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Miri Matteson szerepében:
Daisy Haggard 1978-01-01 Scotland, UK
Daisy Haggard is a British actress and comedian. She is known for Doctor Who (2005) and Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007) . She is the daughter of film director Piers Haggard and his wife Anna Sklovsky.
Caroline Matteson szerepében:
Geraldine James 1950-07-06 Maidenhead, Berkshire, England, UK
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Geraldine James, OBE (born 6 July 1950) is an English actress. Description above from the Wikipedia article Geraldine James, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
Oscar Matteson szerepében:
Richard Durden 1944-02-08 Hendon, Middlesex, England, UK
Mark Richard Durden-Smith (born 8 February 1944), known as Richard Durden, is an English actor, with a range of television, film and stage credits.
Jo Martin 1981-04-29 London, England, UK
Jo Martin is a British television and film actress. She is perhaps most well known for portraying the Fugitive Doctor in BBC's science-fiction series "Doctor Who".
Adeel Akhtar 1980-09-18 London, England, UK
Akhtar is known for the bumbling Muslim extremist Faisal in Chris Morris's film Four Lions. Other comedic performances include Gupta in The Angelos Epithemiou Show, Maroush in The Dictator and Smee in Joe Wright and Pan. Akhtar has also won acclaim for his dramatic performances: in 2015, he was nominated for a BAFTA for Best Supporting Actor for his 2014 role as Wilson Wilson on Channel 4's Utopia. He played shopkeeper Ahmed alongside Toby Jones in the BBC mini-series Capital, and DS Ira King in the BBC's River. Reviewing River in The Daily Telegraph, Michael Hogan wrote, "This series was beautifully written by Abi Morgan, stylishly directed, and most of all, superbly acted. The quieter, less showy supporting players also shone. Not just stalwarts [...] but fresher faces: Adeel Akhtar as River's endlessly patient sidekick and Georgina Rich as his psychiatrist". In 2016 Akhtar appeared as Shahzad in the BBC one-off drama Murdered by My Father. He won the 2017 BAFTA award for Lead Actor for this role, the first non-white actor to do so. He also appeared as Rob Singhal in the acclaimed BBC miniseries based on John le Carré's The Night Manager. Adeel became a patron of Half Moon Theatre in autumn 2016.
Christine Bottomley 1979-04-27 Rochdale, Greater Manchester
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Christine Bottomley (born in Rochdale, Greater Manchester, 27 April 1979) is a British actress. She is best known for her regular roles as Melanie in the BBC comedy series Early Doors and Susie Ward in Heartbeat. Born in Rochdale, she went on to study at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, before taking her first role in an episode of Eastenders. Other film and television work has included Holby City, Shameless and as Yvonne O'Neill in The Street. Bottomley recently appeared in the eighth episode of the second series of Torchwood, "A Day in the Death". She appears in comedy series Massive on BBC Three and the BBC One drama Hope Springs and also a BBC drama: Land Girls. She has starred in a 2009 film, entitled Hush. Description above from the Wikipedia article Christine Bottomley, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.