Love Actually (2003)

Love Actually (2003)

Release Date : Sep. 07, 2003 | Rating ★★★★★★★
Details : Follows seemingly unrelated people as their lives begin to intertwine while they fall in – and out – of love. Affections languish and develop as Christmas draws near.
Duration : 2 Hours 14 Minutes
Cast and Crew :

Alan Rickman as Harry

Bill Nighy as Billy Mack

Emma Thompson as Karen

Hugh Grant as The Prime Minister

Laura Linney as Sarah

Liam Neeson as Daniel

Heike Makatsch as Mia

Colin Firth as Jamie Bennett

Keira Knightley as Juliet

Chiwetel Ejiofor as Peter

Martin Freeman as John

Rodrigo Santoro as Karl

Rowan Atkinson as Rufus jewellery salesman

Adam Godley as Mr. Trench

Elisha Cuthbert as Carol-Anne

January Jones as Jeannie

Shannon Elizabeth as Harriet - the Sexy One

Denise Richards as Carla - the Real Friendly One

Billy Bob Thornton as The US President

Sienna Guillory as Jamie's Girlfriend

Julia Davis as Nancy the Caterer

Ivana Milicevic as Stacey

Martine McCutcheon as Natalie | Lúcia Moniz as Aurelia | Gregor Fisher as Joe | Andrew Lincoln as Mark | Joanna Page as Just Judy | Kris Marshall as Colin Frissell | Thomas Brodie-Sangster as Sam | Nina Sosanya as Annie | Claudia Schiffer as Carol | Lulu Popplewell as Daisy | Olivia Olson as Joanna | Dan Fredenburgh as Jamie's Bad Brother | Sheila Allen as Jamie's mum | Rory MacGregor as Engineer | Carla Vasconcelos as Sophia Barros | Tim Hatwell as Vicar | Frank Moorey as Terence - Who's in Charge | Jill Raymond as Pat the Housekeeper | Lynden David Hall as The Wedding Singer | Jont Whittington as Guitarist | Edward Hardwicke as Sam's Grandfather | Caroline John as Sam's Grandmother | Richard Hawley as Alex - Deputy Prime Minister | Marcus Brigstocke as Mikey | Anthony McPartlin as Ant | Declan Donnelly as Dec | Joanna Bacon as Natalie's Mum | Bill Moody as Natalie's Dad | Laura Rees as Record Company Executive | Nancy Sorrell as Greta | Elisabeth Margoni as Eleonore | Jo Whiley as Radio DJ | Brian Bovell as Radio Watford DJ | Michael Parkinson as Himself | Meg Wynn Owen as PM's Secretary | Michael FitzGerald as Michael - Sarah's Brother | William Wadham as Bernie - Karen's son | Colin Coull as PM's Bodyguard - Gavin | Margery Mason as Harris Street Old Lady | Ruby Turner as Jean Anderson - Joanna's Mum | Arturo Venegas as Mr Anderson | Helder Costa as Mr Barros | Jeanne Moreau as Taxi Passenger Marseille Airport (uncredited) | Producer  : Tim Bevan | Producer  : Eric Fellner | Director  : Richard Curtis | Producer  : Duncan Kenworthy |