Tamsin Carroll’s work in theatre includes Hex, Peter Gynt and The Magistrate at the National; Twelfth Night and Into the Woods for Melbourne Theatre Company; Harbour and The Republic of Myopia for Sydney Theatre Company; Everybody’s Talking About Jamie at Sheffield Crucible and in the West End; Chitty Chitty Bang Bang at West Yorkshire Playhouse; Strictly Ballroom for Global Creatures; Casa Valentina at Southwark Playhouse; Miss Saigon and Barnum for Cameron Mackintosh; A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Ragtime at Regent’s Park; Dusty – The Original Pop Diva (title role) for Denis Smith; Measure for Measure (as Isabella) for Bell Shakespeare; and Oliver (as Nancy) in the West End. TV includes EastEnders, All Saints, Heartbreak High and Above the Law. Film includes Goddess and Jane Campion’s Holy Smoke.
Theatre includes Richard in Dirty Great Love Story (The Arts Theatre); Smith/John in The Angry Brigade (Paines Plough); Doug in Gruesome Playground Theatre (Gate Theatre); Mr Horner in The Country Wife (Manchester Royal Exchange); Dummy Actor in The Under Room (Lyric Hammersmith); Man in The Maddening Rain (E.59 Theatre NY/Old Red Lion); Vincent in Women Power & Politics (Tricycle Theatre); Sudden Loss Of Dignity.com (Bush Theatre); Amos Beeves in The Man Who Had All The Luck (Donmar Warehouse); Craver Perry in In The Heart Of America (Gielgud Theatre); Andrew in Sentenced (Union Theatre); Felix in 16 Minutes (Nabakov Theatre Company); Lewis in Breakdown (Pleasance Theatre); Pawn Broker in Lost Yet Found (Hampstead Theatre); Ralph Nickleby in Nicholas Nickleby (Lyric Theatre); Jud in Key (Lyric Theatre); Roberto Zucco (Stephen Joseph Theatre)
Television includes Miss Scarlet and The Duke; Our House; The Crown S3; Grantchester; Lee And Dean S2; Ransom; Endeavour S5; No Offence; The Bastard Executioner; The Interceptor; Wolf Hall; Undeniable; Doc Martin; Sirens; Missing; Holy City; The Bill; Plus One; Lewis 11; Wire In The Blood; Victoria Cross Heroes; Sinchronicity; Family Affairs and Bombshell
Films includes The Nan Movie; The Sound of Philadelphia; Bagdad In My Shadow; Blitz; Inception; Artifacts
Laura Whitmore trained at the Leinster School of Music and Drama, studied Shakespeare at RADA and holds a degree in Journalism from Dublin City University.
She wrote and starred in the short film Sadhbh for which she won The Ros Hubbard award for acting in 2019. She toured in the role of Cleo in Peter James’ Not Dead enough in 2017. Her film/TV acting credits include Hulu’s Four Weddings and a funeral, 220.127.116.11, Storage 24 and RTE’s Finding Joy.
She is a successful radio and television broadcaster best known for hosting the Bafta winning ITV show ‘Love Island’, the ‘I’m A Celebrity’ spin off show and her BBC radio show.
She currently hosts the podcasts ‘Castaway’ and Spotify’s No. 1 podcast ‘Partners in Crime’.
She started her TV career in 2008 winning MTV’s Pick me MTV and becoming the face of MTV Europe for almost a decade. She has interviewed some of the biggest musical artists and actors in the world.
She is also a Sunday Times best-selling Author and her paperback ‘No One Can Change Your Life Except For You’ came out in June 2022.
She is delighted to be making her West End debut as Jenny in 2.22: A Ghost Story.
Matt has been acting since a young age and is also well known for his band Busted who went on to become one of the biggest pop success stories of the early noughties. They released four No.1 UK singles, two multi-platinum albums, sold over 4 million albums in the UK and won two Brit Awards.
Theatre includes: Dr Pomatter in Waitress (UK Tour), Bob Cratchit in A Christmas Carol (Dominion), Fiyero in Wicked (Victoria Palace), Orin Scrivello in Little Shop of Horrors (Regent’s Park Open Air), Chuck Cranson in Footloose (UK Tour) and Nick Hurley in Flashdance (Shaftsbury).
TV/Film includes: The Witcher (Netflix), Wolves of War (Picture Perfect), Madness in the Method (Autumnwood Media), Eastenders (BBC), Allies (Summerwood Media), Birds of a Feather (ITV), Casualty (BBC), and Miss Marple (ITV).
Nigel trained at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
Theatre credits include: War Horse (West End) and Paul Ferguson’s Miller at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Television credits include: Alex Rider, The Capture, Belgravia, New Blood, The Suspicion of Mr Whicher, Home Fires, Casualty and Doctors.
Film credits include: Golden Years, Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation and Mission Impossible: Fallout.
Sophia is a British Greek Cypriot actress who trained at ALRA. Her credits include Humans (Channel 4); Doctors (BBC); Empty Vessels (Rosemary Branch Theatre); The Revengers Tragedy (The Rose Theatre) and she was most recently involved in Research and Development for a new play Me (Omnibus theatre). Sophia has worked for Big Finish and House of Originals as a voice-over artist. She has also won two Best Actress awards for her role as Sienna in the short film The Fat Lady Sings. Sophia has always had a passion for theatre and is delighted to be joining the company of 2:22 – A Ghost Story – It will be her West End debut.