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Run Fatboy Run


2007
Run Fatboy Run 12 age rating
100 minutes (1 hours 40 minutes)
UK release date 7th September 2007
US release date 28th March 2008
Run Fatboy Run

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Starring

Actor
Character
Hank Azaria
Whit
Dylan Moran
Gordon
Harish Patel
Mr. Goshdashtidar
India de Beaufort
Maya Goshdashtidar
Matthew Fenton
Jake
Simon Day
Vincent
Ruth Sheen
Claudine
Tyrone Huggins
Grover
Nevan Finegan
Mickey
Iddo Goldberg
News Reporter
Ameet Chana
Taxi Driver
Chris Hollins
Himself
Denise Lewis
Herself
Lorna Gayle
Nurse
Gabriel Fleary
Drag Queen
Pandora Colin
Claire
Stephen Merchant
Man with Broken Leg
Man in Bakery
Hazel Douglas
Older Woman
Anna Tolputt
Receptionist
Simon Lenagan
Undercover Cop / Dad
David Cann
Marathon Official 1
T.R. Bowen
Doctor
Margaret John
Libby's Grandmother
Floella Benjamin
Libby's Mum
David Milne
Libby's Dad
Henrietta Clemett
Reception Nurse
Peter Serafinowicz
TV Commentator
Dean Antoniou
Controller in tower
Neil Burgess
Pub go-er / follower
Rene Costa
Spectator
Vauxhall Jermaine
Anthony
Shane Nolan
Police Officer
Macy Nyman
Boating Girl
Preston Nyman
Boating boy
Jose Pecino
Dad With Sleepy Child on Bus
Man Handing Dennis a Beer During Race
Kit Sinnett
Jogger in park
Robert Stone
Weightlifter
Chris Wilson
Police Officer

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Total Grosses
UK total gross
£10,778,239
565
Run Fatboy Run
566

UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: 12
Genres
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  •  Spain
  •  United Kingdom
UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 9

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
1N
£2,010,250
£2,010,250
1▲▼
£1,543,836
£4,508,661
1▲▼
£1,206,177
£6,345,816
1▲▼
£988,788
£7,811,621
3
£724,183
£8,882,318
5
£470,891
£9,620,627
6
£223,462
£10,023,833
8
£224,368
£10,586,390
10
£100,861
£10,778,239
Box Office Gross Flow
£
2M
1.5M
1.2M
988.8K
724.2K
470.9K
223.5K
224.4K
100.9K

7th Sep
2007

14th Sep
2007

21st Sep
2007

28th Sep
2007

5th Oct
2007

12th Oct
2007

19th Oct
2007

26th Oct
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2nd Nov
2007

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Historical charts

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