John plays the regular role of Old Joe in ‘Still Game’ for BBC Scotland.
Amy played leading role Elphaba in ‘Wicked’ for Playful Productions Zurich and National Tour, directed Joe Mantello.
Steffan played the Escapologist in ‘Matilda The Musical’ UK/Ireland Tour.
Ryan played Roger Davies in the original cast of ‘Tina’ at The Aldwych.
Merveille plays the leading role of Joe Appiah in ‘A United Kingdom’.
David featured in ‘A Brixton Tale’ directed by Darragh Carey & Bertrand Desrochers.
Zoe made her professional debut in Mamma Mia! at The Novello Theatre.
Julian played Monsier Baurel in ‘An American In Paris’ at The Dominion Theatre.
Ann can be seen as recurring character Rebecca Bois in ‘Better Call Saul’, currently available on Netflix.
Dean can be seen as a recurring Paramedic in ‘Eastenders’.
Sam played Doctor Phillips in ‘Coronation Street’.
Vincent played David in ‘The Phlebotomist’ at Hampstead Theatre, directed by Sam Yates.
Perry plays series regular Terry in ‘Lee and Dean’ for Channel 4.
Chris plays MR R in ‘Shakespeare & Hathaway’ for BBC One.
Stuart can be seen in feature film The Man With The Silver Case, directed by Colin Best and Jay Keitel.
Parys appeared in ‘Catalyst’ for The North Wall.
Harley played Nate in ‘Nine Foot Nine’ at Pleasance Theatre/Royal Court, directed by Helena Jackson.
Dorian appeared in the tour of ‘Brighton Rock’ for Pilot Theatre, directed by Esther Richardson.
Scott stars as Mike Fallon in ‘Accident Man’.
Jamie played regular Max Walker for 4 years on ‘Casualty’ for BBC One.
Elizabeth plays Lucy in ‘Informer’ for BBC One and Amazon Prime.
Zachary played Philo/Claudius in ‘JULIUS CAESAR’ at The Bridge Theatre.
Glen plays series regular Greig Roth in ‘River City’ for BBC Studios.
Rosie plays Georgina in ‘Hurricane’, directed by David Blair.
Jennifer plays Kerry Taylor in ‘The Tunnel’ for Canal+
Amit plays Athif Kamara in ITV’S ‘Bancroft’, directed by John Hayes.
Alexa plays Kate, daughter of Toby Jones’ character Lance in ‘The Detectorists’ for BBC Four.
Max Vento plays leading role and series regular Joe Hughes in ‘The A Word’ for BBC.
Alex starred in the original cast of ‘A Christmas Carol’ as Father/Marley at The Old Vic, directed by Matthew Warchus.
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.
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.
Jaz plays Rajah in the series The Boy With the Top Knot for Kudos Film & Television, directed by Lynsey Miller.
Hannah played Helen Burns and Adele in ‘Jane Eyre’ at the National Theatre, directed by Sally Cookson.
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.
Ashley plays recurring guest lead Raj Nehra in ‘Doctors’ for BBC One.
Daniel plays Rick in ‘Anna and the Apocalypse’, directed by John McPhail.
Sue plays regular character Shannon in ‘Bad Move’, a new ITV comedy series written by Jack Dee.
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’.
Kemaal plays Ahmed in ‘Victoria & Abdul’ starring Judi Dench.
James features in Clare Kilner’s ‘Delicious’ as James Woolfe.
Shahid plays Adnan Al-Mansur in action movie American Assassin.
Scott Monello appeared in ‘Wicked’ at the Apollo Victoria Theatre.
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.
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.
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 plays Trixie Marks in British feature ‘My Name is Lenny’.
Lenora plays series regular Dina Clark in ‘Deception’ for ABC, directed by David Nutter.
Richard stars as Oliver in ‘Wild Honey Pie!’ opposite Jemima Kirke, directed by Jamie Adams.
Dorian featured in ‘Persuasion’ at the Royal Exchange Theatre, directed by Jeff James.
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.
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.
Jerry-Jane plays Jayne Mansfield in ‘BABS’ for BBC, directed by Dominic Leclerc.
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.
Sophia plays Guilia Gallo in ITV’s ‘Endeavour V’. Directed by Andy Wilson.
Georgia played Katie in ‘Our Day Out’ at the Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds. Directed by Karen Simpson.
Suzi played both ‘Peter Rabbit’ and ‘Lucie’ in Where Is Peter Rabbit? At the Old Laundry Theatre. Directed by Shelia […]
Barbara plays Josie in the BBC’s ‘Call The Midwife’, directed by Syd Macartney.
Kate plays Tess in BBC’s ‘Doctors’, directed by Nimer Rashed.
Sophia plays Young Anastasia in ABC’s ‘Once Upon A Time’. Directed by Steve Perlman.
Damola plays the recurring role of Augustus in ‘Berlin Station’.
Sarah plays Jess in ‘Pink Wall’, directed by Tom Cullen.
Jacqueline plays Kayla Kasper in ‘Berlin Station’.
Alice played Janet in ‘The Knowledge’ at Charing Cross Theatre, directed by Maureen Lipman.
