Martyn joins the cast of ‘Fast & Furious 9’.
Arun joins the lead cast of upcoming feature film ‘School’s Out Forever’ as Patel, directed by Oliver S. Milburn.
Kiera can soon be seen as leading role Leah in ‘Martyrs Lane’ for Martyrs Lane Ltd, directed by Ruth Platt.
Cara can soon be seen in cinemas as Eve Curie in feature film ‘Radioactive’ directed by Marjane Satrapi.
Susie features in the upcoming ‘Ammonite’ set to release later this year.
Alexa plays Sue in ‘Misbehaviour’ which will be in cinemas March 13th.
Rohan plays Dwayne in ‘Blue Story’, directed by Rapman and produced by Paramount.
Scott stars as Barton Geddes in ‘Ip Man 4’ alongside Donnie Yen.
Lashana stars as Nomi in the upcoming twenty-fifth installment to the James Bond franchise, ‘No Time to Die’.
Jake will play Volodja in upcoming feature ‘Firebird’.
Charlie can soon be seen as Brian in ‘Martyrs Lane’ for Martyrs Lane Limited, directed by Ruth Platt.
Derek plays the role of Gary in ‘In Fabric’ for BBC Films and A24.
Violet plays Chloe in ‘The Bird Game’, directed by Marianna Simnett and Robbie Ryan.
Tara stars in the award-winning ‘Schemers’ as Shona.
Scott stars as Cain in ‘Avengement’ for Samuel Goldwyn Films.
Amber plays Jade in Nathalie Biancheri’s directorial debut, ‘Nocturnal’.
Yasmin plays Ayala in ‘Hilda’, the debut feature film of Rishi Pelham, which premiered at Raindance Film Festival 2019.
Gráinne plays Niamh in ‘Lonely Laura And Her Sister Niamh’, directed by Florence Hyde.
Youssef plays Ringo in feature film ‘Daniel’ for cinenic film, directed by Niels Arden Oplev.
Dave plays Dougal in ‘Horrible Histories: The Movie’.
Tony plays Antonius in ‘Horrible Histories: The Movie’.
Carl can be seen as Richard in ‘Rocketman’ the musical fantasy about Sir Elton John, directed by Dexter Fletcher.
Alex can be seen in the feature film The Hustle on Netflix, directed by Chris Addison.
Sophia plays supporting role ‘Gigi’ in, Santa’s Boots. Directed by Shawn Tolleson.
Jemima plays Ava in the short film ‘Roses Point’.
Jemima plays Maddie in the short film ‘Hell To Hedland’.
Clinton plays Sam Sideway in ‘Sanditon’.
Alice plays leading role Kath in ‘After Louise’ for Scoop Films, directed by David and Danny Scheinmann.
Rian plays Dean in award-winning feature ‘Boyz in the Wood’.
Lashana can be seen as Maria Rambeau in ‘Captain Marvel’.
Richard appears as Uncle Keith in ‘Bitter Sweet Symphony’, directed by Jamie Adams and starring Jennifer Grey.
Jaz can be seen as Ronnie in Darkness Visible now available on Netflix.
Kiera plays Megan in award winning short film ‘3 Sleeps’ for Fat Lip Films, directed by Christopher Holt.
Mollie plays leading role Casey in the award winning short film ‘3 Sleeps’ for Fat Lip Films, directed by Christopher Holt.
Lenora plays Fiona in feature film ‘The Big Ugly’ for London Calling KY, directed by Scott Wiper.
Ronni can be seen as Victoria in ‘Surviving Christmas with the Relatives’.
Jerome can be seen as in the feature film Postcards From London for Diablo Films, directed by Steve McLean.
Adam plays Kyle in feature film ‘Two For Joy’.
Rian plays Brandon in ‘Final Score’, directed by Scott Mann.
Shanti can be seen in ‘Papillon’ directed by Michael Noer.
Alexa plays Young Rosie in ‘Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again’.
Joe can be seen as the Bass/Double Bass Player in feature film Mamma Mia: Here We Go again! for Universal, directed by […]
Scott stars as French in ‘The Debt Collector’.
