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Duke of York 1996  
Steven Pacey 
Bertie Wooster
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Theatre: The Winslow Boy (Albery); Godspell (National Tour and Duke of Yorks); Leave Him to Heaven (New London); Mr Cinders (Fortune); West Side Story (Her Majesty’s); High Society (Victoria Palace); The Admirable Critchton (Theatre Royal Haymarket); Exclusive (Strand); Around the World in 80 Days (Liverpool Playhouse); Valentine’s Day (Chichester Festival Theatre); Post Mortem (King’s Head Theatre); The Happiest Days of Your Life (Theatre Royal, Stratford East); Arsenic and Old Lace (National Tour); Season’s Greetings (Theatre Royal, Windsor); The Millionairess (National Tour).

Radio: Spring Awakening; Middlemarch; Night Must Fall; Spoiled; 20,000 Streets Under the Sky; Up The Gods and Martin Cowisby’s Vengeance.

Film: Julius Caesar, Conspiracy.

Television: Red Letter Day; A Legacy; The Cuckoo Waltz; A Gentle Rain; Goodbye Darling; Lovejoy; The Purple Twilight; Five-To-Eleven; The Cedar Tree; Blake’s Seven; Troubles and Strife; Law and Disorder; Just William and Pie In The Sky.

Malcolm Sinclair 
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Training: Malcolm trained at Hull University and the Bristol Old Vic.

Theatre: Repertory Theatre: Bristol, Sheffield, Birmingham, Leicester, York, Nottingham. London Theatre: London Cuckolds, Facades, Genet’s Splendids (Lyric Hammersmith); The Case of Rebellious Susan, Dark River (The Orange Tree); Schnitzler’s Anatol (The Gate); Richard III, Racing Demon, The Misanthrope (National Theatre).

Film: God On The Rocks, Young Poisoner’s Handbook, Shine (to be released this year).

Television: Rumpole, After Henry, Poirot, Hancock (John Le Mesurier). Big Battalions, The Scarlet and the Black, Pie In The Sky (3 series), Writing On The Wall (to be shown this summer).

Music: Narrator for Mendelssohn’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream (The Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Seiji Ozawa performed at the Carnegie Hall, New York and the Boston Symphony Hall, Boston); Schoenberg’s A Survivor in Warsaw (conducted by Mariss Jansons performed at the Boston Symphony Hall, Boston, and Royal Festival Hall, London with the London Philharmonic).

Lucy Tregear 
Honoria Glossop
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Theatre: The Maitlands, Flora, The Red Menace, Portrait of A Woman (Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond); Three Sisters (Chichester Festival Theatre); Two Gentlemen of Verona (RSC, Barbican and Theatre Royal Haymarket); The Beggar’s New Clothes (Cockpit Theatre); Summer Lightning (Harrogate Theatre); The Taming of the Shrew, The Wizard of Oz (Dukes Theatre, Lancaster); The Virtuoso, A Woman Killed With Kindness (RSC); High Brave Boy (RSC Festival, New Grove); The Winter’s Tale (Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester); Lady Betty (Cheek By Jowl); Timon of Athens (Red Shift Theatre Company); Macbeth (British Council Tour of Kenya).

Radio: Heads, Early Morning, Let Me Help, Patricia’s Progress, Here, The Indian Gentleman.

Film: Keeling Over.

Televsion: Peak Practice, Between The Lines.

Nicholas Haverson 
Bingo Little
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Training: Nicholas trained at LAMDA, where he graduated in 1989.

Theatre: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Habeas Corpus, The Comedy of Errors, Wind in the Willows, Charley’s Aunt (Colchester Mercury Theatre); The Rivals (Farnham Redgrave Theatre); A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Sweeney Todd, Buddy’s Song, Les Liaisons Dangereuses (New Vic, Stoke); Blood Brothers (English Theatre, Frankfurt); A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Amadeus (Bedford Theatre Company); A Musical Jigsaw Play (Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough).

Film: Redemption.

Television: Devices and Desires, The Chief, Inspector Morse, A Fatal Inversion, Ashenden, Chucklevision, Head Over Heels.

Robert Austin 
Sir Watkyn Bassett
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Theatre: Joking Apart (Scarborough and Globe Theatre); National Theatre of Brent’s The Messiah (Lyric Hammersmith); Musical Comedy Murders, The Piggy Bank (Greenwich); School For Wives (Derby); Rough Crossing (King’s Head); A Man for All Seasons, Relatively Speaking, Augustus Carp, Breaking Legs (Scarborough); The Chalk Garden (King’s Head); Crazy For You (Prince Edward).

