They attended the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts in London, England or they were associated with the school.
Diana Dors was born Diana Mary Fluck on October 23, 1931 in Swindon, Wiltshire, England. She and her mother both nearly died from the traumatic birth. Because of the trauma, her mother lavished on Diana anything and everything she wanted--clothes, toys and dance lessons were the order of the day. Diana's love of films began when her mother took her to the local movies theaters...
Stephen Moyer's passion for acting began in local theatre in Brentwood & Chelmsford, Essex where he also made a name for himself with his own theatre company "The Reject Society". He then trained at LAMDA and began his professional acting career on stage, including 2 years with the RSC ("Romeo & Juliet"...
English actor Sam Claflin was born in Ipswich, England, to Susan A. (Clarke), a classroom assistant, and Mark J. Claflin, a finance officer. As a child, he was football-mad, often going to see his favorite team, Norwich City. He was a talented footballer, playing for Norwich schools at city level and Norfolk county level...
Richard Crispin Armitage was born and raised in Leicester, England, to Margaret (Hendey), a secretary, and John Armitage, an engineer. He attended Pattison College in Binley Road, Coventry, and studied at LAMDA (the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art). His first appearance on the screen was in a small role in This Year's Love
Mem Ferda is an established British Screen Actor and International Award Winning Film Producer with over 20 years industry experience. Born October 1963, in South West London, this talented son of a Turkish Agricultural Minister became fascinated with the art of acting from a very young age. Having landed many TV roles and commercial work through a local agent whilst still in education...
One of England's most versatile character actors, Jim Broadbent was born on May 24, 1949, in Lincolnshire, the youngest son of furniture maker Roy Laverick Broadbent and sculptress Doreen "Dee" (Findlay) Broadbent. Jim attended a Quaker boarding school in Reading before successfully applying for a place at an art school...
James D'Arcy was born Simon Richard D'Arcy in London, England, to Caroline (O'Connor) and Richard D'Arcy. He was raised by his mother, a nurse. He trained at LAMDA and graduated in July 1995. During his three-year course, he gained acting experience by appearing in the plays "Heracles", "As You Like It"...
David Oyelowo (pronounced - "oh-yellow-oh"), is a classically trained stage actor who has quickly become one of Hollywood's most sought-after talents. He graduated from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA), and received the "Scholarship for Excellence" from Nicholas Hytner in 1998. David starred as Martin Luther King Jr...
Born in Sudan, Siddig was raised in Britain and attended the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts (LAMDA) where he studied acting and theater. Immediately after leaving LAMDA, Sid did a season of theater in Manchester, in addition to performing in various shows in pubs and small theaters. Later, Siddig worked as a director in a small theater in London...
Naturally brunette/blue-eyed beauty Amy Davis Irving was born in Palo Alto, California. She is the youngest of three children, and the daughter of influential theatrical/television director and producer Jules Irving
, and actress Priscilla Pointer
. Her father was of Russian Jewish descent, and her mother's ancestry includes English, Scots-Irish, Welsh, Jewish, and German...
Ian McNeice went to Taunton School in Somerset and then had two years at the Salisbury Playhouse as an Acting A.S.M. before going to L.A.M.D.A. 1971-74. The next few years were spent in theatre, including four years with the Royal Shakespeare Company, ending with "Nicholas Nickleby" on Broadway. His TV breakthrough was as Harcourt in the B.A.F.T.A award-wining series Edge of Darkness
Nathaniel Parker was born in England in 1962. The son of Sir Peter Parker and Dr. Jill Parker, he decided at the age of nine that acting would be his career of choice. His first public performances were with the National Youth Theatre, a breeding ground for many British actors. After attending The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts (LAMDA)...
Born and raised in Massachusetts, Ryan received his BFA in Acting from Boston University's College of Fine Arts. He also studied in England at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts (LAMDA) Ryan's first job landed him in Albuquerque New Mexico starring in ABC Family's first original series, Wildfire...
