Martin Savage Movies List

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Actor Martin Savage Filmography

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      Another Year
      Another Year ( English )
      Director: Mike Leigh
      Music Director: Gary Yershon
      Released Date: 05-11-2010
      Miss Marie Lloyd: Queen of the Music Hall
      Director: James Hawes
      Music Director: Robert Lane
      Released Date: 09-05-2007
      Elizabeth I
      Elizabeth I ( English )
      Artist: Helen Mirren , Jeremy Irons , Patrick Malahide , Toby Jones , Hugh Dancy
      Director: Tom Hooper
      Music Director: Robert Lane , Simon Price , Lee Walpole
      Released Date: 29-09-2005
      Vera Drake
      Vera Drake ( English )
      Director: Mike Leigh , Heather Storr , Josh Robertson
      Music Director: Andrew Dickson , Chris Burdon , Peter Burgess
      Released Date: 07-01-2005
      Hello, Friend
      Hello, Friend ( English )
      Director: Graham Linehan
      Released Date: 02-02-2003
      Station Jim
      Station Jim ( English )
      Director: John Roberts
      Released Date: 30-12-2001
      Born Romantic
      Born Romantic ( English )
      Director: David Kane , Kim Armitage , Jo Beckett
      Music Director: Simon Boswell
      Released Date: 14-09-2000
      The Exception
      The Exception ( English )
      Artist: Lily James , Christopher Plummer , Daisy Boulton , Loïs van Wijk , Karin Leclercq
      Director: David Leveaux , Els Rastelli
      Music Director: Ilan Eshkeri
      Released Date: 30-11--0001
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          Martin Savage Biography

          ?From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.   Martin Savage is a British film, stage and television actor. He appeared in both seasons of Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant's television series Extras as camp scriptwriter Damon Beesley and in The Thick of It television series specials as Nick Hanway. Savage's film credits include a major role as the Victorian actor in Gilbert and Sullivan operettas, George Grossmith, in the Mike Leigh film Topsy-Turvy, and also in Another Year as angry son-in-law Carl. He recently appeared in a small cameo as the performer Dan Leno in a BBC drama about music hall

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