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The Truth About Love (2004)

Director: John Hay

Writers: William Johnston; Peter Bloore; Rik Carmichael; John Hay

Music Composed and Conducted by: Debbie Wiseman

Producer: Tracey Adam

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jennifer Love Hewitt
21-Feb-1979   Ghost Whisperer
Jimi Mistry
1973   The Guru
Dougray Scott
25-Nov-1965   Ripley's Game


Jennifer Love Hewitt   ...   Alice
Dougray Scott   ...   Archie
Jimi Mistry   ...   Sam
Branka Katic   ...   Katya
Kate Miles   ...   Felicity
Karl Howman   ...   Cliff
Emma Noble   ...   Sheena Divine
Simon Webbe   ...   Dan Harlow, and his Look-a-Like
David Christian   ...   Suppository Man
Freddie Waters   ...   Fidgety Teenager
Tracy O'Flaherty   ...   Promotions Woman
Thomas S. W. Boyd   ...   Henry
Elise Rayner   ...   TV Presenter
Frances Valeydon-Pillay   ...   Beauty Therapist
Marc Danbury   ...   Supporter at Court
Kirris J. Riviere   ...   Supporter at Court
Jason Speake   ...   Supporter at Court
Jason Stevens   ...   Supporter at Court
Susanne Wohnberger   ...   Blonde Reporter
Andrew Hall   ...   Defence Barrister
Sheila Ruskin   ...   Judge
Eddie Cooper   ...   Video Shop Assistant
Daniel Martin   ...   Man in Bed with Vibrator
Goran Kostic   ...   Chris Webb
Petina Hapgood   ...   Chambermaid
Maureen Bennett   ...   Jury Forewoman
Stefan Dennis   ...   Dougie
Stephen Aintree   ...   Ticket Inspector
Gordon Rennie   ...   Announcement Supervisor


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