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Easy Virtue (8-Sep-2008)

Director: Stephan Elliott

Writers: Stephan Elliott; Sheridan Jobbins

From a play: Easy Virtue by Noel Coward

Music by: Marius De Vries

Producers: Barnaby Thompson; Joe Abrams; James D. Stern

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ben Barnes
20-Aug-1981   Prince Caspian
Jessica Biel
3-Mar-1982   The Rules of Attraction
Colin Firth
10-Sep-1960   Pride and Prejudice
Kris Marshall
1973   The Most Fertile Man in Ireland
Kristin Scott Thomas
24-May-1960   Four Weddings and a Funeral


Jessica Biel   ...   Larita
Colin Firth   ...   Jim Whittaker
Kristin Scott Thomas   ...   Veronica Whittaker
Ben Barnes   ...   John Whittaker
Kris Marshall   ...   Furber
Kimberley Nixon   ...   Hilda Whittaker
Katherine Parkinson   ...   Marion Whittaker
Pip Torrens   ...   Lord Hurst
Christian Brassington   ...   Philip Hurst
Charlotte Riley   ...   Sarah Hurst
Jim McManus   ...   Jackson
Jeremy Hooton   ...   Davis
Joanna Bacon   ...   Cook
Maggie Hickey   ...   Millie the Maid
John Warburton   ...   Mr. Gribble
Georgie Glen   ...   Mrs. Landrigin
David Longstaff   ...   Rev. Burton
Michael Archer   ...   Warwick Holborough
Rebel Penfold-Russell   ...   Mrs. Winston
Stewart Clarke   ...   Young Man #1
Oliver Reid   ...   Young Man #2
Joe Reid   ...   Young Man #3
Stephan Elliott   ...   Grumpy Party Guest
Sheridan Jobbins   ...   Grumpy Party Guest
Fizz   ...   Poppy


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