Training: Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Theatre includes: Macbeth (The Factory); My Romantic History (GEST); The Ducks (SEArED); Tactical Questioning (Tricycle); The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists (Liverpool Everyman); Mixed up North (Out of Joint); Markings (Traverse, Edinburgh); King Lear (RSC); A Streetcar Named Desire Opera (Barbican); 50/50 (Hampstead Theatre); Measure for Measure (The Factory). Television includes: Electric Dreams (Human is), Doctor Foster, Ransom, Three Girls, Black Mirror, Arthur & George, Downton Abbey, Coronation Street and Holby City. Film includes: M:I 6 Mission Impossible and Pride
Training: The MTA, London Theatre includes: Pieces Of String (Mercury Theatre); Peter Pan (European tour); Marcela (Old Vic New Voices); The Lost Christmas (Waterloo East). The Ferryman is Erica’s West End debut
Training: Stagebox and Gemma Short School of Dance. Theatre includes: Live in London (West End). The Ferryman is Matilda’s professional debut
Training: National Youth Music Theatre, American School of Acting. Theatre includes: Annie Get Your Gun (Crucible, Sheffield); Scrooge (UK Tour); Goodnight Mister Tom, Les Misérables (John Cooper Theatre); The Selfish Giant (Opera North)
Theatre includes: My Eyes Went Dark (59E59); Anna Karenina, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Hedda Gabler, Famine, The Hamlet Project, The House, The Last Days of a Reluctant Tyrant (Abbey); Quietly (Abbey/Irish Repertory Theatre/Soho); The Gigli Concert (Gate, Dublin); The Book of Evidence (RSC Fringe/Gate); Juno and the Paycock (Gate/Gaiety); Dancing at Lughnasa, Uncle Vanya (Lyric, Belfast); Terminus (Young Vic); Our Country’s Good (Young Vic/Out of Joint); The Sanctuary Lamp (Arcola); Macbeth (West End); The Mysteries, La Lupa, The Spanish Tragedy, As You Like It (RSC); The Walls, The Machine Wreckers, The Ends of the Earth (NT). Television includes: Amber, Dangerfield, Hot House, The Family, Raw, Fair City, Single Handed, Trouble in Paradise, Proof, The Tudors, Any Time Now and Bachelor’s Walk. Film includes: We Ourselves, Calvary, Hereafter, All Souls Day, Basket Case, Honest, The Trouble with Sex and Roma Spring of Mrs Stone
Training: Abbey School of Acting, Dublin Theatre includes: An Ideal Husband (Greenwich Playhouse); A Pagan Place, Famine (Royal Court); An Oscar of Great Importance (Fortune); Juno and the Paycock (Oxford Playhouse/UK Tour); Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (Gate, Dublin); Take Love Easy (Ambassadors); The Hostage, Borstal Boy (Abbey Theatre); The Proposal (Pleasance); To Be Found Out (Vaudeville/Fortune). Television includes: Life’s Too Short, Raiders of the Lost Art, Hitler’s Dealer, Bloody Tales of the Tower, The Patriot Game, A Thousand Pounds for Rosebud, The One-Legged Man, General Hospital, Howards’ Way, Last Bus to Newtown, Special Branch, Sunday Sunday, Antigone and Southside. Film includes: King Arthur, The Last Days of Jack Shepard, The Double, Philadelphia, Here I Come! and Guns in the Heather
Theatre includes: The Vote (Donmar Warehouse); The Threepenny Opera, As You Like It, NT 50th Gala, The Light Princess, Table, London Road (NT); Wonder.land, Macbeth (Manchester International Festival); Miss Julie/Black Comedy (Chichester Festival Theatre); Hitchcock Blonde (Hull Truck); 24 Hour Musical (Old Vic); Finding Neverland (Leicester Curve); Ragtime (Regent’s Park Open Air); Hecuba, Alice in Wonderland (RSC); Lord of the Rings (West End); Hobson’s Choice (Watermill). Television includes: Scrotal Recall, Spooks, Miranda: Job, My Family and Other Animals, Casanova, Doctors: A Walk in the Park, Murder Investigation, Grease Monkeys and Endeavour Film includes: London Road, Miss and The Soup Kitchen, All Souls
