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Episodes cast for
"Brass Eye" (1997) More at IMDbPro »

Season: 1 | 2
Year: 1997 | 2001


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Animals

29 January 1997
First shown in 1997. A mix of surprising celebrity interviews and startling sketches. The first half of the episode delves into the world of animal fetishes, with helpful contributions from Paul Daniels and Carla Lane. The second half focuses on Karla the elephant, who has unfortunately trapped her trunk up her anus...

Christopher Morris ... Christopher Morris / Foster Pann / Bernard Lerring / Patrick da Fronk / David Jatt / Ted Maul / 'Your Big West' Presenter / Mike Fox
Ian Gelder ... Dr. Jonathan Kwattes

Mark Heap ... Simon Hottrin
John Irwin

Janene Possell ... Granita Rocksand

Albert Welling ... Gene Man
Carla Lane ... Herself
Peregrine Worsthorne ... Himself
Oliver Skeete ... Himself
Jilly Cooper ... Herself (voice)

Britt Ekland ... Herself
Paul Daniels ... Himself
Michael Van Wijk ... Himself (as Wolf)
Nicholas Parsons ... Himself

Alexandra Paul ... Herself (voice)
Felicity Montagu ... Dinner Party Guest (uncredited)
Bill Moody ... Bill Laswell (uncredited)

Luke Sorba ... Dinner Party Guest / Boxing Goat Owner (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Drugs

5 February 1997
First shown in 1997. What can we do about the millions of new drugs like Yellow Bentines and Triple-Sod? Award-winning Chris Morris takes another issue of the day and gives it a good spanking.

Christopher Morris ... Christopher Morris / Ted Maul / David Sanction / Austen Tassletine / Insp. Lemuel Webb / David Voffov
David Cann ... Donaldus Matthews / Vicar
Hayley Casanovas

Kevin Eldon ... Mr. Wastrey
Paul Garner
Sinead Griffin-Lennon ... Desiree Wastrey

Mark Heap ... Drug Dealer / Mark the School Drug Addict
Bill Moody ... Ian Beezley

Claire Skinner ... Mrs. Wastrey
Bernard Ingham ... Himself
Bernard Manning ... Himself
Noel Edmonds ... Himself
Bruno Brookes ... Himself

Rolf Harris ... Himself
David Amess ... Himself (as David Amess MP)
Claire Rayner ... Herself
Jimmy Greaves ... Himself
Jasbinder Singh Mann ... Himself (as Jas Mann)
Graham Bright ... Himself (original broadcast only) (as Graham Bright MP)

Frazer Brown ... Junkie (uncredited)
Mark Fury ... Stoner (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Science

12 February 1997
First shown in 1997. Chris Morris shakes his head in despair as more hoodwinked celebs pass on their fairly loose grasp of bizarre science stories and experiments.

Christopher Morris ... Christopher Morris / Paul Trox / Dr. Rupert Fripp / Greg Enrico / Ted Maul / David Sanction / Alabaster Codify / Austen Tassletine
Peter Baynham ... Sven Yabbsley
Amelia Bullmore ... Suzanzee Wooola-Koopus
David Cann ... Ripp Candy
Bill Cashmore ... Jury Foreman
Peter Darling

Hugh Dennis ... Dr. Balb Kubrox
Barbara Durkin ... Informercial Mother
Paul Garner ... 'Technology!' man

Mark Heap ... Dr. Zeus Spofforth

Nigel Lindsay ... Peacecap Johnson

Doon Mackichan ... Accelorata Jengold

Claire Skinner ... Helly Melvick
Stephen Webber

Albert Welling ... Clerk of the Court
Chris Wilkinson ... Dr. Fash Habbard
Eve Pollard ... Herself

Tania Bryer ... Herself
John McCririck ... Himself

Tamara Beckwith ... Herself

Richard Briers ... Himself
Nick Owen ... Himself

Steven Berkoff ... Himself
Lynne Franks ... Herself
Jenny Powell ... Herself
Caesar the Geezer ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 4: Sex

19 February 1997
First shown in 1997. Chris Morris casts a satirical eye over the subject of sex and its relationship to society. Helpful contributors include Peter Stringfellow and David Sullivan.