Alec Newman was born in Glasgow on the 27th of November 1974. Raised both in Scotland and England he joined the National Youth theater at 17 after injury ruled out a career in soccer. There he played various roles most notably Iago in Shakespeare's Othello, opposite Chiwetel Ejiofor. Upon finishing his training both at the NYT and then at LAMDA...
Anna Maxwell Martin
The rather striking Anna Maxwell-Martin is a rising star on both stage and screen. Anna had dreamed all her life of becoming actress even though her family had no background in the arts whatsoever. She starred in school plays and an acclaimed production of "Breezeblock Park" in the role of Betty. At the age of 20 she auditioned for the prestigious Royal Academy Of Dramatic Art...
Ben Daniels is a multi-award winning performer who is equally at home whether working in Film, Television or Theatre. He was born in the Midlands and became interested in acting through drama lessons while at comprehensive school. He began his career after leaving London's prestigious LAMDA drama school...
Benito Martinez is most widely recognized as David Aceveda, the character he portrays on the long running hit drama The Shield
, winner of the Golden Globe for best drama. For his work as "David," Benito has received national and international attention, nominated for many acting accolades and has been recognized by the National Council of La Raza...
Clive Standen is a British actor, he was born in a British Army base in Holywood, County Down, Northern Ireland, and grew up in the East Midlands in England. He went to school at King Edward VII School (Melton Mowbray) followed by a performing arts course at Melton Mowbray College. In his late teens Standen was a international Muay Thai Boxer and later Fencing gold medalist...
Standing at an average 5ft 5in, with a cheeky glint in her deep brown eyes we have Kara Tointon - a girl who is anything but average. She was brought into the world on August 5th 1983 in a large Essex town called Southend-On-Sea.. Ambitious and confident from an early age, Kara often made up her own words for things and was always amusing those around her with her random and creative moods...
After completing a BA in business studies at the University of Strathclyde, in his home city of Glasgow, he went on to train at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art and has worked extensively in theatre film and television in both the UK and the USA Having first come to prominence in Channel 4's cult hit "The Book Group" ,he has since had recurring roles in many well known...
Rudy Dobrev started his career in the 1992 Gli anni d'oro
(Golden Years)(1992) mini-series in Italy for RAI Television, after beating out hundreds of candidates for the role of "Andrea". He then moved on to other European projects in Television and Theater before moving to the States. Educated throughout Europe and graduating from High School in the States...
Mary Alexandra Stiefvater
Mary Alexandra Stiefvater was born in Chico, California and grew up in Stockton, where she was first introduced to theater and dance at a young age. Educated at The University of California at Los Angeles, where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Theater, she also studied French cinema and philosophy abroad at the Sorbonne Nouvelle (Paris III) and Le Centre Parisien d'Études Critiques...
Colin Baker was born in 1943 in the Royal Waterloo Lying-In Hospital in London during an air raid. He spent his earliest years in London with his mother, while his father served in the armed forces. He narrowly avoided an early death during the wartime blitz when a piece of flying shrapnel just missed him...
Born January 1963 in Richmond Surrey, Birth name Ian Andrews Luing Mason. British actor Luing Andrews began his career as a stunt man and directly after training was offered his first feature 'Called Home', daring Luing not only acted in this exciting film but also performed his own stunts including a cliff fall and car crash...
Tom trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA). He was born and raised in Yokohama, Japan attending international school for 15 years before moving to England obtaining a degree from Bristol University and subsequently training in London to be an actor. Of Danish/German descent and with a fluency in both languages, Tom's mother tongue is English.
Angélica Aragón was born on 11th July, in the "Central Médica" clinic, in Mexico City. Raised in a family of intellectuals and educated at some of the most celebrated schools in Mexico, like "The Modern American College", "The Sierra Nevada School", "The French - Mexican High School", Angélica chose to seek an academic degree at "The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts" (LAMDA)...
Trained at LAMDA graduating in 2003. He has an extensive background in theatre in London's West End as well as the Edinburgh Festival where his portrayal of infamous murderer Richard Loeb in 'Never the Sinner' was described by The Scotsman as "a tour de force: flamboyant, posturing, ironic, and with the magnetism the part requires"...
