Known as `an actor´s actor´ Stephen´s screen roles include Horatio in Franco Zefferelli´s film adaptation of Hamlet, with Mel Gibson, Michael Henderson in Michael Winterbottom´s Welcome to Sarajevo, and the impatient Harker, a foil to Robert Redford in Spy Game. He is celebrated for his portrayal of Leonard Woolf opposite Nicole Kidman in The Hours and as Glen Foy in the Goal! trilogy. A TV BAFTA winner for his performance in Channel 4´s Shooting of Thomas Hurndall, Stephen was Emmy-nominated in 2008 for his starring role in HBO´s award-winning John Adams as Thomas Jefferson. He is currently on our screens as Stannis Baratheon in the second season of HBO´s highly-praised Game of Thrones.
Georges was born and raised in Paris to a family of musicians. Trilingual (French, English, Greek) and fluent in Spanish and Italian he began his career on the stage at the age of 19, studied at Le Conservatoire. He has played countless leading roles in France and in Greece. Georges was also cast in David Lean's last project before he died, which was unfortunately never made. However, this led to a new career in English films, including a part in Escape from L.A. Georges has made many highly successful English language movies. He is well known as Alex Santana, negociateur on French television and was honorary president of the Greek International Film Festival, from 2005 to 2010.
Ed has appeared in numerous film productions, including Roman Polanski's Oscar-winning The Pianist, as Bridey in Brideshead Revisited and the title role in the BBC's docudrama Tchaikovsky: Fortune and Tragedy. On TV he played Vincenzo Fabri in the BBC's recent Zen adaptation. And he is currently being seen on British screens in the BBC flagship remake of Upstairs Downstairs in the lead role as Sir Hallam Holland, the master of the house. His many stage credits include the title role in Hamlet (West End), Konstantin in Chekhov's The Seagull (Chichester), The Glass Menagerie and Arcadia (West End).
Georgia landed her first feature film role at the tender age of 14 in the highly acclaimed independent film London to Brighton. Georgia then followed this up by working on the CBBC show Serious Amazon. Her major breakthrough role was opposite Aaron Johnson as the lead in Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging, for which she won the Best Child Actor award at the Buster International Children´s Film Festival. Georgia made her stage debut in Tusk Tusk (Royal Court), by Polly Stenham. She has worked on the TV show Lewis, and recently with a lead role in the feature film The Great Ghost Rescue, an adaptation of Eva Ibbotson´s book.
Selina has worked on countless film, television and theatre productions. Her extensive film credits include The Madness of King George III, Woody Allen's Matchpoint and Hereafter directed by Clint Eastwood. Selina's theatre roles include The Cherry Orchard (The Old Vic) directed by Sam Mendes, Noises Off (Comedy theatre) and Top Girls (Royal Court/New York). From Catherine Tate's comedy show, through Doc Martin, As Times Goes By and Casanova, Selina is well-loved through expansive British TV work.
Cosima started in the German television series Sylter Geschichten, but her big British TV break came when cast in the BBC1 comedy Trevor's World of Sport, written and directed by Andy Hamilton. This led to a role in the Natalie Portman film V for Vendetta and further appearances on British and German television. Cosima played Ana in the independent film Ana Begins directed by Ben O' Connor and she acted with David Tennant as a scientist on a doomed Mars mission in a Doctor Who special. Recently, Cosima played Italian prosecutor Nadia Pirlo in the BBC drama series Zen.
Frank is known worldwide for playing the sixteen-year old Tom Marvolo Riddle in the film adaptations of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. He is the son of actors Stephen Dillane and Naomi Wirthner, Papadopoulos & Sons is his third role in a feature film - which he made during his summer holiday as he is still training to be an actor at London's Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA).
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