Captives - Cast

Cast

  • Julia Ormond as Rachel Clifford
  • Tim Roth as Philip Chaney
  • Keith Allen as Lenny
  • Mark Strong as Kenny
  • Siobhan Redmond as Sue
  • Peter Capaldi as Simon
  • Colin Salmon as Towler
  • Richard Hawley as Sexton
  • Annette Badland as Maggie
  • Jeff Nuttall as Harold
  • Kenneth Cope as Dr. Hockley
  • Bill Moody as Surgery Officer
  • Nathan Dambuza as Moses
  • Christina Collingridge as Katie
  • Victoria Scarborough as Dental Nurse
  • Anthony Keirnan as Blackie

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