Series 1, Episode 3
Warwick launches a new website in a bid to get more work, but it only gets 12 hits - and some nasty online comments.
Meanwhile, after his clients at Dwarves For Hire complain that Warwick takes the best roles for himself, he tries to appease them by making showreels re-enacting famous movie scenes.
However, when a call comes looking for someone to take a role opposite Helena Bonham Carter, Warwick takes it for himself. But, is it as glamorous as he hoped...?
- Thursday 24th November 2011
- BBC Two
- 30 minutes
Cast & crew
|Peter Bonner||Little Pete / Maximus|
|Anthony Welsh||BBC Director|
|Dean Whatton||Little Jesus|
|Binde Johal||Brokeback #1|
|Steve Haze||Brokeback #2|
|Rupert Holliday Evans||Police Officer|
|Jack Binstead||Justin Palmer|
|Christian Stevens||Little Lord|
|Kerry Shale||Film Director|
|Sarah Bennett||Little Sharon Stone|
|Helena Bonham Carter||Self|
|Ricky Gervais||Executive Producer|
|Stephen Merchant||Executive Producer|
|Mark Freeland||Executive Producer|
|Anna Higginson||Production Designer|
Warwick tries to explain to the dwarves that his talent agency 'Dwarves For Hire' is working on behalf of them, rather than Warwick. Meanwhile, Ricky and Stephen attempt to re-create a scene from Brokeback Mountain.