Cassidy Little – Rebus

Cassidy can be seen in the crime drama Rebus playing the recurring role of Gary ‘Cammy’ Campbell. 

Rebus, a new crime series based on the best-selling Inspector Rebus novels by Ian Rankin, will launch on Friday 17 May, the BBC has announced. All episodes will be available on BBC iPlayer from 6am, with episode one airing on BBC Scotland on Friday 17 May and on BBC One on Saturday 18 May.


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Joanna Hudson-Fox – Meet The Richardsons

Joanna Hudson-Fox can be seen playing the role of Phil’s new girlfriend in the new series of Meet the Richardsons.

Series 5 of Meet the Richardsons is now available to watch on UKTV Play and Dave.

In this series, Lucy’s career is turbo-charged by her BAFTA nomination and she’s getting offered shows from the very big to the frankly bizarre. Jon is fine with Lucy’s success, he’s not competitive at all, and he knows when he’s beaten.

David Bark-Jones – FBI: International Season 3

David can be seen as Armand Lambert in Episode 3 of FBI: International on CBS.

FBI: International is the third iteration of the successful FBI franchise, following the elite operatives of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s International Fly Team. Headquartered in Budapest, they travel the world with the mission of tracking and neutralizing threats against American citizens wherever they may be. Not allowed to carry guns, the Fly Team members rely on intelligence, quick thinking and pure brawn as they put their lives on the line to protect the U.S. and its people.

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Jamie Bannerman and Tracy Shaw – Cookster: The Darkest Days

Jamie Bannerman and Tracy Shaw appear in the film Cookster: The Darkest Day, releasing 30th April.

A dyslexic teen misunderstood by his family, abandoned by the system, and desperate for respect becomes a drug dealer struggling to balance his addiction and debt to a local gangster. Meanwhile, a rival threatens to destroy his world, driving him apart from the woman he loves and a daughter he’s never known.

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Jenny Gayner – Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

Jenny Gayner will be performing in the UK tour of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang as the Baroness.

A brand-new production of this much-loved family favourite, directed by Thom Southerland(Titanic, Parade), choreographed by Karen Bruce (BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing, The Bodyguard) and designed by Morgan Large (Newsies, Joseph and the Technicolour Dreamcoat) this ravishing award-winning musical is bursting with unforgettable songs by the Sherman Brothers including Toot Sweets, Hushabye Mountain, Truly Scrumptious and of course the Academy Award-nominated title song, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.

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Jumoké Fashola – Sappho

Jumoké plays Cleis in Southwark Playhouse’s Sappho, running from 3-25 May.

Fusing ancient poetry with modern music, Greek chorus with circus and contemporary dance, Sappho is a thrilling adult fairy tale of mythic proportions that may – or may not – have happened. Expect dancing, passion, poetry and plenty of queer joy as Pascal Productions’ epic international hit finally storms the London stage.

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Mark Griffin – 5lbs of Pressure

Mark Griffin appears as Johnny in the film 5lbs of Pressure, streaming April 24th.

Fresh out of prison after serving time for murder, Adam returns to his old stomping grounds to pick up the pieces of his life and start fresh while the brother of the man he killed is looking for revenge.

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Alana Jackson – What The Butler Saw

Alana Jackson will be playing the role of  Geraldine Barclay in the UK tour of What the Butler Saw.

Within the pristine walls of his private psychiatric clinic, Doctor Prentice is interviewing a new secretary. Geraldine wants the position but seems underqualified and uncertain about her parentage. Mrs Prentice appears, flushed and in urgent need of a drink, following an illicit encounter with Nick Beckett, blackmailer and bell boy at the Station Hotel.

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Joshua Oakes-Rogers – Madagascar The Musical

Joshua Oakes-Rogers plays the role of Melman in the UK & Ireland tour of Madagascar The Musical until August 2024.

Join Alex, Marty, Melman, Gloria and those hilarious, plotting penguins as they bound onto stage in the musical adventure of a lifetime. Filled with outlandish characters, adventure galore and an upbeat score, you’ll have no choice but to “Move It, Move It!”

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