Charles Dale was born in Tenby, Pembrokeshire in 1963. His father ran a record shop in Tenby and both his parents were keen amateur actors. After leaving school in 1979, he became an assistant stage manager (through a Youth Opportunity Scheme) at the Torch Theatre in Milford Haven, where he stayed for a year. After occasional acting roles, he moved to London and trained at LAMDA...
Elaine was born in London, England. She attended the Sylvia Young Theatre School and performed in West End stage productions, including South Pacific and The King & I, Royal Variety Shows, film, television, radio and commercials. After leaving to attend a regular academic school, she continued taking her LAMDA (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art) Exams...
Camille Mana made her New York theatre debut in the title role of "Asuncion" written by and starring opposite Jesse Eisenberg at The Cherry Lane Theatre. The Orange County native made her film debut in the Miramax film "Smart People" working opposite Dennis Quaid. She returned to university again in MGM comedy "College"alongside Drake Bell and Haley Bennett...
Born in Dublin, Ireland Tessa Auberjonois grew up in Hollywood where she spent many a Friday night at the taping of "Benson", in which her father Rene played Clayton, but most days and nights found her doing her own ballet from a young age. In addition to her on-screen work, she's a critically acclaimed and versatile stage actress...
Not many 12 year old are described as "definitely a star in the making" by the London Times but Sydney White is no ordinary girl. She's already starred in hit shows such as Les Miserables, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and The Woman In White, appeared in front of audiences of up to 44,000 and performed alongside legends including Tina Turner...
Joanna was born in Winchester, Hampshire, England. Joanna had her first London acting agent at fourteen, Movie Mites, and whilst with them auditioned for a role in Stanley Kubrick's 'Eyes Wide Shut'. By the age of sixteen Joanna had played a variety of minor TV roles, including being the invited guest...
Katie Cockrell is an American actress, dancer, and performer. She grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah and started dancing at the age of 5. She's of mixed ethnic background, her mother is Chinese and her father is English and Irish. Katie has an identical twin sister, Kellie, who is also an actress. Katie's...
Krystal Tiffany Vayda has many years of experience in the Hollywood industry. Her experience began as a child model/actress which eventually led her to pursue studying theatre in Univeristy. In the United States, Krystal attended California State University, Fullerton to study communications. In Europe...
Annabel Leventon was born in Hertfordshire. While reading English at Oxford she made several appearances at the Playhouse and toured France as Desdemona in the Oxford University Drama Society's production of 'Othello'. She then joined the Fourbeats pop group, played at the Edinburgh Festival and continued in various other OUDS productions...
Steven Hartley is one of the Best known faces and voices on UK TV,film and Radio. Born in Yorkshire Steven has become internationally known for his film, TV and Theatre work. Steven trained at LAMDA in 1981-1984 and has worked constantly ever since, becoming a regular in leading roles on British television and working in Film and Theatre in many diverse and acclaimed roles in the UK and US...
Edward Akrout was born in Paris in September 1982 to a Franco-British Mother and a Tunisian Father. He grew up in France and then lived in different countries, including Romania and throughout Latin America . After training in theatre at Le Cours Florent and studying philosophy at The Sorbonne in Paris he moved to London in his early twenties where he studied acting at LAMDA...
Julie was born in Accrington, Lancashire in February 1970. A woman with a strong social conscience, she originally wanted to be a social worker. She was an amateur actress with the Oswaldtwistle Players and studied A-level Theatre Studies at Accrington and Rossendale College. Fate took a turn when she took an audition for drama school to be with her friends...
Ryan was a member of The National Youth Theatre of Great Britain, before training for 3 years at LAMDA. He has had a varied TV, film and theatre career. He played Matthew Thyme, the policeman son of Laura Thyme (Pam Ferris) in Rosemary and Thyme for ITV as well as on-off appearances in Eastenders (BBC) playing Sergeant Kenny Morris...
Karen Kondazian's career as an actor started at the age of eight when she was chosen to be one of the infamous children on Art Linkletter's "Kids Say the Darndest Things." The opportunity to miss school during tapings was all it took for Karen to abandon her life's goal of becoming a spy and focus on acting...
