Very Annie Mary 21 years old

One can dream, can't one?

Very Annie Mary

Set in the fictional village of "Ogw" in the valleys of south-east Wales. After her father Jack suffers a stroke Annie Mary Pugh is forced to take care of him but uses the circumstances to emancipate herself and find the courage to sing once again.


Very Annie Mary Cast

Name Character
Ruth Jones She was 34, now 56 years old as Complaining Customer
Jonathan Pryce He was 53, now 75 years old as Jack Pugh
Ioan Gruffudd He was 27, now 49 years old as Hob
Matthew Rhys He was 26, now 48 years old as Nob
Rachel Griffiths She was 32, now 54 years old as Annie Mary Pugh
Mary Hopkin She was 51, now 72 years old as Chapel Woman
Llŷr Ifans He was 32, now 54 years old as Ginger Gravedigger
Lynn Hunter She was 54, now 76 years old as Mrs Thomas
Morgan Hopkins as Big Fat Walloper
Stevie Parry as Chapel Woman
Gwenllian Davies as Gwenllian, Twinge
Ruth Madoc She was 58, now 79 years old as Mrs Ifans
Marlene Griffiths as Dinnerlady
Ray Gravell He was 49, 56 years old when he died as Frank, the Bookie
Radcliffe Grafton as The Mayor
Kenneth Griffith He was 79, 84 years old when he died as Minister
Peggy Mason She was 92, 88 years old when she died as Peggy
Joanna Page She was 23, now 44 years old as Bethan Bevan

Very Annie Mary Crew

Name Department
Stephen Warbeck as Original Music Composer. He was 48 (now 69) years old Sound
Lesley Stewart as Co-Producer. She was 37 (now 59) years old Production
Joyce Gallie as Casting. Production
Sally Osoba as Casting. Production
Robin Sales as Editor. Editing
Alice Normington as Production Design. Art
Damian Jones as Producer. He was 36 (now 58) years old Production
Caroline Harris as Costume Design. She was 133 (69) years old when She died Costume & Make-Up
Sara Sugarman as Director. She was 35 (now 57) years old Directing
Sara Sugarman as Writer. She was 35 (now 57) years old Writing
Barry Ackroyd as Director of Photography. He was 47 (now 68) years old Camera
Graham Broadbent as Producer. He was 1 (now 23) years old Production
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Very Annie Mary (21 years)

One can dream, can't one?

  • Release day: Friday, May 25, 2001
  • Runtime: 104 minutes
  • Revenue: 46352.00