Adam Young joins the cast of ‘EastEnders’ as new villain, Stan ‘Stas’ Saunders.
Adam Young joins the cast of ‘EastEnders’ as new villain, Stan ‘Stas’ Saunders.
Indira appears as Claire in series 4 of ‘Unforgotten’ for ITV and MainStreet Pictures.
Alice appears as Claire in series 4 of ‘Unforgotten’ for ITV and MainStreet Pictures.
Bradley will play King Canute in ‘Vikings: Valhalla’, an upcoming Netflix and MGM series set 100 years after the conclusion of ‘Vikings’.
"Wickedly entertaining...as addictive as World of Warcraft" - The Guardian
"Bawdy, incisive, timely, and inventive, Dead Pixels is exactly the kind of show we need" - Collider
Alexa Davies stars as Meg in E4 comedy series Dead Pixels, which tells the story of a group of gamers on a quest to complete massive multiplayer online role-playing game Kingdom Scrolls, whilst also attempting to navigate the far more complicated real world.
Written by Jon Brown (Fresh Meat, Peep Show, Mifits), Dead Pixels returns to E4 for a second series on Tuesday 26th January.
Jack stars as Sam in brand new comedy pilot ‘Pandemonium’ for BBC One.
"An unqualified triumph — a show that will give you that unmistakable binge twinge and have you activating that “Next Episode” time and again" - Richard Roeper, The Chicago Sun-Times
★ ★ ★ ★ - The Independent
"I want 8 seasons of Bridgerton" - Liz Shannon Miller, Collider
Golda Rosheuvel stars as Queen Charlotte in brand new Netflix period drama Bridgerton, a retelling of Julia Quinn's novels set in the competitive world of Regency London.
Created by Chris Van Dusen and produced by Shonda Rhymes, Bridgerton has become the fifth most-watched Netflix original series launch of all time.
The full first series is available to watch on Netflix now.
Dean stars as Paul Wilkins in ‘No Man’s Land’ for Hulu.
Yasmin joins the cast of ‘Ackley Bridge’ as new regular Fizza for Channel 4.
Martyn joins the cast of ‘Fast & Furious 9’.
Tony plays series regular John in ‘Last Tango in Halifax’ for BBC One.
Ronni plays series regular Judith in ‘Last Tango in Halifax’, which returns for a fifth series in 2020.
Nicola plays Nonie Farrish in ‘Outlander’ for Starz.
Sarah plays the recurring role of Loretta Perkins in ‘EastEnders’ for BBC One.
Nicola plays DC Kate Thompson in ‘Doctors’ for BBC One.
Alexa plays Sue in ‘Misbehaviour’ which will be in cinemas March 13th.
Joe will feature in upcoming Netflix series ‘Cursed’.
Matthew featured in ‘The Trial of Christine Keeler’ for BBC One.
Eva joins the cast of ‘Hollyoaks’ as new regular Verity.
Paul plays William Rees-Davies in ‘The Trial of Christine Keeler’ for BBC One.
Charlene plays Ronna in ‘The Trial of Christine Keeler’ for BBC One.
Kris plays Nick in upcoming ITV sitcom ‘Kate & Koji’.
Yasmin will feature in the upcoming third series of ‘Killing Eve’ for BBC One and AMC.
Rian plays Neal Todd in ‘Exposed: The Church’s Darkest Secret’ for BBC Two.
Frank plays series regular Lenny Murdoch in ‘River City’ for BBC Scotland.
John played Bob in ‘Deadwater Fell’ for Channel 4.
Will plays Vorm in the the third episode of the current series of ‘Doctor Who’.
Jake will play Volodja in upcoming feature ‘Firebird’.
Nicola will feature in ‘Breeders’ for Avalon and FX.
Jennifer can be seen in upcoming series ‘Breeders’ for Avalon and FX.
Scarlett will play Bronwyn in Marvel’s ‘The Runaways’ for Hulu.
Jordan plays Lisa in ‘Sticks and Stones’ for ITV.
Rohan plays Finn Wokoma in the latest series of ‘Midsomer Murders’ for ITV.
Ash plays guest lead Jaxon Parker in ‘Doctors’ for BBC One.
Tom can be seen in ‘Elizabeth is Missing’ for BBC One.
Derek plays the role of Gary in ‘In Fabric’ for BBC Films and A24.
Jordan can be seen in ‘Gold Digger’ for BBC One.
Tom plays the recurring role of Gordie in ‘Guilt’ for BBC Scotland.
Tara stars in the award-winning ‘Schemers’ as Shona.
Tessa plays Sharon in ‘There Are No Beginnings’ at Leeds Playhouse.
Charlene starred in ‘The Monstrous Heart’ at the Traverse Theatre, diirected by Gareth Nicholls and written by Oliver Emanuel.