Gerald Kyd is a half-Greek, half-Scottish actor who is most well known for playing Dr Sean Maddox in Casualty. Gerald trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts, and graduated with a BA in Acting. Since graduating from LAMDA, Gerald has starred in numerous theatre, television, and film productions...
Daphne Alexander was born in Cyprus and trained at Oxford University and LAMDA. She came to prominence quickly, playing nurse Nadia Talianos on the BBC's long running medical drama 'Casualty'. After this she has worked internationally, including roles in Roman Polanski's 'The Ghost Writer', Osunsanmi's 'The Fourth Kind'...
Alexis Kanner was born in Bagneres de Luchon, France. His family, displaced Jewish refugees, emigrated to Montreal, Canada in 1944. After attending McGill University and performing for a season with the Stratford Festival of Canada, Kanner returned to Europe to pursue his acting career. In 1959, Kanner was invited to join the Birmingham Repertory Theatre...
Niall Wright was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland and studied a Commerce degree at University College Dublin. He has attended the Gwyneth Murdock School of Drama from the age of four in Belfast. He completed LAMDA Examinations achieving a grade eight/Gold Medal in 2010. Niall has been performing successfully...
Rohan Gotobed was born in Poole, Dorset in 1998. He is an actor and writer, best known for roles in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 (2011), Casualty (1986), Doctors (2000) and Hoff the Record (2015). Though his sister Hattie has also achieved success in the industry, Rohan is steadily gaining...
Francesca Poston was born in New York City, New York. Her parents are actor Tom Poston
and actress/dancer Jean Sullivan
. At age 3, she moved with her mother to Majorca, Spain, returning a year later. At age 5, she again moved with her mother, this time to Rome, Italy and was enrolled in an Italian school for the year...
Liz is a former Miss Great Britain, TV host, actress, and entrepreneur. Being Welsh to Liz, means poetry in your veins, and passion in your soul. She hails from Swansea, South Wales and started out at a very young age with her first love; theatre starring in The Hobbit, Joseph & his Amazing Technicolour Dream Coat, Cinderella, Alladin and alongside Catherine Zeta Jones in Night of 100 Stars...
Cyd originally planned to become a journalist but turned to acting through LAMDA, taking various jobs to pay her fees. She worked in rep at Liverpool, Ipswich, Folkestone and the Mermaid in London before getting her big break on television in the series "Manhunt", in which she played the leading role of Nina...
Ben Macleod was born in Scotland, and as soon as he was out, he moved to London for two years before returning to his homeland. He started school at four and this was when he realised he wanted to be an actor. He started taking LAMDA exams, developed his acting skills and moved to Dublin (Ireland) when he was 8...
Daniel Jude Gennis
Daniel is something of a late comer to acting, having had careers in Market Research, the British Civil Service, Banking/Finance, Charities and the Non-profit sector. Having completed his University Studies in 2000, Daniel decided to pursue a long held ambition - Acting. After some one-to-one sessions in Communication...
Matthew was born and raised in Toronto, Canada. After graduating from Upper Canada College, he moved to London where he trained at LAMDA and then at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Arts. He then worked extensively in theatre in the UK, including playing leading parts in the West End productions of 'The Miracle Worker' and 'The Boys in the Band'...
British Actor/Model Karl Hughes was Born on the 25th Of February 1995 in Liverpool, England. As a child Karl used to watch films and mimic the actors on screen as well as dressing up in costumes mirroring his on screen idols. His family took notice especially his Grandfather Robert Cooper Sr who was...
Natalia has been acting since the age of six, and made her acting debut at age 9 in 1995 in New Voices. During her early years, she worked hard on Guildhall and LAMDA examinations. By the age of 13 becoming the youngest to achieve a LAMDA Gold Medal for acting. She also studied Verse, Prose, Mime and Shakespeare...
Exposed to the world of performing arts from an early age, Cinsyla Key started auditioning for local singing/dance competitions and theatre companies at the age of seven, with success, and appeared in a series of educational theatre tours dedicated to Moliere's work. After succeeding an Arts degree at the Universite Libre de Bruxelles...
