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Absolutely Fabulous (1992 - 2012)

Absolutely Fabulous (1992 - 2012)





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Series Info

A caustic and clever British comedy about two neurotic friends who are dedicated followers of fashion. Edina's in PR, while Patsy's a magazine editor, though work isn't something they do very often. Drinking is, however, as is man-chasing (sometimes literally). Co- star Jennifer Saunders created the series, which debuted on the BBC in November 1992.

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2011, BBC, 3 episodes

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2003, BBC, 10 episodes

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2001, BBC, 7 episodes

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1995, BBC, 8 episodes

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1994, BBC, 6 episodes

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1992, BBC, 6 episodes


Jennifer Saunders
as Edina Monsoon
Joanna Lumley
as Patsy Stone
as Herself
Helen Lederer
as Catriona
Felix Dexter
as John Johnston
Emma Bunton
as Herself
Eleanor Bron
as Patsy's Mother
Celia Imrie
as Claudia
Lindsay Duncan
as Jeanne Durand
Lucy Blair
as Lou-Lou
Sylvia Anderson
as Lady Penelope
Suzy Aitchison
as Nurse (Saffy's Birth)
Tilly Blackwood
as Lady Candida de Benison-Bender
Elton John
as Himself
Sidney Cole
as Teacher No. 2
Bob Barrett
as Labour Party Man
Tim Woodward
as Tony, Tony/Headmaster
Katy Wix
as Annabelle
Sofie Gråbøl
as Sarah Lund
Patricia Potter
as Royal Albert Hall Manager
as Herself
Rose Johnson
as Patsy's Intern
Hugh Ross
as Judge
as Herself
Camille Ucan
as Bubble's Intern
Laurie Metcalf
as Crystalline
David Henry
as Mr. Simpson
Josie Lawrence
as Cable TV Presenter
Melanie Jessop
as Secretary
Annegret Tree
as Annegret
Paul Liger
as Dirty Man
Andrea Gillie
as Patsy's PA
Sacha Distel
as Herself
Joanna Bowen
as Journalist
Ruby Wax
as Candy
Robin Cope
as Fitness Instructor
Kirsty Wark
as Herself
Mark Kermode
as Himself
Leigh Lawson
as Himself
Dale Winton
as Himself
Jane Galloway Heitz
as Nurse (Edina's Birth)
Philip Franks
as Poet/Dancer/Writer
Richard E. Grant
as Dream Justin
Suzi Quatro
as Dream Nurse
John Wells
as Uncle Humphrey
Britt Ekland
as Herself
Helena McCarthy
as Old Woman
Corran Royal
as Serge 3
Daniel Newman
as Saffy's Son
Drew Eliot
as Justice of the Peace
Geoffrey McGivern
as Customs Officer
Mia Soterious
as Guitar Player
Mandy Rice-Davies
as Dream Patsy
Miranda Forbes
as Woman in Car
Idris Elba
as Hilton
Max Brandt
as Mitchel Friedman
Raven Oh
as New York Transvestite 2
Alexandra Bastedo
as Penny Casper-Morse
Robert Ripa
as Old Frenchman
Paul Mark Elliott
as Teacher No. 1
Tricia Aileen
as School Secretary
Natascha Taylor
as Art Gallery Assistant
Orla Brady
as Nurse Mary
John Hudson
as Lecturer
James Dreyfus
as Christopher
Daniella Denby-Ashe
as Saffy's Daughter
Andre Shoals
as New York Transvestite 3
Juliette Mole
as Air Hostess
Annabel Hampson
as Headmistress
Gwen Humble
as Sondra Lorrance
Germaine Greer
as Dream Mother
Jo Brand
as Carmen
Damian Hunt
as Serge 1
Rupert Penry-Jones
as Boy at Party
C.G. Varesko
as New York Transvestite 1
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