Theatre includes: Katie Roche (Abbey, Dublin); Gulliver’s Travels (NYT). The Ferryman is Kevin’s West End debut
Theatre includes: Everybody’s Talking About Jamie (Sheffield Crucible); Llareggub Revisted (National Theatre of Wales); Dealer’s Choice (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Cyrano De Bergerac (Duncan C Weldon Productions); The Henrys, The War of the Roses, Coriolanus, Winter’s Tale, Comedy of Errors (ESC). Television includes: Kiri, Requiem, Grantchester, Moving On, Casualty, Belonging, Robin Hood, The Royal, Where the Heart Is, The Fall of Rome, Holby City, Vincent, Blade Camp, The Streets, New Tricks, Rocket Man, Judge John Deed, The Last Detective, Steel River Blues, Waiting for Fatso, The Bill, Paradise Heights, Coronation Street, Belonging, Burnside, At Home with the Braithwaites, Touching Evil, The Lakes, Genghis Cohen and A Touch of Frost. Film includes: Real Mamils, The List, Gullible’s Travels, The Hours of the Rig and Secret Society
Training: RADA. Theatre includes: Labyrinth, Rabbit Hole (Hampstead). Television includes: Killing Eve and Midsomer Murders. Awards include: Longlisted for Evening Standard Theatre Emerging Talent Award
Theatre includes: The Rivals (Arcola); I Killed Rasputin (George Square, Edinburgh); Art (Holders Festival); Jeremy Lion Goes Green (Pleasance, Edinburgh); Breakfast with Johnny Wilkinson (Menier Chocolate Factory); The Comedy of Errors (Rude Mechanical); My Very First Kidnapping, Unaccompanied As I Am, Hunting Diana, The Consultants (Edinburgh Fringe). Television includes: From the Cradle to the Grave, In and Out of the Kitchen, Puppy Love, Man Down, Harry and Paul’s History of the 2’s, Veep, W1A, Hey Hey We’re the Monks, Father Brown, The Suspicions of Mr Whicher, It’s Kevin, The Thick of It, Skins, Black Mirror: National Anthem, Pram Face, Fast and Loose, The Trip, Secret Diary of a Call Girl, Perrin, The Old Guys, Ruddy Hell It’s Harry and Paul, Sorry I’ve Got No Head, May Contain Nuts, Love Soup, Gil Mayo Mysteries, Respectable, Shopping for Religion, Absolute Power, The Robinsons, Black Books, Hardware, Peep Show and Endeavour. Film includes: The Man Who Invented Christmas, Love & Friendship, Paddington, Posh, Thor 2, Albatross, The Duchess and The Decameron
Training: The Academy of Live and Recorded Arts. Theatre includes: Carnivores (Southwark Playhouse); Clickbait (The Bunker); EleXion (Theatre503); Growth (Red Lion); The Commissioners (Company of Angels); Dancing at Lughnasa (Ireland tour); Snow White: The Remix, Scenes from an Enquiry (The Playhouse, Derry). Television includes: Doctors
Training: Rainbow Factory School of Performing Arts. Theatre includes: Teenage Kicks (Millennium Forum); Departure Lounge (Grand Opera House); Macbeth, Mixed Marriage (Lyric, Belfast); The Keeldog of the Hunting Lodge, Mccabe: The Caveman of Cavehill (Edinburgh Fringe); Stitching Time, Herons, Graveyard Shift (The Mac); Lay Up Your Ends, The Home Place, Shh, We Have a Plan, Stitched Up (Northern Ireland tour); EGG (US tour). Television includes: Lord Mountbatten, Dry Your Eyes, Betrayal of Trust and Give My Head Peace
Theatre includes: The Wind in the Willows, A Christmas Carol (Rose Theatre); The Herbal Bed (English Touring Theatre/Rose Theatre)
Training: The Susan Roberts Academy of Performing Arts. Theatre includes: Coriolanus (Donmar Warehouse). Television includes: Who Killed the Princes in the Tower? Film includes: The Conjuring 2, A Modest Defeat and Benny & Jack’s Flying Machine
