Bravo Two Zero (film)

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This article is about the film. For the novel, see Bravo Two Zero (1993 novel). For the actual events, see Bravo Two Zero.
Bravo Two Zero
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DVD cover
Written by
Directed by Tom Clegg
Starring
Theme music composer David Ferguson
Country of origin United Kingdom
Original language(s) English
No. of series 1
No. of episodes 2
Production
Producer(s) Ruth Caleb
Cinematography Rod Stewart
Editor(s) Ettie M. Feldman
Running time 54 minutes
Production company(s)
Distributor BBC
Release
Original network BBC One
Original release 3 January (1999-01-03) – 4 January 1999 (1999-01-04)

Bravo Two Zero is a 1999 two-hour television miniseries (broadcast in two parts between 3 and 4 January in the UK), based on the book of the same name by Andy McNab. The film covers real life events – from the perspective of Andy McNab, patrol commander of Bravo Two Zero, a British SAS patrol, tasked to find Iraqi Scud missile launchers during the Gulf War in 1991. The names of the patrol members killed were changed.

A previous film about the patrol, The One That Got Away, based on the book of the same name by Chris Ryan, was broadcast in 1996.

Cast[edit]

  • Sean Bean as Andy McNab
  • Kevin Collins as Chris
  • Steve Nicolson as "Dinger"
  • Rick Warden as Tony Benotti
  • Richard Graham as Mark Warner
  • Ian Curtis as Baz Brown
  • Jamie Bartlett as Ray Davies
  • Robert Hobbs as Stan Rigby
  • Ron Senior Jr. as Pete
  • Robert Whitehead as Iraqi Colonel
  • Caz Abrahams as White Socks
  • Nick Ashby as Jeral
  • Barry Berk as Cyril
  • Julia Booth as Sally
  • Melissa Carter as Katie
  • Dimitri Cassar as Iraqi officer #1
  • Emma Chambers as Dinger's wife
  • Alison Coles as Jilly
  • George Coutsoudis as Son in taxi
  • Ernst Eloff as Iraqi Farmer
  • Arishaad Erreeff as Shepherd
  • Anthony Fridjohn as Dentist
  • Thomas Hall as Gordon
  • Graham Hopkins as Graham
  • Akram Ibrahim as Prison Governor
  • Brent King as Shepherd boy
  • Maki Kossioris as Father in taxi
  • Dehan Liebenberg as Loadie #1
  • Tim Mahoney as Harry
  • Anna Meininger as Melissa
  • Nissam Moalem as Taxi driver
  • Alistair Prodgers as Bert
  • Nicky Rebello as Interrogator
  • Louise Saint-Claire as Red Cross worker
  • Abdallah Sardi as S60 Commander
  • Russel Savadier as Iraqi Captain
  • Yvonne Van Den Berg as Woman in bar

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