Hough
Bob Goody   ...   Fr. Pim
Edward Jewesbury   ...   Sir Edward Tome
David Killick   ...   Sir Humphrey Stoker
Geoffrey Freshwater   ...   Jury Foreman
Jeffry Wickham   ...   Justice Congreve
Michael Cronin   ...   Dr. Walter Dendrite
Eleanor Church   ...   Nurse


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