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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of Bright Young Things

Bright Young Things

Release Date: Friday, October 3 2003 (19 years ago)
Portrait of Stephen Campbell MooreStephen Campbell Moore
Adam Fenwick-Symes
Stephen Campbell Moore was:
Portrait of Emily MortimerEmily Mortimer
Nina Blount
Emily Mortimer was:
Portrait of Harriet WalterHarriet Walter
Lady Maitland
Harriet Walter was:
Portrait of Michael SheenMichael Sheen
Miles Maitland
Michael Sheen was:
Portrait of James McAvoyJames McAvoy
Simon Balcairn
James McAvoy was:
Portrait of David TennantDavid Tennant
Ginger Littlejohn
David Tennant was:
Portrait of Stockard ChanningStockard Channing
Mrs. Melrose Ape
Stockard Channing was:
Portrait of Fenella WoolgarFenella Woolgar
Agatha Runcible
Fenella Woolgar was:
Portrait of Dan AykroydDan Aykroyd
Lord Monomark
Dan Aykroyd was:
Portrait of Simon McBurneySimon McBurney
Simon McBurney was:
Portrait of Julia McKenzieJulia McKenzie
Lottie Crump
Julia McKenzie was:
Portrait of Jim BroadbentJim Broadbent
The Drunken Major
Jim Broadbent was:
Portrait of Simon CallowSimon Callow
King of Anatolia
Simon Callow was:
Portrait of Peter O'ToolePeter O'Toole
Colonel Blount
Peter O'Toole was:
Portrait of Imelda StauntonImelda Staunton
Lady Brown
Imelda Staunton was:
Portrait of Bill PatersonBill Paterson
Sir James Brown
Bill Paterson was:
Portrait of John MillsJohn Mills
John Mills was:
Portrait of Jim CarterJim Carter
Chief Customs Officer
Jim Carter was:
Portrait of Adrian ScarboroughAdrian Scarborough
Customs Officer
Adrian Scarborough was:
Portrait of Guy HenryGuy Henry
Guy Henry was:
Portrait of Richard E. GrantRichard E. Grant
Father Rothschild
Richard E. Grant was:
Portrait of Margaret TyzackMargaret Tyzack
Lady Thobbing
Margaret Tyzack was:
Portrait of Paul PopplewellPaul Popplewell
Paul Popplewell was:
Portrait of Nigel PlanerNigel Planer
Taxi Driver
Nigel Planer was:
Portrait of Angela ThorneAngela Thorne
Kitty Blackwater
Angela Thorne was:
Portrait of Lisa JacksonLisa Jackson
Mary Moore
Lisa Jackson was:
Portrait of Lisa DillonLisa Dillon
Jane Brown
Lisa Dillon was:
Portrait of Alec NewmanAlec Newman
Alec Newman was:
Portrait of Alex BarclayAlex Barclay
Alex Barclay was:
Portrait of Gerard HoranGerard Horan
Race Official
Gerard Horan was:
Portrait of Rebekah StatonRebekah Staton
Imperial Hotel Receptionist
Rebekah Staton was:
Portrait of Alan WilliamsAlan Williams
Alan Williams was:
Portrait of Bruno LastraBruno Lastra
Bruno Lastra was:
Portrait of Tony MaudsleyTony Maudsley
Race Steward
Tony Maudsley was:
Portrait of Arturo VenegasArturo Venegas
Arturo Venegas was:
Portrait of Mark GatissMark Gatiss
House Agent
Mark Gatiss was:
Portrait of Nicholas Le PrevostNicholas Le Prevost
Lord Maitland
Nicholas Le Prevost was:
Portrait of Tom FredericTom Frederic
Party Guest
Tom Frederic was:
Portrait of Stephen FryStephen Fry
Stephen Fry was:
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