Film: Giro City, The Jigsaw Man, Pope John Paul II, Morons from Outer Space, The First Kangaroo.

Television: Agony (Series); Supergran (Series), Mighty Moments in World History (National Theatre of Brent); Shiftwork, Chelmsford 123 (Series), Boon, Gentlemen & Players, Alber Campion, A Bit of a Do, Casualty, Lovejoy, Rumpole of the Bailey, Shelley, To Be The Best, The Cloning of Joanna May, Bonjour La Classe, Mr. Bean, Pleasure (Alan Bleasdale Presents).

Diana Morrison 
Madeline Bassett
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Training: Diana trained at the Arts Education School, London.

Theatre: Hobson’s Choice (Chichester, Tour and Lyric Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue); The Curse of the Werewolf (Theatre Royal, Stratford East); Love Off The Shelf (Stephen Joseph Theatre); Aspects of Love (Prince of Wales Theatre London and Original Cast Album); The Nutcracker (London Festival Ballet); Sydmonton Festival in 1988 and 1994.

Television: Head Over Heels, The House of Eliott; The Watch House.

Cathy Sara 
Stiffy Byng
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Training: Cathy trained at Webber Douglas . She won the BBC Carleton Hobbs Award for radio in 1993.

Theatre: The Taming of the Shrew, Romeo and Juliet and A Connecticut Yankee (New Shakespeare Company at Regent’s Park); Gaslight, Penny Blue and Romeo and Juliet (Stephen Joseph Theatre in the Round); The Cracked Pot, Love (West Yorkshire Playhouse) and King Lear (Hackney Empire).

Radio: Hit the Heights, The Children’s Hour, Phoebe Junior, Phone Me in The Evening, Dangerous to Know, Oh! What a Lovely War, A Room With A View, Barnaby Rudge and A Little Bit of What You Fancy.

Television: Heartbeat, The Detectives and Beck.

Richard Long 
Harold "Stinker" Pinker
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Training: Richard trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.

Theatre: One Over the Eight (Stephen Joseph Theatre in the Round); Mr A’s Amazing Maze Plays (Royal National Theatre); The Winter’s Tale (RSC World Tour); The Recruiting Officer (Manchester Royal Exchange); A Christmas Carol (Theatr Clywd and Nottingham Theatre Royal); Twelfth Night (Bedford Theatre Company); A Going Concern (Nuffield Theatre Southampton); Beauty and the Beast (Orchard Theatre Company); The Cherry Orchard (Theatre Royal, Bristol); Nutmeg and Ginger (Orange Tree, Richmond); The Giraffe, The Pelly and Me and George’s Marvellous Medicine (Birmingham Stage Company).

Film: The Secret Rapture, An Ungentlemanly Act and Flying High.

Television: Just William, Health and Efficiency, London’s Burning, True Crimes and Deadly Crack.


Nicolas Colicos 
Cyrus Budge III (Jnr)
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Theatre: Sunset Boulevard (Adelphi Theatre); Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Palladium); Born Again (Chichester Festival Theatre); Sunday In The Park with George (National Theatre); A Streetcar Named Desire (Bristol Old Vic); Oklahoma! (National Tour); Wonderful Town (Queens Theatre); Up from Paradise (Arthur Miller New York); L’il Abner and Cyrano de Bergerac (Toronto); Roberta (Shaw Festival); Julius Caesar, Arms and the Man, The Tempest, Merry Wives of Windsor, Richard II, Macbeth, Tartuffe and As You Like It (Stratford Festival, Ontario).

Film: Superman IV, Iron Eagle II.

Television: Young Indy, The Detectives, The New Statesman, The Fall Out Guy, That’s Love, Not A Penny Moreā€¦, Wodehoues on Broadway, Hot Metal, Cindee, Feelings and Galactic Pirates.

Simon Day 
Gussie Fink-Nottle
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Training: Simon read drama at the University of East Anglia before training at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.

Theatre: Romeo and Juliet, Love Off The Shelf, Physical Jerks and Mr A’s Amazing Maze Plays (Stephen Joseph Theatre); Oedipus Rex and The Second Mrs Tanqueray (Glasgow Citizens); A Woman of No Importance (RSC); The Crucible (Sheffield Crucible); Blood Brothers and Yerma (Bristol Old Vic); Barber of Seville and The Hostage (Harrogate); Portrait of a Woman and The Good Woman of Setzuan (Orange Tree, Richmond).

Radio: Change Of Heart (BBC First Bite).

Film: The Anorak (Hummingbird Cameo).

Television: Pie In The Sky, The Great Kandisky, Red Dwarf, House of Eliott and The Knock.

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