Congratulations to JUNE WATSON who has won the 2014 Clarence Derwent Award for the roles of Mammy in 'The Cripple of Inishmaan' at the Noel Coward Theatre, directed by Michael Grandage; and as Nanny in 'Before the Party' at the Almeida Theatre directed by Matthew Dunster.
CAROLINE O'NEILL has recently completed filming 'Urban Hymn' for Michael Caton-Jones.
At very short notice LU CORFIELD has taken over the role of JoJo in 'Beached' at Soho Theatre directed Justin Audibert. Fiona Mountford of the Evening Standard calls her performance 'touching and sensitive', the full review is available here.
JIM CARTER and PHYLLIS LOGAN were seen in the season finale of the 5th series of 'Downton Abbey' on ITV and will soon be seen again as Carson and Mrs Hughes in the Christmas Special.
TOM PADLEY is currently at the RSC playing in 'The Roaring Girl' and 'Arden of Faversham'.
JOY RICHARDSON has just finished filming on 'The Ones Below' directed by David Farr.
OLIVER FORD DAVIES and JIM HOOPER are currently appearing in the RSC's 'Henry IV Parts One and Two' which has completed its run in Stratford-upon-Avon. The productions now tour the UK until mid-November and then play at the Barbican in London from 24th November to 24th January 2015.
CATHERINE TERRIS was recently seen as 'Jean' in Kay Mellor's 'In the Club' on BBC1.
JOE McGANN has just finished touring 'April in Paris', the John Godber two-hander, and he will now play Mr Walter Hobbs in 'ELF: The Musical' in Plymouth and Dublin, directed by David Morgan.
NATALIE PERERA is playing the lead in the feature film 'Scandalous' which is being directed by Todd Kessler and shoots in Trinidad until the end of January.
MARK WILLIAMS has just finished filming the third series of 'Father Brown', two episodes of 'Still Open All Hours' and also a second series of 'The Link'.
We are delighted to announce that CHARLIE QUIRKE has joined CDA. Charlie is currently filming the regular role 'Travis Stubbs' in 'Birds of a Feather' for Retort for ITV.
FRANCES BARBER is soon to be seen in the second series of 'Psychobitches' and also will soon be seen as 'Amelia' in the new BBC1 series 'Mapp and Lucia'. Frances has started rehearsals in LA for 'What the Butler Saw' to play Mrs Prentice at the Mark Taper Forum for director John Tillinger, running until 21st December 2014.
KATIE BRAYBEN will play Carole King in 'Beautiful: The Carole King Musical', which tells the story of Carole King's journey from schoolgirl to superstar, opening at the Aldwych Theatre in February.
DAVID CALDER recently completed filming 'Queen of the Desert' for Werner Herzog and will soon be filming 'The Lady in The Van' for director Nicholas Hytner.
LUCY ROBINSON is playing Young Cecily in 'The Hollow Crown II' directed by Dominic Cooke for the BBC and then begins rehearsals at the National Theatre in December for the new Tom Stoppard play 'The Hard Problem' directed by Nicholas Hytner.
KAREN DUNBAR has opened at The Donmar Warehouse in Phyllida Lloyd's all female production of 'Henry IV' which runs until 29th November 2014. Karen also opened the 20th Commonwealth Games in Glasgow performing to an estimated global audience of 1 billion people. The opening ceremony was a riotous tour through Scotland's culture and achievements, with Karen Dunbar and John Barrowman singing 'Welcome to Scotland'.
RON DONACHIE has recently filmed 'Sunset Song' for Terence Davies in Luxembourg and Glasgow and 'Father Brown' opposite our client MARK WILLIAMS.
VIVIENNE ACHEAMPONG has joined the cast of 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time' now playing at the Gielgud Theatre.
CHRIS FULTON is currently filming the lead role of Fergus in 'Stonemouth', based on the book by Iain Banks, being made by Slate Films for BBC.
DENISE WELCH has just finished filming an episode of 'George Gently'.
RUTH SHEEN is soon to start filming on 'Inside No. 9' - with Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton.
OLIVER RYAN has just finished playing in 'The Distance', the new play by Deborah Bruce, directed by Charlotte Gwinner, at the Orange Tree Theatre.
ALAN WILLIAMS is now filming a new regular in 'Woody' - a six part comedy series for BBC1.
MELANIE MASSON has just finished playing at Theatre Royal Stratford East in 'The Infidel' written and directed by David Baddiel.
