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December 3, 2021
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About this title


Set in 1996 in Lincolnshire, the show tells the tragic and humorous story of a very troubled young girl, Rae, who spent four months in a psychiatric hospital for attempted suicide. After finally leaving the hospital, Rae reconnects with her best friend Chloe and her group, all who are unaware of Rae's mental health and body image problems and her four month stay in the hospital.

Country: United Kingdom

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: January 14, 2013

Also Known As: マイ・マッド・ファット・ダイアリー, Мой безумный дневник |  See more »

Parents Guide: Brazil (14), France (Tous publics) |  See more »


Plot Keywords

northern england
dark comedy
psychiatric hospital

Company Credits

Production Co: Tiger Aspect Productions


Sophie Watson
as Little Rae
Chris Martin Hill
as Paramedic
Sarah-Jane Paige
as Student
Alex Jaep
as Barman
Karl Davies
as Rob
Adam Ashton
as Rounders Player
Debra Stephenson
as Chloe's Mum
Kieran Hardcastle
as Saul
Hazel Ellerby
as Sheila
Mike McClean
as Finn's Dad
Daniela Lamattina
as Thin Rae
Kirsty Armstrong
as Lois
Anna Nightingale
as Olivia
Nicola Barber
as Judy
Josie McCormick
as Girl
Karen Ascoe
as Receptionist
Martha Watson Allpress
as Annie
Sara Stephens
as Carrie
Ben Handforth
as College Student
Sharon Rooney
as Rae
Billy James Machin
as Pub Student
Shazad Latif
as Dr Nick Kassar
Sophie Stanton
as Principle Dixon/Principal Dixon
Nick Preston
as Simmy
Peter Symonds
as Prof. Henry Druce
Jodie Comer
as Chloe
Sophia Chauhan
as Baby Boushtat
Jodie Hamblet
as Victoria
Richard Herdman
as Security Guard
Owen Armstrong
as Student
Faye Marsay
as Katie Springer
Kaiti Soultana
as Girl 5
Amy Renee
as Beauty Therapist
Charlie Gallagher
as Greg
Tom Godwin
as Captain
Simon Akinwunmi
as Wedding Guest
Terry Haywood
as Macca
James Burrows
as Kendo
Phoebe Brown
as Girl 3
Julien Ball
as St John
Ruth Shaw
as Nurse Ruth
Danny Kelly
as Ian
Mark Oliver Everett
as Writer
Holly Duke
as Little Chloe/Little Choe
John Warman
as Paramedic
Gemma Caseley-Kirk
as Girl 2
Sally Ann Matthews
as Kester's Wife
Joel Morris
as Receptionist
Leon Corbin
as Clinic Patient
Abas Eljanabi
as Imam
Glenn Webster
as Chip Shop Manager
Nicola Harrison
as Doctor
Markus Copeland
as Lizzard
Eliot Otis Brown Walters
as Big G
Dan Cohen
as Archie
Cicely Giddings
as Alice
Jordan Murphy
as Chop
Eve Matheson
as Moira Edwards
Jennifer Joseph
as Nurse
Keith Allen
as Victor
Anaiya Chauhan
as Baby Boushtat
TyLean Tuijl
as Passerby
Tim Berrington
as Doctor
Julia Rayner
as Prof. Natalie Yorke
Susie Potter
as Amy
Mims Melville
as College Student
Natalie Chimes
as Pregnant Woman
Richard Attlee
as Clinic Doctor
Alcock Jonny
Alicia Woodhouse
as Yazmin
Darren Evans
as Danny Two Hats
James Eeles
as Dan/Dan Smith
Emily Dance
as Linda Carver
Steve Carroll
as Patient
Jo Neary
as Mrs Coombes
Sophie Wright
as Tix
Robert-Anthony Artlett
as College Student
Lee Nicholas Harris
as Paramedic
Patricia England
as Mrs Dewhurst
Ellie Kirk
as Nelly
Zara White
as Shop Assistant/Shop Attendant
Bron James
as Smiley
Ian Hart
as Dr Kester Gill
Tony Pitts
as Chloe's Dad
Jill Buchanan
as Sheila
Mairead McKinley
as Liam's Mum
Richard Sanderson
as Centurion
Sally Tatum
as Jenny
Claire Rushbrook
as Rae's Mum
Daniel Fitzsimons
as Ninja
Terri-Ann Brumby
as Waitress
Heather Ewart
as Rae's Hockey Friend
Paris Arrowsmith
as Radio Operator
Lolita Chakrabarti
as Dr Juliet Allen/Juliet
Kenneth Collard
as Churchill
Soner Metin
as Blur Boy
Chris Wilson
as Traffic Warden
Bamshad Abedi-Amin
as Karim/Karim Bouchtat
Nico Mirallegro
as Finn
Turlough Convery
as Liam
Cameron Moore
as Mr Carrisford
Adam Anouer
as Cool Student
Ciara Baxendale
as Izzy
Sacha Parkinson
as Stacey
Nicole Fisher
as Girl 4
Okorie Chukwu
as Prof. Oliver Pope

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2013 | 6 Episodes

Season 2

2014 | 7 Episodes

Season 3

2015 | 3 Episodes




Awards & NominationsSee more »

BAFTA Awards, Scotland 2013


BAFTA Awards, Scotland

Best Actor/Actress - Television

BAFTA Awards 2014


BAFTA Awards

Best Drama Series


BAFTA Awards

Best Supporting Actress

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