Aimee (BBC Drama, Donald Sumpter, Juliet Stevenson)

In one off BBC Drama Aimee, millionaire rock promoter Frank Summers (Donald Sumpter) is beset by problems on all sides. He begins an intense love affair with Lucy (Juliet Stevenson) the wife of a vicar.

Aimee was the final entry in the seventh season of the BBC’s Screen Two. A high quality anthology series of filmed played.

Cast: Donald Sumpter as Frank Summers; Juliet Stevenson as Lucy; Simon Chandler as Paul; Christine Rose as Gemma; Jeremy Clyde as Gerry; Phillada Sewell as Peggy; Kenneth Lodge as Detective Sergeant Grey; Tony Steedman as Judge; Edward Burnham as Dennis Fellows; Marilyn Finlay as Nursing Home Manager, Jennifer; Lennox Greaves as Detective Inspector Hollins; Kathryn Salt as Receptionist; Anthony Dawes as Solicitor; Peter Waddington as Undertaker; Roger Brierley as Derek; Lucy Sheen as Nurse; Cathy Murphy as Nurse; Amanda Swift as Nurse; Philip Jay as Compere; Vivienne Moore as Judith; Catherine Salt as Receptionist; Sarah Martin as Cathy; Campbell Shaw as Mike; Eilian Wyn as Clergyman; Hugh Sullivan as Clergyman; Glenn Doherty as Man; Steve Fortune as Man In Bar; Tim Wallers as Man In Bar; Tamzin Neville as Reporter; Dave Jackman as Reporter; Jonathan Truss as Reporter; Sharon Lawless as Reporter; Tony Portacio as Salesman; Richard Travers as Shopkeeper; Amelie Sumpter as Amy

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Writer: Guy Hibbert / Producer: Michael Wearing / Director: Pedr James

UK / BBC Two / 1×90 minute episode / 7 April 1991

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