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KEIRA KNIGHTLEY (Elizabeth Bennet)

Keira Knightley is one of today's true rising stars in films.

She is known to audiences worldwide for her performances in Gore Verbinski's blockbuster Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, starring opposite Johnny Depp and Orlando Bloom for producer Jerry Bruckheimer; Gurinder Chadha's sleeper hit Bend It Like Beckham (for which she was honoured with the London Critics Circle Award for British Newcomer of the Year); and Richard Curtis' ultimate romantic comedy Love Actually, also for Working Title Films.

Ms Knightley next stars in Tony Scott's action thriller Domino, as real-life bounty hunter Domino Harvey. She is currently at work filming Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (the first of two sequels to be filmed back-to-back).

The UK native acquired an agent at an early age, and appeared in her first television drama (Ferdinand Fairfax' Royal Celebration) at the age of 6. Her subsequent television credits included playing Lara in Giacomo Campiotti's miniseries remake of Doctor Zhivago (opposite Hans Matheson).

Ms Knightley's first big-screen role was as a handmaiden in George Lucas' Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace. Among her subsequent films were Gillies Mackinnon's Pure; Antoine Fuqua's King Arthur (again for producer Jerry Bruckheimer), as Guinevere; and John Maybury's The Jacket.


Matthew Macfadyen has become best known to audiences on both sides of the Atlantic for his compelling portrayal of government agent Tom Quinn in the hit series Spooks. The series (co-starring Keeley Hawes, David Oyelowo, and Peter Firth) enjoyed three successful seasons on the BBC.

Mr Macfadyen is now also making a name for himself in films. After small but pivotal roles in Ben Elton's Maybe Baby (with Hugh Laurie and Joely Richardson), Michael Apted's Enigma (with Dougray Scott and Kate Winslet), and Paul McGuigan's The Reckoning (with Paul Bettany and Willem Dafoe), he played his first lead film role (opposite Miranda Otto) in Brad McGann's In My Father's Den. The dramatic thriller attracted attention from the worldwide film industry.

Mr Macfadyen's acting career began with extensive schooling. He attended Oakham School in Rutland, Leicestershire, where he was a drama scholar from 1990 to 1992. On leaving Oakham, he was accepted at the famed Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA).

He graduated from RADA to join the innovative Cheek by Jowl theatre company, and made his professional stage debut in the troupe's production of The Duchess of Malfi. He also performed with the Royal Shakespeare Company, in productions of A Midsummer Night's Dream and School for Scandal, and on international tours.

In 1998, Mr Macfadyen starred again with Cheek by Jowl, as Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing, opposite Saskia Reeves as Beatrice. The production "crossed the pond" to the US, playing at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM).

In 1999, he was nominated for the prestigious RSC Ian Charleson Award for Best Classical Actor under 30.

At that time, Mr Macfadyen began working in UK television, taking a role in David Skynner's telefilm remake of Wuthering Heights. He was nominated for a Royal Television Society Award for his first television starring role, in Peter Kosminsky's BAFTA Award-winning BBC drama Warriors. He subsequently starred opposite Sir Michael Gambon in Stephen Poliakoff's miniseries Perfect Strangers, again winning acclaim.

His subsequent UK television miniseries appearances include David Yates' BAFTA Award-winning The Way We Live Now and Peter Kosminsky's The Project.

Mr Macfadyen's most recent stage appearance is in Nicholas Hytner's National Theatre production of Henry IV, Parts 1 and 2, starring as Prince Hal opposite Sir Michael Gambon's Falstaff.


Brenda Blethyn will next be seen starring onscreen in Gaby Dellal's On a Clear Day, opposite Peter Mullan.

Her performance in Mike Leigh's Secrets & Lies gained the actress international recognition, as she won Best Actress honours from the Golden Globes, the BAFTAs, the Cannes International Film Festival, and the Los Angeles Film Critics Association. She was also nominated for the Screen Actors Guild Award and the Academy Award.

Ms Blethyn was again nominated for an Academy Award, as Best Supporting Actress, for her performance in Mark Herman's Little Voice, which also brought her BAFTA, Screen Actors Guild, and Golden Globe Award nominations. She has been nominated a third time for the latter, for her performance in Nigel Cole's Saving Grace.

Her other film credits include Cherie Nowlan's upcoming Clubland; John McKay's Piccadilly Jim; Kevin Spacey's Beyond the Sea; Nicole Holofcener's Lovely & Amazing; Robert Redford's A River Runs Through It; and Nicolas Roeg's The Witches.

Ms Blethyn was an Emmy Award nominee for her performance in Robert Dornhelm's miniseries Anne Frank: The Whole Story. Her other notable television credits include Christopher Menaul's Belonging (for which she earned a BAFTA Award nomination); Benjamin Ross' RKO 281 (as Louella Parsons) and Roger Michell's miniseries The Buddha of Suburbia.

She has been acting on the stage for 30 years, and recently starred on Broadway in Marsha Norman's 'night, Mother, opposite Edie Falco for director Michael Mayer.

In 2000, Ms Blethyn was awarded the Order of the British Empire.


Donald Sutherland's career as an actor encompasses over 100 films.

These include such classics as Robert Aldrich's The Dirty Dozen; Robert Altman's MASH; Alan J Pakula's Klute (opposite Jane Fonda); Nicolas Roeg's Don't Look Now (opposite Julie Christie); John Schlesinger's The Day of the Locust; Bernardo Bertolucci's 1900; Federico Fellini's Casanova; John Landis' National Lampoon's Animal House; Robert Redford's Ordinary People (opposite Mary Tyler Moore and Timothy Hutton); and Oliver Stone's JFK.

