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Cass Pennant

Cass Pennant is an actor and producer, known for Beverley (2015), The Guvnors (2014) and Casuals: The Story of the Legendary Terrace Fashion (2011). See full bio »

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Known For

Beverley
Beverley Producer
(2015)
The Guvnors
The Guvnors Producer
(2014)
Cass
Cass Bigs
(2008)

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 2018/II Vengeance (completed)
Hammer
  The Island Apes (announced)
Cass Pennant
 2016 Mob Handed
Security Boss
 2015 Abusing Protocol
Frank
 2014 Half Time and Down (Short)
Referee
 2014 The Hooligan Factory (Himself)
 2014 What's the Score?
Lenny
 2013 Svengali
Motown
 2010 Killer Bitch
Cass
 2008 Cass
Bigs
 2005 Hell to Pay (Video)
Malone's gangster
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