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Tom & Viv (11-Nov-1994)

Director: Brian Gilbert

Writers: Michael Hastings; Adrian Hodges

From a play by: Michael Hastings

Music Composed and Conducted by: Debbie Wiseman

Producers: Marc Samuelson; Harvey Kass; Peter Samuelson

Keywords: Drama, Poetry, Biography, Insane Asylum

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Anna Chancellor
27-Apr-1965   Juliet Shaw on Spooks
Willem Dafoe
22-Jul-1955   Last Temptation of Christ
Rosemary Harris
19-Sep-1927   Aunt May in Spider-Man
Miranda Richardson
3-Mar-1958   The Crying Game


Willem Dafoe   ...   Tom Eliot
Miranda Richardson   ...   Vivienne Haigh-Wood
Rosemary Harris   ...   Rose Haigh-Wood
Tim Dutton   ...   Maurice Haigh-Wood
Nickolas Grace   ...   Bertrand Russel
Geoffrey Bayldon   ...   Harwent
Clare Holman   ...   Louise Purdon
Philip Locke   ...   Charles Haigh-Wood
Joanna McCallum   ...   Virginia Woolf
Joseph O'Conor   ...   Bishop of Oxford
John Savident   ...   Sir Frederick Lamb
Michael Attwell   ...   W. I. Janes
Sharon Bower   ...   Secretary
Linda Spurrier   ...   Edith Sitwell
Roberta Taylor   ...   Ottoline Morrell
Christopher Baines   ...   Verger
Anna Chancellor   ...   Woman
John Clegg   ...   2nd Man
James Greene   ...   Dr. Cyriax
Lou Hirsch   ...   Capt. Todd
Edward Holmes   ...   Telegraph Boy
Simon McBurney   ...   Dr. Reginald Miller
William Osborne   ...   Curate
Simon Robson   ...   1st Man
Hugh Simon   ...   Concierge
Derek Smee   ...   Mr. Davis
Peter Stockbridge   ...   Porter
Judith Sweeney   ...   Nurse
Giles Taylor   ...   Young Man


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