Mr Sutherland's many other films include Paul Mazursky's Alex in Wonderland; Philip Kaufman's Invasion of the Body Snatchers; Bob Clark's Murder by Decree; Richard Marquand's Eye of the Needle; Richard Pearce's Threshold; Euzhan Palcy's A Dry White Season; Fred Schepisi's Six Degrees of Separation; Barry Levinson's Disclosure; Joel Schumacher's A Time to Kill; Robert Towne's Without Limits; Clint Eastwood's Space Cowboys; F Gary Gray's The Italian Job; and Anthony Minghella's Cold Mountain.

He will shortly be seen starring in Griffin Dunne's Fierce People (opposite Diane Lane); Robert Edwards' Land of the Blind (opposite Ralph Fiennes); Aric Avelino's American Gun (opposite Sissy Spacek); James CE Burke's Aurora Borealis (opposite Louise Fletcher and Juliette Lewis); and Robert Towne's Ask the Dust (opposite Salma Hayek).

Mr Sutherland won Emmy and Golden Globe Awards for his performance in Chris Gerolmo's Citizen X, and won a second Golden Globe Award for his performance in John Frankenheimer's Path to War.

He is currently at work on the new ABC dramatic series Commander-in-Chief, in which he stars as the Speaker of the House, opposite Geena Davis as the first female US President.


While at Cambridge, Tom Hollander was in the university's Cambridge Footlights revue and played a much-celebrated Cyrano de Bergerac, directed by Sam Mendes. His honours include a Best Actor nod from Time Out; and four Ian Charleson Awards from the London Critics Circle.

His stage and radio credits include productions of The Judas Kiss; The Government Inspector; Tartuffe; Mojo; and The Threepenny Opera (again directed by Sam Mendes, at the Donmar Warehouse). On television he has appeared on Absolutely Fabulous, among other series; in the miniseries Wives and Daughters (directed by Nicholas Renton) and in the telefilms The Lost Prince (directed by Stephen Polikoff) and Cambridge Spies (as Guy Burgess, directed by Tim Fywell).

Mr Hollander's film credits include Robert Altman's Academy Award-winning Gosford Park; Tom Hunsinger and Neil Hunter's TheLawless Heart; Neil LaBute's Possession (also for Focus Features); Michael Apted's Enigma; Ben Elton's Maybe Baby; Rose Troche's Bedrooms and Hallways; Terry George's Some Mother's Son; Richard Eyre's Stage Beauty; John McKay's Piccadilly Jim; Laurence Dunmore's The Libertine; Robert Edwards' Land of the Blind; and, now in production, Gore Verbinski's two back-to-back Pirates of the Caribbean sequels.


Rosamund Pike will shortly be seen starring in Andrzej Bartkowiak's sci-fi action thriller Doom.

At 16, she joined the National Youth Theatre, while continuing her studies at Oxford University and gaining a degree in English literature. Her first television roles were also undertaken during her studies - including leading roles in the miniseries Wives and Daughters (directed by Nicholas Renton) and Love in a Cold Climate (directed by Tom Hooper).

In her recent return to the stage, Ms Pike won critical praise for her starring role in Terry Johnson's Hitchcock Blonde.

Her other films include Laurence Dunmore's The Libertine and Lee Tamahori's blockbuster Die Another Day (opposite Pierce Brosnan as James Bond).

JENA MALONE (Lydia Bennet)

Jena Malone made an unforgettable debut in the lead role of Anjelica Huston's Bastard Out of Carolina (based on the Dorothy Allison book of the same name), which aired on Showtime. Her performance earned her CableACE, Screen Actors Guild, and Independent Spirit Award nominations as well as a Young Artist Award.

A number of projects followed, with roles that firmly established her as a gifted young actor. She starred in another acclaimed Showtime telefilm, Martin Bell's Hidden in America; Robert Zemeckis' blockbuster Contact (as the young Jodie Foster character); Goldie Hawn's telefilm Hope (which earned her a Golden Globe Award nomination); John Erman's "Hallmark Hall of Fame" telefilm Ellen Foster; Chris Columbus' popular Stepmom; and John Stockwell's telefilm Cheaters.

More recently, Ms Malone has starred onscreen in one of the most talked-about films of recent years, Richard Kelly's Donnie Darko; Irwin Winkler's Life as a House; Peter Care's The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys; Jordan Brady's American Girl (which she co-produced); Anthony Minghella's award-winning Cold Mountain; Rebecca Miller's The Ballad of Jack and Rose; and Brian Dannelly's Saved!

JUDI DENCH (Lady Catherine de Bourg)

Since playing Ophelia in Hamlet at the Old Vic 40 years ago, Judi Dench has received worldwide acclaim for a career marked by outstanding performances in both classical and contemporary roles and notable for encompassing the full range of the stage, television, and motion pictures. She has won 9 BAFTA Awards to date.

Ms Dench received the OBE (Order of the British Empire) in 1970 for services to the theatre, and subsequently became a DBE (Dame of the British Empire) in 1998 and received the Order of the Companion of Honour this year.

She won the Academy Award for her performance in John Madden's Shakespeare in Love, in addition to a BAFTA Award and the National Society of Film Critics citation. An earlier collaboration with the director, Mrs Brown, earned her Golden Globe and BAFTA Awards, as well as an Academy Award nomination.

Ms Dench was again an Academy Award and Golden Globe Award nominee for both Lasse Hallström's Chocolat (for which she won a Screen Actors Guild Award) and Richard Eyre's Iris (for which she won a BAFTA Award).

