Published: Fri 24 May 2013
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David Suchet celebrates 25 years playing the world famous Belgian detective, Hercule Poirot, in Elephants Can Remember, the first of five new Agatha Christie adaptations to screen on ITV.
In this feature length film David is joined by a stellar cast that includes: Emmy award winner Greta Scacchi (Brideshead Revisited, Broken Trail, Rasputin), Iain Glen (Game of Thrones, Downton Abbey), Vincent Regan (Strike Back, Scott & Bailey, Hit & Miss), Ferdinand Kingsley (Van Gogh: Painted with Words, The Hollow Crown) and Vanessa Kirby (Labyrinth, Great Expectations).
Also making a return to the cast is the award winning stage and television actress Zoë Wanamaker (My Family, The Cherry Orchard, My Week with Marilyn) who reprises her role as Mrs Ariadne Oliver.
Elephants Can Remember is scripted by the BAFTA winning writer Nick Dear, whose recent credits include the 2011 adaptation of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein for the National Theatre. It is directed by John Strickland (Mr Selfridge, Whitechapel, Bedlam) and produced by David Boulter (Whitechapel, He Kills Coppers, The Forsyte Saga).