Maggie returns as Mavis in the new series of ‘Still Open All Hours’.
Will stars as the titular role in ‘The Last Temptation of Boris Johnson’ which after premiering at the Park Theatre will now embark on a UK tour.
Calum plays ‘Conor Henson’ in tonight’s episode of ‘Holby City’ for BBC One.
Amber plays Jade in Nathalie Biancheri’s directorial debut, ‘Nocturnal’.
Elizabeth plays Bonnie Keene in ‘Doctors’ for BBC One.
Will plays John Beggs in ‘A Confession’ for ITV.
Yasmin plays Ayala in ‘Hilda’, the debut feature film of Rishi Pelham, which premiered at Raindance Film Festival 2019.
Lashana plays series regular Arjana Pike in ‘Bulletproof’ for CW.
Maggie plays Geraldine in new BBC One sitcom ‘Scarborough’.
Matthew features in ‘A Confession’ for ITV.
Shahid plays the recurring role of Zaffar Iqbal in ‘Ackley Bridge’ for Channel 4.
Tony plays Antonius in ‘Horrible Histories: The Movie’.
Antonia played Nora in ‘Brighton Beach Memoir’ at Frinton Summer Theatre.
Ty plays series regular Sian Oakes in ‘Ackley Bridge’ for Channel 4.
Joe plays Matthew Bailey in ‘Wild Bill’ for ITV opposite Rob Lowe.
Chris played the recurring role of Tom in ‘Emmerdale’ for ITV.
Bradley plays lead Evan Howells in ‘Keeping Faith’ for BBC One/BBC Wales.
Jack joins the cast of ‘Riviera’ as new series regular Nico Eltham for Sky Atlantic.
Graeme plays series regular Jeremy Beckett in ‘Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists’ for Freeform.
Dean plays series regular Rhone in ‘Knightfall’ for History and A+E.
Perry plays Nigel in ‘Don’t Forget the Driver’ for BBC Two.
Jack plays Alex Hayman in ‘Doctors’ for BBC One.
Alexa plays the lead role of Meg in new E4 comedy ‘Dead Pixels’.
Bethzienna can be seen in ‘Warren’ for BBC One.
Matthew plays Joel Eldridge in ‘Doctors’ for BBC One.
Daniel played Chris Keller in ‘All My Sons’ for Dundee Rep, directed by Jemima Levick.
Jack plays series regular Tom Lauder in ‘Penny on M.A.R.S.’ for the Disney Channel.
Calum plays guest lead Chez Wilson-Needham in ‘Doctors’ for BBC One.
Jonny starred as Peter Noone in ‘My Very Own British Invasion’ at the Paper Mill Playhouse.
Ash plays Beddows in ‘The ABC Murders’ for Mammoth Screen and Amazon Prime.
Nicola played series regular Nicola Rubinstein
Sophie plays Tavia Miller in ‘Holby City’ for BBC One.
Emma plays Peggy Slither in ‘Agatha Raisin’ for Acorn TV.
Jonny plays Sam in series one of ‘Sex Education’ for Netflix.
Adam featured in series one of ‘Sex Education’ for Netflix.
Luke plays Lee Peck in series 5 of ‘Luther’ for BBC One.
Dean plays the series regular role of Magnus in ‘Vikings’ for MGM and History.
Will plays the regular role of Lord Bareacres in ‘Vanity Fair’ for Amazon Prime and ITV.
Charles plays Alex in ‘Emmerdale’ for ITV.
Charles plays Barry White in ‘Enterprice’ for BBC Three.
Luke plays the recurring role of Adam Miller in ‘Dark Heart’ for ITV.
Keith plays the regular role of Lesley in ‘Outlander’ for Starz.
Luke plays Dean Wayne in the third series of ‘No Offence’ for Channel 4.
Adam plays Kyle in feature film ‘Two For Joy’.
James played Bob Matthews in ‘EastEnders’ for BBC One.
Rian played Steve Pope in ‘Doctors’ for BBC One.
Rian plays Brandon in ‘Final Score’, directed by Scott Mann.
Shanti can be seen in ‘Papillon’ directed by Michael Noer.
Jordan played D.C. Kirby in ‘Casualty’ for BBC One.
Mollie plays regular Kayla Westbrook in ‘Coronation Street’.
★ ★ ★ ★★ - The Guardian
Alexa stars as Young Rosie in musical feature 'Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again', directed by Ol Parker and written by Parker, Catherine Johnson, and Richard Curtis.
A follow-up to the much-loved 2008 film Mamma Mia!, based on the West End/Broadway musical of the same name using the music of ABBA.
Montana stars as Jasmine in Amara Cash’s feature film ‘Daddy Issues’ which is currently showing on Netflix US.
Shanti plays Saira in ‘Next of Kin’ for ITV.
Andrew plays Martin Lightfoot in ‘Doctors’ for BBC One.