Her other feature film credits include David Hare's Wetherby; Merchant Ivory's A Room with a View (for which she won a BAFTA Award); David Jones' 84 Charing Cross Road; Charles Sturridge's A Handful of Dust (for which she won a BAFTA Award); Kenneth Branagh's Henry V and Hamlet; Franco Zeffirelli's Tea with Mussolini; Lasse Hallström's The Shipping News; Charles Dance's Ladies in Lavender; and four movies as spy boss "M" opposite Pierce Brosnan as James Bond, the most recent of which was Lee Tamahori's Die Another Day.

Ms Dench will soon be seen starring opposite Bob Hoskins in the title role of Stephen Frears' Mrs Henderson Presents, and next begins work on Richard Eyre's Notes on a Scandal.

Her television work includes the long-running series As Time Goes By (starring opposite Geoffrey Palmer); the animated series Angelina Ballerina (starring opposite her daughter, Finty Williams); and Gillies Mackinnon's telefilm (also for Working Title) The Last of the Blonde Bombshells, for which she won BAFTA and Golden Globe Awards.

In recent years, Ms Dench has starred onstage in David Hare's Amy's View (winning a Tony Award for her performance in the Broadway production); Peter Hall's staging of The Royal Family; David Hare's The Breath of Life, at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, with Dame Maggie Smith; and All's Well That Ends Well, for the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford and then the West End.


Carey Mulligan makes her professional debut as Kitty Bennet in Pride & Prejudice. Previous acting experience was gained in local amateur theatre. She recently gained critical acclaim at the Royal Court Theatre, in Kevin Eyot's drama Forty Winks.


Talulah's first professional acting job was at the age of 17 as Angela in Five Little Pigs; an episode of the Granada television series Poirot starring David Suchet. Having continued on to A-Levels and now finished school, she makes her feature film debut in Pride & Prejudice.

Talulah is currently appearing in the Old Vic production of The Philadelphia Story alongside Kevin Spacey and Jennifer Ehle.

SIMON WOODS (Mr Bingley)

Simon Woods starred in Joe Wright's award-winning television drama Charles II, as the Duke of Marlborough. He has appeared in television drama series' Foyle's War and Cambridge Spies, with Tom Hollander. Since Pride & Prejudice he has remained in period costume playing Princess Margaret's lover in the forthcoming biopic, and a spy in Elizabeth and Essex, opposite Helen Mirren and Jeremy Irons.

Whilst at Oxford, from where he graduated in 2002, he directed seven plays, including two sell-out runs at the Oxford Playhouse

As a writer, he was commissioned to adapt for the stage Arthur Koestler's seminal novel Darkness at Noon for Portobello Pictures. He is currently preparing a collaborative show of text-based art installations entitled Resight Resound.

KELLY REILLY (Miss Bingley)

At the age of seventeen, Kelly Reilly was spotted by an agent at an amateur actors' showcase, and sent to her first audition. She landed the role in television drama Prime Suspect, and continued her career on stage and television, leaving no time to attend drama school as she had originally intended. In 2003, her stage role in Patrick Marber's adaptation After Miss Julie was awarded by a nomination as Best Actress at the Olivier Awards, the youngest nominee ever.

Her film appearances include The Libertine, with Johnny Depp, Les Poupee Russes, with Audrey Tatou, and most recently, Mrs Henderson Presents, where she will star alongside Judi Dench.

CLAUDIE BLAKLEY (Charlotte Lucas)

Claudie Blakley's credits include Robert Altman's ensemble drama Gosford Park and Peter Bogdanovich's The Cats Meow.

On stage she was awarded the Ian Charleson Award for her performance in The Seagull, and most recently appeared in Trevor Nunn's staging of The Lady from the Sea, alongside Natasha Richardson, and with the Royal Shakespeare Company in Alls Well that Ends Well, directed by Greg Doran.

Her television appearances include Adrian Shergold's contemporary drama Dirty Filthy Love, and the adaptation He Knew He Was Right, directed by Tom Vaughan.


A recent graduate of the Webber Douglas School of Drama, Rupert Friend appeared in many stage productions there including taking the role of Darcy in Pride and Prejudice.

Since graduating, he has appeared in the films Sex Lies and Cyberspace, directed by Henry Singer, and The Libertine, directed by Laurence Dunmore. He will next be seen in a starring role opposite Joan Plowright in Mrs Palfrey at the Claremont, directed by Dan Ireland, adapted from the novel by Elizabeth Taylor.


JOE WRIGHT (Director)

Joe Wright won a BAFTA Award for his work on the miniseries Charles II: The Power & The Passion, which was his most recent directorial project. The miniseries, which starred Rufus Sewell, won two additional BAFTA Awards, and was nominated for three more.

His prior credits as director include another highly acclaimed miniseries, the epic drama Nature Boy (for which he was a BAFTA Award nominee), starring Lee Ingleby; the miniseries Bodily Harm, starring Timothy Spall; and the telefilm Bob & Rose (which won several international awards).

Mr Wright has also directed two short films, The End (written by Kathy Burke, and aired on the UK's Channel 4) and Crocodile Snap (starring Claire Rushbrook, and aired on the BBC). The latter was a BAFTA Award nominee.

He directed his first short film, Whatever Happened to Walthamstow Marshes, back in 1991, while enrolled at the Camberwell School of Arts. From 1991 to 1994, he studied Fine Art, Film and Video at St. Martin's.

In 1993, Mr Wright was awarded a Fuji Film Scholarship to make The Middle Ground. As part of the development process, he spent six weeks teaching drama at Islington Green School, where the short was cast and subsequently filmed.


