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  • Features

    John Boyega


    In the few short months since Attack The Block screened at SXSW, things have changed for Peckham-born John Boyega.

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    Elliot Knight


    There was a UK-wide casting process for the title role in Sinbad, Sky 1 TV’s 2012 tentpole drama that seemed to involve every agent in the country. Finally, after a few false starts, came the news: unknown Birmingham-born actor Elliot Knight had landed the role, and will spend the next eight months

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    Robert Emms


    A year ago, LAMDA-trained Robert Emms did not see himself in film. “I just wanted to be one of those actors who works at the National Theatre the whole time,” he says.

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    Daniel Sharman


    After finishing Tarsem Singh’s Immortals earlier this year — he plays Ares, trouble-making son of Zeus — Daniel Sharman took some time off.

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    Alexandra Roach


    A regular on Welsh TV soap Pobol Y Cwm from the age of 11 to 18, Alexandra Roach graduated from RADA last year after four years there (she had to repeat a year due to a back injury) and is still training with acting coach Dee Cannon.

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    Vanessa Kirby


    It has been a whirlwind 18 months for London-born Vanessa Kirby.

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    Georgia King


    Audiences will soon see Georgia King playing opposite Michelle Ryan and Harry Treadaway in Matthias Hoene’s London-set CockneysVs Zombies.

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    Sebastian Armesto


    Having just finished Rocket To The Moon at London’s National Theatre, Sebastian Armesto is becoming increasingly visible.

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    Joe Cole


    The 22-year-old actor-writer Joe Cole came up through the National Youth Theatre (NYT) — “I did it for a bit of fun,” says the London native. “School hadn’t worked out for me; I didn’t have great expectations.”

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    Toby Regbo


    Still only 19, Londoner Toby Regbo first made an indelible impression as the young Nemo in Jaco Van Dormael’s Mr Nobody.

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    Douglas Booth


    London-born Douglas Booth landed an agent when he was 15, when actors are still subject to child labour laws.

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    Antonia Campbell-Hughes


    In Rebecca Daly’s The Other Side Of Sleep, a Directors’ Fortnight title at Cannes, Antonia Campbell-Hughes gives an intense, internalised performance as a young girl who sleepwalks her way into a murder in a small Irish town.

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    Phoebe Fox


    “I have to admit to being smitten by… Phoebe Fox,” said The Daily Telegraph’s Charles Spencer of RADA’s sought-after 2010 graduate.

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    Richard Madden


    Richard Madden is on his way. Now appearing in Channel 4’s Sirens, a six-part comedy-drama about three paramedics, he is also part of HBO’s Game Of Thrones ensemble and has signed on for the second series from July.

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    MyAnna Buring


    Sweden-born and UK-raised, MyAnna Buring (pronounced ‘Me-Anna’) hit the ground running on graduation from LAMDA with a prominent role in Neil Marshall’s 2005 horror film The Descent.

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    Tom Cullen


    “All you need is someone to take a punt on you,” muses Tom Cullen.

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    Joshua Bowman


    Joshua Bowman is about to become well-known in the US, and he would like to repeat that in the UK.

  • Stars Of Tomorrow 2009

    Class of 2009: where are they now?


    Donning swords and armour in Clash Of The Titans and Ironclad, behaving badly at St Trinian’s and setting up a swathe of debut features ‹ Patricia Dobson catches up with a few of last year’s Stars of Tomorrow

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    UK Stars Of Tomorrow 2010


    Introducing the UK actors, film-makers, writers and animators who are shaping up as the hottest prospects in the business and whose stars are most likely to be on the rise in the coming year

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    The Actors


    The diverse crop of actors in Screen’s 2010 UK Stars of Tomorrow have an overarching ambition in common - to take risks and explore all the possibilities of their craft. Patricia Dobson profiles these vibrant new performers