Training: Young Actors Theatre, Islington. Theatre includes: A Christmas Carol, The Happy Prince (Young Actors Theatre). Television includes: Man Down and The White Princess. Film includes: Dorothy’s Theory
Theatre includes: Of Mice and Men (Birmingham Rep). Television includes: Derry Girls, Broken and The Five
Training: Mad Fish Performing Arts. Theatre includes: Les Misérables (West End and 30th Anniversary Gala Concert). Film includes: You Can Cry (short film)
Theatre includes: Around the World Tour (Walt Disney Entertainment); Alice in Wonderland (The Place Theatre); Peter Pan, Snow White (Arts Depot Theatre)
Training: Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Theatre includes: This Is My Family (Sheffield/UK Tour); 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Bruiser/MAC, Belfast); Macbeth (Shakespeare’s Globe); The Nativity – What the Donkey Saw, Here I Come! (Lyric, Belfast); The Juggling Man (Rawlife Theatre Company); The Beauty Queen of Leenane (Young Vic); Titanic Boys (Grand Opera House, Belfast); Othello (Irish tour); The Enemy Within (International Friel Festival); Darren’s Blind Wife (Off-Broadway). Television includes: Derry Girls, The Frankenstein Chronicles and Titanic – Blood and Steel. Film includes: Fishbowl City, 71, Puckoon and The Music Room
Theatre includes: Jumpy, The Winslow Boy (Theatre Clwyd); Beyond Borders (NYT). Television includes: Cradle to Grave, Murder Games, Our World War and Casualty. Film includes: Undercliffe, England is Mine, They Found Hell, Gutterdammerung and Intrigo: Dear Agnes
Theatre includes: Molly Sweeney, The Three Sisters, A Month in the Country, Aristocrats, Amadeus, Art, Festen, The Importance of Being Earnest and Romeo and Juliet (Gate); A Moon for the Misbegotten (Geva); Heartbreak House, She Stoops To Conquer, The Dead, The Gigli Concert, Twelfth Night, Barbaric Comedies and Observe the Sons of Ulster Walking Towards the Somme (Abbey/Hampstead); Juno and the Paycock (Albery); Our Country’s Good and The Recruiting Officer (Royal Court); Dancing at Lughnasa (Phoenix/Garrick); The Memory of Water (Vaudeville); All’s Well That Ends Well (Gielgud); Red Black and Ignorant (RSC); Long Day’s Journey into Night (Young Vic); Candy Kisses (Bush) and Spirit of Annie Ross (Gate)
Television includes: Rebellion, The Bailout, The Journey, Roy, Raw, Single Handed, Fair City, George Gently, Bloody Sunday, The Tudors, Cracker, Bottom, The Young Ones, Dalziel and Pascoe, Sharpe’s Regiment, Casualty, Vanity Fair, Heartbeat, Rosemary and Thyme and A Touch of Frost
Film includes: The Journey, The Secret Scripture, The Tiger’s Tail, Veronica Guerin, Breakfast on Pluto, A Prayer for the Dying, Jude and Borstal Boy
Awards include: Olivier nomination – Juno and the Paycock
Training: The Poor School, London.
Theatre includes: Hello from Bertha (Hen & Chickens Theatre/Blunt Pyramid).
Film includes: I’ll Walk With God (Encore Films) and Onions (London Film School).
Commercials include: Kronenbourg.
The Ferryman is Fiona’s West End debut
Theatre includes: The Graduate (West Yorkshire Playhouse/UK Tour); My Brilliant Friend (Rose); Dancing at Lughnasa (Lyric); King Lear (Chichester Festival/BAM); The Heresy of Love (RSC); Top Girls and Anna Weiss (Trafalgar Studios); A Doll’s House (Bath); All My Sons, Dinner, Free and Honour (NT); Kiss Me Like You Mean It (Soho); Lie of the Mind (Donmar Warehouse); Six Characters in Search of an Author (Headlong/Australian Tour); The 39 Steps (Tricycle/ Criterion); The Lady from Dubuque (Theatre Royal Haymarket); Under the Curse and White Horse (Gate); Vermillion Dreams (Salisbury Playhouse); When the Night Begins (Hampstead).