Trudi Jackson was born in the mining town of Pontypool, South Wales to teenage parents Julie and Carl Jackson who later had one more daughter Layla. They divorced when Trudi was 4 years old. Her father remarried to Caroline providing Trudi with another sister Carla and one brother Craig. She attended...
A native of Cork City, Ireland, Mark Mahon started out at a young age as a singer/songwriter and wrote over forty songs, several of which were recorded. At the age of eighteen, he trained to be an actor. During this time, he successfully completed his L.A.M.D.A (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art) acting examinations with distinction...
As a child, May Charters would fall asleep to a sound that would not only shape her dreams, but her life. The sound was the click and reel of her father working till wee hours of the morning on a Steinbeck editing machine that shared her childhood bedroom. Born in Toronto, yet raised on movie sets all over the world by her film making parents (Rodney Charters ASC...
Jennifer was born February 10th in Rochester, New York. At a young age, Jen showed signs of excelled talent as she was the runner up in a PBS elementary school drama that never aired (the part eventually went to a boy). She continued to hone her professional skills being cast in numerous productions within her school and community...
After training at LAMDA, Irene traveled widely with the Bristol Old Vic Company, including Europe, America and the Middle East. She worked in rep at Liverpool, Leatherhead, Worthing and Wolverhampton and did seasons at Stratford-on-Avon and Chichester and toured with a Shakespearean Company. She worked with Laurence Olivier
's company and appeared in Olivier's film version of "Richard the Third"...
As a student of theatrical training, Sam O'Mahony attended the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA). After graduation, Sam moved quickly into work for the Royal Shakespeare Company. During the Company's Complete Works Festival, Sam appeared in three different productions. Sam O'Mahony has continued to make use of his classical theatre training...
Ami Veevers-Chorlton began her life on a farm in Halesworth, Suffolk, UK. From her humble beginnings as a real-life farmer's daughter, Ami aspired to enter a life in front of the camera as a model and actress. Ami studied at St. Felix School in Southwold, Suffolk and her credibility was honored to the Trinity College of Speech and Drama and LAMDA...
Eglantina Zingg born in Caracas, Venezuela. Eglantina is an actor and television host. She has a university degree in communications and business administration from a well known South Florida, University. She participated in the academic program of theater and performance at Yale University and graduated from London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (Lamda)...
Alex was born in Sheffield. He went to Marlborough College, Cambridge University, where he read English, and trained at LAMDA. On television, he has appeared in many popular TV shows including New Tricks, Midsomer Murders, Silent Witness and Inspector Lynley. He has also appeared in a number of major one-off television dramas...
Born in London (England). He trained at London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA). He has worked since in British Theatre, including London's National Theatre, and London's West End playing Algernon Moncreiff in Peter Gill's production of "The Importance of Being Earnest" at the Vaudeville Theatre...
Andrew combines a lifelong passion for film with extensive classical training, recording and performance experience. He orchestrates and conducts all of his scores, fusing them with electronic textures at his home studio. He recently accepted invitations to membership of the World Soundtrack Academy, BASCA, and BAFTA...
Lucy trained on the LAMDA postgraduate acting course, 2009-2011. As part of her training she performed at the Tricycle Theatre, the Globe and the Royal Court, as well at LAMDA's in house theatre. Prior to attending LAMDA, Lucy gained a double star first in French and Spanish from the University of Exeter. Lucy lives in London.
Kai Maurer studied acting at Lamda. He has appeared in such films as The Score, U-571 and Beyond the Sea. His work in television includes appearances in Red Dwarf and a leading role in the BBC soap opera Eldorado but unfortunately always being type cast as "Zee German". His stage work includes a West...
Tara Dean began her career as an actor and trained at the famous Sylvia Young Theatre School, London. On leaving Sylvia's she studied Speech and drama with LAMDA, film at the University of London and law at the College of Law, London and Columbia Law School, New York. She is co-director of the film production company Vroom Vroom.
A native of Washington D.C., Laurine Price was born in Florida and moved around while growing up as a military brat. She sang and played the piano since childhood, and was introduced to musical theater during high school. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business, emphasizing Management Information Systems...
