It was produced by Duncan Kenworthy, who also made Four Weddings And A Funeral. With its all-star cast and spectacular special effects, Gulliver's Travels also won Channel 4 its second biggest audience - after Four Weddings And A Funeral. The cast included Danson's wife Mary Steenburgen, Edward Fox and his brother, James, Omar Sharif, Nicholas Lyndhurst, Edward Woodward, Sir John Gielgud and Richard Wilson.Reuse content
Channel 4's Gulliver's Travels has picked up an unprecedented 10 Emmy nominations - the most nominations ever received by a British production in the prestigious awards. The two-part mini-series starring Ted Danson (pictured) was a huge success in the United States, gaining an audience of 53 million.