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Devon Anderson is a Actor British born on 25 august 1987 at Greenwich (United-kingdom)

Devon Anderson

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Birth name Devon Carlo Anderson
Nationality United-kingdom
Birth 25 august 1987 (32 years) at Greenwich (United-kingdom)

Devon Carlo Anderson (born 25 August 1987) is an English actor who has been acting since an early age and became a CBBC presenter on BBC One and the CBBC Channel. Anderson is best known for his roles as Billie Jackson in EastEnders, Taj Lewis in the CBBC sitcom Kerching! and Sonny Valentine in Channel 4's Hollyoaks.

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Peter Hewitt
Peter Hewitt
(1 films)
Bob Spiers
Bob Spiers
(1 films)
Don McKellar
Don McKellar
(1 films)
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Filmography of Devon Anderson (5 films)

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Thunderpants, 1h27
Directed by Peter Hewitt
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Science fiction, Comedy
Themes Films about children, Children's films
Actors Rupert Grint, Joshua Herdman, Simon Callow, Adam Godley, Stephen Fry, Celia Imrie
Roles Dan
Rating37% 1.8541151.8541151.8541151.8541151.854115
Born with two stomachs, Patrick Smash (Bruce Cook) is uncontrollably and devastatingly flatulent. No more than thirty seconds after his birth, he first broke wind, horrifying his parents (Bronagh Gallagher, and Victor McGuire) and doctor (Robert Hardy). As he grew up, Patrick's farts became so uncontrollable and destructive that his father had to flee their home, as he was often injured by the sheer power of his son's awesome gaseous emissions, whose force is so strong that it can blow people over. Patrick is bullied at school as a result of his condition, but eventually finds strength in his disorder, ultimately gaining revenge on the school bully Damon (Joshua Herdman) by passing gas in his face, leaving him scarred for life.
The Greatest Store In The World
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama
Actors Dervla Kirwan, Peter Capaldi, Brian Blessed, Holly Earl, Helen Schlesinger, Ricky Tomlinson
Roles David
Rating72% 3.6300753.6300753.6300753.6300753.630075
The story is told in flashback by Livvie (played by Elizabeth Earl), a bright young girl who is in police custody on Christmas Day . As she is questioned, she reveals that since several days previously, she and her equally resourceful mother Geraldine (Dervla Kirwan) and little sister Angeline (Elizabeth's sister Holly Earl) have been living in a department store called "Scottley's" since their camper van blew up. As the story progresses, the family deal with outsmarting staff, in particular Brian (nicknamed Mr. Whiskers) (Peter Capaldi) the friendly but suspicious doorman, icy deputy manageress Ms. Greystone (Helen Schlesinger) and Santa (Ricky Tomlinson) and Elf (Sean Hughes), oversleeping in the tent in which they live, a guest appearance from S Club 7 in an advertising stunt by Mr. Scottley (Brian Blessed), trying to find alternate housing, the Staff Party, and finally, on Christmas morning a burglary organized by Ms. Greystone, Santa and Elf. They are invited to live with Scottley and Geraldine marries Brian.
Spice World, 1h29
Directed by Bob Spiers
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Comedy, Fantasy, Adventure, Musical
Themes Films about films, Feminist films, Films about music and musicians, Musical films, Political films, Buddy films
Actors Mel B, Richard E. Grant, Emma Bunton, Claire Rushbrook, Roger Moore, Melanie C
Roles Jack
Rating35% 1.75551.75551.75551.75551.7555
The film begins with the Spice Girls performing "Too Much" on Top of the Pops, but they later become dissatisfied with the burdens of it. Meanwhile, sinister newspaper owner Kevin McMaxford (Barry Humphries) is attempting to ruin the girls' reputation for his newspaper's ratings. McMaxford dispatches photographer Damien (Richard O'Brien) to take pictures and tape recordings of the girls. Less threatening but more annoying is documentarian Piers Cuthbertson-Smyth (Alan Cumming), who stalks the girls along with his camera crew, hoping to use them as subjects for his next project. At the same time, the girls' manager, Clifford (Richard E. Grant), is fending off two over-eager Hollywood writers, named Martin Barnfield and Graydon (George Wendt and Mark McKinney), who relentlessly pitch absurd plot ideas for a feature film for the Spice Girls.