Working Title Films, co-chaired by Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner since 1992, has become Europe's leading film production company, making movies that defy boundaries as well as demographics.

Working Title, founded in 1983, was recently presented with the Michael Balcon Award for Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema at the Orange British Academy Film Awards [BAFTA, Britain's equivalent of the Oscar] and the Alexander Walker Film Award at the Evening Standard British Film Awards. Together, Messrs. Bevan and Fellner have made more than 70 films that have grossed nearly $3 billion worldwide. Their films have won 4 Academy Awards (for Tim Robbins' Dead Man Walking, Joel and Ethan Coen's Fargo, and Shekhar Kapur's Elizabeth), 20 BAFTA Awards (including ones for Richard Curtis' Love Actually and Mike Newell's Four Weddings and a Funeral), and prestigious prizes at the Cannes and Berlin International Film Festivals, among other honours. Messrs. Bevan and Fellner were recently made CBEs (Commanders of the British Empire).

In addition to those films mentioned above, Working Title's other worldwide successes include Roger Michell's Notting Hill; Mel Smith's Bean; Sydney Pollack's The Interpreter; Peter Howitt's Johnny English; Joel and Ethan Coen's O Brother, Where Art Thou?; Chris and Paul Weitz'

About a Boy; and both Bridget Jones movies (directed by Sharon Maguire and Beeban Kidron, respectively). The company has enjoyed long and successful creative collaborations with writer/director Richard Curtis; actors Rowan Atkinson, Colin Firth, and Hugh Grant; and the Coen Brothers filmmaking team, among others.

Upcoming Working Title films include Kirk Jones' Nanny McPhee, written by and starring Emma Thompson and also starring Colin Firth, Angela Lansbury, and Kelly Macdonald; and Phillip Noyce's Hot Stuff, currently in pre-production, to star Tim Robbins and Derek Luke.

In 1999, a new division, WT², was formed with the purpose of providing an energetic and creatively fertile home for key emerging UK film talent and lower-budgeted productions. Its first film, Stephen Daldry's Billy Elliot, was released in 2000 and became an international critical and commercial hit. The film grossed over $100 million worldwide, earned three Academy Award and two Golden Globe Award nominations, and was named Best Feature at the British Independent Film Awards. The film's director Stephen Daldry and screenwriter Lee Hall have reunited for a stage musical version, with newly composed songs by Sir Elton John. The production, marking Working Title's debut theatrical venture (co-produced with Old Vic Prods.), opened at London's Victoria Theatre in May 2005 to glowing reviews.

WT²'s subsequent films have included Mark Mylod's Ali G Indahouse, starring Sacha Baron Cohen, which was a smash in the UK; Marc Evans' acclaimed thriller My Little Eye; Terry Loane's Mickybo & Me; Damien O'Donnell's Inside I'm Dancing, which won the Audience Award at the 2004 Edinburgh International Film Festival; and Edgar Wright's award-winning sleeper hit "rom-zom-com" (romantic zombie comedy) Shaun of the Dead.


Paul Webster is an independent feature film producer based in London. In 2004, he formed Kudos Pictures with Stephen Garrett and Jane Featherstone.

He was executive producer of two recent award-winning features, Walter Salles' The Motorcycle Diaries and Kevin Macdonald's Touching the Void.

As the creator and head of FilmFour, the feature film arm of Channel Four, Mr Webster oversaw a slate of original productions from 1998 through 2002 that included such movies as Gregor Jordan's Buffalo Soldiers (starring Joaquin Phoenix); Jez Butterworth's Birthday Girl (starring Nicole Kidman); Gillian Armstrong's Charlotte Gray (starring Cate Blanchett); and Jonathan Glazer's Sexy Beast (for which Sir Ben Kingsley received an Academy Award nomination).

Prior to forming FilmFour, Mr Webster was head of production at Miramax Films for over two years. In that capacity, he supervised such Academy Award-winning films as Anthony Minghella's The English Patient, Gus Van Sant's Good Will Hunting, and John Madden's Shakespeare in Love.

He had previously worked as a producer, both independently and with Working Title Films, during which time he produced such films as Mel Smith's The Tall Guy (starring Emma Thompson), Peter Medak's Romeo is Bleeding (starring Gary Oldman), and James Gray's Little Odessa (which won the Silver Lion Award at the 1994 Venice International Film Festival). He subsequently re-teamed with the latter filmmaker as producer of The Yards.

Prior to segueing into his producing career, he ran Palace Pictures, the theatrical distribution arm of the UK production company Palace. Mr Webster began working in the film industry in the mid-1970s, clerking at the (Notting Hill) Gate cinema.


Deborah Moggach is a screenwriter and novelist.

She has written the screenplays for a number of television miniseries. These include Love in a Cold Climate (which she adapted from Nancy Mitford's novel); Goggle Eyes (for which she won a Writers' Guild of Great Britain Award, and which was adapted from Anne Fine's novel and directed by Carol Wiseman); Seesaw (directed by George Case, and for which she adapted her own novel); Final Demand (directed by Tom Vaughan); and Close Relations (directed by Michael Whyte).

Ms Moggach's novels include the best-selling Tulip Fever and Porky.

DEBRA HAYWARD (Executive Producer)

The long-time head of film for Working Title Films, Debra Hayward recently transitioned into an exclusive deal to work as executive producer on a slate of films. The restructuring follows her being creatively responsible for Working Title's motion pictures, in conjunction with US counterpart Liza Chasin.

Ms Hayward joined Working Title in 1989 as producer's assistant on such films as Pat O'Connor's Fools of Fortune and Nick Ward's Dakota Road. She then segued into development, working on such diverse features as Hanif Kurieshi's London Kills Me and Vincent Ward's Map of the Human Heart.

