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Jonathan Creek


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The Tailor's Dummy. Maureen Lipman and Bill Bailey guest in the last of the current series where a newspaper article drives a fashion designer to suicide. Then the feature writer is attacked by a man apparently able to change his appearance in an instant. Jonathan Creek will be back next year.
Written by David Renwick ; Producer Verity Lambert
Director Christine Gernon


Unknown: Maureen Lipman
Unknown: Bill Bailey
Unknown: Jonathan Creek
Written By: David Renwick
Producer: Verity Lambert
Director: Christine Gernon
Jonathan Creek: Alan Davies
Carla Borrego: Julia Sawalha
Brendan Baxter: Adrian Edmondson
Louise Bergman: Maureen Lipman
Claude Bergman: Nicholas Jones
Donna Henry: Jill Baker
Carrie Bergman: Victoria Shalet
Kenny Starkiss: Bill Bailey
Marco Bergman: Jeffrey Segal
Sharif: Selva Rasalingham
Kaitlin: Claire Jerath
Little boy: Alexander Pownall
Mr Cutler: James Barron
Anwar: Robert Atiko

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