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DRAWN FROM THE NOVEL BY PHILIPPA GREGORY* of the same name and part of The Cousins’ War book series, “The White Princess” sees England ostensibly united by the marriage of Princess Elizabeth of York (Lizzie) and King Henry VII, but their personal and political rift runs deep and the divide between them threatens to tear the kingdom apart once again. Rumors circulate that Elizabeth’s long-lost brother ‘The Boy’ (aka Prince Richard aka Perkin Warbeck) is alive and planning to take the throne–forcing Lizzie into an impossible choice between her new Tudor family and the boy who could be her own blood and the rightful York King. “The White Princess” is a tale of power, family, love, and betrayal, which charts one of the most tumultuous times in British history uniquely from the point of view of the women waging the ongoing battle for the English throne.

*Some historical events and characters have been in altered in the film for dramatic purposes.

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Elizabeth of York Henry Elizabeth Margaret Jasper Duchess of Burgundy Cecily Maggie

Elizabeth of York | Lizzie

Jodie Comer

Princess Elizabeth of York (Lizzie) is promised in marriage to the newly anointed King Henry VII in hopes that it will unite the Houses of York and Tudor and bring an end to “The Wars of the Roses.” Daughter of King Edward IV and Queen Elizabeth, “The White Queen,” she is beautiful, warm and kind – a princess to her very core. Lizzie knows her duty and is publicly loyal to her husband, playing the part of wife – and eventually queen – faultlessly. In private, though, she resents and plots against him. If they could only transcend their mutual mistrust and historic hatred, their marriage could bear fruit. Or perhaps they will destroy each other and, in doing so, plunge England straight back into bloody war.

King Henry VII

Jacob Collins-Levy

Despite his mother Lady Margaret’s faith, Henry Tudor never thought he’d become the King of England, but after winning the Battle of Bosworth that’s exactly where he finds himself. He’s deeply mistrustful of women, but the only way to secure his reign is to marry Princess Elizabeth of York (Lizzie), thereby ending the “The Wars of the Roses.” Once married, Henry finds himself increasingly caught between his wife and mother, who treat him as a battle-ground. Matching wits and wills, Lizzie and Margaret maneuver to gain Henry’s favor, which they know determines the future of England, their own fates, and the fates of the ones they love.

Dowager Queen Elizabeth Woodville

Essie Davis

Dowager Queen Elizabeth must now step aside as her cherished eldest daughter, Lizzie, takes both center stage and the crown in this dangerous and swiftly changing Tudor landscape. Elizabeth is an indomitable political strategist and her commitment to the York cause – and the boy whom she believes to be her last remaining son, Prince Richard – never wavers. Elizabeth tries to transfer her ambition to her daughter, but is distracted with the search for answers about her missing son. As Elizabeth’s blood feud with Lady Margaret intensifies, she is deeply pained to find herself increasingly in conflict with Lizzie, whose welfare and future become quickly entwined with the fate of the House of Tudor.

Lady Margaret Beaufort

Michelle Fairley

Margaret Beaufort, King Henry’s mother, was the calculating mastermind behind Henry’s ascent. She has sacrificed her whole life to propel her son’s unlikely accession to the Throne of England, but now that they’re at court together, she realizes they barely know one another. Desperate for intimacy with her son, she installs herself as Henry’s chief political advisor, but Lizzie’s arrival at court threatens the balance of power. Margaret knows that securing the throne for the Tudor line won’t be easy, and works to fortify Henry’s rule as York rivals plot against them. As her counsel is tested, she finds herself increasingly drawn into a battle with Lizzie for Henry’s heart and mind.

Jasper Tudor

Vincent Regan

When Henry Tudor took the field at the Battle of Bosworth, he had his uncle, confidante and right hand man by his side to help him claim his victory. Jasper Tudor is a brilliant commander of armies and a moral man whose utter loyalty to his nephew is rare and very moving. Jasper’s life has been hard and lonely, and his secret, unconsummated love for Henry’s mother, Lady Margaret, is returned by her but has never been allowed open expression. Perhaps now that war is over, Jasper might find love and companionship in his twilight years. Or perhaps he might find darkness in the people he has loved.

