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The Deputy (2004)

The life and times of a fictional British deputy prime minister.

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Patrick Lau
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Warren Clarke ... Bob Galway MP
Jack Dee ... Stephen Sharples MP
Dervla Kirwan ... Terri Leonard
David Tennant ... Christopher Williams
Ace Bhatti ... Nickhall Gangwani (as Ahsen Bhatti)
Georgina Rylance ... Ella Grappy
Jeff Rawle ... Graham Hammond
Jaye Griffiths Jaye Griffiths ... Angela Platt MP
Philip McGinley ... Karl Galway
Diane Keen ... Hilary Galway
Aneirin Hughes Aneirin Hughes ... Alan Newberry MP
Lydia Baksh Lydia Baksh ... Katey Wells
Alan Cooke Alan Cooke ... Special Branch Inspector
Sinead Jordan Sinead Jordan ... Clare Wells (child)
David Church David Church ... Inspector
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Centres on the life of a fictional Deputy Prime Minister of the British parliament, Bob Galway. Surrounded by inefficiency and corruption in the cut-throat world of Westminster, Galway strives to keep his work and his personal life in order while staying one step ahead of his adversaries, in particular the conniving Steven Sharples. Written by Alexander Lum

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

23 February 2004 (UK) See more »

Filming Locations:

London, England, UK

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Security Guard: I need to see your pass.
Bob Galway: I've lost it.
Security Guard: Lost it?
Bob Galway: Yes, "lost". As in "I've just lost my job as a security guard."
[Security guard reluctantly lets Bob Galway into building]
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