My Dad's the Prime Minister

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  • Genre(s): Comedy
  • Release year: 2003
My Dad's the Prime Minister is a British sitcom written by Ian Hislop and Nick Newman. It centres on the life of the Prime Minister, his family and his spin doctor. Its main cast include Robert Bathurst, Joe Prospero, Carla Mendonça, Brian Bovell and Emma Sackville.

My Dad's the Prime Minister is a British sitcom written by Ian Hislop and Nick Newman. It centres on the life of the Prime Minister, his family and his spin doctor. Its main cast include Robert Bathurst, Joe Prospero, Carla Mendonça, Brian Bovell and Emma Sackville.

Original Release

03/17/2003 on BBC

Cast

Joe Prospero Dillon Phillips
Robert Bathurst Prime Minister
Jasper Britton Duncan Packer
Carla Mendonça Clare Phillips
Luke Newberry Lighthouse
Emma Sackville Sarah Phillips
Brian Bovell
Joe Gunn Geezer
Marcia Warren
Albert Welling Opposition Leader
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 Election Friday, 05 November 2004
2 Exam Friday, 12 November 2004
3 Desert Island Friday, 26 November 2004
4 Marathon
5 Jobless Friday, 10 December 2004
6 Diaries Friday, 17 December 2004
7 Powerless Friday, 31 December 2004
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Directors

Juliet May

Writers

Nick Newman, Ian Hislop

Cast

Joe Prospero Dillon Phillips
Robert Bathurst Prime Minister
Jasper Britton Duncan Packer
Carla Mendonça Clare Phillips
Luke Newberry Lighthouse
Emma Sackville Sarah Phillips
Brian Bovell
Joe Gunn Geezer
Marcia Warren
Albert Welling Opposition Leader
Steve Toussaint Transport Secretary
Amanda Holt Health Secretary
Martin Chamberlain Trade & Industry Secretary
Rupert Vansittart Chancellor
Michael Fenton Stevens Home Secretary
Leagh Conwell Flash
Jane Bertish Education Secretary
Neil McCaul Foreign Secretary
Paterson Joseph Detective Gary McRyan
Brian Bovell Detective Andy Sharp

Producers

Sophie Clarke-Jervoise Executive Producer
Ian Gordon Executive Producer
Elaine Sperber Executive Producer
Matthew Francis Producer
Eamon Fitzpatrick Producer

Editors

Jake Bernard

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