CHRIS WALLER is currently shooting two episodes of Eastenders at Borehamwood, directed by Ian White. His character, gang member Neil, will appear in another two episodes over the next few weeks.

New recruit editor DAN CRINNION is at present cutting Iron Men which is being directed by Suri Krishnamma for Spark Media. The feature documentary will follow West Ham United football club's move from their old ground at Upton Park to the Olympic Stadium.

Be sure to watch MARCUS GRIFFITHS in new French series Versailles which begins on Wednesday 1 June at 9.30pm on BBC Two. Marcus has a great guest lead in Episode 3 (15 June) playing the African prince Annaba. The series, which has already got a certain notoriety in Britain, first aired in France a few months ago.

Marcus can also be seen in a season of plays at the Royal Shakespeare Company which includes HamletCymbeline and King LearHamlet and Cymbeline are currently running in Stratford-upon-Avon with King Lear opening on 1 September. Cymbeline and King Lear will also get a London run when they transfer to the Barbican in November.

Editor RACHEL HOULT is now cutting Red Productions' second series of Ordinary Lies. The six parter is based in Cardiff where Rachel is working with director Jon Wright and producer Emily Feller.

The wonderful JESSICA BAGLOW has been nominated for the Ian Charleson Awards for her performance as Marina in Pericles at Shakespeare's Globe. The Awards are run by the National Theatre and the Sunday Times and reward the best classical stage performances in Britain by actors under the age of 30. The winner will be announced at an event at the National Theatre on 24 June.

MATTHEW TABERN has recently started editing an exciting new eight part comedy/travel drama series that shoots in East Asia. Foreign Bodies is being produced by Tim Whitby for Eleven Film with Jonathan Van Tullekan directing the first block.


We are thrilled that CLAUDIA GRANT has been announced as part of the cast of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child which is arriving at the West End's Palace Theatre this summer. The new episode in the Harry Potter story joins Harry nineteen years on from the seventh book to find him with a wife and three children and a job at the Ministry of Magic. Previews begin on 7 June with the opening night on 30 July.


ELEN PIERCE LEWIS is now cutting the first episodes of Jamestown, a major new serial from Carnival. The eight parter shoots in Hungary and is directed by John Alexander with Sue De Beauvoir producing.

The brilliant SALLY SCOTT can be seen playing Regan to Michael Pennington's King Lear on tour. Joining Sally is new client ADRIAN IRVINE who is taking on the role of Albany in the same production, directed by Max Webster.

Top production designer WILL HUGHES-HONES is hard at work on The White Princess, the follow up to the historical drama The White Queen. The eight episode series, shooting in Bristol, is being produced by Company Pictures with Jamie Payne in the director's chair.

DANNY HORN is currently playing the lead role of Ray Davies in hit West End show Sunny Afternoon. The Olivier award winning musical about the rise of The Kinks is on at the Harold Pinter Theatre.

PHILIP KLOSS is editing a gripping relationship drama set in the world of fashion in 1947 Paris. The Collection's eight episodes are for Amazon UK, France TV and BBC Worldwide with Dearbhla Walsh directing the first block. It is written and created by Oliver Goldstick, the writer and executive producer of Pretty Little LiarsLipstick Jungle and Ugly Betty.

SEAN KEARNS has joined the cast of long-running West End musical Wicked, taking over the role of Doctor Dillamond in the show which is in its ninth year playing at the Apollo Victoria Theatre.

Editor STEVE SINGLETON is cutting the third series of The Fall. He won a BAFTA for Best Editing on the first series and was nominated again last year. The series stars Gillian Anderson and Jamie Dornan and shoots in Belfast.