The Duchess of Burgundy

Joanne Whalley

Sister to dead kings Richard III and Edward IV of England, and sister-in-law to Dowager Queen Elizabeth Woodville, sensual, intelligent York widow the Duchess of Burgundy presides over her fashionable and cultured court; a place of beauty, light and learning. Her life has been filled with loss. She’s lost her father, her brothers and her husband, Charles the Bold. Her step-daughter Mary, and Mary’s two children Phillip and Rettie are the center of her world and the Duchess would do anything to protect them. The Duchess craves peace, but with Henry Tudor on the throne of England all hope of that is shattered...and the Duchess of Burgundy must choose a side.

Cecily of York

Suki Waterhouse

Three years younger than her sister Lizzie, Cecily feels forever in her shadow and would like nothing more than to marry a king herself. Cecily acutely feels the fear of living in a Tudor court and her loyalty to the House of York comes under question. Cecily may yet turn out to be the turncoat in the family as she battles for survival and her own advancement.

Margaret Plantagenet | Maggie

Rebecca Benson

In contrast to the tall, elegant, blond gaggle of York girls, their cousin Margaret Plantagenet (Maggie) is small, dark-haired and serious. Maggie doesn’t want the limelight or status of being a York. In fact, Maggie wishes to be invisible, along with her younger brother, Teddy, the Earl of Warwick, because Teddy’s position as a York heir places him in very grave danger in this brutal Tudor world. Maggie and Teddy have already lost their parents (under King Edward IV) and all that they have left is each other. Maggie and her cousin Lizzie are close, and Maggie hopes that Lizzie’s new position as the Queen of England might protect him. But when Teddy’s life comes under threat, so will Maggie’s relationship with Lizzie.

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Jodie Comer

Elizabeth of York | Lizzie

Jodie Comer is a rising star, named the “Screen International Star of Tomorrow” when she rose to prominence in the BBC One legal drama “Justice” (2011).

In television, Jodie was most recently seen in the BBC psychological drama “Thirteen.” She starred as Chloe in E4’s BAFTA and International Emmy Award nominated comedy-drama series “My Mad Fat Diary” (available to US audiences via Hulu). Her other television credits include the BBC One supernatural drama miniseries “Remember Me” (2014) opposite Michael Palin, the television movie “Lady Chatterley’s Lover” (2015), “The Royal Today” (2008), “Silent Witness” (2012), “Good Cop” (2012), “Big Girl” and “Postcode Lottery” (2012-2013), “Law & Order: UK” (2013) and “Inspector George Gently” (2014).

She starred in the multi-award winning and critically acclaimed BBC One miniseries “Doctor Foster.” She will reprise her role in the second season of “Doctor Foster” which will air in early 2017. Jodie has recently had a role in BBC One’s “Rillington Place,” a drama based on the real-life multiple murders undertaken by John Christie in Notting Hill in the 1940s and 50s.

She will soon make her film debut in Mark Gill’s Morrissey biopic Steven alongside Jack Lowden and Jessica Brown Findlay.

Jacob Collins-Levy

King Henry VII

Jacob Collins-Levy is a graduate of Melbourne’s premiere acting program, 16th Street Actors Studio.

Jacob has worked in both film and television in Australia, including the feature film Joe Cinque’s Consolation by director Sotiris Dounoukas; and the critically acclaimed feature film Holding the Man by director Neil Armfield.

In television, Jacob can be seen in the miniseries “Barracuda” on the ABC, directed by Rob Connolly. Jacob also had a guest role in the Matchbox series “Glitch” for the ABC; and in “Gallipoli” for the Nine Network.

Michelle Fairley

Lady Margaret Beaufort

Award-winning actress Michelle Fairley’s acting career richly spans across theater, film and television. Michelle is perhaps most internationally known for her staunch portrayal of Catelyn Stark in HBO’s “Game of Thrones” in its first three seasons.

Michelle can most recently be seen in SundanceTV’s Irish historical drama miniseries, “Rebellion,” as Dolly Butler and will also appear in season two of Pivot’s first original scripted series, “Fortitude,” a dramatic thriller set amidst a tight-knit Arctic community. Her previous reoccurring television credits include ABC’s drama “Resurrection” alongside Frances Fisher and Kurtwood Smith, FOX’s event series, “24: Live Another Day” with Kiefer Sutherland, and USA Network’s acclaimed legal drama “Suits.”

