Beautiful People (2008– )
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How I Got My Nose 

Simon tells assistant Sasha how he and Kylie once auditioned for the school production of 'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat' but lost out on the part of Joseph to the drama ... See full summary »

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Luke Ward-Wilkinson ...
Simon Doonan
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Kylie
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Debbie Doonan
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Andy Doonan
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Aunty Hayley
Sophie Ash ...
Ashlene Doonan
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Reba
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Adult Simon Doonan
Gary Amers ...
Sacha
Nicholas R. Bailey ...
Policeman (as Nicholas Bailey)
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Policeman
Juliet Cowan ...
Kathy
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Imelda
Aline Mowat ...
Loretta
Holly Matthews ...
Adult Imelda (as Hollie Summer)
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Simon tells assistant Sasha how he and Kylie once auditioned for the school production of 'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat' but lost out on the part of Joseph to the drama teacher's god-daughter Imelda, as a result of which Debbie assaulted the teacher in the local shopping centre. A change of plan sees 'Joseph' replaced by a talent show, where Simon and Kylie sabotage Imelda by tipping a bucket of red dye on her,in the style of the horror film 'Carrie' which they had been watching. Imelda transfers to a stage school but does not forget the incident as, years later,she breaks Simon's nose. Written by don @ minifie-1

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9 October 2008 (UK)  »

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There is discussion of an incident involving Debbie Doonan at the Oracle shopping centre, but that shopping centre wasn't built until after 1997 when 'Beautiful People' is supposedly set. See more »

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