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.
ROBIN SOANS has just finished a run at the Bush Theatre in 'Visitors' by Barney Norris, which was nominated in the Evening Standard Theatre Awards for the Charles Wintour Award for Most Promising Playwright.
IAN HALLARD has just finished appearing in 'Great Britain' at Theatre Royal Haymarket.
Congratulations to STEPHEN THOMPSON - 'In The Flesh' has won the BAFTA Award for Best Mini Series.
STEVE TOUSSAINT was recently seen as Will Pemberton in 'Scott & Bailey' and has just finished filming a guest lead in 'DCI Banks' for Left Bank Pictures for ITV. Steve is now filming 'Tut' for Spike TV, a Viacom company.
AMANDA REDMAN has just completed filming a new three-part drama for ITV 'The Trials of Jimmy Rose' directed by Adrian Shergold, opposite Ray Winstone.
JUDE OWUSU has just finished filming on 'The Hollow Crown II', directed by Dominic Cooke for the BBC.
RICHARD LUMSDEN has finished playing in 'Our Town' at the Almeida directed by American David Cromer.
MARK AIKEN has recently filmed an episode of 'George Gently' for Company Pictures for the BBC.
SAMUEL JAMES and CHARLIE QUIRKE are currently being seen as the regulars Garth and Travis Stubbs in the new series of 'Birds of Feather' airing Thursdays at 8:30pm on ITV.
RUTH SHEEN has just finished filming on 'Inside No. 9' - with Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton.
JOY RICHARDSON has joined the company of 'Shakespeare in Love' for the West End.
We are delighted to announce that CATHY MURPHY has joined CDA. She recently completed filming on 'River' a new drama for BBC1 directed by Tim Fywell.
EDWARD HIBBERT will appear on Broadway in the new musical comedy 'It Shoulda Been You' at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre, directed by David Hyde Pierce, previewing from 17th March.
SIMON WILLIAMS has just finished filming 'The Syndicate' - made by Rollem Productions for BBC1 and written by Kay Mellor.
Congratulations to SUZANNE BERTISH who has won the 2014 Joe A. Callaway Award, presented by the Actors' Equity Foundation, recognising her performance in 'The Heir Apparent' as the best in a professional production of a classic play. Suzanne was also cited for her performance at the Roundabout Theatre in 'Machinal' directed by Lyndsey Turner.
ROSIE WYATT just finished filming an episode of 'Inspector George Gently' for the BBC and is now in rehearsals for 'The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas' which is being directed by Joe Murphy for Chichester Festival Theatre.
OWEN WHITELAW has just finished playing Paul Verlaine in Stewart Laing's Untitled Company's production 'Slope' at the Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh.
RUTH SHEEN can be seen playing Sarah Danby, Turner's Mistress, in 'Mr Turner' the latest film directed by Mike Leigh.
STEVEN HILLMAN and EMILY ASTON have returned from South Africa and are now on tour with the National Theatre production of 'War Horse' which has won 'Best Visiting Production' at The Manchester Theatre Awards.
LUCY ROBINSON has recently filmed the part of Young Cecily in 'The Hollow Crown II' directed by Dominic Cooke for the BBC and has begun rehearsals at the National Theatre for the new Tom Stoppard play 'The Hard Problem' directed by Nicholas Hytner, which plays from 21st January.
MARK RICE-OXLEY has just finished playing in 'Bright Phoenix' at Liverpool Playhouse.
STEPHANIE STREET has received wonderful notices for her performances at the National Theatre in David Hare's adaptation of Katherine Boo's book: 'Behind The Beautiful Forevers' directed by Rufus Norris.
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.
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 and is now playing at the Barbican in London until 24th January 2015.
CHRIS FULTON has just finished filming the lead role of Fergus in 'Stonemouth', based on the book by Iain Banks, being made by Slate Films for BBC.
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.
ALAN WILLIAMS has just finished filming a new regular in 'Woody' - a six part comedy series for BBC1.
