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Johnny English (6-Apr-2003)

Director: Peter Howitt

Writers: Neal Purvis; Robert Wade; William Davies

Music by: Edward Shearmur

Producers: Tim Bevan; Eric Fellner; Mark Huffam

Keywords: Action/Comedy, Espionage, Spoof, Explosions

Spy-genre spoof follows the unlikely adventures of a bumbling fellow who becomes Great Britain's only spy after an attack on MI5's roster of agents.

Veteran comic Rowan Atkinson stars in this thinly-veiled James Bond spoof as Johnny English, a dimwitted yet ever-confident British intelligence agent who becomes their only agent, "Agent One", after every other agent is killed in a terrorist attack on the funeral for the former Agent One. Johnny English follows our titular hero as he works to foil a plot by French businessman and William the Conqueror descendant Pascal Edward Sauvage to usurp the British throne for himself, battling a cast of ridiculous obstacles and his own ineptitude on his way to saving the day.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Rowan Atkinson
6-Jan-1955   Mr. Bean
Natalie Imbruglia
4-Feb-1975   Torn
John Malkovich
9-Dec-1953   Subject of Being John Malkovich
Kevin McNally
27-Apr-1956   Pirates of the Caribbean
Tim Pigott-Smith
13-May-1946 7-Apr-2017 The Jewel in the Crown
Greg Wise
15-May-1966   Sense and Sensibility


Rowan Atkinson   ...   Johnny English
Natalie Imbruglia   ...   Lorna Campbell
Ben Miller   ...   Bough
John Malkovich   ...   Pascal Sauvage
Tim Pigott-Smith   ...   Pegasus
Kevin McNally   ...   Prime Minister
Oliver Ford Davies   ...   Archbishop of Canterbury
Douglas McFerran   ...   Carlos Vendetta
Tasha de Vasconcelos   ...   Exotic Woman
Greg Wise   ...   Agent One
Steve Nicolson   ...   Dieter Klein
Terence Harvey   ...   Official at Funeral
Nina Young   ...   Pegasus' Secretary
Rowland Davies   ...   Sir Anthony Chevenix
Philippa Fordham   ...   Snobby Woman
Tim Berrington   ...   Roger
Simon Bernstein   ...   Assailant
Martin Lawton   ...   Hearse Driver
Neville Phillips   ...   Priest
Takuya Matsumoto   ...   Sushi Waiter
Peter Tenn   ...   Sushi Bar Customer
Sam Beazley   ...   Elderly Man
Kevin Moore   ...   Doctor
Faruk Pruti   ...   Truth Serum Guard
Marc Danbury   ...   Guard
Jack Raymond   ...   French Reception Waiter
Jenny Galloway   ...   Foreign Secretary
Bond   ...   String Quartet
Chris Tarrant   ...   Radio Announcer
James Greene   ...   Scottish Bishop
Clive Graham   ...   Welsh Bishop
Trevor McDonald   ...   Newscaster


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