Her credits as executive producer include Beeban Kidron's Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason; Michael Lehmann's 40 Days and 40 Nights; Richard Loncraine's Wimbledon; Daisy von Scherler Mayer's The Guru; and Kirk Jones' upcoming Nanny McPhee, written by and starring Emma Thompson.

Ms Hayward has co-produced, among other films, Sydney Pollack's The Interpreter; Richard Curtis' Love Actually; Peter Howitt's Johnny English; Paul and Chris Weitz' About A Boy; John Madden's Captain Corelli's Mandolin; Sharon Maguire's Bridget Jones's Diary; Peter Hewitt's The Borrowers; and Shekhar Kapur's Academy Award-winning Elizabeth, starring Cate Blanchett.

As development executive, she was instrumental in bringing to the screen such films as Roger Michell's Notting Hill; Jake Scott's Plunkett & Macleane; Lawrence Kasdan's French Kiss; David Anspaugh's Moonlight and Valentino; Mario Van Peebles' Panther and Posse; and Mike Newell's smash Four Weddings and a Funeral.

LIZA CHASIN (Executive Producer)

Liza Chasin has served as president of US production at Working Title Films since 1996. She most recently co-produced Sydney Pollack's hit The Interpreter, starring Nicole Kidman and Sean Penn.

She was executive producer of Catherine Hardwicke's highly acclaimed debut feature thirteen; and Beeban Kidron's Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason.Additionally, she co-produced Richard Curtis' Love Actually; and produced Richard Loncraine's Wimbledon, starring Kirsten Dunst and Paul Bettany.

Over the past decade, Ms Chasin has been involved in the development and production of such acclaimed films as Tim Robbins' Academy Award-winning Dead Man Walking; Joel and Ethan Coen's O Brother, Where Art Thou? and Academy Award-winning Fargo; and Roger Michell's smash Notting Hill. She also co-produced Paul and Chris Weitz' About A Boy; Sharon Maguire's Bridget Jones's Diary; Stephen Frears' High Fidelity; and Shekhar Kapur's Academy Award-winning Elizabeth, starring Cate Blanchett.

A graduate of NYU Film School, Ms Chasin first joined Working Title in 1991 as director of development. She was then promoted to vice president of production and development, becoming the head of the Los Angeles office and overseeing the company's creative affairs in the US. Prior to joining Working Title, she worked for several years in various production capacities at New York-based production companies.

JANE FRAZER (Co-Producer)

Jane Frazer was co-producer of Robert Altman's Gosford Park, for which Julian Fellowes won the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay.

She began her producing career in the mid-1980s, working with directors Stephen Frears (on My Beautiful Laundrette, as production manager) and Bernard Rose (on Paperhouse and Chicago Joe and the Showgirl, as associate producer), and then on Peter Medak's Let Him Have It (as associate producer).

From 1992 through 1999, Ms Frazer worked as head of production for Working Title Films. Among the notable films that she oversaw there were Mike Newell's smash Four Weddingsand a Funeral; the Academy Award-winning Dead Man Walking (directed by Tim Robbins) and Elizabeth (directed by Shekhar Kapur); Joel and Ethan Coen's O Brother, Where Art Thou?, The Big Lebowski, and Academy Award-winning Fargo; Roger Michell's blockbuster Notting Hill; and Stephen Frears' The Hi-Lo Country and High Fidelity.

She most recently co-produced Mira Nair's Vanity Fair.

ROMAN OSIN (Director of Photography)

For his cinematography of Asif Kapadia's award-winning epic The Warrior, Roman Osin won Best Cinematography at the San Sebastian International Film Festival; was honoured with a British Independent Film Award; and was selected for Competition at the Camerimage International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography. He recently re-teamed with the director

as cinematographer of an untitled supernatural thriller starring Sarah Michelle Gellar.

Mr Osin's other feature credits as cinematographer include Terry Loane's Mickybo and Me (for Working Title's WT² division); Paul Feig's I Am David; Maria von Heland's Big Girls Don't Cry; and Christos Georgiou's Under the Stars.

SARAH GREENWOOD (Production Designer)

Pride & Prejudice marks Sarah Greenwood's fourth collaboration with director Joe Wright, following the miniseries Nature Boy, Bodily Harm, and Charles II: The Power & the Passion. She earned a BAFTA Award nomination for her work on the latter.

She had earlier been nominated for a BAFTA Award as production designer of Mike Barker's miniseries The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, for which she won a Royal Television Society Award.

Ms Greenwood's other credits as production designer include Robert Bierman's Keep the Aspidistra Flying (aka A Merry War); Patrick Marber's AfterMiss Julie (for the BBC); Sandra Goldbacher's The Governess; and David Kane's This Year's Love and Born Romantic.

After graduating with a BA from the Wimbledon School of Art, she designed extensively for stage productions and later joined the BBC as a designer. She has also designed for television commercials.

Ms Greenwood is currently at work on Tom Vaughn's Starter for Ten, which David Nichols has adapted from his novel of the same name.


Paul Tothill first worked with director Joe Wright on the miniseries Charles II:The Power & The Passion.

He started his editing career at the BBC. In addition to several Royal Television Society Award nominations, he has received five BAFTA Award nominations, for his work on the following television miniseries: Bille Eltringham's The Long Firm; Stephen Poliakoff's Perfect Strangers; Andy Wilson's Gormenghast; Metin Hüseyin's The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling; and Anthony Page's Middlemarch.

