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as Billy Rizley

David Morrissey was born in 1963 in Liverpool. He was attended the local Everyman Youth Theatre when cast as Billy in One Summer, and he celebrated his 18th birthday during filming.

Following the success of One Summer, David was accepted into RADA, later acting with the Royal Shakespeare Company and National Theatre for four years. He has since had a highly successful career on stage and screen in the UK and internationally as both an actor and director.

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as Icky Higson

A native of Liverpool, Spencer Leigh also attended the Everyman Youth Theatre and later studied full time at a Liverpool Drama college. He was 19 when cast as Icky.

He appeared in a range of film and TV in the 1980s, most notably many films by avant-garde director Derek Jarman, including Caravaggio, The Last of England, Aria and The Garden. His TV appearances included the premiere episode of Inspector Morse.

In 1991 Spencer Leigh moved to the United States where he has worked in advertising and directing.

as Rabbit

(credited as Ian Davies)
Born in 1964 in Liverpool, Ian also gain his early acting experience at the Everyman Youth theatre, and this was also his screen debut.

Ian Hart has had significant critical success in feature films, beginning with recognition for two separate portrayals of John Lennon in The Hours and the Times (1991), and Backbeat (1993), Along with many critically received performaces, he is know to many as Professor Quirrel in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (2000).

as Kidder

Born 4th April 1947, James Hazeldine died on 17th Dec 2002, aged 55. He was rehearsing for his role as Sigmund Freud in a new stage play, The Talking Cure, at the time.

Best know for playing Bayleaf in the firefighting drama London's Burning, a role he played continuously for seven years from 1988 to 1995. His other TV appearences included the popular sci-fi series The Omega Factor, and Chocky. James Hazeldine was also an accomplished and successful stage actor.

as Jo

Jane West was born in Greywell England in 1959.
She appeared in a number of British TV dramas before relocating to Califormia in 1986 with her six-year-old daughter.
Jane is the author of 'The Lonesome Pine' a successful children's picture book.

David Morrissey

Born in 1963 in Liverpool. He attended the local Everyman Youth Theatre, and went on to train at RADA. One Summer was David Morrissey's screen debut at the age of 17. Since then he has had a very successful career in the UK and abroad.

as Billy Rizley

David Morrissey was born in 1963 in Liverpool. He was attended the local Everyman Youth Theatre when cast as Billy in One Summer, and he celebrated his 18th birthday during filming.

Following the success of One Summer, David was accepted into RADA, later acting with the Royal Shakespeare Company and National Theatre for four years. He has since had a highly successful career on stage and screen in the UK and internationally as both an actor and director.

as Icky Higson

A native of Liverpool, Spencer Leigh also attended the Everyman Youth Theatre and later studied full time at a Liverpool Drama college. He was 19 when cast as Icky.

He appeared in a range of film and TV in the 1980s, most notably many films by avant-garde director Derek Jarman, including Caravaggio, The Last of England, Aria and The Garden. His TV appearances included the premiere episode of Inspector Morse.

In 1991 Spencer Leigh moved to the United States where he has worked in advertising and directing.

as Rabbit

(credited as Ian Davies)
Born in 1964 in Liverpool, Ian also gain his early acting experience at the Everyman Youth theatre, and this was also his screen debut.

Ian Hart has had significant critical success in feature films, beginning with recognition for two separate portrayals of John Lennon in The Hours and the Times (1991), and Backbeat (1993), Along with many critically received performaces, he is know to many as Professor Quirrel in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (2000).

David Morrissey

Born in 1963 in Liverpool. He attended the local Everyman Youth Theatre, and went on to train at RADA. One Summer was David Morrissey's screen debut at the age of 17. Since then he has had a very successful career in the UK and abroad.

Screenwriter

Born 23 August 1947 in Whiston, Lancashire just outside Liverpool.

Willy Russell is one of Britain's most successful playwrights, and has produced popular stage hits like Educating Rita and Shirley Valentine both of which have subsequently become successful feature films, and the hit West End musical Blood Brothers.

Amongst numerous early TV productions was Our Day Out

Production Designer

In 1964 Peter Kindred joined the BBC Design Department at Television Centre, Wood Lane, London. He stayed with the BBC for 13 years designing many classic productions including Wuthering Heights, Little Lord Fauntleroy, Treasure Island and the Mayor of Casterbridge starring Alan Bates, but in a quiet period he also designed the hit comedy series, Fawlty Towers. In the years between 1977-87, he worked for all the major TV companies as a freelancer. It was in 1982 whilst working for Yorkshire TV on One Summer he was drawn to Wales. The warmth of the local people and the beauty of the scenery led him to move to Wales where he established himself as a watercolour artist as well as running a B&B. Kidder's artwork in One Summer was drawn by Peter Kindred. (Text taken from http://www.peterkindred.com/ )

Producer

Keith Richardson is an English television executive who is Controller of Drama for ITV Yorkshire and is notable for being Executive Producer of the station's primetime soap, Emmerdale. Richardson was in charge of the programme for 24 years, during which time he oversaw its transformation from a minor, daytime, rural drama into one of the UK's major soap operas. He left Emmerdale in January 2009.

Barry Reynolds – Editor Peter Jackson – Photography IMDB Entry David Cunliffe – Executive Producer Peter Kindred – Production Designer Peter Lover & Graeme MacArthur Unit Managers Barrie Box & Don AtkinsonSound Recordists John Murphy & Ruth Boyle – Casting Malcolm Hamilton – Stage Manager
Composer

The music of One Summer is one of the most memorable features of the series. Born in 1944, Alan Parker was a session guitarist for many years, and studied at the Royal Academy of Music. His works include a Mass and music for 20 feature films including Jaws 3, What's Eating Gilbert Grape and American Gothic as well as 75 TV features. His most recent work for TV was Walking with Cavemen for the BBC in 2002. Alan is one of the leading guitarists in Britain, studying composition and orchestration at London’s Academy Of Music. During the 1960’s - 1980’s he contributed profusely to recorded music libraries, including the KPM, De Wolfe, Bosworth, Amphonic and Themes labels. He was a founder member of the successful late 1960’s / early 1970’s pop bands “Blue Mink” and “The Congregation”, having chart-hits with both groups, as well as composing a lot of their material. Other TV series Alan has worked on include “Van Der Valk”, “Minder” and more recently the BBC TV serial “Rhodes”. As an arranger Alan has worked for people such as Dusty Springfield, The Walker Brothers, Neil Diamond and John Denver among many others. Alan continues to be active in the studios, currently writing music for a variety of TV and film productions.

Director

Born: Glasgow, Scotland, March 7, 1934 Died: July 12, 1995

A director of film and television productions, Gordon Flemyng started his directing career on the 1957 series The Army Game and in 1962 the British feature Solo for Sparrows.

Director of two Dr Who feature films Dr. Who and the Daleks (1965) and Daleks' Invasion Earth: 2150 A.D. (1966) he also directed for numerous popular TV series over four decades including The Avengers, The Saint, Lovejoy, Peak Practice, The Bill and Minder and the 1987 mini-series Wish Me Luck.

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