Stars of Tomorrow

  • Tom Taylor
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    Tom Taylor, Stars of Tomorrow 2016

    2016-10-03T07:00:00Z

    ACTOR: “It’s been a bit of a rollercoaster,” says Tom Taylor, which is putting it mildly.

  • Jodie Comer
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    Jodie Comer, Stars of Tomorrow 2016

    2016-10-03T07:00:00Z

    ACTOR: “A lot of auditions that I go in for, they ask, ‘You can lose that, can’t you?’,” says Jodie Comer with a laugh, but she actually doesn’t mind the fact she rarely gets to use her Scouse accent.

  • Arnold Oceng
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    Arnold Oceng, Stars of Tomorrow 2016

    2016-10-03T07:00:00Z

    ACTOR: Arnold Oceng arrived in London from Uganda at the age of one, and wasted little time in getting his first professional role, aged six.

  • Hannah John-Kamen
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    Hannah John-Kamen, Stars of Tomorrow 2016

    2016-10-03T07:00:00Z

    ACTOR: Back in June, Hannah John-Kamen landed a key role in her biggest project to date, Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of Ernest Cline’s bestselling novel Ready Player One, and she does not think it will ever sink in.

  • Leah Harvey
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    Leah Harvey, Stars of Tomorrow 2016

    2016-10-03T07:00:00Z

    ACTOR: Despite the fact 22-year-old Londoner Leah Harvey just graduated from LAMDA this summer, she has already shot a lead role in Michael Winterbottom’s next feature and is starring in Phyllida Lloyd’s The Tempest at London’s Donmar Warehouse with Lloyd’s Henry IV yet to come.

  • Sope Dirisu
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    Sope Dirisu, Stars of Tomorrow 2016

    2016-10-03T07:00:00Z

    ACTOR: Despite acting since the age of 11, life could have turned out very differently for Sope Dirisu.

  • Anthony Boyle
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    Anthony Boyle, Stars of Tomorrow 2016

    2016-10-03T07:00:00Z

    ACTOR: After leaving school at 16, Anthony Boyle was doing “anything and everything I could” as an actor when a teacher at the Royal Welsh College of Music Drama saw him perform at the Lyric Drama School in Belfast and invited him to audition.

  • Eleanor Worthington-Cox
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    Eleanor Worthington-Cox, Stars of Tomorrow 2016

    2016-10-03T07:00:00Z

    ACTOR: At 10 years of age, Eleanor Worthington-Cox shared the lead role in stage musical Matilda, going on to jointly win an Olivier award for best actress.

  • Molly Windsor
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    Molly Windsor, Stars of Tomorrow 2016

    2016-10-03T07:00:00Z

    ACTOR: At the age of 11, Molly Windsor earned plaudits for her lead role in Samantha Morton’s Bafta-winning The Unloved.

  • Len Rowles
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    Len Rowles, Stars of Tomorrow 2016

    2016-10-03T07:00:00Z

    PRODUCER: Having recently left Pathé to join London production outfit Wildgaze Films as head of development for film and television, producer Len Rowles is thrilled by her new role.