Mr Tothill's other credits include Stephen Poliakoff's miniseries Shooting the Past; Beeban Kidron's miniseries Murder; Simon Cellan-Jones' segments of the epic miniseries Our Friends in the North; and Shane Meadows' A Room for Romeo Brass.

JACQUELINE DURRAN (Costume Designer)

Jacqueline Durran began her career as costume designer working with Mike Leigh on All or Nothing. They collaborated again on Vera Drake, starring Imelda Staunton, for which Ms Durran won the BAFTA Award for Best Costume Design.

Her other credits include David Mackenzie's Young Adam, starring Ewan McGregor, and Sally Potter's Yes, starring Joan Allen and Sam Neill.

Prior to those, Ms Durran's credits, as assistant costume designer, include Mike Leigh's Academy Award-winning Topsy-Turvy; Simon West's Lara Croft: Tomb Raider; George Lucas' Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones; and Lee Tamahori's Die Another Day.

FAE HAMMOND (Hair and Make-Up Designer)

Fae Hammond has been responsible for hair and make-up on a number of films. These include Peter Medak's Let Him Have It; Gary Oldman's Nil by Mouth; Antonia Bird's Ravenous (on which her make-up work earned her a Saturn Award nomination); Guy Ritchie's Snatch and Swept Away; Brian Helgeland's A Knight's Tale; Gregor Jordan's Buffalo Soldiers; and Charles Dance's Ladies in Lavender.

She was the make-up designer for Giacomo Campiotti's miniseries remake of Doctor Zhivago, which starred Pride & Prejudice leading lady Keira Knightley.

Ms Hammond is currently at work on Tom Hooper's miniseries Elizabeth and Essex, starring Helen Mirren and Jeremy Irons.


Dario Marianelli's film credits as music composer include two BAFTA Award winners, Michael Winterbottom's In This World (which also won the top prize at the Berlin International Film Festival) and Asif Kapadia's The Warrior.

He has also composed the music for Terry Gilliam's The Brothers Grimm; David Thewlis' Cheeky; Tim Fywell's I Capture the Castle; Julien Temple's Pandaemonium; Philippa Collie-Cousins' Happy Now; Paddy Breathnach's I Went Down (which won four awards at the San Sebastián International Film Festival); and Ailsa; and two soon-to-be-released films, Michael Caton-Jones' Shooting Dogs and Peter Cattaneo's Pobby and Dingan.

