Phoebe Waller-Bridge 1985-07-14 London, England, UK
Phoebe Mary Waller-Bridge (born 14 July 1985) is an English actress, writer, playwright, and director. Her TV credits include The Cafe, Glue and Broadchurch, along with Crashing and Fleabag, both of which she created, wrote and performed in. She is also the creator of Killing Eve and one of the writers on the 25th Bond film. Her film credits include Albert Nobbs, The Iron Lady, Man Up, Goodbye Christopher Robin and Solo: A Star Wars Story.
Jonathan Bailey 1988-04-25 Wallingford, Oxfordshire, England, UK
Jonathan Stuart Bailey (born 25 April 1988) is an English actor. Known for his comedic, dramatic, and musical roles on stage and screen, he is the recipient of a Laurence Olivier Award as well as nominations for Evening Standard Theatre and Screen Actor Guild Awards. He won the Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Musical in 2019. On screen, Bailey starred in the CBBC action-adventure series Leonardo (2011–12) and Disney Channel musical-comedy Groove High (2012–13) before becoming known for his roles in ITV crime drama Broadchurch (2013–15), BBC satire W1A (2014–17), and Channel 4 comedy Crashing (2016). He gained international recognition for his critically acclaimed portrayal of Anthony, Viscount Bridgerton in Netflix Regency romance drama Bridgerton (2020–present).
Damien Molony 1984-02-21 Johnstownbridge, Ireland
Damien Molony is an Irish actor now based in London. He is best known for his television roles as Hal Yorke in BBC Three's Being Human, DC Albert Flight in the BBC's Ripper Street, DS Jack Weston in Channel 5's Suspects, Jon in Channel 4's GameFace and Dylan in Sky One Original comedy Brassic.