She last appeared on stage in the 2015 revival of BAFTA award-winning writer Abi Morgan’s play “Splendour” at London’s Donmar Warehouse; she has claimed roles in Jean Paul Sartre’s existentialist work “Huis Clos” as Ines; in “Othello” as Emilia, directed by Michael Grandage and also starring Chiwetel Ejiofor and Ewan McGregor; and in “The Weir” directed by Ian Rickson that played in London and on Broadway, amongst others.

On the big screen, Michelle recently appeared in Ron Howard’s In the Heart of the Sea with Chris Hemsworth, Stephen Frears’ Philomena with Judi Dench and Steve Coogan, and Ralph Fiennes’ The Invisible Woman.

Essie Davis

Dowager Queen Elizabeth Woodville

Multi-award winning Australian actress Essie Davis is best known thus far for her ‘unforgettable’ leading role of Amelia in acclaimed feature The Babadook, highlighted by TIME magazine as an Academy Award contender and in Indiewire’s top ten performances of the year. She most recently played a key role in Justin Kurzel’s Assassin’s Creed alongside a cast including Michael Fassbender, Jeremy Irons, and Marion Cotillard. In television, last year Essie took on the key role of Lady Crane in the sixth season of HBO’s phenomenon “Game of Thrones.” She has recently been announced to join the cast of Fred Schepisi’s Andorra, joining the ensemble of Guy Pearce, Toni Collette, Gillian Anderson, Clive Owen, and Joanna Lumley. Essie is currently filming BAFTA-winning Peter Moffat’s new BBC One drama series “The Last Post.”

For television, Essie is best known for her internationally loved and hugely popular title role in the ABC’s “Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries.” Her performance in the first season earned her an AACTA Award nomination for Best Lead Actress in a Television Drama and by the second season, she earned Silver and Gold Logie nominations. Further television credits include the Australian ABC’s “The Slap” and Showtime’s “Cloudstreet.” She has starred in numerous other television series and miniseries including “Sweeney Todd” for the BBC, “The Silence,” “After the Deluge,” “Halifax F.P: The Spider and the Fly” and the BBC television movie A Poet in New York.

Her further film credits include Peter Webber’s Girl with a Pearl Earring, Baz Luhrmann’s Australia, Charlotte's Web, Isolation, The Wedding Party, South Solitary, Code 46, The Wachowskis’ The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions, and Jonathan Teplitzky’s Burning Man.

Essie has also gained critical acclaim for her theater roles: her performance as Stella in the National Theatre (London) production of “A Streetcar Named Desire” earned Essie an Olivier Award. In 2004, she was nominated for a Tony Award for her performance in the Broadway run of the National Theatre production of “Jumpers.” For the Sydney Theatre Company, she starred in “Tot Mom” directed by Steven Soderbergh, “The Cripple of Inishman,” “The School for Scandal,” and the Melbourne Theater Company’s “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,” which earned her a nomination for a Green Room Award for Best Female Performer. She has also appeared in multiple productions for the State Theater Company of South Australia and the Bell Shakespeare Company.

Vincent Regan

Jasper Tudor

Vincent Regan’s early film work includes B. Monkey with Asia Argento and Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Black Knight with Martin Lawrence and the role of Buck, and Milla Jovovich’s nemesis in Luc Besson’s The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc. His more recent roles include starring alongside Kristen Stewart and Charlize Theron in Snow White and the Huntsman, Gerard Butler in Zack Snyder’s graphic novel adaptation 300 as Captain, as well as a major role in Troy as right-hand man to Brad Pitt’s Achilles. His turn in 2010’s Clash of the Titans saw him starring alongside Avatar star Sam Worthington and Quantum of Solace’s Gemma Arterton. Vincent also starred alongside Guy Pearce in the 2012 sci-fi action film Lockout.

Having starred in numerous television productions, Vincent’s most recent appearance was in “Undercover,” a new BBC drama. Prior to this, Vincent has been featured in hugely popular series such as “The Street,” “Wallander” as well as “Hit and Miss” and “Strike Back.” His other TV credits include: “A.D. The Bible Continues” and “From There to Here.” He received an Irish Film and Television Award nomination for Best Actor for his work in miniseries “Eureka Street.”

Vincent’s theater work has seen him perform for the National and the Royal Shakespeare Companies working with such directors as Danny Boyle, Roger Michel, Yukio Ninagawa and Peter Stein.

