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Jessica Plummer

From London’s East End to HBO Max, there’s no limit to Jessica Plummer’s prowess Jessica Plummer’s ascension to stardom has been well-paced if not deliciously strategic; before life in the ranks of British primetime she was touring with Jessie J as a member of chart-topping girl group Neon Jungle, and in 2015, a leap of […]

Shalom Brune-Franklin

Starring in Netflix’s upcoming fantasy drama Cursed as well as the BBC One’s political drama Roadkill, the English-born, Australian actress Shalom Brune-Franklin, is using 2020 to demonstrate her power and versatility as an actor. It would be easy to assume that someone building their career would be overwhelmed by working with such well-known names on […]

Lola Petticrew

Not long out of drama school, Lola Petticrew has stormed onto the scene with roles in all corners of TV, film and theatre. Just last year, Lola appeared in indie film A Bump Along the Way winning her the Bingham Ray New Talent Award as well as The Country Girls at the Abbey Theatre [in […]

Jonah Hauer-King

Twenty-four-year-old Jonah Hauer-King is not a novice in the industry, having performed on stage and in films next to the likes of Sir Kenneth Branagh [The Entertainer], Hayley Atwell [Howards End], Sean Bean and Helen Hunt [World On Fire], just to name a few. The British actor, who is a star in the making himself […]

Henry Lloyd-Hughes

When we chat with actor Henry Lloyd-Hughes, it’s immediately after England’s cricket team just won the semi-final to bring them into the final for the first time in 27 years. Although he’s passionate about acting and his other projects, he’s really keen to talk about his love of cricket, his devotion to fashion and how […]

Susan Wokoma

As someone who has watched all of E4’s Chewing Gum twice, I jumped at the chance to meet dynamic actress Susan Wokoma, who played the sidesplittingly brilliant Cynthia. I sit in anticipation at Regents Park Theatre Bar, waiting for the arrival of Susan, when suddenly in a whirlwind I am met with “Sorry! I’ve been […]