Whit Spurgeon was born in Wichita, Kansas, and grew up in Muncie, Indiana. He received his degree in Acting from Syracuse University in 1987, including a semester in London where he worked with LAMDA. Whit spent 20 years in Chicago working in commercials and appearing in many Jeff Award-winning plays with theaters as varied as Prop Thtr...
Born in Stoke on Trent to mother Esther (dancer/ doctor) and father Alan (printer), Jades family moved to America shortly after she was born following the work of her father and was brought up in Pennsylvania, and then later the family moved to Limoges in France until the family returned to the UK to lay roots in Stratford-on-Avon...
Geerteke van Lierop
Geerteke started her acting career when she was 7 years old at a theatre school in The Hague. In 2005 she graduated from the University of Amsterdam where she studied Dutch Language and Culture, specialising in South African literature. She left for India to teach drama to children for six months. After receiving her degree she decided to focus more on acting...
Carole Ann Wilson
Carole Ann was born in 1946 in North West London with the theatre in her blood - her grandfather was a well-known Music Hall entertainer, John Wilson. From an early age, she knew she wanted to be an actress. At the age of three, she started singing and dancing classes and began performing on stage before she was four years old...
Rob's credits include "Mark" 20th Century Fox's "Gulliver's Travels" , the pilot of "The Academy" starring alongside Ian Mckellen, The National Theatre's "Blood and Gifts" and most recently "Sinbad" for Impossible Pictures (Sky 2012). Rob was born in Hammersmith, London in 1988. From a young age he moved with his Father...
Alexandre Ross is an actor from London. He is currently represented by Denmark Street Management (UK). He is also a proud member of Equity, BECTU and The Actor Centre. Alexandre studied Drama in many youth groups and drama clubs at a young age (including The Young Actors Theatre & The Wenn Stage School )...
Scott Dorel, a New York native, apprenticed with the legendary Sanford Meisner at the Neighborhood Playhouse in New York. Looking to broaden his skills, Scott moved to London, auditioned for LAMDA, and was accepted to the one-year postgraduate program. He performed at the Mac Owen Theatre in London...
Born in London, Charlotte trained both at LAMDA (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts) and ALRA (Academy for Live and Recorded Arts). Her film credits include; 'The Mercenaries,' (with Billy Zane), 'Olive Green,' and 'Icarus Rising.' She is currently filming the 2nd series of the popular Tv show 'Penny Dreadful,' (Eva Green, Josh Hartnett).
Hugh Peddy was raised by his great-grandmother in Newport Beach, California, until her death, and then by his grandmother in Los Angeles, where he finished his last two years of high school at Crossroads School for the Arts and Sciences in 1988. He graduated from U.C. Berkeley in 1993, with a B.A. in English...
Todd Gaebe was born and raised in Miami Florida where Roberta Brand gave him first shot at acting. That opportunity led him to study with acting teachers Troy Fisher and Stuart Meltzer as well as work with the New Theatre Company in Coral Gables. From Miami he went on to pursue his acting degree at Boston University where he was accepted into the College of Fine Arts...
British actor Leon Stewart was born just outside of London. From an early age he caught the acting bug and enjoyed taking part in plays throughout his schooling. He trained at the City of Westminster University in Performing Arts and took the lead in greats like 'Othello' and 'Dr Faustus'. On graduation...
Rory Keane was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. He debuted at 9 years old as Puck in a Marin Theatre Company production of A Midsummer Night's Dream, Keane studied at Reed College in Portland, Oregon, and trained at CalArts and the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) in their 1yr international post-grad program in Classical Theatre...
Raised in Llanelli, South Wales by her parents David Michael Creel and Kathryn Bonnam Creel, her love for acting came after winning the role of 'Mic Y Mwnci' for the Welsh radio program 'Sbardun'. Abigail Creel had weekly elocution lessons with Miss Thelma Dora Magdalene Beynon to correct her Rs and Ss...
After finishing high school in Wuerzburg / Germany Oliver Kniffki moved to Munich and started a successful career in Television Production. He worked for all the mayor german TV stations as a writer and producer. Most notably was his time at MTV Central in Hamburg and London from 1996 to 1998. Oliver...
