Introducing a new generation of talent

  1. Introducing
    Lucy Morton

    Lucy is 15 and loves acting. She most recently played the central character, Mickey in Legend of Longwood (award winner, Giffoni Film Festival 2014). Her other acting credits include Flora in The Turn of the Screw at the Almeida Theatre, and Sophia in Dotty Rogers: My Life in Movies, a Radio 4 Play for Today.

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    Lucy Morton
  2. Introducing
    Billie North

    With over twenty years of experience in film, television and theatre, Billie North's credits range from the lead role in two series of 'The Cut' (BBC), to credits in 'Ready When You Are Mr. McGill' (Working Title Films) and performing in 'Oklahoma!' at the Lyceum Theatre. She has recently completed work on the TV pilot 'Ladders', which she also co-wrote.

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    Billie North
  3. Introducing
    Demi Papaminas

    Demi is a confident, grounded and friendly girl who is experienced on stage and screen. She has been described by a top industry professional as 'a natural, raw and unique talent' and is often praised for being an extremely natural performer with an amazing presence, positive attitude and high standards. Demi is a trained dancer and has modelled for numerous campaigns.

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    Demi Papaminas
  4. Introducing
    Phoebe Rain

    Phoebe Rain

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    Phoebe Rain
  5. Introducing
    Eva Sayer

    Eva is a versatile actress who loves to perform and takes direction well. Her looks and stature allow her to play below her actual age convincingly. She is passionate about Film and TV and thrives in being part of all aspects within a creative atmosphere and environment.

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    Eva Sayer
  6. Introducing
    Pooja Shah

    Pooja Shah is a British Asian actress who is extremely versatile and can play a variety of characters and a variety of ages. She has lots of experience in television, feature films and theatre. She has recently produced her first short film and has won an award for best actress at a film festival in 2010

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    Pooja Shah
  7. Introducing
    Lizzie Slater

    A member of the National Youth Theatre, Lizzie recently represented the company at the Barbican for 'Duke Bluebeard's Castle' and has recently performed in a variety of Fringe theatre at the Courtyard and Etcetera Theatres, some of it her own writing. She often performs spoken word and sings both as a classical and contemporary mezzo-soprano.

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    Lizzie Slater
  8. Introducing
    Sophie Spreadbury

    Sophie's recent stage work includes new writing at The Arcola and Live Theatre and workshop The Poel Event (National Theatre). Her screen work includes the award winning 'My First Date with Paul' and Mad Dogs (Sky 1).

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    Sophie Spreadbury
  9. Introducing
    Tanya Reynolds

    Tanya is a recent graduate from The Oxford School of Drama, and has just finished production as the supporting lead actress on her debut feature film Fanny Lye Deliver'd.

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    Tanya Reynolds
  10. Introducing
    Amanda Victoria Vilanova

    Amanda is a recent graduate from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.

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    Amanda Victoria Vilanova
  11. Introducing
    Rose Williams

    Rose is about to begin filming a lead role on Curfew, a new series for Sky Atlantic .

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    Rose Williams
  12. Introducing
    Gus Barry

    Gus has had an amazing start to his acting career securing roles in top TV, Film and Theatre productions. He played the role of Jem in the award winning production of 'To Kill a Mockingbird' at Regents Park & played alongside David Tennant in BBC's 'The Escape Artist'. He is an articulate lad with great focus and enthusiasm.

    Gus was nominated for a BAFTA for his work on CBBC's Hetty Feather.

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    Gus Barry

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