Christopher Morris ... Christopher Morris / David Unesco / Sir Hugh Maharggs / David Wavvin / Ted Maul / Austen Tassletine / Alabaster Codify / Romo Metaxxas / David Enthusiap

Alexander Armstrong ... American Vox Pop

Bill Bailey ... Eyewitness
Peter Baynham ... Welsh Naval Officer
Amelia Bullmore ... Role Play Wife / Honolee Dolholly
Barbara Durkin ... Philippa Jute

Kevin Eldon ... Alan, Role Play Husband / Belgian Comedian
Lindsay Fraser
Francesca Ford

Mark Heap ... Aids Guy / Ben Fetch / 'Would You?' Man
Simon Kunz ... Captain Mervyn Bruge / Senator Dale Lee Agsby

Gina McKee ... Libby Shuss

Doon Mackichan ... Dekadeeka Dekkadade / Rubeglia Palliativa
Harriet Norcott ... Sophie V'Haalbjje
Kathryn Pogson ... Audience Member

Albert Welling ... Naked Asexual Man up a Stick
Claire Rayner ... Herself
Peter Stringfellow ... Himself
David Sullivan ... Himself
Peter Tatchell ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 5: Crime

26 February 1997
First shown in 1997. Chris Morris turns his laser eye to the subject of crime. Highlights include shocking revelations of how elephants are being used to disperse rioters, and Vanessa Feltz's message to murderers.

Christopher Morris ... Christopher Morris / Ted Maul / David Compression / Alabaster Codify / Chuck Fadanoid / Capt. Clyde Jackson / Young Offender / Plaap Vlugnet / David Wavvin
Jean Ainslie ... Jill McManus

Bill Bailey ... Fr. Pierre Runek
David Cann ... Alan Fortune-Vatch
Ruddy L. Davis ... Nelson Koka
Barbara Durkin ... French Woman

Kevin Eldon ... Prison Officer
Sean Foley

Constantine Gregory
John Guerrasio

Mark Heap ... Trasty Gray / Young Offender
Alethea Herron
Tristan Hickey
Kieron Jecchinis ... Shane Hufford

Gina McKee ... Libby Shuss

Doon Mackichan ... Woman on 'Fadanoid'
Michael Walter ... News Dwarf (as Big Mick)
Willie Ross ... Sainsbur McManus / Eddie Hazel
Ben Swann
Rhodes Boyson ... Himself (as Sir Rhodes Boyson MP)
Frankie Fraser ... Himself (as 'Mad' Frankie Fraser)
Tommy Vance ... Himself
Geoffrey Boycott ... Himself

Michael Winner ... Himself
Vanessa Feltz ... Herself
David Sullivan ... Himself

Frazer Brown ... The excrement thief

Season 1, Episode 6: Decline

5 March 1997
First shown in 1997. Religion falls under the spotlight in this episode, which features Terry Waite discussing how Britain has been poisoned by the gospel.

Christopher Morris ... Christopher Morris / Austen Tassletine / Ted Maul / Purves Grundy / David Sanction / David Bovvinge / David Qunt / Moss Staples
David Cann ... Vicar
Bill Cashmore ... Peter Plodes / Trevor Distance
Saleh Chaudhri ... Garage Manager
Gerard Doyle
Barbara Durkin ... Marigold Blenny

Kevin Eldon ... Spike Durnaburny
Sinead Griffin-Lennon ... Patricia O'Dennell

Mark Heap ... Board Member / Jesus
Simon Kunz ... Graham
Dominic Letts
Guy Masterson ... Tasscam Holiday

Gina McKee ... Vivian Banch

Doon Mackichan ... Newsreader
Bill Moody ... Managing Director
Harriet Norcott

Janene Possell
Michael Redmond ... Father Jools Doolan

Claire Skinner ... Board Member / Martha O'Dennell
John McCririck ... Himself
Darcus Howe ... Himself
John Challis ... Himself
Frankie Fraser ... Himself (as 'Mad' Frankie Fraser)

Frazer Brown ... Granny Ram Raider
Darren Harrison ... Cult Member (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 0: Paedophilia

26 July 2001
When it was first shown in 2001, this episode galvanised press and public opinion. Chris Morris' satire challenged what he perceived as the hysterical way in which the media treated the issue of paedophilia.
Amelia Bullmore ... Beauty Pageant Mother

Julia Davis ... Valise Belcher / Glam Rock Singer / Tyrona Smollox / Beauty Pageant Mother

Kevin Eldon ... Glam Rock Guitarist / Beauty Pageant Father
Paul Mark Elliott ... Fenton Beasley (as Paul Mark Elliot)

Mark Heap ... Young Jez North

Mandy Lomax

Doon Mackichan ... Swanchita Haze

Christopher Morris ... Christopher Morris / Ted Maul / Austen Tassletine / Adam Glape / David Quoosp / Pedo-Files Presenter / JLb-8

Simon Pegg ... Gerard Chote

Gary Lineker ... Himself
Sebastian Coe ... Himself (as Lord Coe of Ranmore)

Phil Collins ... Himself
Neil Fox ... Himself (as Dr. Fox)
Andy McNab ... Himself
Gerald Howarth ... Himself (as Gerald Howarth MP)
Syd Rapson ... Himself (as Syd Rapson MP)
Michael Hames ... Himself
Richard Blackwood ... Himself
Philippa Forrester ... Herself
Nicholas Owen ... Himself
Barbara Follett ... Herself (as Barbara Follett MP)
Kate Thornton ... Herself

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