Pride & Prejudice

Cast in order of appearance

Elizabeth Bennet Keira Knightley

Mary Bennet Talulah Riley

Jane Bennet Rosamund Pike

Lydia Bennet Jena Malone

Kitty Bennet Carey Mulligan

Mr Bennet Donald Sutherland

Mrs Bennet Brenda Blethyn

Charlotte Lucas Claudie Blakely

Sir William Lucas Sylvester Morand

Mr Bingley Simon Woods

Caroline Bingley Kelly Reilly

Mr Darcy Matthew Macfadyen

Netherfield Butler Pip Torrens

Mrs Hill Janet Whiteside

Betsy Sinead Matthews

Mr Hill Roy Holder

Mr Wickham Rupert Friend

Mr Collins Tom Hollander

Meryton Milliner Jay Simpson

Lady Catherine de Bourg Judi Dench

Miss de Bourg Rosamund Stephen

Rosings Governess Samantha Bloom

Colonel Fitzwilliam Cornelius Booth

Mrs Gardiner Penelope Wilton

Mr Gardiner Peter Wight

Mrs Reynolds Meg Wynn Owen

Georgiana Darcy Tamzin Merchant

Lambton Maid Moya Brady

Pride & Prejudice

Credits and Crew

Produced in association with Scion Films

Directed by Joe Wright

Produced by Tim Bevan

Eric Fellner

Paul Webster

Screenplay by Deborah Moggach

Based on the novel by Jane Austen

Executive Producers Debra Hayward

Liza Chasin

Co-Producer Jane Frazer

Director of Photography Roman Osin

Production Designer Sarah Greenwood

Editor Paul Tothill

Costume Designer Jacqueline Durran

Hair and Make-Up Designer Fae Hammond

Music by Dario Marianelli

Music Supervisor Nick Angel

Casting by Jina Jay

Production Manager Simon Fraser

First Assistant Director Guy Heeley

Supervising Art Director Ian Bailie

Location Manager Adam Richards

Production Sound Mixer Danny Hambrook

Financial Controller Alistair Thompson

Set Decorator Katie Spencer

Choreographer Jane Gibson

Post-Production Supervisor Deborah Harding

Sound Supervisor Catherine Hodgson

For Working Title

Chief Operating Officer Angela Morrison

Head of Production Michelle Wright

Production Executive Sarah-Jane Robinson

Head of Legal & Business Affairs Sheeraz Shah

Chief Financial Officer Shefali Ghosh

Development Executive Amelia Granger

Senior Legal & Business Affairs Executive Gráinne McKenna

Legal & Business Affairs Executive Lucy Wainwright

Executive Coordinator Ann Lynch

Assistant Production Coordinator Kenny MacDonald

Assistant to Tim Bevan Chloé Dorigan

Assistant to Eric Fellner Aliza James

Paralegal Christina Angeloudes

Music Coordinator Alexandra Hill

For Scion Films

Jeff Abberley, Julia Blackman, Megan Davis, Nicole Carmen Davis, Ben Thomas

Production Coordinator Samantha Knox-Johnston

Assistant Production Coordinator Fiona Garland

Production Secretary Claire Stewart

Second Assistant Director Phil Booth

Script Supervisor Sue Hills

Dialect Coach Jill McCullough

Crowd Second Assistant Director Candy Marlowe

Third Assistant Director Vicky Marks

Additional Third Assistant Directors Heidi Gower

Christian Rigg

Rupert Young

Floor Runners Anna Edwards

Daniel Gill

Rowena Latiff

Charles Reed

Camera Operator Tom Townend

Camera/Steadicam Operator Simon Baker

First Assistant Camera Doug Lavender

Second Assistant Camera Andy Gardner

Second Unit Direction Thomas Napper

First Assistant B Camera Ivan Meagher

Additional First Assistant Camera Jon Beacham

Jacob Barrie

Additional Second Assistant Camera Tom McFarling

Grip Rupert Lloyd Parry

Video Operator Nick Kenealy

Camera Trainee Camilla Drennan

FT2 Trainee Grip David Wells

Sound Maintenance Adam Laschinger

Cable Man Chris Atkinson

Production Accountant Ginnette Wilson

Assistant Accountant Maggie Murray

Accounts Assistants Rachel Welch

Liam Robinson

Post-Production Accountant Tarn Harper

Unit Manager Claire Tovey

Assistant Location Manager Sarah Shepherd

Location Scout Charles Somers

Location Assistants Adam Coop

Martyn Richmond

Art Directors Mark Swain

Nick Gottschalk

Standby Art Director Jeanette Chapman

Assistant Art Director Joanna Foley

Draughtspersons Antonio Calvo-Dominguez

Alex Cameron

Lotta Wolgers

Junior Draughtsperson Anna Bregman

Art Department Assistant Amanda Leggatt

Art Department Detailist Markéta Kořínková

Production Buyer Liz Ainley

Assistant Set Decorator Sophie Tyler

Assistant Buyer Alison Cardy

Home Economist Katharine Tidy

Drapesman Colin Fox

Hair and Make-Up Artists Tracey Lee

Su Westwood

Sharon Martin

Gemma Richards

Hair Stylist to Keira Knightley Sarah Love

Extras Hair and Make-Up Supervisor Vivien J Riley

Make-Up Trainee Sarah Owen

Assistant Costume Designer Andrea Cripps

Costume Supervisor Charlotte Finlay

Fabric Buyer Rachele Verrecchia

Crowd Wardrobe Coordinator Andrew Fletcher

Standby Costumes Lee Croucher

Tim Guthrie

David Wootton

Costume Maker Jennifer Alford

Costume Breakdown Joanna Weaving

Property Master Dennis Wiseman

Standby Props Josh Barraud

Lyndon Johnston

Property Store Person Esta Morris

Dressing Propmen Mark Billingham

Paul Emerson

Gary Martin

Adrian Platt

Lee Wiseman

Prop Makers Warwick Boole

Len Wheeler

Assistant Editor Bridgette Williams

Dialogue Editors Becki Ponting

Andre Schmidt

Steve Browell

Foley Editor Marc Haefner

Apprentice Editor Tina Richardson

Conform Editors Denton Brown

Neil Williams

FT2 Trainee Editor Amar Ingreji

Production Runner Sarah Lindfield

Assistant to Paul Webster Suzanne Mills

Assistant to Joe Wright Josephine Davies

Rushes Runner Kay Mitchell

Standby Carpenter Pete Lennox

Standby Painter Simon Hutchings

Standby Stagehand Nigel Ross

Standby Rigger Greg Press

Gaffer Liam McGill

Best Boy Iwan Williams

Electricians Garry Hedges

Adrian Mackay

Gary Nolan

Generator Operator Brian McGivern

Rigging Gaffer Klaus Harnisch

Rigging Best Boy Ron Shane

Rigging Electricians Jon Corbett

Darren Grosch

Garry Hedges Snr

Shawn White

Key Greensman Roger Holden

Greensmen Jorn Goller

Will Holden

Fatiha Holden

Standby Greenspersons Daniel King

Marie Campbell

Horse Master Debbie Kaye

Coachmen Norman Kaye

John Gray

Grooms Julie Furber

Nicki Willis

Andrew Gilbert

Animal Wranglers Pam Weaver

Marion Walton

