Introducing a new generation of talent

  1. Introducing
    Georgie Jones

    After graduating from Queen Mary, University of London, Georgie trained with the National Youth Theatre. She is a versatile performer with a flair for accents.

    Georgie is one quarter of sketch comedy troupe Just These, Please and regularly performs spoken word as a member of the Roundhouse Poetry Collective

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    Georgie Jones
  2. Introducing
    Charlotte Jordan

    Charlotte Jordan

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    Charlotte Jordan
  3. Introducing
    Lucy Joyce

    The "Petit Filous" commercials girl, is grown up, still enjoying acting and performing in Film and commercials. She is also a successful editorial model and is currently the new face of Reebok 2013.

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    Lucy Joyce
  4. Introducing
    Maya Kulukundis

    Growing up between India and England, Maya has always been intrigued by people and culture, leading her seamlessly into the sphere of the dramatic arts. She has been acting and singing from a young age and enjoys dance as well as creative writing and journalism. She is thrilled at the prospect of working as an actress and is incredibly determined, hardworking and ambitious.

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    Maya Kulukundis
  5. Introducing
    Mona Khalili

    Mona is a London born actress. She has recently finished playing the role of Aya in Aya by Madhia Hussain. A prominent member of the National Youth Theatre, Mona was one of the leads in Our Days of Rage, and played the title role of Chloe in Chloe Can by Karla Crome.

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    Mona Khalili
  6. Introducing
    Eloise Littell

    Eloise is thoughtful and mature with a sense of fun. She is an instinctive and natural film actress and is equally comfortable on the stage. She is a great dancer, elite gymnast and loves music.

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    Eloise Littell
  7. Introducing
    Pamela Lyne

    Pamela Lyne is a very experienced actress having worked extensively in TV, Film & Stage.

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    Pamela Lyne
  8. 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
  9. 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
  10. Introducing
    Nikita Potter

    Nikita is a raw and vibrant and quirky redheaded actress with an authentic Northern dialect (Manchester). She has a flair for comedy however she can equally turn her talents to gritty emotional performances. Nikita brings a unique and refreshing delivery to every script that comes her way.

    Nikita is also a very accomplished athlete, elite swimmer and plays water polo to a high standard .

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    Nikita Potter
  11. Introducing
    Kate Reed

    Kate is a dedicated actor who strives to prove that there is more than what meets the eye. She uses her experience as a RADA Youth Company member to provide complex and versatile performances. She also shows determination and commitment throughout every project to ensure that her performance is always her best.

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    Kate Reed
  12. Introducing
    Elizabeth Roberts

    Lizzie is a versatile young talent . She is an energetic,engaging and an exciting newcomer.

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    Elizabeth Roberts

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