Tommy’s first major break came when he was cast opposite Nicholas Hoult in Mark Haddon’s feature-length BBC drama COMING DOWN THE MOUNTAIN. Tommy’s performance was widely praised and the film was nominated for a BAFTA for ‘Best single Drama’ before winning the RADAR People of the Year Human Rights MEDIA Award 2008.
Tommy’s subsequent film work includes THE DAMNED UNITED, DAY OF THE FLOWERS and FREDDIE’S STORY. On TV Tommy has appeared in CASUALTY, HOLBY CITY, MONROE, DOCTORS, OFF THEIR ROCKERS and starred in several BBC documentaries. Tommy also made history when he became the first professional actor with Down syndrome to play the lead role of HAMLET in a mainstream theatre tour across England.
A versatile, award winning actress, Alice began her career co-devising and performing surreal experimental theatre with David Mitchell and Robert Webb under the directorship of Paul King, who has since directed her in THE MIGHTY BOOSH and GARTH MARENGHI’S DARKPLACE.
Alongside continuing TV work, including roles in the BAFTA award winning INSIDE No.9 and the EMMY award winning BLACK MIRROR, Alice has carved out a position at the forefront of British Cinema, starring in HOT FUZZ, THE WORLD’S END and playing the lead role in recent independent breakout hits SIGHTSEEERS and PREVENGE.
Laurence has worked extensively in the theatre, appearing in productions for the Young Vic, Royal Court, National Theatre, RSC and has toured internationally with Cheek By Jowl.
He has worked with some of world’s most notable filmmakers; including David Ayer (FURY) and Steven Spielberg (READY PLAYER ONE). Most recently he has appeared opposite Dame Judi Dench in the feature RED JOAN. He trained at The Guildhall School of Music & Drama.
In the past few years, Richard has become a regular in Ben Wheatley films. First off, he appeared in SIGHTSEEERS, which was written by and starred Alice Lowe and Steve Oram, friends and fellow players he met during EALING LIVE. Then in A FIELD IN ENGLAND, set during the English Civil War. Most recently he appeared in Wheatley’s HAPPY NEW YEAR, COLIN BURSTEAD.
Richard has also appeared in Disney’s INTO THE WOODS, playing The Steward to Chris Pine’s Prince Charming. He was also (delighted to be) an X-Wing pilot in ROGUE ONE, and played Brigadier Nicholson in DARKEST HOUR, the film that won Gary Oldman the Best Actor Oscar for his portrayal of Winston Churchill.
Trained by her mother, who runs an acting school in Leicestershire, Bethany’s first TV appearance was a guest lead role in BBC DOCTORS.
Her performance led to further TV work including CBBC’s THE DUMPING GROUND and ITV drama WILD BILL. INNOCENCE is Bethany’s debut film.
Faraz made his debut in the BAFTA award-winning LINE OF DUTY, subsequently appearing in BBC's SILENT WITNESS, FOX TV's TYRANT and Channel 4 drama ACKLEY BRIDGE.
More recently he has been seen alongside Richard Madden, in the award winning BBC drama BODYGUARD.