He will always be rembered as one of the greatest legends of cinema: Christopher Lee's stars twice in a deeply touching farewell - his last double-voice performance as the boss of the universe and as Mr. President, a sarcastic toy dog.
God bless you, Christopher. Thank you for everything.
Selma Brook's fans love the French-British character actress from Clara cet été là and The Tudors with Jonathan Rhys-Meyers. Selma plays Joy, a charming heavenly messenger on probation with a dubious past.
The charismatic grand old lady of British theatre, TV and film (“Scott & Bailey”) had for decades her own theatre and plays the resolute and eccentric antique shop owner Miss Alice Maple, Geoffrey's boss and only friend. Miss Maple recognizes angels when she sees them. Maybe she is one herself.
The new British comedy talent plays Geoffrey, a lonely, odd young man. A hopeless case, who lives like an urban hermit in Notting Hill, lost in his memories of his dead girlfriend Rebecca. Joy’s difficult mission is to save him - and she tries every trick, even the impossible: a relationship.
The British character actress stars as Suzie, a dubious backstreet girl in search of a new meaning in life. Stefanie has also produced "Angels in Notting Hill" together with Michael Pakleppa and worked as location manager, prop manager and production manager on the film. She currently lives in Iceland.
The Caribbean-British-Canadian film and TV actress co-stars in an amazingly intense, highly emotional performance as the stressed ghost of Rebecca, Geoffrey's dead girlfriend, who is tired of his neverending mourning.
is Bob, the mysterious manager of the first floor restaurant. In real life Vadim is a musician, dj, writer, shop manager of oddities and creator of eccentric live events. Vadim Kosmos is his birth name, he said, but it needed a lifetime for him to live up to it. He appeared and disappeared in the film production as mysteriously as in his role.