Tuesday, November 9, 2010
In a collection of comedic short films, a raft of A-list comedy names write, narrate and star in dramatisations of stories from their pasts. The all-star line-up includes Catherine Tate, Dawn French, Kathy Burke, David Baddiel, Meera Syal and Stephen Fry. Victoria Wood, Bill Bailey and Julia Davis will also pen and star in films that they will also direct.
Outnumbered star Daniel Roche (also to be seen this Christmas starring in Just William), with his friend Bunce played by newcomer Milo Quinton. Stephen said of Daniel "He really is extraordinary, tremendously poised and able to deliver lines which are not typical for a child."
Sebastian Applewhite (represented by Jackie Palmer) who plays Max in Dani's House.
Inbetweeners star Emily Atack (represented by International Artistes) as her best friend Charlie.
Sam Palladio playing Joe Strummer. Welsh actress Aimee Ffion-Edwards (Sketch from Skins) plays Mary. And Ami Metcalf (who played Sapphire in Doctors, and winner at this year's Soap Awards) stars as Young Kathy.
Bill Bailey's short "Car Park Babylon" will recreate the time he was trapped in a multi-storey car park on Christmas Eve.
Set in 1970, seven year old Meera wants to celebrate Christmas but her Hindu parents don't do Christmas. Things change though when her Uncle Satnam, with a big white beard and a taste for sherry and mince pies comes to visit. Young Meera is played by Narisa Padhiar.
Robert Donnelly, who starred in the title role in Eamon, as the young Chris.
Paul Conway (represented by North West Actors) plays the 16 year old Julian.
Dani Harmer plays an unhappy teenage Jo Brand who is bullied at her new school until her unlikely saviour appears in the form of Susan Pigg (played by Jasmyn Banks (represented by Kelly Management)).
Little Crackers starts Sunday 19th December at 9pm on Sky1 and Sky1 HD.
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