Synopsis and Cast:
A poet vies for the affection of a beautiful woman against a Duke who will stop at nothing to win her as his own.
Nicole Kidman - Satine
Ewan McGregor - Christian
John Leguizamo - Toulouse-Lautrec
Jim Broadbent - Harold Zidler
Richard Roxburgh - The Duke
Garry McDonald - The Doctor
Jacek Koman - The Unconscious Argentinean
Matthew Whittet - Satie
Kerry Walker - Marie
Caroline O'Connor - Nini Legs In The Air
Christine Anu - Arabia
Natalie Jackson Mendoza - China Doll
Lara Mulcahy - M么me Fromage
David Wenham - Audrey
Kylie Minogue - The Green Fairy
Ozzy Osbourne - The Green Fairy (voice)
Deobia Oparei - Le Chocolat
Linal Haft - Warner
Keith Robinson - Le Petomane
Peter Whitford - Stage Manager
Norman Kaye - Satine's Doctor
Arthur Dignam - Christian's Father
Carole Skinner - Landlady
Jonathan Hardy - Man In The Moon
Pl谩cido Domingo - Man In The Moon (voice)
Kiruna Stamell - La Petite Princesse
Anthony Young - Orchestra Member
Dee Donavan - Character Rake
Johnny Lockwood - Character Rake
Don Reid - Character Rake
Tara Morice - Prostitute
Daniel Scott - Absinthe Drinker/Guitarist
Veronica Beattie - Montmartre Dancer/Tattoo
Fleur Denny - Montmartre Dancer/Antoinette
Kelii Grauer - Montmartre Dancer/Pearly Queen
Fallon King - Montmartre Dancer/School Girl
Sue-Ellen Shook - Montmartre Dancer/Baby Doll
Jenny Wilson - Montmartre Dancer/Historic
David played Audrey, a gender unspecific director of an ill-fated musical who gets offended and storms off when Christian's suggestions win over his cast.
Co-producer, co-writer and director Baz Luhrmann also wrote, directed and produced Australia. Baz likes to workshop his movies before filming. David was involved in the workshop for Romeo and Juliet, but did not appear in the film.
Nicole Kidman starred in Australia and Lion.
Richard Roxburgh has worked with David in several projects including the plays That Eye, The Sky, Blue Remembered Hills and Hamlet, and the films A Little Bit of Soul, Van Helsing, Legend of the Guardians and Blinky Bill.
Jacek Koman was in the plays Hamlet, The Tempest, The Splendids and Tartuffe, the telefilm Simone De Beauvior's Babies and the movie Australia, as well as the stage productions of Hamlet and The Tempest.
Matthew Whittet (Satie) was in Australia as Brother Frank.
Kerry Walker (Marie) was in Poor Man's Orange, played Eugenie Mason in A Little Bit of Soul, Sandra in Cosi, Myrtle Allsop in Australia, and Sheila Fraser in Killing Time.
Keith Robinson was in the plays Hamlet and The Tempest.
Greg Robinson (stage hand) played a Spiked Log Tree Man in No Escape.
Stunt Coordinator Lawrence Woodward portrayed an electrician in Cosi, portayed a jailer and was a stunt coordinator in The Boys, and was a stunt coordinator in Australia.
Harold Kissin played Joe in Greenkeeping.
Deobia Oparei played a train passenger in Dark City and Victor in Answered By Fire.
Peter Whitford (Stage Manager) played Mr. Sharlton in Come in Spinner.
Arthur Dignam was in Australia as Father Benedict.
Carole Skinner was in Poor Man's Orange.
Tara Morice (prostitute) played Dianne in After the Deluge, Helen Waldman in Answered By Fire and Pauline in Oranges and Sunshine.
David Wenham in Moulin Rouge (screencaps)