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Credits include American Horror Story, The Good Liar (New Line Cinema) Years and Years (BBC), The Sister (ITV), Flesh and Blood (Silverprint Pictures/ITV) The Night Manager (BBC/AMC), The Job Lot (ITV), Him & Her (BBC3), Being Human (BBC3), The History Boys (FOX searchlight pictures).
Russell also has a number of theatre credits including with the National Theatre and the Royal Court.
Sian Clifford won a BAFTA for her portrayal as Claire in Fleabag for the BBC. She also appeared in ITV drama Quiz. Other TV credits include Life After Life, Inside No.9, and His Dark Materials. She also appeared in the film, See How They Run.
She has an extensive amount of experience in theatre, having performed at the National Theatre, Hampstead Theatre, Soho Theatre, Bristol Old Vic and the Arcola Theatre.
Most well known for his regular role as Porthos in The Musketeers (BBC).
Other TV credits include Whitstable Pearl, Top Boy, Alex Rider, and The Widow.
Howard has a list of theatre credits including with the RSC and the Young Vic.
Sean has most recently appeared as Robin Hood in Once Upon a Time for ABC. Previous credits include recurring roles in Grange Hill (BBC), EastEnders (BBC), Dangerfield (BBC) and Scott and Bailey (Red Production Co/ITV).
Lisa has a number of TV credits including EastEnders, the reboot of Waterloo Road, ITV's A Confession and EastEnders (BBC). She has also appeared in Dangerfield (BBC) and Spooks (BBC/Kudos).
Since winning BBC's Celebrity Masterchef in 2010, Lisa has published three cookery books and regularly appears on various cookery shows, including John and Lisa's Weekend Kitchen alongside John Torode.
Henry Lloyd Hughes
Henry's TV credits include Sherlock Holmes in The Irregulars on Netflix. He has a number of television credits including Killing Eve (BBC America), Les Miserables (BBC), Indian Summers (New Pictures) and The Inbetweeners (Bwark Productions).
He also appeared in the film Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Warner Bros). Henry has a great deal of theatre credits appearing on stage at National theatre, Hampstead Theatre, Royal Court and many more.
Jessie is most well known for playing 'Lavender Brown' in the Harry Potter movies (Warner Bros.). She also appeared in Trollied (Sky Comedy), Black Mirror (Channel 4/Netflix/Zeppotron) and the film, Pride (Calamity Films).
She also has a successful podcast with her sister, Bebe, and has performed many sell-out one-woman stand-up shows.
Credits include Victoria (ITV), Great Expectations (Number 9 films) and On Chesil Beach (Number 9/BBC Films). She also appeared alongside Helen Mirren in 'The Audience' at the Apollo Theatre.
She hosts a successful podcast alongside her sister, Jessie, called We Can't Talk About That Right Now.
Laurence most is currently appearing in a double bill at the Prince Charles Cinema, The Wife and her House Husband. Other recent credits include Ready Player One, Endeavour, Chernobyl (HBO) and starring alongside Judi Dench in Red Joan (Embankment Films).
He has also appeared on stage at the National Theatre, the Royal Court and the Hampstead Theatre.
David has recently appeared in the Barbie movie playing Finance Ken. Other screen credits include ITV's No Return, Bridgerton (series 3), Dead Pixels (E4), ITV's Fearless, The Windsors (Noho Productions/C4), Johnny English Strikes Again (Working Title/Lone Star Films), and Mission Impossible - Fallout.
He has also appeared on stage at the Royal Court, the Hampstead Theatre and the Old Vic.
Phoebe has most recently appeared as series regular on all three series of The Great on Channel 4. She also starred in the second Woman in Black film (Alliance Films) and has made guest appearances in Black Mirror (Channel 4), New Tricks (BBC) and The Musketeers (BBC).
She has performed in several shows with The National Theatre and on Broadway in a production of Arthur Miller’s A View From the Bridge opposite Mark Strong. She also appeared in Michael Attenborough's production of King Lear at the Almeida.
Alice Bailey Johnson
Alice has most recently appeared in Tina: The Musical on the West End. She has also recently filmed a role in the upcoming Sexy Beast prequel.
Previous credits include The Libertine at Theatre Royal, Haymarket opposite Dominic Cooper. She has also appeared in Mike Leigh film Mr Turner and guest starred in Grantchester, This is Going to Hurt and Black Mirror.
Sarah appeared in The White Devil at Shakespeare's Globe as Hortensia. This was her third time performing at the Globe, where previous shows have included Women in Shakespeare and The Globe Mysteries.
She has also appeared in New Tricks (Wall to Wall/BBC), The Rook (Starz/Lionsgate) and short films The Works (BBC) and Roses in Winter (Rose Theatrical Ltd).
Gabriel appeared in the 2016 Swan season at the Royal Shakespeare company, playing various roles in Dr Faustus, The Alchemist and Don Quixote. He was then part of the shows' West End transfers. He has also been on stage at the National Theatre and the Barbican.
Dean has featured in many TV and film roles. One of his most recent film roles includes the lead role in Manfish, available on Amazon Prime and Sky. He has also recently been filming on Boiling Point, a new series for the BBC starring Stephen Graham.
Some of Dean's other credits include BBC's You & Me, Top Boy and EastEnders.
Gracie has recently appeared in the National Theatre's production of The Crucible, playing Susannah Walcott. She also understudied and played the lead, Abigail Williams.
Following her run at the National Theatre, she played the title role in Theatre Royal Stratford East's, Cinderella.
Emma was recently seen in series 2 of Miss Scarlett and the Duke. Other TV/film credits include Outlander, The Lodge (series 1&2), and Holby City.
Emma also voices various characters for Doctor Who radio dramas.
Emma is currently on tour with an adaptation of Malorie Blackman's Noughts & Crosses. She has also performed in the international tour of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time and the UK tour of Abigail's Party.
TV credits include Emmerdale, Doctors, Silent Witness, and Downton Abbey.
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