Emma Dingwall is a Scottish actress and voice over. She studied acting at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) and at Ecole Jacques Lecoq in Paris. She has worked in television, film and extensively in British theatre with such companies as The Edinburgh Royal Lyceum Theatre Company, Greenwich Theatre, The Traverse, The Royal Opera House and the Citizens Theatre.
John Racioppo (pronounced ra - chop - oh) is an actor currently based in New York. Originally from Toronto, Canada, he has spent much of his adult life in the States in pursuit of his creative passions, though he retains a deep love for Toronto sports, flannel shirts, and cold weather. John attended Brown University...
Victoria was born in the UK and her passion for acting began at the young age of 5. Throughout her education Victoria studied Lamda and Guildhall Speech and Drama, winning numerous awards at festivals throughout her education, and was awarded a drama scholarship to her secondary school. Theatre school lead her to perform in numerous stage productions...
Christopher Basile earned a BA in Dance & Drama from Kenyon College and then went on to study at LAMDA in London. Christopher works primarily in theater. He is a company member with Pacific Resident Theatre and Monkey Wrench Collective. Over the last three years he has acted in the US and West Coast Premieres of some of the UK's greatest living playwrights...
Sandra Paternostro was born and raised in England. She attended St Edmunds College, Hertfordshire, and trained at LAMDA (The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art) for 3 years graduated in 1998. She works as an actress, writer and producer both in the UK and Italy. Sandra is the Artistic Director of I.E.T - Independent English Theatre - a professional English speaking theatre company.
Will trained at Lamda graduating in 2003. Straight after leaving his professional career began by him landing the re-occurring role of P.C. Craig Sullivan in one of the UK's most popular shows Eastenders. Since then he has gone on to enjoy a successful career in both TV and film having guest starred in the hit UK shows Being Human, The Bill and Sugar Rush amongst many others...
Laura was raised in a small town, Wokingham in the UK. She grew up having lived in South America, The United States and Norway. Having studied extra classes in the LAMDA acting certificates, Laura decided she wanted professional training. After school, Laura gained a scholarship into The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in California but decided to attend the same academy in New York...
Born in England in 1990, Josh grew up in Oxford and trained as a professional actor at LAMDA and The Rep College, Reading. He is experienced in both theatre and film in the UK. He is also a trained musician and plays piano, guitar, trumpet and sings (grade 7)and has performed live gigs in the UK.
Laura spent her childhood bouncing from country to country. Although native to Amsterdam, she also lived in Portugal and on both coasts in the US, in upstate New York and Seattle. Laura has a BA in Acting from the Italia Conti Academy of Dramatic Arts in London, UK. She also completed studies at RADA, LAMDA, and the Actors Center. Laura resides in NYC.
Born in Bath, England, Kimberley trained for one year at LAMDA, before completing her 3 year training at Drama Centre London, where she also trained in ballet and movement psychology. Other well known graduates of Drama Centre include Michael Fassbender, Colin Firth, John Simm, Frances De la Tour, Helen McCrory, Anne-Marie Duff, Christopher Ettridge, Russell Brand, Tom Hardy & Simon Callow.
Florent Cheippe is a graduate of the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA UK, 2004) and the Conservatoire National Superieur of Dramatic Art (CNSAD France, 2005). He won three best actor awards for his performance in howl of a fish (le hurlement d'un poisson) a short film by Sebastien Carfora (Luna production...
Sarah trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts (LAMDA) and her stage career includes Peter Hall's production of Coriolanus with Ian Mckellen, playing the original Alice in "Daisy pulls it off" in London's West End, Ned Sherrin's "Sloane Ranger Review" also in the West End, and the lead role in the World Premiere of Bob Eaton's musical...
Born in Liverpool, England. Father was general manager of a local cinema circuit. Educated at Ruthin, Wales and LAMDA. Executive with Paramount International for 20 years. As independent distributor handled international marketing and sales of the first Bruce Lee Chinese films. Produced films in Hong Kong...