Dean can now be seen as leading role Vitharr in ‘The Lost Viking’ written and directed by Emmet Cummins.
Missy played the lead role Alex Page in ‘Laughing Branches’, directed by Missy Malek.
Jemima plays the title role Dorothy in ‘Dear Dorothy’.
Sarah plays Emmy in ‘Master Of Love’, directed by Matt Roberts.
Carl plays Abel in ‘The Feed’ for Amazon, directed by Tinge Krishnan.
Brett features in ‘Official Secrets’ a film by Gavin Hood.
Merveille plays the leading role of Joe Appiah in ‘A United Kingdom’.
David featured in ‘A Brixton Tale’ directed by Darragh Carey & Bertrand Desrochers.
Stuart can be seen in feature film The Man With The Silver Case, directed by Colin Best and Jay Keitel.
Scott stars as Mike Fallon in ‘Accident Man’.
Rosie plays Georgina in ‘Hurricane’, directed by David Blair.
Will plays M.P. Guard Russell in ‘Justice League’ for Warner Bros, directed by Zack Snyder.
Alaa can be seen in ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ directed by Kenneth Brannagh.
Julian can be seen opposite Emma Thompson as Caradoc Bell in ‘The Children Act’, directed by Richard Eyre.
Max Vento plays leading role Sam in the short drama ‘Cotton Wool’ for Cherwell Productions.
Harry plays Jonathan Cavendish in Breathe for Responaut Productions, directed by Andy Serkis.
Jaz can be been as Duleep in feature film Viceroy’s House for Pathé, directed by Garinda Charda.
Daniel plays Rick in ‘Anna and the Apocalypse’, directed by John McPhail.
Martyn can be seen in ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle”.
Scott plays Victor in ‘American Assassin’.
Kemaal plays Ahmed in ‘Victoria & Abdul’ starring Judi Dench.
Shahid plays Adnan Al-Mansur in action movie American Assassin.
Dean plays Simon Logan in ‘The Hippopotamus’, directed by John Hecks.
Alex plays André Villechaize in Sacha Gervasi’s My Dinner With Hervé
Dean features in Christopher Nolan’s award-winning feature ‘Dunkirk’.
Golda plays Agnes in feature film ‘Lady Macbeth’, directed by William Olroyd.
Jennifer plays Trixie Marks in British feature ‘My Name is Lenny’.
Richard stars as Oliver in ‘Wild Honey Pie!’ opposite Jemima Kirke, directed by Jamie Adams.
Léa plays Jessie in ‘Rodin’, directed by Jacques Doillon.
Fergal plays Dan Clann in Warner Bros. feature ‘King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’, directed by Guy Ritchie.
Sarah plays Jess in ‘Pink Wall’, directed by Tom Cullen.
Craig Stevenson plays Craig McCallan in ‘The Motive’, directed by Manuel Martín Cuenca.
Harry can be seen in Beauty and the Beast for Cogsworth Productions Ltd, directed by Bill Condon.
Sharon plays the Appeal Court Judge in ‘The Children Act’, directed by Richard Eyre.
Richard stars as Pete in ‘Songbird’ opposite Cobie Smulders, directed by Jamie Adams.
Tom plays Big Bear in the highly anticipated ‘T2 Trainspotting’, sequel to the Danny Boyle’s 1996 cult classic.
Kemaal plays Prince Ahmed in ‘Assassin’s Creed’.
Ann plays Donna Dent in ‘Sully’, directed by Clint Eastwood and currently available to stream on Netflix.
Scott plays Lucian in ‘Doctor Strange’.
Milo plays Hugh Apiston in ‘Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children’ directed by Tim Burton.
Lashana plays Ashanti Okocha in feature film ‘Brotherhood’, directed by Noel Clarke and distributed by Lionsgate.
Simon plays Mo in ‘ID2: Shadwell Army’ for Universal Pictures directed by Joel Novoa.
Shahid plays Kash in feature film ‘ID2: Shadwell Army’.
Tara plays the lead role of Caitlin in feature film ‘Moondogs’, directed by Philip John.
