Introducing a new generation of talent

  1. 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
  2. Introducing
    Lewis Griffin

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

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    Lewis Griffin
  3. Introducing
    Stefan Gumbs

    Stefan Gumbs

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    Stefan Gumbs
  4. Introducing
    Lloyd Howells

    Lloyd has been acting professionally since the age of 8. He is a keen sportsman who enjoys gaming and anything to do with computers. Lloyd is a very friendly boy who gets on well with all ages, he is keen to learn and to develop his career.

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    Lloyd Howells
  5. Introducing
    Ashley Howells

    Ashley's first professional performance was at the age of 8. Since then, he has trained at The BRIT School of Performing Arts. Ashley is currently a member and ambassador for the National Youth Theatre. He has recently been offered a place at East 15 drama school. He is currently working with the National Theatre on an upcoming project.

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    Ashley Howells
  6. 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
  7. Introducing
    Eddie King

    Eddie is an exciting new talent that has recently graduated from the Oxford School of Drama.

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    Eddie King
  8. Introducing
    Bruce Langley

    Bruce is a bright performer with an extensive background in Physical, naturalistic and improvised performance. Graduating with a First class Masters in Physical Actor Training and Performance in 2014.
    Recent credits include- ‘Chase’ in Faith Drama’s production of ‘The Den’ , ‘Charlie’ in The Brockley Jack’s ‘Rock Paper Scissors’.

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    Bruce Langley
  9. Introducing
    John Lyne

    John Lyne

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    John Lyne
  10. Introducing
    Jamie Nichols

    Jamie can be seen on BBC 1 reprising the role of Lee Cannon in Holby City, this winter. Then in early 2017, as Marcus Leask in Eastenders.

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    Jamie Nichols
  11. Introducing
    Enyi Okoronkwo

    Enyi has recently graduated from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. He also has experience in writing and directing as well as stand up comedy.

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    Enyi Okoronkwo
  12. Introducing
    Anton Rice

    This young and enthusiastic actor started off his professional career at the age of 7, after being scouted at his local Stage School . His debut TV role was in BBC’s Respectable Trade and has been acting professionally since then. This year he graduated from 3 years training at The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts and is ready to pick up where he left off.

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    Anton Rice

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