Scott stars as French in ‘The Debt Collector’.
Rohan plays series regular Mike in ‘Safe’ for Netflix.
Simon plays Saddiq Gani in ‘Call the Midwife’ for BBC One.
Roisin plays Jess in ‘Come Home’ for BBC One.
Ash plays Charles Blythe in ‘The Alienist’ for TNT.
John plays the regular role of Old Joe in ‘Still Game’ for BBC Scotland.
Perry plays series regular Terry in ‘Lee and Dean’ for Channel 4.
Chris plays MR R in ‘Shakespeare & Hathaway’ for BBC One.
Jamie played regular Max Walker for 4 years on ‘Casualty’ for BBC One.
Elizabeth plays Lucy in ‘Informer’ for BBC One and Amazon Prime.
Glen plays series regular Greig Roth in ‘River City’ for BBC Studios.
Jennifer plays Kerry Taylor in ‘The Tunnel’ for Canal+
Alexa plays Kate, daughter of Toby Jones’ character Lance in ‘The Detectorists’ for BBC Four.
Will plays M.P. Guard Russell in ‘Justice League’ for Warner Bros, directed by Zack Snyder.
Jonathan plays Steven in ‘Love, Lies, and Records’ for BBC One.
Mollie plays Machin in ‘Love, Lies, and Records’ for BBC One.
Ashley plays recurring guest lead Raj Nehra in ‘Doctors’ for BBC One.
Daniel plays Rick in ‘Anna and the Apocalypse’, directed by John McPhail.
Martyn can be seen in ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle”.
Rian played Russell Johnston in ‘Holby City’ for BBC One.
Scott plays Victor in ‘American Assassin’.
Will plays the semi-regular role of Scott Ellisson in ‘Casualty’ for BBC One.
Dean plays Simon Logan in ‘The Hippopotamus’, directed by John Hecks.
Lashana starred as Rosalie Capulet in ‘Still Star-Crossed’ for ABC and Shondaland.
Dean features in Christopher Nolan’s award-winning feature ‘Dunkirk’.
Golda plays Agnes in feature film ‘Lady Macbeth’, directed by William Olroyd.
Rohan plays Simon in ‘The Eaters of Light’ episode of the tenth series of ‘Doctor Who’.
Sammy plays Siobhan Murphy in ‘Fearless’ for ITV.
Jennifer played the recurring role of Donna in the second series of ‘White Gold’ for BBC and Fudge Park.
Derek plays DC Matt Parrt in ‘Little Boy Blue’ for ITV.
Michelle plays series regular Imara in ‘Wolfblood’ for BBC and Disney.
Jennifer plays Mary Ann Cox in ‘Ripper Street’ for BBC One and Tiger Aspect.
Alexa plays the regular role of Betsey Fletcher in ‘Harlots’ for Hulu.
Charles can be seen in the third series of ‘Uncle’ for Channel 4.
Kemaal plays Prince Ahmed in ‘Assassin’s Creed’.
Joan plays the regular role of Ada in ‘The Halcyon’ for ITV.
Rian played Young Billy in ‘Hollyoaks’ for Channel 4.
James plays Rick Bowcott in ‘Doctors’ for BBC One.
John played Joe Davison in ‘Rillington Place’ for BBC One.
Sophie plays Brenda in ‘Rillington Place’ for BBC One.
Andrew plays Kenny in ‘Moving On’ for BBC One.
Scott plays Lucian in ‘Doctor Strange’.
Tara played the recurring role of Daisy in ‘The Fall’ for BBC One.
Roisin plays the recurring role of Emer Taylor in ‘The Fall’ for BBC Two.
Derek plays Rhys Ronson in ‘Casualty’ for BBC One.
Ashley plays series regular DC Sharad Nayar in ‘The Level’ for ITV.
Elizabeth plays Annie O’Shaunessy in ‘Casualty’ for BBC One.
Rebecca plays Rose Foster in ‘Doctors’ for BBC One.
Francesca played Charlotte Lucas in ‘Pride and Prejudice’ at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre and then on the UK tour.
Daniel played Fletch in ‘BBC Comedy Feeds: Pumped’ for BBC Three.
Lashana plays Ashanti Okocha in feature film ‘Brotherhood’, directed by Noel Clarke and distributed by Lionsgate.
Jennifer plays the regular role of Rachel Hardy in ‘Hollyoaks’ for Channel 4 and Lime Pictures.
Amber plays series regular Kaley in ‘Guilt’ for Freeform.
Shahid plays Kash in feature film ‘ID2: Shadwell Army’.
Nicola plays Scarlett Finch in ‘Father Brown’ for BBC One.
Tara plays the lead role of Caitlin in feature film ‘Moondogs’, directed by Philip John.
Danny plays Leslie Matlin in ‘Call the Midwife’ for BBC One.