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Billy Elliot (19-May-2000)

Director: Stephen Daldry

Writer: Lee Hall

Composer: Stephen Warbeck

Producers: Greg Brenman; Jon Finn

Keywords: Drama, Dance, Tap Dancing

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jamie Bell
14-Mar-1986   Billy Elliot
Gary Lewis
30-Nov-1957   Gangs of New York
Patrick Malahide
24-Mar-1945   Alleyn Mysteries
Julie Walters
22-Feb-1950   Educating Rita


Julie Walters   ...   Mrs. Wilkinson
Gary Lewis   ...   Dad
Jamie Draven   ...   Tony
Jamie Bell   ...   Billy Elliot
Jean Heywood   ...   Grandma
Stuart Wells   ...   Michael
Mike Elliot   ...   George Watson
Billy Fane   ...   Mr. Braithwaite
Nicola Blackwell   ...   Debbie
Carol McGuigan   ...   Librarian
Joe Renton   ...   Gary Poulson
Colin MacLachlan   ...   Mr. Wilkinson
Janine Birkett   ...   Billy's Mum
Trevor Fox   ...   PC Jeff Peverly
Charlie Hardwick   ...   Sheila Briggs
Denny Ferguson   ...   Miner
Dennis Lingard   ...   NCB Official
Matthew Thomas   ...   Simon
Steve Mangan   ...   Ballet Doctor
Paul Ridley   ...   Tutor in Medical
Patrick Malahide   ...   Principal
Barbara Leigh-Hunt   ...   Vice-Principal
Imogen Claire   ...   Tutor 1
Diana Kent   ...   Tutor 2
Neil North   ...   Tutor 3
Lee Williams   ...   Tutor 4
Petra Siniawski   ...   Teacher
Merelina Kendall   ...   Secretary
Zoe Bell   ...   Sandra
Tracey Wilkinson   ...   Geography Teacher
Merryn Owen   ...   Michael (Aged 25)
Adam Cooper   ...   Billy (Aged 25)


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