We are delighted to announce that CATHY MURPHY has joined CDA. She is currently filming on 'River' a new drama for BBC1 being directed by Tim Fywell.
JUDE OWUSU is currently playing the role of Othello for a production at St. Leonard's in Shoreditch, he will then film on 'The Hollow Crown II', directed by Dominic Cooke for the BBC.
MARK RICE-OXLEY has just finished playing in 'Bright Phoenix' at Liverpool Playhouse.
STEPHANIE STREET is now playing at the National Theatre in David Hare's adaptation of Katherine Boo's book: 'Behind The Beautiful Forevers' which is being directed by Rufus Norris.
MARK AIKEN has recently filmed an episode of 'George Gently' for Company Pictures for the BBC.
OWEN WHITELAW is playing Paul Verlaine in Stewart Laing's Untitled Company's production 'Slope' which will play at the Citizens Theatre from the 12th to 22nd November and then the Traverse Theatre until the 29th November. The performances are being streamed live on KILTR.COM use THIS LINK to create a free account.
HAMZA JEETOOA has just finished playing in 'Teh Internet Is Serious Business' for the Main House at The Royal Court Theatre. The film 'The Cook', in which he plays the lead, will premiere in Germany on 26th November.
Congratulations to ROSIE WYATT, 'Spine' won a coveted Fringe First Award at the Edinburgh Festival where it also won The Herald Angel Award and Rosie won The Stage Award for Acting Excellence. Rosie has just finished performing 'Spine' at Soho Theatre.
MICHAEL SIMKINS has received wonderful notices for his performance as Richard Greatham in Lindsay Posner's production of 'Hay Fever' which is on tour in Australia until 7th December.
RUTH SHEEN can be seen playing Sarah Danby, Turner's Mistress, in 'Mr Turner' the latest film directed by Mike Leigh.
Congratulations to KATHRYN HOWDEN one of the stars of 'Miller's Mountain' which won the Scottish BAFTA in the Comedy/Entertainment Programme category. Congratulations also to KAREN DUNBAR who presented one of the four films that made up 'I Belong To Glasgow' which was nominated in the Features/Factual Entertainment category at this year's awards.
CLAIRE RAFFERTY and CHRIS CORRIGAN can currently be seen in the new series of 'The Fall' on BBC TV.
ANGUS IMRIE is about to play Edmund Plantagenet in 'The Hollow Crown II' for director Dominic Cooke for BBC TV.
JOHN LIGHTBODY has just completed filming on the last series of 'Wallander'.
JENNY GALLOWAY has just finished filming on 'Hank Zipzer' for CBBC in Halifax and is now rehearsing 'Tiger Country' for Nina Raine at Hampstead Theatre which plays from 8th December to 17th January 2015.
IAN HALLARD is appearing in 'Great Britain' Richard Bean's fast and furious new play, an anarchic satire about the press, the police and the political establishment; directed by Nicholas Hytner for the National Theatre. Now playing at Royal Haymarket Theatre.
CHUKWUDI IWUJI is playing in 'Tamburlaine' which is being directed by Sir Michael Boyd for Theatre For a New Audience in New York. NOW: In the Wings on a World Stage - the film of the making of Richard III, in which Chuk plays Edgar, is available to download at www.kevinspacey.com
Congratulations to PHYLLIS LOGAN, her character, Mrs Hughes, has been voted the most popular Downton Abbey character of all time in a recent RadioTimes.com poll.
Congratulations to ANGUS IMRIE who has won the Spotlight Most Promising Actor Award at the Sunday Times National Student Drama Festival.
Congratulations to STEPHEN THOMPSON - 'In The Flesh' has won the BAFTA Award for Best Mini Series.
ANDREW TIERNAN was recently seen in 'The Driver' on BBC1 and 'The Great Fire' on ITV and has just finished filming 'Code of a Killer' for World Productions for ITV.
JUNE WATSON has just completed filming on 'Agatha Raisin' for Mammoth Productions for Sky and 'A Song for Jenny' for the BBC directed by Brian Percival.
GEORGE LASHA recently filmed 'Interceptor' for BBC TV and episodes of 'Foyle's War' and 'Vera' for ITV.
SIMON ROUSE is now rehearsing 'Anything Goes' for Sheffield Crucible being directed by Daniel Evans.
We are delighted to announce that JOHN PAUL HURLEY has joined CDA. John Paul was most recently seen in 'Last Tango in Halifax', 'The Village', and 'Peaky Blinders'.