This year he was nominated for a best actor award at the Off West End Awards for his portrayal of Denny in “A Steady Rain” at the Arcola. The show was a co-production with the East Riding Theatre, set up by Regan.

Rebecca Benson

Margaret Plantagenet | Maggie

Rebecca trained at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. Television work includes the sixth season of “Game of Thrones,” “The Crown,” “Shetland,” “Vera” and “Holby City.” Film includes Macbeth and You Instead.

Theater credits include the critically acclaimed “Let the Right One In” (St. Ann’s Warehouse, NYC, West End, Royal Court & Dundee) as ‘Eli’ (Nominated “Best Female Performance” for Critics’ Awards for Theatre in Scotland in 2014); “The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe” (Kensington Gardens, London); “Top Table” (Òran Mór, Glasgow) and “Theatre Uncut” (Edinburgh Festival Fringe). Other work includes “The Wheel,” “365” and “Little Otik.”

Radio credits includes “Take Me to the Necropolis” for BBC Radio 4.

Rhys Connah

Edward Plantagenet,
The Earl of Warwick | Teddy

Rhys Connah is an actor, known for “Happy Valley” (2014) and The Messenger (2015).

Patrick Gibson

‘The Boy’
AKA Prince Richard AKA Perkin Warbeck

Patrick Gibson is an Irish actor working across film, television and theatre. He has appeared in BBC Films’ Their Finest, Gold, What Richard Did (dir. Lenny Abrahamson) and Neverland (Sky Movies/SYFY).

His television includes “Guerilla” (Sky Atlantic/Showtime), “The OA” (Netflix), “Passing Bells” (BBC One), season 4 of “Primeval” for ITV and BBC America, and season 3 of “The Tudors” for Showtime and HBO.

Patrick has also starred in Marina Carr’s theatrical production “The Giant Blue Hand.”

Suki Waterhouse

Cecily of York

Suki Waterhouse recently wrapped production for James Franco’s post-apocalyptic thriller Future World, opposite Milla Jovovich, Method Man, Margarita Levieva and Jeffrey Wahlberg; as well as Tom Sierchio’s The Girl Who Invented Kissing, opposite Vincent Piazza.

Suki will next be seen playing the lead role in critically acclaimed filmmaker Ana Lily Amirpour’s next movie Bad Batch alongside Keanu Reeves and Jim Carrey. She previously played the role of Kitty Bennett in the cinematic adaptation of Seth Grahame-Smith’s international best seller, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. The film additionally stars Charles Dance, Lena Headey and Lily James. She can also be seen as Marlene in Insurgent, alongside Kate Winslet, Naomi Watts and Shailene Woodley; and she can be seen in Love, Rosie, the comedy romance, alongside Lily Collins and Sam Claflin.

Suki Waterhouse is one of the UK’s most influential breakout models with recent campaigns for Burberry, Sass & Bide, Superga, Ugg, Forever 21 and H&M. In 2012, she made a successful transition into acting, with her first film role in Pusher. The award nominated crime thriller feature follows a street dealer as his life deteriorates over the course of a week. In 2010, she also appeared in the TV comedy drama, “Material Girl.”

Joanne Whalley

The Duchess of Burgundy

British-born actress Joanne Whalley has graced the big and small screens for decades. Known for such films as Scandal and Willow, she was a firm fixture on British TV screens including the hit series, “The Singing Detective” and nuclear industry drama “The Edge of Darkness,” for which she received a BAFTA nomination. Her first Hollywood film was 1988’s Willow and in 2005, Joanne returned to UK television with the BBC thriller “Child of Mine,” before scoring several other parts, including Queen Mary in “The Virgin Queen,” and a starring role in tragic love drama Life Line. She appeared as Lorelei in the comedy The Man Who Knew Too Little, A Texas Funeral, The Guilty, and played Jackie Kennedy in the miniseries “Jackie Bouvier Kennedy Onassis.”

Her more recent film roles include 44 Inch Chest with Ray Winstone and Tom Wilkinson, Francis Ford Coppola’s Twixt, and returned to television with roles on “Gossip Girl,” as Vanozza on “The Borgias” for Showtime, Aunt Patience in “Jamaica Inn” with Sean Harris, Queen Katherine of Aragon in “Wolf Hall” for the BBC and as Thane Rheda in ITV’s rendition of “Beowulf.”