Scenic Artist Nigel Hughes

Modellers Nick Dutton

Steve Hunter

HOD Carpenter Steve Wilson

Chargehand Carpenters Roger Kiff

Leigh Thurbon

Chris White

Carpenters Ray Bell-Chambers

Gary Bird

Dave Calitz

Dave Engleman

Guy Hunt

Nick Linden

Gert Rademeyer

Pete Taylor

HOD Painter David Haynes

Chargehand Painter Glyn Evans

Painters Pat Bailey

Paul Bale

Dale Evans

Jim Fenessy

Lee Goddard

John Hext

Steve Marquiss

Steve Sibley

Lance Smith

Dave Stapleton

HOD Plasterer Ray Churchouse

Chargehand Plasterers Mark Bewley

Jamie Churchouse

Roger Hutt

Plasterers Cliff Haynes

Peter McCarroll

John Mister

Steve Watts

Chargehand Stagehand John Foley

Stagehands Ron Bede

Keith Smith

Rigging Supplied by Patrig Ltd

Supervising Rigger Patrick Killeen

Riggers Shay Gallagher

Ian Pape

Special Effects Supervisor Hugh Goodbody

Special Effects Russell Pritchett

Historical Consultant Jenny Uglow

Historical Music Advisor William Lyons

Napoleonic Society Advisor Debbie Pursey

Unit Publicist Linda Gamble

Stills Photographer Alex Bailey

Fiddler/Dance Musician Aidan Broadbridge

Casting Assistant Robin Hudson

Choreographer's Assistant Isabel Baquero

Matthew Macfadyen's Trainer Paul Lubicz

Standby Health and Safety Advisors Andy Slater

Paul Williams

Unit Nurse Trisha Faulkner

Transport Coordinator Mike Beaven

Unit Drivers John Atkins

Allan Bradshaw

Peter Mercer

Enyo Mortty

Colin Simmons

Minibus Drivers Gavin Mullins

Karen Russell

Facilities Captain Albert Smith

Camera Driver Ken Price

Costume Driver Colin Bressington

Construction Standby Driver Allan Burrows

Props Standby Driver Brian Heath

Dressing Prop Driver Eddie Rodmell

Make-Up Driver Barry Stone

Construction Driver John Fisher

Re-Recording Mixer Paul Hamblin

Assisted by Martin Jensen

Temp Re-Recording Mixer Stuart Hilliker

Sound Re-Recorded at Boom Studios

ADR Mixers Peter Gleaves

Michael Miller

Foley Mixers Marc Haefner

Ed Colyer

Foley Artists Pete Burgis

Andi Derrick

ADR Voice Casting Louis Elman

Abigail Barbier

Digital Visual Effects by Double Negative

Visual Effects Supervisor John Moffatt

Visual Effects Consultant Peter Chiang

Visual Effects Producer Andy Taylor

Executive Producer Alex Hope

Lead Effects Design Michael Ellis

Adrian Banton

Compositors Oliver Atherton

Murray Barber

Jon Bowen

Sean Danischevsky

Sarah Lockwood

Steve McGee

Ivan Mena Tinoco

Alice Mitchell

Tristan Myles

Gruff Owen

Cristina Puente Raba

Foad Shah

Matthew Shaw

Jim Steel

Matt Tinsley

Nikki Wakefield

Lisa Woodland

Trevor Young

George Zwier

Matte Painting Neil Miller

3-D Helena Masand

Studio Manager Pete Hanson

Visual Effects Editorial William Skellorn

Digital Film Mastering by The Moving Picture Company

Producers Begoña Lopez

Matthew Bristowe

Colourist Max Horton

On-Line Film Editors Richard Etchells

Thomas Urbye

Pat Wintersgill

Title Design by Tom Hingston Studio

End Roller by Capital FX

Camera and Lenses by Arri Media

Lighting Equipment Arri Lighting Rental

Steadicam Equipment Optical Support

Camera Cranes Arri Media


Video Equipment SL Video Ltd

Walkie-Talkies Wavevend

Laboratory Contact Paul Dray

Color by Deluxe

Color Grader Dave Rees

Telecine Arion Communications

Editing Equipment Oculus

Trucks and Facilities Lays International

Location Facilities

Low Loaders Bickers Action

Security Mark Thompson

Location Support The Organization

Wigs Supplied by Ray Marston Wig Studio

BBC Wig Store

Catering Supplied by Reel Food

Additional Catering Anglia Catering Services

Central England

Film Caterers

Special Effects Supplied by Mark Holt Special Effects

Costumiers Angels The Costumiers


Sands Films

Digital Projection Equipment Bell Theatre Services

Negative Cutting Jason Wheeler

Film Services

Dolby Sound Consultant Richard Stockdale

Insurance AON/Albert G Ruben

Product Placement and Clearances Bellwood Media

Legal Clearances Marshall/Plumb

Research Associates Inc

Post-Production Script Services Sapex Scripts


Piano Performed by Jean-Yves Thibaudet

Executive in Charge of Music for Universal Pictures Kathy Nelson

Music Orchestrated and Conducted by Benjamin Wallfisch

Music Performed by The

English Chamber Orchestra

Cello Soloist Caroline Dale

Music Recorded at Air Lyndhurst Studios,


Music Mixed at Air-Edel Studios, London

Music Engineer Nick Wollage

Assistant Engineers Jake Jackson

Olga Fitzroy

Nick Taylor

Music Editor James Bellamy

Music Coordinated by Hilary Skewes for

Buick Production

Maggie Rodford for


Music Copyist Tony Stanton

Assistant to Dario Marianelli Ruth Chan

Piano Preparation Michael Lewis

Historical Dance Arrangements William Lyons

Pre-Record Music Recorded at Angel Studios, London

Pre-Record Music Engineer Gary Thomas

Pre-Record Musicians Booked by Isobel Griffiths

Music Consultants Kirsten and Charles Lane

on behalf of

Right Music Ltd

Jean-Yves Thibaudet appears courtesy of Decca Music Group

Soundtrack album on UCJ

Special Thanks to

Emma Thompson

Thanks to

John Wright, Lyndie Wright, Sarah Wright, Kate Harwood,

Dixie Linder and the Dromgoole Family, Christine Edzard, Olivier Stockman,

Chung Chung and Hua Hua and all at Sands Films, Andrew and Pippa Reis and Family,

Paul Tory, Chatsworth House Trust, Burghley House, Wilton House Salisbury,

Groombridge Place Gardens, The Peak District National Park Authority,

The National Trust Basildon Park, The National Trust Stourhead Gardens,

The National Trust High Peak Derbyshire, Haddon Hall,

Breamore Estate Hampshire, English Nature and Film Hampshire,

The Residents and Businesses of Stamford Lincolnshire,

Stamford Arts Centre, The Gainsborough Silk Weaving Company Ltd, De Gournay,

Hartley Greens & Co Leeds Pottery, Haviland 1842 - Porcelaine de Limoges,

Cumbria Crystal, William Yeoward Crystal,

and Beaumont & Fletcher for Embroidered Silk Fabrics.

Filmed entirely on location in England

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