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Wimbledon (13-Sep-2004)

Director: Richard Loncraine

Writers: Adam Brooks; Jennifer Flackett; Mark Levin

Music by: Edward Shearmur

Producers: Tim Bevan; Eric Fellner; Lisa Chasin; Mary Richards

Keywords: Romantic Comedy, Tennis

A fledgling pro tennis player recaptures his bygone passion for the game with the help of an up-and-coming female star.

English tennis pro Peter Colt is a fading star, dropping from eleventh to 119th in the world rankings with a plan to retire from the sport and become a coach after one last appearance at Wimbledon. A chance encounter with rising young women's tennis phenom Lizzie Bradbury looks to alter Peter's outlook on his career and life, however, as love blooms against the backdrop of the world's foremost tennis tournament despite Lizzie's father's plans to put an end to their budding relationship.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Paul Bettany
27-May-1971   A Knight's Tale
Eleanor Bron
14-Mar-1934   A Touch of Love
Mary Carillo
Sports Journalist
15-Mar-1957   Loquacious sports commentator
Kirsten Dunst
30-Apr-1982   Mary-Jane in Spider-Man
Chris Evert
21-Dec-1954   The Ice Maiden
Jon Favreau
19-Oct-1966   Swingers
Bernard Hill
17-Dec-1944   Boys from the Blackstuff
Celia Imrie
15-Jul-1952   Gloria Millington on Kingdom
Robert Lindsay
13-Dec-1949   Citizen Smith
James McAvoy
21-Apr-1979   Chronicles of Narnia
John McEnroe
16-Feb-1959   Winner of 17 Grand Slam titles
Sam Neill
14-Sep-1947   Played Reilly, Ace of Spies
Austin Nichols
24-Apr-1980   John from Cincinnati


Kirsten Dunst   ...   Lizzie Bradbury
Paul Bettany   ...   Peter Colt
Sam Neill   ...   Dennis Bradbury
Jon Favreau   ...   Ron Roth
Bernard Hill   ...   Edward Colt
Eleanor Bron   ...   Augusta Colt
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau   ...   Dieter Prohl
Austin Nichols   ...   Jake Hammond
Robert Lindsay   ...   Ian Frazier
James McAvoy   ...   Carl Colt
Kyle Hyde   ...   Monte Carlo Opponent
Celia Imrie   ...   Mrs. Kenwood
Penny Ryder   ...   Mrs. Littlejohn
Annabel Leventon   ...   Mrs. Rossdale
Amanda Walker   ...   Country Club Tennis Lady
Marina Morgan   ...   Hotel Receptionist
Barry Jackson   ...   Danny Oldham
Beti Sekulovski   ...   Lizzie's 1st Opponent
Vikas Punna   ...   Ajay Bhatt
Abhin Galeya   ...   Vijay
John McGlynn   ...   Bookmaker
Jonathan Timmins   ...   Ball Boy
Martin O'Brien   ...   Reporter 1
John Warnaby   ...   Reporter 2
Tam Hoskyns   ...   Reporter 3
Peter Cartwright   ...   Elderly Man in Lift
Eve Pearce   ...   Elderly Woman in Lift
Murphy Jensen   ...   Ivan Dragomir
Jeremy Child   ...   Fred Pilger
Cecilia Dazzi   ...   Billi Clementi
Ulla Dirscherl van Zeller   ...   Sophia Eri
Jesse Loncraine   ...   Tennis Player
Kellie Shirley   ...   Betting Shop Girl
Gemma Catlin   ...   Betting Shop Girl's Friend
Alun Jones   ...   Tom Cavendish
Simon Greenall   ...   Chauffeur
Laura Morley   ...   Lizzie's 2nd Opponent
Danny Baker   ...   Radio London DJ
Hamed Madani   ...   Pierre Maroux
Rebecca Dandeniya   ...   Arliyia Rupesindhe
Sam Bond   ...   TV Reporter
Laurence Kennedy   ...   TV Interviewer
Alan David   ...   Dr. Taylor
Helen Blatch   ...   Mrs. Biggins
Chris Moyles   ...   Radio 1 DJ
Azucena Duran   ...   Dorchester Maid
Gareth Llewelyn   ...   Dorchester Bellhop
Geoff Leesley   ...   Dorchester Doorman
Barry Lee-Thomas   ...   Umpire -- Final
Ryan McCluskey   ...   Outside Broadcast Director
Maggie McCormack   ...   Peter and Lizzie's Daughter
Thomas Blore   ...   Peter and Lizzie's Son
Special Appearances as Themselves
John McEnroe   ...   Himself
Chris Evert   ...   Herself
Mary Carillo   ...   Herself
John Barrett   ...   Himself


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