Cary Crankson – Scrapper

Cary plays the role of Mr Barrowclough in Charlotte Regan’s BBC Films SCRAPPER released to cinemas on August 25th. 

 

Georgie, a dreamy 12-year-old girl, lives happily alone in her London flat, filling it with magic. Suddenly, her estranged father turns up and forces her to confront reality.

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Andreas Karras & Luca Zizzari – FBI International

Andreas plays Sergeant Kostas Artino and Luca plays the role of  Tomasso Costa in Season 2 of the TV action adventure series FBI: International, Season 2 premieres on SKY & NOWTV from August 17th. 

From Emmy Award-winning executive producer Dick Wolf, “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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Arthur Boan – To Wong Foo

Arthur will be starring in the world premiere of To Wong Foo the Musical – based on the much-loved 1995 film of the same name.

Arthur will be playing the role of Tommy Paul with the production running from 21st October for a limited nine-week run at the Hope Mill Theatre in Manchester. 

Following three drag queens – Vida, Noxeema and Chichi – as they embark on a trip across America to attend the Drag Queen of the Year Finals in Hollywood, the musical is written and directed by original film screenplay writer and multiple Tony Award nominee Douglas Carter Beane, with music and lyrics by Lewis Flinn.

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Amelie Leroy – Invasion Season 2

Amelie Leroy can be seen in Invasion Season 2, Apple TV, as the French Medic.

From Academy Award-nominated and two-time Emmy Award-nominated producer Simon Kinberg and David Weil, “Invasion” is a sweeping, character-driven science fiction drama series that follows an alien invasion through different perspectives around the world. Set across multiple continents, “Invasion” stars Shamier Anderson, Golshifteh Farahani, Sam Neill, Firas Nassar and Shioli Kutsuna

Earth is visited by an alien species that threatens humanity’s existence; events unfold in real time through the eyes of five ordinary people across the globe as they struggle to make sense of the chaos unraveling around them.

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Jules Brown – It’s Her Turn Now

From 28th September to 18th November Jules will be playing the role of Nurse Foster in It’s Her Turn Now.

This production will be running at The Mill at Sonning and is based on the original play OUT OF ORDER by Ray Cooney.

OUT OF ORDER is Ray Cooney’s classic farce about MPs behaving badly. Here it has been turned on its head and adapted so that it is female MPs behaving badly.

When Rebecca Willey MP, a government Junior Minister, plans to spend the evening with John Worthington, special advisor to the opposition, they check into a hotel for their naughty affair. Except things start to go disastrously wrong!

A conniving waiter, a suspicious hotel manager, an alert private detective, an angry wife, a furious husband, a bungling secretary, an unconscious nurse, and – let’s not forget – a dead body, all put Mrs Willey’s career in serious jeopardy.

Sally Hughes says: “I was invited to the read through of this play as we were coming out of lockdown. It was a late summer’s afternoon in Ray Cooney’s garden with a few invited producers and a wonderful cast. We all knew and loved the original version of the play OUT OF ORDER and didn’t know what to expect. Well it was a riot. We laughed until tears ran down our faces.”

This classic farce is absolutely jam-packed with all the hilarious ingredients for a wonderful evening’s entertainment.

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Tony Metcalfe – Eastenders

Tony has recently featured in an episode of Eastenders playing Radiographer, Alex. 

EastEnders is a British television soap opera created by Julia Smith and Tony Holland which has been broadcast on BBC One since February 1985. Set in the fictional borough of Walford in the East End of London, the programme follows the stories of local residents and their families as they go about their daily lives.

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Tony Metcalfe – Eastenders

Antony Costa – Mamma Mia! The Party

Antony Costa is set to join the cast of Mamma Mia! The Party at The O2. From 31 August, Costa will take over the role of Nikos.

Nikos and his wife Kate run the exotic and wonderful Nikos Taverna together with their family and friends. Told through dialogue and timeless ABBA songs, a warm, romantic and funny story evolves and unfolds during the evening, taking place around the guests as they enjoy a gourmet Greek meal. The evening ends with a 1970s disco, where audience members are encouraged to stay to sing and dance to ABBA’s greatest hits.

MAMMA MIA! THE PARTY has music and lyrics by Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus (some songs with Stig Anderson), and a story by Calle Norlén, Roine Söderlundh and Björn Ulvaeus, with the English book by writer, comedian and broadcaster Sandi Toksvig.

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Alex Britt – Dumbledore Is So Gay

Alex Britt is playing the role of Jack in Dumbledore is So Gay at The Southwark Playhouse – Borough, running from August 16th until September 23rd.

Jack got sorted into Hufflepuff using the official online quiz, hates studying French, and is in love with his best friend Ollie. Dodging bullies, keeping secrets and trying to get the guy is too much for him to take. So, he changes his story one spellbinding moment at a time in pursuit of making the world a little more magical. Maybe this time he’ll get into Gryffindor.

Winner of the VAULT Festival Origins Award and an OffWestEnd.com short run commendation, the play is returning to the London stage after successful runs at VAULT Festival and Pleasance Islington: advance booking highly recommended.

Disclaimer: Dumbledore Is So Gay is not set in, nor does it feature any characters or plotlines from, the Wizarding World.

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Reg Edwards – Great Expectations

Reg is playing the role of Compeyson (Convict) in Great Expectations at The Royal Exchange Manchester from September 8th running until October 7th. Pooja Ghai directs Tanika Gupta’s adaptation of Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. Pipli moves from his home in Rajshahi to the bustling streets of Calcutta. With an open heart he navigates unforgiving darkness and unsettling friendships in his search for a better future. For Pipli, dharma – the right way of living, is never far away. 

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Alex Romashov – Fifteen Love

Alex will be playing the recurring role of Marc in Amazon Prime’s  Fifteen Love out on July 21st

Prime’s explosive new drama, set to reach our screens in 2023, explores the heightened emotions of love, trust and betrayal in the highly competitive world of elite tennis.

The series follows young tennis prodigy, Justine Pearce who, 5 years after a devastating injury in her teenage career, makes an outstanding allegation against her former coach, Glenn Lapthorn, portrayed by Poldark star, Aidan Turner. Justine’s shocking statement throws the reputation of the elite world of tennis into chaos as relationships and past successes are subsequently questioned and reconsidered. 

This high pace drama is sure to provide an emotional and dramatic ride as it explores the all too real themes of power, betrayal and notorious competitiveness which are seen to ultimately darken the seemingly exciting world of the sporting elite. 

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