Introducing a new generation of talent

  1. Introducing
    Katie Turner

    Katie Turner is a versatile young actress originally from Hull. She excels in comedy and is very passionate about TV and film. She is hard working and likes to find the grittiness and truth in every role.

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    Katie Turner
  2. Introducing
    Amanda Victoria Vilanova

    Amanda Vilanova is a graduate from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. She has worked on both stage and screen, her credits include playing Imogen in Cymbeline with Stay Awake Theatre Company in NYC, Fox at the Old Red Lion theatre and Alice in Closer for the Vienna English Theatre. Born and raised in Puerto Rico, she holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Comparative Literature and Acting from the University of Puerto Rico. She has trained at the Stella Adler Studio in New York City, as well as training in dance, physical theatre and Commedia dell’arte. Amanda is a versatile and dedicated performer with great stage presence.

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    Amanda Victoria Vilanova
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. Introducing
    Reece Buttery

    Reece has recently finished filming the role of Mo in the CBBC series The Dumping Ground and will be a returning series regular. He is a real character and a great young comic actor with loads of energy. When you've meet Reece you will definitely not forget him!

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    Reece Buttery
  6. Introducing
    Tyson Douglas

    Born in London, Tyson Douglas has built a career both on screen and on the stage appearing at the National Theatre as well as TV favourites Doctors and Holby City.

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    Tyson Douglas
  7. Introducing
    Henry Felix

    Henry will graduate from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama this July.

    He recently finished filming a role for ITV and will appear in 'The Devils' at The Embassy Theatre July 26th-29th.

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    Henry Felix
  8. Introducing
    Lewis Griffin

    Lewis is an active NYT member and has also been involved in NYT Repertory Company.

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    Lewis Griffin
  9. Introducing
    Frank Kauer

    Frank was discovered by casting agents for Horrid Henry the Movie when he was 10 yrs old. He has since enjoyed acting on TV, commercials and theatre. Frank keeps a level head and is not afraid of hard work. He is sporty and intelligent with a good sense of humour. Frank is currently a member of the National Youth Theatre and will take part in his first theatre production at the Edinburgh Fringe this year.

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    Frank Kauer
  10. Introducing
    Bruce Langley

    Currently Playing ‘The Technical Boy’ on Neil Gaiman’s critically acclaimed ‘American Gods’ on Starz/Amazon Prime Video. Taking up the mantle of the God of Technology in a ever escalating war between the Old Gods and the new.


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    Bruce Langley
  11. Introducing
    John Lyne

    John Lyne

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    John Lyne
  12. Introducing
    Henry McGrath

    Henry recently appeared in the title role of Egon Schiele in BBC2's critically acclaimed Dangerous Desires. He trained at RADA, and was a leading actor in the internationally celebrated Polish repertory company, Song of the Goat theatre. He has been described as 'an exceptionally promising actor with a unique combination of physical dexterity, vocal power and potent presence'.

    "He has enormous potential as a screen actor with a quality not dissimilar to Mark Rylance: a quiet intensity that is completely persuasive." Teresa Griffiths, award-winning BBC director


    ★★★★★ FINANCIAL TIMES
    "Henry McGrath plays Schiele with tortured intensity, stripping down and twisting his torso in replication of the artist’s outlandish poses."

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    Henry McGrath

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