Kenneth Cranham

Bishop Morton

Kenneth Cranham is a prolific Scottish-born film, television, radio and stage actor. Cranham trained at the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain and RADA, and since graduating his career has spanned over forty years and encompasses a huge range of productions and platforms.

Highlights include his time in the title role in the popular 1980s comedy drama “Shine on Harvey Moon” and also appeared in acclaimed feature films including Layer Cake, Gangster No. 1, Rome, and Oliver! His many stage credits include being a leading actor at the Royal Court Theatre between 1965-1981, West End productions of “Entertaining Mr. Sloane,” “Loot,” “An Inspector Calls,” (both transferring to Broadway), “The Ruffian on the Stair,” “The Birthday Party” and “Gaslight” (at the Old Vic). Most recently, he has been heard on BBC Radio 4’s Afternoon Play series as DS Max Matthews in the three-play series “The Interrogation,” by Roy Williams and narrated and performed his own selection of Kipling’s “Barrack Room Ballads.” For his role as Inspector Goole in “An Inspector Calls,” he was nominated for a Laurence Olivier Award.

In 2016, he won the Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Play for his role as Andre in Florian Zeller’s “The Father.” The play originated at the Theatre Royal Bath’s Ustinov Studio in the autumn of 2014, before touring the country and transferring to the West End in the summer of 2015, and returning to the Duke of York’s Theatre in spring 2016. The play received an unprecedented five star review from every leading national press publication.

Emma Frost

Showrunner | Executive Producer | Writer

Emma Frost was lead writer and associate producer for the STARZ and BBC Original Series, “The White Queen,” which was nominated for three Golden Globes and four Primetime Emmy Awards.

Emma’s recently announced movie screenplay Zelda, for Allison Shearmur and Jennifer Lawrence, has Lawrence set to star and Ron Howard directing. Her television pilot script “The Crow Girl” is in development for US television with Tomorrow Studios and Groundswell producing, and Noomi Rapace set to star.

Emma adapted Daphne du Maurier’s classic novel, “Jamaica Inn,” as a three-hour miniseries for BBC One; she wrote on season one of the Philip K. Dick adaptation “The Man in the High Castle” for Amazon Studios and she wrote on season one of “The Tunnel” for Sky Atlantic/Canal Plus.

Previously Emma was a lead writer on Channel 4’s award winning “Shameless.” Her season five episode was the BAFTA nominated episode at the 2009 awards. Her BBC4 film Consuming Passion, marking the centenary of Mills & Boon publishing, was broadcast in 2008 to great critical acclaim. Emma’s darkly funny first play “Airsick,” directed by Mike Bradwell, sold out at the Bush Theatre in 2003. She was featured in Screen International’s ‘Stars of Tomorrow’ movie talent list 2009 and has developed movie projects with Sony Studios, BBC Films, Working Title Films and Origin.

Prior to becoming a writer, Emma trained as a fine artist, and then worked in theatre, script editing and development.

Jamie Payne

Executive Producer and Director

Jamie has most recently directed an episode of “Queen of the South” for Fox, “Quantico” for ABC Studios and directed and produced two episodes of “Legends.” He directed episodes of “Indian Summers” for New Pictures and Channel 4 and three episodes of “American Odyssey” for NBC Universal, “Da Vinci’s Demons” for STARZ & BBC, episodes of the Golden Globe, Primetime Emmy and BAFTA- nominated series “The Hour” and “The Hour II,” and the critically acclaimed miniseries “The Driver.” He also directed three episodes of the Golden Globe and Primetime Emmy nominated miniseries “The White Queen” (STARZ & BBC).

Jamie has directed episodes of many major television series for the BBC, including “Dr. Who,” BAFTA award-winning hit drama series “Call the Midwife,” and episodes of the hit series “Ashes to Ashes,” starring Keeley Hawes and Philip Glenister.

Colin Callender

Executive Producer

Colin Callender is a Golden Globe, BAFTA, Tony® and Emmy® award-winning television, film and theater producer who founded the New York and London-based production company Playground in 2012.

