is the voice artist for the determine little hen, Ginger in DreamWorks
Chicken Run. Julia was born September 9, 1968 in London, England.
She is best known for her starring role in the BBC comedy series, "Absolutely
Fabulous," and A&E's "Pride and Prejudice." She first
started her acting career at Newcastle Playhouse in England performing
in such plays as, "The Voyage of the Dawntreader," and "Peter
Pan." Some of Sawalha's big screen credits include, "Venus
& Mars," and " Buddy's Song."
Gibson is the voice for the dashing young rooster named Rocky. Born
in Peekskill, NY on January 3, 1956, Gibson's family soon emigrated
to Australia where he studied at National Institute of Dramatic Art,
Sydney, Australia. He became an international star when he was cast
in the title role of "Mad Max." Gibson went on to win two
Academy Awards for Best Actor and Best Director for the epic drama "Braveheart,"
which he directed and starred in. Other film credits include "Bird
on a Wire," "Forever Young," "Conspiracy Theory,"
and Disney's "Pocahontas," which he was the voice for John
Jane Horrocks is the high pitched dainty voice of the knitting chicken,
Babs. Horrocks was born in England and studied at the Royal Academy
of Dramatic Art. She started her acting career with the Royal Shakespeare
Company, playing in "The Dillen," "Mary After the Queen,"
and "As You Like It." Her big screen credits include "Faeries,"
"Second Best," and "The Dress Maker." Television
watchers will know her from her role as Bubble on BBC's comedy series
Staunton is the feisty, egg-laying hen Bunty. Many may recognize
Staunton as the nurse in the movie "Shakespeare in Love,"
and the silly daughter/wife in Ang Lee's "Sense and Sensibility."
She has won Olivier Awards for her performances in "Into the Woods,"
"The Corn Is Green" and "A Chorus of Disapproval."
On television her credits include "David Copperfield," "Tales
From the Crypt," and "Easy Money."
Whitrow is the old sergeant rooster ruling the hen house Fowler.
Whitrow was born in England and has played in over 40 plays in his country
including "The Rivals," "Loot," " The Merry
Wives of Windsor," and "Henry VIII." His film credits
include "Quadrophenia," " On the Black Hill," and
"Fairy Tale: A True Story." Some of you may recognize him
as the father, Mr. Bennett in A&E's "Pride and Prejudice,"
which he received a BAFTA nomination. His most recent work was his role
as Squire Allworthy in BBC's "Tom Jones."
Richardson is the voice of the greedy and heartless Mrs. Tweedy.
Richardson was born in Lancashire, England where she studied at Bristol
Old Vic Theater School. Her theater credits include "Orlando,"
"Einstein," and "Tom Jones." Some of you may remember
her other villainous role as Queen Mab in NBC's mini series "Merlin"
starring opposite Sam Neil. Her film credits include "Tom &
Viv," "Damage," and Tim Burton's "Sleepy Hollow."
Haygarth is the voice of Mrs. Tweedy's hen peaked husband Mr. Tweedy.
Haygarth is no stranger to the British stage or screen, his many films
include "The Woodlanders," "Amy Foster," and "Dracula."
His most recent work can be seen in the TNT Cable movie "Don Quixote"
starring John Lithgow. Haygarth was nominated for Olivier Awards for
his work in "Twleve Angry Men," and "The Tempest."
Spall is the sneaky egg dealing rat named Nick. Spall was nominated
for a BAFTA this year (2000) for this performance in Mike Leigh's "Topsy
Turvy." His stage credits include "Secrets and Lies,"
"Hamlet," and "Black Heart." He has also won a Broadcasting
Press Guild Television Award for his role in BBC's "Our Mutual
Daniels is Nick's side kick and partner in crime the dumb rat known