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The Nutty Professor


1996
 95 minutes (1 hours 35 minutes)
UK release date Released: 4th October 1996  |  BBFC Age Rating:  The Nutty Professor 12 age rating
US release date Released: 28th June 1996
The Nutty Professor

Directed by

Tom Shadyac

Starring

Actor
Character
Sherman Klump / Buddy Love / Lance Perkins / Papa Klump / Mama Klump / Grandma Klump / Ernie Klump
Jada Pinkett Smith
Carla Purty
James Coburn
Harlan Hartley
Larry Miller
Dean Richmond
Dave Chappelle
Reggie Warrington
John Ales
Jason
Patricia Wilson
Dean's Secretary
Jamal Mixon
Ernie Klump Jr.
Nichole McAuley
Fit Woman
Hamilton von Watts
Health Instructor
Chao Li Chi
Asian Man
Tony Carlin
Host
Quinn Duffy
Bartender
Montell Jordan
Himself
Doug Williams
Band Leader
David Ramsey
Student
Chaz Lamar Shepherd
Student
Lisa Halpern
Sad Fat Girl
Mark McPherson
Doctor
John Prosky
Doctor
Michael Rothhaar
Doctor
Sara Ballantine
Nurse
Greg Natale
Cop
Roy Werner
Guy in Crowd
Retha Jones
Woman in Crowd
Steve Monroe
Student
Joe Greco
Security Guard
Nick Kokotakis
Waiter
Stanley D. Petter III
Fireman
Mohammad Mohsen
Bodybuilder
Michael D. Starks
Boxing Trainer
Julianne Christie
Sporting Goods Clerk
Christie Blanchard-Power
Woman Dignitary
Alexia Robinson
Sexy Girl
Lisa Boyle
Sexy Girl
Athena Massey
Sexy Girl
Judith Woodbury
Wellman College Alumni
Derrex Brady
Valet
Elliott J. Brown
Hightop Kid
Annett Culp
Student
Monica Eva Foster
Girl at Table
Linda Grigorian
Girl at Table
Ned Luke
Construction Worker
Suzanne Somers
Thighmaster Lady on TV
Rachel Sulprizio
Waitress
Bobby Sussman
Man at Club
Arthur Tovey
Elderly Man in Alumni Receiving Line
Rocco Vitalia
Student Faculty Teacher
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Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£12,205,000
493
The Nutty Professor
494


Global total gross
$273,961,019
531
The Nutty Professor
UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: 12
Genres
UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 11

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
1N
£7,109,545
£7,109,545
1▲▼
£1,109,545
£9,219,090
2
£1,109,545
£10,328,635
2▲▼
£509,445
£10,838,080
3
£309,645
£11,147,725
6
£259,668
£11,407,393
7
£209,545
£11,616,938
8
£209,545
£11,826,483
9
£199,422
£12,025,905
10
£119,545
£12,145,450
12
£59,550
£12,205,000
Box Office Gross Flow
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1.1M
509.4K
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259.7K
209.5K
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