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Release dates: October 24, 1999 (Season 2, Episode 5)
Official site: n.a.
Director: Pete Travis
Writer: Mike Bullen
Genre: TV drama
Film Locations: n.a.
Plot Summary: Season 2, Episode 5 – Six months after Rachel abandoned Adam on a train platform, she’s back. But happy endings still elude all three thirtysomething couples in this runaway hit series as they grapple with sex, infidelity, and the vagaries of love and life. In situations by turns hilarious and moving, the friends rally around Adam and Rachel as their attempts to reconcile backfire. Then a major health scare reminds them all how short life really is. A critical and audience blockbuster in the U.K. and seen on BBC America, the series stars Helen Baxendale  (An Unsuitable Job for a Woman, Friends) and James Nesbitt (Waking Ned Devine) with John Thomson, Fay Ripley, Robert Bathurst, and Hermione Norris.DVD special features include a behind-the-scenes featurette, photo gallery, and more.

In this episode, Stephen plays Nick Marsden an irresistible charmer who has a way with women and annoys his brother David. Nick shows up to borrow money to pay back their Dad, and his brother isn’t too happy about it. Nick, shows interest in Rachel, but although she is originally very attracted, in the end she goes back to Adam. Stephen was only in this one episode of the show.

Cast:
  • Helen Baxendale … Rachel Bradley
  • James Nesbitt … Adam Williams
  • Hermione Norris … Karen Marsden
  • John Thomson … Pete Gifford
  • Robert Bathurst … David Marsden
  • Jacey Salles¹ … Ramona Ramirez
  • Fay Ripley … Jenny Gifford
  • Sarah Bing … Actress
  • Jordan Brownrigg … Young David
  • Michelle Byatt … Sally
  • Rosie Cavaliero … Amy
  • Christopher Hall … Josh Marsden
  • Daniel Hall … Josh Marsden
  • Josh Moran … Algernon
  • Edward Gifford – Pete’s Dad
  • Stephen Moyer … Nick Marsden
  • Geoff Oldham … Surgeon
  • Sunetra Sarker … Clare
  • Jethro Skinner … Actor
  • Jo-Anne Stockham … Doctor
  • Ricky Tomlinson … Cabbie
  • Dean Valentine … Baby
  • AdamHarry Valentine … Baby Adam
Producer: Christine Langan
Original Music: Gerry O’Riordan
Cinematography: Tom McDougal
Editor: Neil Parker
Casting: Michelle Smith
Production Design: n.a.
Art Direction: Sean Will
Set Decoration: n.a.
Visual Effects: Tanvir Hanif
Watch Stephen’s scenes in Cold Feet below:

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1 Comment

  1. interesting, he tends to be cast as these likeable but shifty sorts doesn’t he?

    Anyone seen the whole thing? What was going on when it looked like they were watching a show or play? They looked all intense.

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