Hugh Grant as The Prime Minister
"It seems to me that love is everywhere. Often, it's not particularly dignified or newsworthy, but it's always there - fathers and sons, mothers and daughters, husbands and wives, boyfriends, girlfriends, old friends."
is a 2003 Christmas film that features an accomplished ensemble cast. One draw to the often-watched film is Golden Globe-winning actor, Hugh Grant, who plays David, the newly elected Prime Minister. David opens the film with a voiceover about how the sight of friends welcoming one another at Heathrow Airport can mask the gloom of the holiday season. His plot revolves around Natalie, a new member of his household staff. David fancies her, but when he walks in on an intimate encounter between Natalie and the US President, he has her moved to another job. On Christmas Eve, David receives a Christmas card from Natalie, in which she says that she's his and no one else's. Realizing his feelings are genuine, David finds her at home, but she's leaving to go to a concert at the school where David's niece and nephew are (coincidentally) performing in a holiday concert. Back stage, Natalie and Daniel finally kiss. Hugh Grant is a successful British actor and film producer who has received a Golden Globe, a BAFTA, and an Honorary Cesar for his work. He is known for his work in movies like Bridget Jones's Diary
, About a Boy, Sense and Sensibility
, and Florence Foster Jenkins
, among other notable films. Click through our gallery to learn more about the characters in the film, but beware of spoilers! (Getty)