Missy plays Owen Case’s Assistant in ‘Now You See Me 2’, directed by Jon M. Chu.
Alex played Mark Kasdan in Joel Hopkins’ feature film ‘Hampstead’.
Carl plays Geoffrey in ‘My Cousin Rachel’, directed by Roger Mitchell.
Craig plays Mike McCogan in ‘Inside’, directed by Miguel Ángel Vivas.
Scott plays Pavel Lukashenko in ‘The Brothers Grimsby’.
Dean plays Don in ‘After Louise’, directed by Danny & David.
Sharon plays Pat in ‘After Louise’, directed by Danny & David.
Vincent can be seen driving Brad Pitt across the desert in ‘Allied’, directed by Robert Zemeckis.
Oliver can be seen as Chauncey in feature film ‘Show Dogs’ for Open Road Films, directed by Raja Gosnell.
Pooneh plays Tira in horror feature ‘Don’t Knock Twice’ directed by Caradog W. James.
Drew can be seen in ‘The Suffragette’ directed by Sarah Gavron.
Lloyd can be seen as Mitchell in ‘Eliminators’ directed James Nunn.
Milo can be see as Roger in Mr Holmes, directed by Bill Condon.
Jerry-Jane plays Nymphet in ‘Survivor’, directed by James Mcteigue.
Susie plays the Landlady in ‘Suffragette’, directed by Sarah Gavron.
Simon plays Dc.Brinkley in ‘A Hundred Streets’, directed by Jim O’Hanlon.
Arkie played General Ismail in ‘Dracula Untold’ for Universal Pictures.
Erin plays Emma in BBC’s ‘Glasgow Girls’, directed by Bryan Welsh.
Nicola plays Wee Min in ‘Honour’ directed by Shan Khan.
Missy plays Gabrielle in ‘Anti-Social’, directed by Reg Traviss.
Ashely stars in Kalvadour Peterson’s ‘The Intent’ as G Money.
Jaqueline plays Emily in ‘Sex and Violence’, directed by Christopher Scott Cherot.
Sam can be seen as Varlam in ‘Child 44’, directed by Daniel Espinosa.
Scott plays the role of John in ‘Zero Dark Thirty’, directed by Kathryn Bigelow.
Ashley plays Ryan in ‘Starred Up’ a film by David Mackenzie.
Lenora plays leading role Shania in the feature film ‘Fast Girls’ for Fast Girl Films, directed by Regan Hall.
Lashana played Belle in feature film ‘Fast Girls’ for StudioCanal, directed by Regan Hall.
Tom can be seen as Felix in feature film Truth Or Dare for Corona Pictures, directed by Robert Heath.
Danielle played Jody Conroy in ‘A Running Jump’ for Channel 4, directed by Mike Leigh.
Sophie can be seen as Miss Ellen Sable in ‘The Invisible Woman’, directed by Ralph Fiennes.
Barnaby plays John Rugby in ‘The Merry Wives Of Windsor’, directed by Christopher Luscombe.
Tom plays Paul in feature film Now Is Good for BBC Films, directed by Ol Parker.
Vincent stars as Ebrahim in ‘Material’, directed by Craig Freimond.
Kirsty can be seen in ‘Captain America, The First Avenger’, directed by Joe Johnston.
Scarlett played Pansy Parkinson in ‘Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince’, ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 […]
Jennie plays leading role Eleanor in ‘Truth Or Dare’, directed by Robert Heath.
India plays Victoria in ‘Anuvahood’, directed by Adam Deacon.
Laura plays Delta in ‘Hard Boiled Sweets’ directed by David L Hughes.
Jahvel plays Evs in feature film Fast Girls for DJ Films/Studio Canal, directed by Regan Hall.
Daniel appears in ‘Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 1’.
Nicholas plays Barry in ‘4321’, directed by Mark Davies/Noel Clark.
Jason plays Troy in feature film Adulthood for Cipher Films, directed by Noel Clark.
Perry played Ronald “Meggy” Megford in Shane Meadow’s ‘This is England’.
Laura plays Audrey Inverso in ‘Unbreakable’, directed by M. Night Shyamalan.
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