Max Percy – My Dad’s Gap Year

Max co-starred as Matias in My Dad’s Gap Year which ran at the Park Theatre in Finsbury Park from the 30th of January until the 23rd of February 2019. 

Directed by cultural polymath Rikki Beadle-Blair, it told the story of Dave who, with his life reaching peak mid-life crisis, decides to take his repressed gay teenage son William, played by Alex Britt, on a wild mad-cap adventure to Bangkok, Thailand to lose his virginity.

Once there he is swept off his feet by the charming and sexy Matias who was played by our fabulous Max Percy! 

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Damien Walsh – Penny on M.A.R.S Season 2

Damien plays both twin roles of Nick and Mike in the second series of Penny on M.A.R.S. which went on air in Italy earlier this month with it airing in the UK later this year.

The series follows the adventures of Penny, a girl who has a big talent and a big passion: singing. She decides to enroll in the most famous performing arts high school, the Music Arts Reiner School. Her passion will encourage her to fight for her dreams alongside her best friend Camilla. And soon, the arrival of a boy will complicate things.

Nick is controlled, respectful and very studious, lives on music and dance and has never kissed a girl. He is reserved, profound, constant in his feelings, but slowly he will understand that he needs to be more impulsive like his twin Mike. 

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Maria Lundqvist & Molly Nutley- Wedding, Funeral and Baptism

Colin Nutley’s new series assembles some of Sweden’s most popular and renowned actors together in a 4-part miniseries focusing on two families in a small Swedish town meeting for a wedding. A dramatic event at said wedding then leads to both a funeral and a baptism. 

Maria plays the role of Michelle in Wedding Funeral and Baptism. 

Molly is s very accomplished young actress who is playing the role of Meya.

Wedding Funeral and Baptism will air on C More and TV4 next month. 

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Dean Kilbey – Cleaning Up

Dean features as Derek in the second episode of ITV’s brand-new 6-part drama Cleaning Up, debuting on the 9th of January at 9pm on ITV1. 

Written by Mark Marlow, Cleaning Up stars BAFTA award-winner Sheridan Smith as working class mother-of-two Sam, a contract cleaner in a corporate office in Canary Wharf, who finds herself drowning in debt as a result of her addiction to internet gambling sites directly targeted at women all while her ex is trying to Gain sole custody of her children.

However, when she discovers that her position gives her unparalleled access to the world of the stock market, and, coupled with the fact that the bankers and businessmen barely acknowledge her existence, she tries to use her valuable stock market information to insider-trade her way out of her money troubles.  

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Shanice Sewell – The Magic Flute

Shanice features in Mozart’s timeless masterpiece The Magic Flute, part of the English National Opera’s 2019 Season. 

Directed by Simon McBurney, critically acclaimed director of The Encounter at The Barbican last year, it follows the adventures of Prince Tamino and the bird-catcher Papageno on their quest to rescue the damsel Pamina. To assist their mission, they are given musical instruments with magical powers, which they utilise to conquer the trials and tribulations placed in their path towards a deeper understanding of true love and happiness.

Packed with serpents, sorcerers, trials of character and courage, this is an enchanting obstacle-laden journey for the quest in search of wisdom and love. 

The Magic Flute is running from the 14th of March until the 11th of April 2019 at London’s Coliseum Theatre. 

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Alexandra Afryea – Silent Witness

Alexandra will guest-star as Kate Riley in an episode of BBC’s Silent Witness premiering on Tuesday 8th January at 9pm on BBC One. 

The longest-running crime drama on TV today, first gracing our screens back in 1996, and currently starring Emilia Fox, David Caves, Liz Carr and Richard Lintern, it follows a crack team of forensic pathologists and their various assignments, helping the police solving often rather grizzly crimes by investigating the murder victims themselves, the titular Silent Witness. 

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Robin Kingsland – Call the Midwife

Robin will be co-starring in an episode of the upcoming eighth season of BBC’s Call the Midwife premiering on BBC One at 8pm on Sunday 13th of January. 

Set in the East End of London in the late 1950s and early 1960s, this period drama tells the story of nurses and midwives in the poverty-stricken neighbourhood of Poplar and is based off the trilogy of memoirs written by Jennifer Worth, the first book being the series’ namesake.

The post-World War II “Baby Boom”, the wave of immigration from the Commonwealth Nations following the Second World War, the foundation of the NHS in 1948, unexploded bombs left over from the Blitz, the threat of nuclear war and the introduction of contraceptive medication have all been featured in the show’s seven-series history.  

Robin will be playing Doctor Macallister, a surgeon specialising in cleft pallet surgery who is brought in to consult with a worried mother about an operation her newborn requires. 

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