Playground has produced over 50 hours of prime time television drama garnering 15 Emmy nominations, 20 BAFTA nominations, including 5 wins, and 12 Golden Globe nominations, including a Golden Globe win for Best Miniseries. Recent productions include the Emmy-nominated and BAFTA, Golden Globe and Peabody Award-winning, six-part miniseries adaptation of Hilary Mantel’s “Wolf Hall” for the BBC and Masterpiece, RTS-winning, Golden Globe® and BAFTA-nominated television adaptation of Ronald Harwood’s The Dresser starring Ian McKellen and Anthony Hopkins and directed by Richard Eyre for the BBC and STARZ, and Ken Lonergan’s upcoming adaptation of E.M. Forster’s “Howard’s End,” directed by Hettie Macdonald and co-produced with City Entertainment and KippSter Entertainment for the BBC.

On the theater front, Callender’s first outing as a producer was the 2013 Tony®-nominated Broadway production of Nora Ephron’s “Lucky Guy,” starring Tom Hanks making his New York stage debut. Other productions include Harvey Fierstein’s “Casa Valentina,” Ken Branagh’s and Rob Ashford’s “Macbeth,” and Jez Butterworth’s “The River,” starring Hugh Jackman. Currently on a national tour is the Tony- winning “Hedwig and the Angry Inch,” for which Callender won a Tony for Best Musical Revival. Callender, in partnership with Sonia Friedman Productions and Harry Potter Theatrical Productions, is currently producing the record-breaking West End hit play “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.” 

Prior to Playground, Callender was the long-running president of HBO Films, responsible for an array of award winning films and miniseries including Mike Nichol’s “Angels in America,” Tom Hooper’s “John Adams,” and Gus Van Sant’s Cannes Film Festival Palme D’Or winner Elephant. Under Callender’s leadership, HBO Films garnered an unprecedented 104 Emmy® Awards, 29 Golden Globes, 9 Peabody Awards®, 12 Humanitas Awards, 3 Oscars®, and top awards at the Sundance Film Festival four years in a row.

In 2003, Callender was awarded the Commander of the British Empire (CBE) by Her Majesty the Queen for services to the United Kingdom film and television industries in the United States. Callender recently received a Knighthood in the Queen’s 2016 New Year’s Honours list for his services to British film, theatre and television in the United States.

Scott Huff

Executive Producer

Scott currently serves as Senior Vice President of Development and Production for Playground, overseeing its full slate of projects across television and theater. Previous television credits include multiple Emmy and Golden Globe-nominated productions including “Wolf Hall,” “The White Queen,” “The Missing,” “Dracula” and The Dresser. In the theater, he is associate producer of the award winning London hit “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,” and previously was associate producer of Tom Hanks’ debut in Nora Ephron’s “Lucky Guy” on Broadway. He was recently named one of ‘Hollywood’s New Leaders’ in Television by Variety.

Alex Kalymnios

Director

Earlier this year, Alex directed the whole final season of “Scott & Bailey,” a three-part special for Red Productions/ITV starring BAFTA winner Suranne Jones and Lesley Sharp. In 2015, she directed the Sony/Lifetime television movie Cleveland Abduction. The film was based on the true story of Michelle Knight, who was one of three women held captive for over a decade under abuser Ariel Castro.

Alex also directed her first United States television episode for a period witchcraft show, “Salem.” She has worked steadily in United Kingdom over the past ten years and has directed numerous episodes of BBC1’s primetime drama “Waterloo Road,” “Eastenders,” “The Cut,” BBC NI’s “Seacht” as well as Channel 4’s “Hollyoaks” and E4’s “Hollyoaks Later.” Alex also directed BBC3 hit “Becoming Human,” starring Craig Roberts and John Boyega, which granted her a BAFTA Cymru nomination in 2012. She has also directed numerous award winning shorts, including Film London-funded More Than a Job’s Worth and The Green Fairy.

In 2009, Alex was named by Broadcast magazine as a Director Hot Shot and was also selected for the prestigious BBC Directors Academy. She is currently developing feature film The Ugly List with writer Abby Ajayi and producer Jessica Levick which was shortlisted for iFeatures 2014.

Lachlan MacKinnon

Producer

Lachlan MacKinnon’s previous productions include the single drama “Burton and Taylor” for BBC and BBC America, starring Helena Bonham Carter and Dominic West. The drama received nominations at the Golden Globes, Emmys and Screen Actors Guild Awards, and at the British Academy Television Awards, amongst many others. Lachlan also produced the critically acclaimed Channel 4 historical drama “City of Vice” (Royal Television Society Jury Prize), the award-winning spy series “Spooks (MI-5)” and crime drama “Silent Witness” both for BBC.

