Casting Update December 2014

The Dumping Ground (CBBC)- Kia Pegg continues with her role as Jodie – a viewers’ fave.
71 (Protaganist Pictures) Harry Verity plays Jack O’Connell’s brother
Humans (Kudos) Lucy Carless lands a lead role in this drama.
Code of a Killer (ITV) Lucy also secures a part in this Leicester drama about DNA testing. Tobias Burton-Rudge has a great part as the murder suspect and Sarah White plays a potential victim
This is England 90 (Warp Films) Nick Preston impresses Shane Meadows and gets to play a major scene with Stephen Graham. The Workshop oldies are well represented!
Raised By Wolves (Channel 4) Erin Kellyman lands a lead role as Cathy in this comedy teen drama written by the Moran sisters.
The Village (BBC) Chloe Harris reprises her role as Agnes
So Awkward (CBBC) Chalie Nicholson plays nerdy Rufus.
Doctors (BBC) Eve Gordon and Scarlet Hazeldine land key roles
Glue (E4) Kia Pegg gets part of Lala and has to learn Romany. Tom Blyth takes part in the promo
Killed by My Boyfriend (BBC3) Monique Mundle plays the friend of the victim – Sabrina
Last Tango in Halifax (BBC) Louis Greatorex returns.
Eve (CBBC) Oliver Woolford lands a lead role – Will
Black Work (ITV) Oliver has also just landed the role of Sheridan Smith’s stepson – Hal
Ultimate Brain (CBBC) Kia Pegg and Scarlet Hazeldine represent The Dumping Ground and The Slammer on this fun science show
The Witch (Witch Movie) Harvey Scrimshaw plays Caleb and Ellie Grainger plays Mercy in this Crucible-style horror shot in Canada
Example Video (RSA Films) Marcus Rutherford has the lead role
Teach First ( Shortformfilms) Eve Gordon ages from 12-21 in this video
Jamie Johnson (Shortformfilms) Harvey Scrimshaw revoices this for a short film version
Beverley (UrbanEdge Films) Sennia Nanua works alongside Vicky McLure in this 80s film
Dame Kelly Holmes Legacy Trust (Media Group) Tom Cowling voices a poem
NSPCC Film (Iliffe Ward) Ella Roebuck-Swain, Daisy Chell, Kashaye Thomas, Deon Williams provide their voices to some troubled teens.
Ella and the Witch’s Lullaby (Fazed Films) Joseph Preedy and Megan Hart win praise for their lead roles in this short
Nottingham Castle Voiceover (Notts CC) Ali Khan voiceovers a young boy
FA Safeguarding project (Media Group) Lydia Bernard-Brooks, Joe Stone, Paice Lees, Max Jones, Suraj Sharma, Dan Fitzsimons, Lucy Carless, Millie Ellerby-Sansom all take part
Think Before You Dial (NHS/We Are Caravan Films) Terry Haywood, Aaron Smith, Ella Roebuck Swain, Paris Atkins and Chloe Oxley win parts. A number of others were involved as extras
Stereotype (McGibney Prods) Eliot-Otis Brown Walters and Mark Jarvis play thugs
Babybel online ad (Shortformfilms) Luca Sterling is the boy
Keep it Special ( Barry Eyre Prods) Eve Gordon and Sam Moore play brother and sister in this cinema promo
Still Open All Hours (BBC) Ewan Mitchell, Tobias Burton-Rudge and Aaron Lodge play hoodies
Wookie Music Video (Dir Lewis Arnold) Suraj Sharma is the lead lad.
How to Live Yours (BFI/Creative England) Kiran Krishnakumar, Harvey Scrimshaw, Oliver Watts and Ethanial Davy are part of the kids’club in this feature film.
Wilko’s Online Ad (VPointTV) A Hallowe’en special features Aoife Kennedy and Joel Wealthall, and Cece and Noah Carson as two sets of siblings
Time and the Conways (Nottingham Playhouse) Nic Harvey assistant directs and Clemmie Radford, Dan Rainford, Mark Jarvis and Kaiti Soultana are background characters
Mrs Green (Nottingham Playhouse and Edinburgh Fringe) Nic Harvey writes, directs and is in this comedy musical with Ben Welch in the title role with Shauna Shim, Tom Cowling, Sabrina Sandhu, Keiran Hardcastle in supporting roles. It is to play in London soon.
Flight (Latimer) A short film has Ethanial Davy winning his first role
Newark Civil War Films ( Spool Films) Carolina Giametta directs this mammoth period piece with Gail Kemp, Ian Kirkby working alongside current members – Hugo Carter, Libby Crighton, Halle Neathy, Ella O’Brien, Charlie Prangle, Archie Glass, and Phoebe Mann
The Crucible (Old Vic) Sarah White is Mercy.
Safe House (ITV) James Burrows and Harriet Cains play sister and brother Sam and Louisa in this new drama.
Billy Live – a filmed celebration of Billy Elliot’s old and new had Harrison Dowzell dancing as Billy again.
Cameron Jones and Giorgina Scott land the lead parts in a short film.

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