Television includes: Genius: Einstein, Sherlock, Life in Squares, Lucan, Lights Out, Ancient Rome, Midnight Man, Stevie, Armadillo, Deacon Brodie, Elizabeth David, Gunpowder, Treason and Plot, How To Do Love In The 21st Century – Frenzy and In Praise of Hardcore. Film includes: The Journey, Magic in the Moonlight, The Fold, 28 Weeks Later, A Rumour of Angels, A Sound of Thunder, Born Romantic, Braveheart, Dancing at Lughnasa, Land Girls, Loaded, Shadow of the Vampire, Spy Game, Tailor of Panama, The Debtors, The Honest Courtesan, The Moon and the Stars, The Weight of Water and This Year’s Love
Theatre includes: The Ladykillers, Philadelphia, Here I Come!, Uncle Vanya, The Beauty Queen of Leenane, Ghosts, Memory of Water, Desert Lullaby, Riders to the Sea, Belle of the City of Belfast, Juno and the Paycock (Lyric, Belfast); A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Three Sisters, Alice Trilogy, Portia Coughlan, Communion, Tree Houses, Philadelphia, Here I Come! (Abbey); The Holy Holy BusM (Brassneck); Juno and the Paycock (Broadway); Woman and Scarecrow, Pygmies in Ruins (Royal Court); All That Fall, End Game, Coronation Voyage (Prime Cut Theatre, Belfast); Electra, Donny Boy, The Beggar’s Opera (Royal Exchange); Convictions (Tinderbox Theatre); Our Father (Almeida); Shadow Riders from the Sea, Roberto Zucco (RSC); The Country Boy, The Black Pig’s Dyke, The Loves of Cass Maguire (Druid Theatre, Galway); Women on the Verge of HRT, Brighton Beach Memoirs, The Year of the Hiker (Gaiety); No Romance, The Mai (Peacock); Medea (Wyndham’s); JFK – The Musical (Olympia); Agnes of God (Andrew’s Lane); The House of Bernarda Alba (Gate, Dublin); The Last Ambulance (Sherman Cymru). Television includes: The Music Room, Fright Shorts, Game of Thrones, Play Next Door, Six Degrees, Sanctuary, Jack Taylor, Trivia, – The Last Weekend, The Last Furlong, On Home Ground, I Fought the Law, Making the Cut, Bogwoman, Mia, Liebe meines Lebens, The Governor, Snakes and Ladders, Lovejoy, Playboys, You Me and Marley, So You Think You’ve Got Troubles, Troubles, Foreign Bodies and Naming the Names. Film includes: Cellar Door, Muse, Arthur and Claire, Bad Day for the Cut, Little Grey Fergie, My Name is Emily, Loyal, Amber, Roy, Thief in the Night, Rule of Thumb, Five Minutes of Heaven, Shelter, Whatever Love Means, Holy Cross, This is the Sea, The Visit, Dear Sarah and Act of Betrayal. Awards include: Irish Times Award for Best Actress – The Beauty Queen of Leenane and Jacob’s Award for Best Actress
Theatre includes: Outside Mullingar (Ustinov Studio, Bath); The Separation (Theatre503); The Talk of the Town, Wunderkind, Cruel, Tender (Project, Dublin); Berlin Hanover Express (Hampstead); Greta Garbo Came to Donegal, Stones in His Pockets (Tricycle); The Lonesome West, The Lieutenant of Inishmore (Town Hall/Cork Opera House); Hitchcock Blonde (Royal Court/Lyric); Les Liaisons Dangereuses (Liverpool Playhouse); Death of a Salesman (Birmingham Rep); Antigone (Old Vic/Warehouse Productions); A Doll’s House, The Plough and the Stars, Observe the Sons of Ulster, Marching Towards the Somme, The Burial at Thebes, Big Maggie, The Barbaric Codes (National Theatre of Ireland/Abbey). Television includes: Killing Eve, Paula, My Mother and Other Strangers, An Klondike, Dominion Creek, Single Handed, Silent Witness, An Bronntanas, The Gift, Mount Pleasant, Striking Out, The Titanic Enquiry, A Year of Greater Love, Spooks and The Galway Races. Film includes: Swung, Rewind and The Ranger, Made in Belfast, Saving the Titanic, Wild Decembers and Conspiracy of Silence
Training: Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. Theatre includes: Blackout (Lyric, Belfast); The Doppler Effect (Belfast Ensemble); The Last Ambulance (Sherman Cymru); Macbeth (Rough Magic/Lyric, Belfast); The Absence of Women (Lyric, Belfast/Tricycle).
