Thank God He Met Lizzie
|Thank God He Met Lizzie|
|Directed by||Cherie Nowlan|
|Produced by||Jonathan Shteinman|
|Written by||Alexandra Long|
|Box office||$565,747 (Australia)|
Thank God He Met Lizzie is a 1997 Australian romantic comedy film starring Cate Blanchett and Richard Roxburgh. It was the directorial debut of Cherie Nowlan. In the United States, the film was released as The Wedding Party.
It revolves around two stories, firstly the upcoming wedding of Lizzie (Cate) and Guy (Richard) and a second story in flashback of Guy's previous relationship with Jenny (Frances O'Connor).
Actor/Actress and Character
- Richard Roxburgh ... Guy Jamieson
- Cate Blanchett ... Lizzie
- Frances O'Connor ... Jenny
- Linden Wilkinson ... Poppy
- John Gaden ... Dr. O'Hara
- Genevieve Mooy ... Mrs. Jamieson
- Michael Ross ... Mr. Jamieson
- Melissa Ippolito ... Catriona younger
- Elena Pavli ... Catriona older
- Craig Rasmus ... Dominic
- Rhett Walton ... Tony
- Jeanette Cronin ... Yvette
- Arthur Angel ... George
- Wadih Dona ... Angelo
- Celia Ireland ... Cheryl
Cherie Nowlan had met Alexandra Long at the Australian Film Television Radio School and they had collaborated on two short films, including Lucinda 31. They decided to make a feature together.
Thank God He Met Lizzie grossed $565,747 at the box office in Australia.
- "Production Survey", Cinema Papers', February 1997 p62
- "Interview with Cherie Nowlan", Sugnet, 3 August 1997 accessed 19 November 2012
- Film Victoria - Australian Films at the Australian Box Office
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