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. June recently appeared in 'Agatha Raisin and the Quiche of Death' on Sky1 and also recently completed filming 'A Song for Jenny' for the BBC directed by Brian Percival.
FRANCES BARBER was recently seen in the second series of 'Psychobitches' on Sky Arts and also as 'Amelia' in the BBC1 series 'Mapp and Lucia'. Frances recently received rave reviews for her performance in 'What the Butler Saw' at the Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, directed by John Tillinger.
CAROLINE O'NEILL has recently completed filming 'Urban Hymn' for Michael Caton-Jones.
ACE BHATTI has recently completed filming 'Black Work' for Mammoth for ITV and recently played a guest lead in the first 'Lewis' story.
GEOFFREY LUMB and PAUL WOODSON are now in rehearsals for Filter's production of 'Macbeth'.
SIMON ROUSE is now playing in 'Anything Goes' for Sheffield Crucible being directed by Daniel Evans.
DENISE WELCH is now filming a six-part comedy series 'Boy Meets Girl' which is being made by Tiger Aspect for BBC2.
CHUKWUDI IWUJI has just finished playing in 'Tamburlaine' at Theatre For a New Audience in New York, directed by Sir Michael Boyd.
DAVID CALDER recently completed filming 'Queen of the Desert' for Werner Herzog and 'The Lady in The Van' for Nicholas Hytner. He now joins the original cast of 'The Nether' by Jennifer Haley, recently nominated for Best Play in the Evening Standard Theatre Awards, which runs from the end of January to April 2015 at the Duke of York's Theatre.
SUZANNE BERTISH is now in rehearsals for 'City Of' a new play by Anton Dudley, directed by Stephen Brackett at the Peter Jay Sharp Theater, New York, opening 27th January and running until 21st February.
GEORGE LASHA recently filmed 'Interceptor' for BBC TV and episodes of 'Foyle's War' and 'Vera' for ITV and has now completed filming on 'Doctors' for the BBC.
ANGUS IMRIE has recently completed filming the role of Edmund Plantagenet in 'The Hollow Crown II' for director Dominic Cooke for BBC TV.
MARK WILLIAMS is currently being seen in the new series of 'Father Brown'; he has also recently appeared in two episodes of 'Still Open All Hours' and completed filming a second series of 'The Link'.
JOE TUCKER is soon to start filming on 'The Frankenstein Chronicles' which Rainmark Films is making for ITV Encore.
BERWICK KALER has returned to York Theatre Royal for a record 36th Panto season in 'Old Mother Goose' which he writes, directs and stars in! The show runs from 11th December through until 31st January 2015.
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'.
KAREN DUNBAR and the cast of Phyllida Lloyd's 'Henry IV' led by Sharon Rooney have recorded a cover of 'Daddy's Gone' in support of women in prison. All proceeds will go to three selected charities: Clean Break, Justice for Women UK, and Donmar Outreach. You can buy the single by SHARON ROONEY AND THE HENRYS on iTunes HERE. Karen will reprise the role of Martha in 'Can't Forget About You' directed by Conleth Hill at the Tron in Glasgow in July 2015.
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.
OLIVER RYAN has just finished playing in 'The Distance', the new play by Deborah Bruce, directed by Charlotte Gwinner, at the Orange Tree Theatre.
Congratulations to PHYLLIS LOGAN and JIM CARTER, 'Downton Abbey' has won 'Most Popular Drama' at the National Television Awards 2015, it has also been shortlisted in the 'International Programme Sales' category of the Broadcast Awards. Congratulations also to MARK WILLIAMS, 'Father Brown Series 2' is shortlisted for 'Best Daytime Programme', and also to IAN HALLARD: 'An Adventure in Space and Time' is nominated for the 'Best Single Drama' Broadcast Award.
MELANIE MASSON recently appeared at Theatre Royal Stratford East in 'The Infidel' written and directed by David Baddiel and is now in 'Cinderella' in Glasgow with John Barrowman.
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.