Training: Stagecoach, Coulsdon. Theatre includes: Sunset at the Villa Thalia (NT); Shrek the Musical (UK Tour)
Training: Myra Tiffin Performing Arts School. The Ferryman is Jack’s professional debut
The Ferryman is Angel’s professional debut
Training: Royal Central School of Speech and Drama; Academy of Live and Recorded Arts. Theatre includes: This is Not a Drill (Tristan Bates); The Lost Palace (Banqueting House); Chatroom (Grand Theatre, Blackpool). Television includes: The Alienist. Film includes: Stepdad
Theatre includes: The Commitments (Palace); The Bombing of the Grand Hotel (Cockpit); Qudz (Yard); Ourselves Alone (Samuel Beckett Studio); The Lady from the Sea (Courtyard). Television includes: Dr Who, Stan Lee’s Lucky Man, Rellik, Ripper Street and Misfits. Film includes: Perrier’s Bounty, Noble and Orthodox
Theatre includes: The Divide, The Illusion (Old Vic); The Cherry Orchard, Eldorado, Small Craft Warnings (Arcola); Platinum, Blue Heart Afternoon (Hampstead); Feelgood (Hampstead/Garrick); Welcome Home, Captain Fox!, Richard II (Donmar Warehouse); The Trial, Rain Snakes (Young Vic); Passion Play (Duke of York’s); Fram, House and Garden, Sleep With Me, Richard II, The Way of the World, Mountain Giants, Square Rounds, The Misanthrope, Countrymania, The Wandering Jew (NT); The Goat (Traverse); Ghosts (Bristol Old Vic); Happy End, King Lear, The Taming of the Shrew (RSC); Macbeth, Hamlet (RSC/Albery Theatre); Richard III (RSC/Savoy Theatre); The Price (Apollo/Tricycle); Push Up, Bloody Poetry (Royal Court); Kindertransport (Vaudeville); The Stronger, The Lover (Battersea Arts Centre); Spring Awakening (Lyric, Hammersmith); Delicate Balance (Theatre Royal Haymarket); The Cutting China (Bush); Uncle Vanya (Renaissance Tour); Hedda Gabbler (Haymarket, Leicester); The Orphan (Greenwich); Private Lives (Royal Exchange); Brittanicus (Wilton’s Music Hall); Pamela (Shared Experience); Othello (Lyric Hammersmith); Hamlet (Sheffield Crucible); The Devil to Play (Handel House); Minetti (Barbican/Lyceum, Edinburgh); Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Northern Stage/Sheffield Crucible); Winter Guest (Almeida/West Yorkshire Playhouse); The Kaisers of Carnuntum Faustina (Arts Carnuntum/Northern Broadsides).; Television includes: Atlantis, New Tricks, Merlin, The Royal Bodyguard, Syrinx, Thinspiration, Half Broken Girls, Lewis, Ruby in the Smoke, Holby City, Vincent, The Last Detective, Midsomer Murders, The Worst Week of my Life, Crossings, Vanity Fair, Richard II, Blindmen, The Bill: Voices, A Mind to Murder, Tears Before Bedtime, Doctor Finlay, Fallen Sons, Wide Eyed and Legless, Taggart, Stanley & The Women, The Bill: Housey Housey, Frankenstein’s Baby, After the Party, Shadow of the Noose, Inspector Morse: Last Enemy Jury, Maybury, Nancy Astor and Billy’s Blues. Film includes: The Conductor, Finding Your Feet, War Machine, Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Perfume, Vanity Fair, Rose Red, Erik the Viking and Prick Up Your Eyes. Awards include: Nominated for 2017 Off West End Award for Best Actress
Theatre includes: Philadelphia, Here I Come! (Gaiety Theatre, Dublin); Macbeth, The Merchant of Venice (Second Age Theatre Company); The Importance of Being Earnest (Abbey Theatre); Stones in His Pockets (Belfast Waterfront Hall); The Blues Brothers (Soho Arts Theatre). Film and television include: Versus and Banshee Betty. Roger also fronts his own rhythm and blues band
Training: Stagecoach Epsom and AKT Management. The Ferryman is Alex’s professional debut