Rachel Warren – Eve

Rachel stars as Bex Learey in Roy Kindersley’s Eve, now available on iTunes, Virgin Media, Sky Box Office and Amazon Prime.

Written by Drew Sherring-Hill, it follows two actresses competing for the same role of Eve in a big-budget film adaptation of John Milton’s Paradise Lost.

Bex (Rachel Warren) is an acclaimed yet washed-up actress who accrued accolades for her stage performance as Eve several years ago.

Alex (Christine Marzano) is a young star on the rise who ends up getting cast as Eve, sending Bex into a tailspin, becoming pathologically obsessed with this new up-and-comer who stole her part. 

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Jermaine Rivers – Dynasty

Jermaine has joined the cast of Season 4 of The CW’s Dynasty currently in the midst of filming.

This modern reboot of the beloved 1980s soap opera, this re-imagining centres on the powerful Carrington family as they defend their business throne against the Colbys, new rivals and threats, and even each other. 

Centring on Fallon Carrington (Elizabeth Gillies), manouvering to become new COO of her father Blake (Grant Snow)’s global energy corporation but is shocked to find out that, after a family meeting at their manor in Atlanta (not Denver as in the original series), Fallon is horrified to find out that the big family news isn’t her new promotion but that her father is now engaged to the young and stunning Cristal (Nathalie Kelley). 

Already three seasons deep, it’s viewable on US Netflix but not British Netflix yet – hopefully in the near future!

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Joe Gallina – Urban Myths

Joe is featuring in Episode 2 of Season 4 of Sky UK’s Urban Myths.

This International Emmy Award-nominated series fictionalises some of the most peculiar stories to have ever leaked out of the world of Hollywood, the Music Industry and the Worlds of Arts and Culture.

Often casting big names in the main roles, previous storylines have included everything from Alice Cooper (Noel Fielding) and Salvador Dali (Sir David Suchet) enjoying a wild weekend together in 1970s New York, to a young David Bowie (Luke Treadaway) and Marc Bolan (Jack Whitehall) spending an afternoon redecorating their manager’s Soho office, to even a certain Austrian 20-year-old named Adolf Hitler (Iwan Rheon) trying to get into the prestigious Vienna Academy of Fine Arts.

Joe’s episode, set in the rehearsals of an Off-Broadway theatre company in the 1950s, centres on the relationship between two up-and-coming young actresses; Barbara Streisand and Joan Rivers. 

Joe plays Greg, an eager young member of the theatre company whose become infatuated with the idea of seeing the then-unknown Streisand and Rivers kiss on stage and will do everything he can to sneak a peek at this taboo being broken.

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Daniel Jacob – Death Drop

Daniel co-stars as his drag guise Vinegar Strokes in Holly Stars and TuckShop’s Death Drop opening at the West End’s Garrick Theatre on the 3rd of December.

This spoof on an Agatha Christie-style murder mystery brings together a full cast of drag artists for the first time in the West End including RuPaul’s Drag Race stars Courtney Act, Monét X Change and Ms. Strokes herself, Louis Cyfer, Anna Phylactic and Holly Stars.

In 1991 a soirée like no other is happening on Tuck Island. As the outrageous guests reveal their even more questionable pasts the finger pointing and speculation begins as one-by-one the revellers are picked off by a phantom killer. 

This rampant, raucous, ridiculous romp of a murder mystery has gallons of gags, and more twists and turns than a drag queen’s wig. 

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Dannie Pye – Everybody’s Talking About Jamie

Dannie will be appearing as Matty in the screen adaptation of the acclaimed West End musical Everybody’s Talking About Jamie releasing on the 21st of February 2021!

Set in Sheffield and based off the BBC Three documentary Jamie: Drag Queen at 16 before being adapted to the West End stage by Dan Gillespie Sells, it follows the story of Jamie New as he embraces his true self as an out and proud drag queen in a highly heteronormative and repressive environment, fighting against the teachers telling him to “get real” and become a fork-lift truck driver, his deeply homophobic father, and the school bullies.

Thankfully he has his ever-supportive mother Margaret, his best friend Pritti and his drag mum Hugo AKA Loco Chanelle to help him on his journey to self-discovery and acceptance. 

The film stars newcomer Max Hardwell as Jamie, Oscar-nominated star of Can You Ever Forgive Me?Withnail & I and Gosford Park Richard E Grant as Hugo/Loco Chanelle; Happy Valley’s Sarah Lancashire as Margaret; and Sharon Hogan as Jamie’s teacher Miss Hedge. John McCrea, who originally starred as Jamie in the West End, has been confirmed to make a cameo.

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Sona Vyas Dunne – Saint Maud

Sona features in A24’s religious psychological horror Saint Maud currently in cinemas nationwide. 

Written and Directed by Rose Glass, it follows the titular Maud, a reclusive young nurse whose impressionable character makes her pursue a path of piety triggered by an act of trauma obscured from the audience. 

Now charged with the hospice care of Amanda, a retired dancer whose body is being ravaged by terminal-stage cancer, Maud’s devout faith quickly inspires an obsessive conviction that she must save Amanda’s soul from eternal damnation, whatever the cost.

The film has already received incredible reviews including 5 stars from both The Guardian, The Independent and the Evening Standard as well as a 95% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

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Alexandra Afryea – EastEnders

Alexandra is guest-starring as a court clerk in 4 episodes of  BBC’s Eastenders.

Alexandra has recently filmed Infinite with Mark Whalberg, Six Undergroud with Ryan Reynolds and BAFTA nominated CARE with an all start cast. 

Her episodes will air on 8th, 9th, 13th and 15th of October.

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Jacob Butler – It’s A Sin

Jacob Butler is making his on-screen debut in Channel 4’s It’s a Sin – the new drama from Russell T Davies arriving on TV screens in 2021!

It’s A Sin will focus on the lives of three young gay men, Richie, Roscoe and Colin, affected by the 1980’s AIDS crisis. Jacob will be playing the role of BENJAMIN who appears in one episode of the series. 

Jacob graduated from ALRA North in 2019. 

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Thomas Morris – Sky Sharks

Thomas plays the lead role of Klaus Richter in the film Sky Sharks

Which due to Covid, the film had its world premiere at a virtual Frightfest Festival on August 27th this year.  It is planned to visit many festivals next year, obviously with dates TBC. 

A team of geologists discovers a Nazi warship in the Arctic that was believed lost: the Himmelsfaust, a gigantic steel colossus from the Third Reich, filled to the brim with unimaginable machines of destruction. Scientists there researched top-secret, war-critical ordnance and created the Reichsflughaie: rocket-powered monsters whose pilots are genetically mutated, supernaturally equipped, undead super-soldiers. Dr. Klaus Richter, the spiritual forefather of this experiment, is forced to stop his deadly army of the undead in order to save humanity and planet Earth from seemingly certain doom. His daughters Angelique and Diabla face the threat that their father unleashed on the world 75 years ago.

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Jon Furlong – All Creatures Great & Small

Jon Furlong plays the role of Mr Dobson in the 2020 version of All Creatures Great & Small on Channel 5, based on the books about Yorkshire Vet James Herriot. The show is currently being aired at 9pm on Tuesdays.

The series, which also consists for a special Christmas episode filmed in conjunction with the 50th anniversary of the publication the first book in the James Herriot series.

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