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DOUGLAS REITH (see actors) will be reprising his role as Lord Merton in the Downton Abbey Christmas special.
Congratulations to editor SARA JONES who has won a BAFTA Cymru for cutting Series 1 of Stella, made by Tidy Productions for Sky 1.
MARCUS GRIFFITHS (see actors) is now playing Greene in the RSC's production of Richard II, his second job with the company. The production, starring David Tennant and directed by Gregory Doran, will run in Stratford-upon-Avon from the 10th of October until the 16th of November and at the Barbican from the 9th of December until the 25th of January.
Having finished working with director Ed Hall on Downton Abbey, editor PAUL GARRICK is now cutting the latest Jonathan Creek series. The three episodes are directed by David Renwick and produced by Rosemary McGowan.
The wonderful KIRSTY OSWALD (see actresses) plays a lead in an episode of Ripper Street which goes out on the 2nd of December.
Look out for feature film The Book Thief, cut by top editor JOHN WILSON, which gets a UK theatrical release on the 31st of January. Brian Percival directed the adaptation of the bestseller written by Markus Zusak and set during WWII.
Editor CRISPIN GREEN is cutting popular series Game of Thrones, having finished work on the Mitchell and Webb comedy The Ambassadors. He is working with directors Michelle Maclaren and Alik Sakharov.
We're very pleased to have two clients in the RSC's upcoming Christmas production of Wendy and Peter Pan. GREGORY GUDGEON (see actors) will be playing Smee and COLIN RYAN (see actors) will be playing Tom in the show directed by Jonathan Munby, which opens in Stratford-upon-Avon on the 18th of December and plays until the 22nd of March.
Having finished cutting Dracula for Carnival, STEVE SINGLETON is now in Prague editing the second series of international production Crossing Lines. Next he will be going to Ireland to cut the second series of The Fall starring Gillian Anderson.
SEAN KEARNS (see actors) can be seen in The Commitments in the West End. He is playing Jimmy's Da in the adaptation of Roddy Doyle's novel about a soul band from Dublin, directed by Jamie Lloyd.
Having completed his work on The Whale, editor JAMES HUGHES has now started work on New Worlds, the follow-up series to The Devil's Whore set in the 1680s. It is directed by Charles Martin and produced by Company Pictures for Channel 4.
IAN PIRIE (see actors) is reprising his regular character Dragonetti in the second series of Da Vinci’s Demons. Eight more episodes of the historical fantasy series are being filmed in Swansea for Starz/BBC Worldwide.
ADAM RECHT is cutting international feature film Northmen: A Viking Saga, directed by Claudio Faeh.
STEVE NORTH (see actors) can be seen playing Ted Narracott in War Horse in the West End.
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