Introducing a new generation of talent

  1. Introducing
    Freddie Preston

    Freddie has wealth of experience including Film, TV and West End Stage. He started his professional career aged nine and has been lucky enough to work with some high profile actors and directors and has loved learning from them. He is a bright and enthusiastic actor who loves performing comedy and drama. He learns quickly and takes direction well and has a good ear for accents. He has worked with his younger brother on several projects. He lived in Asia for several years and speaks mandarin, loves travelling and his favourite food is sushi. He loves playing football.

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    Freddie Preston
  2. Introducing
    Theo Preston

    Theo started his acting career age 6 working alongside his big brother in The WW2 drama Zookeepers wife, starring Jessica Chastain. He loves being on set and is fascinated by storytelling. He is a sensitive and thoughtful actor and takes direction well. He learns quickly and has a very good ear for accents. He loves football and plays it regularly.

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    Theo Preston
  3. Introducing
    Finn Richards

    Finn is an accomplished, engaging, creative young actor with a flair for comic timing who has acted in numerous theatre productions from the age of 9. He started his professional acting career playing the role of Jeremy Potts in the UK tour of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. He recently trained with the Royal Shakespeare Company making his West End debut playing the part of Bruce in Matilda the Musical.
    Finn is passionate about singing and has one-to-one vocal tuition. Finn is also in a band where he writes and performs his own songs.

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    Finn Richards
  4. Introducing
    Jack Riley

    Jack is a level-headed, sociable and determined boy who has recently worked in Film, TV and the West End. He is a passionate and intuitive actor with a natural ear for accents. Jack enjoys any type of physical activity, particularly rugby and rounders and picks up choreography very quickly. He has a good sense of humour and enjoys gaming and watching cartoons with his friends.

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    Jack Riley
  5. Introducing
    Max Robson

    Max’s acting debut was in 2014, when he landed his first professional role in Les Miserables in the West End, starring as Gavroche. He then went on to star alongside Imelda Stanton in Gypsy. As well as West End shows, Max has also worked on several voice overs and films. His latest exciting role is in the new Netflix series ‘Turn Up Charlie’ playing the part of Dylan, with Idris Elba. He is able to adapt his acting style and really enjoys both serious and comedy. He’s a cheeky chap with a great sense of humour!

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    Max Robson
  6. Introducing
    Matthew Stagg

    Matthew is a cheeky boy with tons of energy, he loves nothing more than riding his bike (without stabilisers) and playing football. Moonie as he is nicknamed, is a very skilled thrower and catcher of just about anything and has a degree in Superhero activities.

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    Matthew Stagg
  7. Introducing
    William Stagg

    William loves being around the camera, allowing him to show his cheeky side. As a middle child William is patient and takes direction well. He loves football, street dancing, swimming and motocross.

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    William Stagg

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