Sophie played the lead Sarah in ‘Our House’ the UK Tour. Directed by James Tobias, Fabian Aloise and Dustin Conrad.
Emily played a variety of roles including Young Sally, Young Carlotta and Showgirl in ‘Follies’ at the National Theatre, directed […]
Nicholas is the voice of the Cyberman and the Daleks in the award winning BBC series ‘Doctor Who’.
Craig played Les, Ronnie & Zoo Keeper in ‘Our Day Out’ at the Theatre Royal.
Craig Stevenson plays Craig McCallan in ‘The Motive’, directed by Manuel Martín Cuenca.
Brett plays Anthony Johnson in Stephen Frears ‘A Very English Scandal’.
Harry can be seen in Beauty and the Beast for Cogsworth Productions Ltd, directed by Bill Condon.
Ryan played the leading role of Ray Davies in ‘Sunny Afternoon’ in London’s West End and on tour.
Cassie played Jean in the critically acclaimed ‘American Psycho’ at The Almeida Theatre, directed by Rupert Goold.
Cara plays Chloe Easton in the series ‘Deep State’ for Fox Networks Group.
Sharon plays the Appeal Court Judge in ‘The Children Act’, directed by Richard Eyre.
Kate can be seen as regular character Loretta in the final two series of ‘Benidorm’.
Steffan played Sam Monaghan in ‘The Comedy About A Bank Robbery’ at the Criterion Theatre.
Richard stars as Pete in ‘Songbird’ opposite Cobie Smulders, directed by Jamie Adams.
Ricci can be seen as Jamie in ‘Casualty’ for BBC, directed by Matthew Evans.
Charlie plays Lawrence Wilson in Doctors for BBC1, directed by Carolina Giammetta.
Rob played Trevor in the UK and Broadway version of ‘The Play That Goes Wrong’ – a show he co-created […]
Tom plays Big Bear in the highly anticipated ‘T2 Trainspotting’, sequel to the Danny Boyle’s 1996 cult classic.
Lloyd appeared in ‘Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’ UK tour for Bill Kenwright.
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.
Ann plays Donna Dent in ‘Sully’, directed by Clint Eastwood and currently available to stream on Netflix.
Andrew plays Kenny in ‘Moving On’ for BBC One.
Scott plays Lucian in ‘Doctor Strange’.
Isabel played Castiza in ‘The Revengers Tragedy’ at the Nottingham Playhouse. Directed by Fiona Buffini.
Jessie played Geain in ‘The Karaoke Theatre Company’ and ‘Henceforward’ at Stephen Joseph Theatre, directed by Alan Ayckbourn.
Marilyn appears as Mrs Wheeler in series 3 of ‘Grantchester’.
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.
Milo plays Hugh Apiston in ‘Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children’ directed by Tim Burton.
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.
Simon plays Mo in ‘ID2: Shadwell Army’ for Universal Pictures directed by Joel Novoa.
Shahid plays Kash in feature film ‘ID2: Shadwell Army’.
Cordelia played Nicola in the original London cast of ‘Kinky Boots’, directed by Jerry Mitchell.
Tom appeared in the UK and Ireland tour of ‘Billy Elliot’.
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.
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’.
Danny plays Leslie Matlin in ‘Call the Midwife’ for BBC One.
Oliver starred in the leading role of Sky in ‘Guys and Dolls’ at the Phoenix Theatre.
Sarah plays Bridid Maythorpe in ‘Doctors’ for BBC One.
Erin can be seen Hectorina as ‘Rillington Place’ for Bandit TV/BBC, directed by Craig Viveiros.
Tony plays series regular Professor Tony Shales in ‘Fresh Meat’ for Channel 4.
Alexander plays Dennis in ITV’s ‘Maigret’, directed by Ashley Pearce.
Lily plays Tanya Ford in ‘Dark Heart’ for ITV, directed by Colin Teague.
Charlotte work shopped Mandy Rice-Davies in ‘Stephen Ward’ for Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Sophie plays Ginny in ‘Humans Series II’, directed by Carl Tibbetts.
Emily played several roles in ‘Cats’ including: Rumpelteazer/1st Cover Jellylorum and Griddlebone.
Carl plays Geoffrey in ‘My Cousin Rachel’, directed by Roger Mitchell.
Craig plays Mike McCogan in ‘Inside’, directed by Miguel Ángel Vivas.
Barnaby is the ‘Principal Dalek’ in the hugely successful BBC series Doctor Who.
Scott plays Pavel Lukashenko in ‘The Brothers Grimsby’.
Amy played Nicola in ‘Kinky Boots’ at the Adelphi Theatre, directed by Jerry Mitchell.
Isabel played Castiza in ‘The Revenger’s Tragedy’ at the Nottingham Playhouse, directed by Fiona Buffini.
Lenora plays Rosa in the series ‘Flaked’ for Electric Avenue/Netflix.
Edward plays the recurring role of Ben Brennan in ‘Shetland’ for BBC One and ITV.
Alex played series regular Tom in The Halcyon on ITV.
Dean plays Don in ‘After Louise’, directed by Danny & David.
Sharon plays Pat in ‘After Louise’, directed by Danny & David.
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