Credits include The Night Manager (BBC), Banished (BBC), 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.
Trained at Drama Centre, London, and most well known for his regular role as Porthos in 'The Muskateers' (BBC).
Sean is currently appearing as Robin Hood in 'Once Upon a Time' for ABC. Previous credits include Grange Hill (BBC), Monty Python's The Meaning of Life (Universal pictures), EastEnders (BBC) and Scott and Bailey (Red Productions/ITV).
Lisa has most recently appeared in EastEnders (BBC), but is most well know for her roles in Holby City (BBC) and Dangerfield.
Since winning BBC's Celebrity Masterchef in 2010, Lisa has had three cookery books published.
Henry Lloyd Hughes
Henry has a number of television credits including 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 also 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 runs a successful YouTube channel and recently had her own book of cartoons published, called Lovesick.
Credits include Great Expectations (Number 9 films), Frankie (BBC) and Trying Again (Avalon). She also appeared with Helen Mirren in 'The Audience' at the Apollo Theatre. She has recently filmed a new regular role for the new series of Victoria for ITV.
Laurence is a busy actor working in TV, Film and Theatre. He most recently appeared in the 2016 films Tarzan and A Royal Night Out. He has also appeared on stage at the National Theatre, the Royal Court and the Hampstead Theatre.
David is currently appearing in ITV's 'Fearless' (Mammoth Screen) alongside Helen McRory. Other TV credits include 'The Windsors' (Noho Productions/C4), 'Love: Nina' (See-saw films) and 'Drifters' (Bwark/E4). He has also appeared on stage at the Royal Court, the Hampstead Theatre and the Old Vic.
Phoebe has appeared as the lead role in 'The Woman in Black: Angel of Death' movie (Alliance films). For TV , she has appeared in 'NW' (Mammoth Screen), The Hollow Crown (Neal Street Productions) and Black Mirror (Channel 4).
Phoebe's theatre credits include 'Twelfth Night' at the National Theatre, 'A View from a Bridge' opposite Mark Strong and Michael Attenborough's production of 'King Lear' at the Almeida.
Alice Bailey Johnson
Alice has most recently played Elizabeth Malet in 'The Libertine' at Theatre Royal, Haymarket opposite Dominic Cooper. She has also appeared in Mike Leigh film 'Mr Turner' and also guest starred in 'Grantchester'.
Sarah most recently 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 also appeared in New Tricks (Wall to Wall/BBC) and short films 'The Works' (BBC) and 'Roses in Winter' (Rose Theatrical Ltd).
Oliver trained at RADA after his time at ATS. He has since appeared on stage at The Globe in 'Timon of Athens' and 'A Midsummer Nights Dream' and was also part of theatre company, Cheek by Jowl's world tour of 'Othello' and most recently 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time'. He also appeared in 'Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps', 'Holby City', and alongside Mark Strong and Dominic West in Disney film 'John Carter'.
Gabriel appeared in the 2016 Swan season at the Royal Shakespeare company, playing various roles in Dr Faustus, The Alchemist and Don Quixote, and was then part of the shows' West End transfers. He has also been on stage at the National Theatre and the Barbican.
Sian most recently played Claire in 'Fleabag' for the BBC (Two Brothers pictures). She has an extensive amount of experience in theatre, having performed at the Hampstead Theatre, Soho Theatre, Bristol Old Vic and the Arcola Theatre. She also was involved in two of Katie Mitchell's productions at the National Theatre, playing Beauty in 'Beauty and the Beast' and Lucy in 'Pains of Youth'.