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The Stepfather (ITV1 Thriller, Philip Glenister)

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In two part thriller The Stepfather, when teenager Scarlett Veazey goes missing her stepfather and father are both suspected. Stepfather Dougie’s own daughter went missing four years beforehand and has never been found; and father Christopher has a liking for his partners dressing up as schoolgirls.

Both men suspect each other of Scarlett’s disappearance but eventually team up to try and find the real culprit.

Cast: Philip Glenister (Dougie Molloy), Robert Bathurst (Christopher Veazey), Lindsey Coulson (Maggie Shields), Lucy Evans (Scarlett Veazey), John Bowe (Detective Inspector Mendoza), Abigail Thaw (Detective Sergeant Sullivan), Janine Carrington (Anita Gibson), Vashti Maclachlan (Kath Schofield), Trish Cooke (Mrs Gibson), John Rowe (George Saville), Charles McCurdy (James Porter), Graeme Hawley (Detective), Leigh Symonds (Baz), Caroline Woodruff (Solicitor), Thea Day (Nikki), Amy Rhiannon Worth (Reporter), Vanessa Knox-Mawer (Mrs Porter), Jack Wilson (Luke Schofield), Con O’Neill (Bruce Shapiro), Holly Davidson (Pippa Molloy), Anna Wilson- Jones (Sasha Munro), Frankie Fitzgerald (Beemer), Lucy Brooks (Tracey Ann), Ricky Nixon (Woody), Lewis Yarwood (Ryan), Andy Quine (Mini-Cab Controller)

Writer: Simon Booker / Music: Richard G. Mitchell / Producer: Alison Lumb / Executive Producer: Carolyn Reynolds / Director: Ashley Pearce

UK / ITV1 / 2×90 minute episodes / Broadcast 6 and 7 February 2005