Will Hughes-Jones

Production Designer

Will Hughes-Jones attended Salisbury Art College before attaining an Honors Degree in Three-Dimensional Design at Brunel University. He then worked briefly in the music industry and then segued to music shows on television. Moving over to drama programs – and their art departments – he worked as a buyer and then an art director. For over a decade, Hughes-Jones has worked as a production designer.

Among his credits are the latest feature film version of Jane Eyre, directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga and starring Michael Fassbender and Mia Wasikowska. Television credits include the first season of “Musketeers” for the BBC, “The Inspector Lynley Mysteries,” Simon Cellan Jones’ television movie Storm Damage (Royal Television Society Award, winner and BAFTA Award nominee for Best Single Drama), Ferdinand Fairfax’ miniseries “In the Name of Love,” Daniel Percival’ s television movie Dirty War; Jed Mercurio’s television movie Frankenstein, and the BAFTA Award-winning miniseries “Criminal Justice,” starring Ben Whishaw. He has also worked on the first two seasons of the sci-fi drama series “Survivors;” and, for Ruby Television, John Alexander’ s television movie Small Island, starring RTS Award winners Naomie Harris and David Oyelowo.

Chris Seager

Production Designer

British Cinematographer Chris Seager BSC has collaborated with some of the heavyweights of the film and television industry on both sides of the Atlantic. He has lensed movies and major TV dramas with John Schlesinger (Cold Comfort Farm), Paul Schrader (The Walker), David Yates (“State of Play,” “Sex Traffic,” and The Girl in the Café), Michelle MacLaren (“Game of Thrones”) and Geoff Sax (White Noise and Alex Rider – Operation Stormbreaker).

His collaboration with director David Yates won him two British Academy (BAFTA) awards. Having shot the box office success White Noise together, actor Michael Keaton asked Chris to shoot his well-received directorial debut movie, The Merry Gentleman.

Chris’s recent work has included the critically acclaimed, Andy Goddard-directed movie Set Fire to the Stars.

Pamela Haddock

Hair & Make-Up Designer

Pamela Haddock has designed the makeup and hair on many features and television productions, including the Emmy-nominated “Black Sails,” season two of “Poldark,” “Galavant” for ABC Studios, ITV’s mystery series “Marple” and “Poirot,” “Skellig,” and “Lark Rise to Candleford” for the BBC. Other credits include ITV’s Austen adaptation “Persuasion,” Emmy-nominated “The Scarlet Pimpernell,” Shine (starring Geoffrey Rush), and Memphis Belle.

Pamela’s flair for art led her to do a degree in Theatrical Makeup/Hair at London College of Fashion, where she found her love of period hair and prosthetics.

Phoebe de Gaye

Costume Designer

Phoebe De Gaye is one of the top costume designers in the United Kingdom. She’s created costumes for hit shows like “The Musketeers” (for which she received a BAFTA award), “The Living and the Dead” (Royal Television Society nomination for Best Costume Design), and the celebrated children’s classic “Skellig” (starring Tim Roth). Her many other television credits include award-winning dramas such as “Lark Rise to Candleford,” “The Forsythe Saga,” and “Marple,” while her film credits range from horror movies such as Creep to sophisticated comedies like Jez Butterworth’s The Birthday Girl (starring Nicole Kidman).

As the daughter of a painter, Phoebe grew up surrounded by art and beauty. She trained at Wimbledon School of Art and the English National Opera, where she immersed herself in the work of the great designers of the past.

Nick Gillard

Stunt Coordinator

Starting his career in the Moscow State Circus, Nick Gillard has since worked on some of the biggest blockbusters of the past three decades, including Episode I through III of the Star Wars franchise, Wanted, Sleepy Hollow, and Notting Hill. His recent television work includes “Black Mirror,” “Jekyll & Hyde,” “Da Vinci’s Demons,” and “Burton and Taylor.” His illustrious career in the industry has seen him work across a variety of roles, Gillard served as Stunt Coordinator and David Bowie’s Stunt Double on Labyrinth and as a three-time 007 Stunt Performer.

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