Tom Felton

Tom will be seen in the upcoming thriller Brurial. Tom stars in Netflix’s war epic The Forgotten Battle and in the Sky Original film Save The Cinema. He first caught the industry’s attention as Draco Malfoy in the internationally beloved Harry Potter films, and has since gone on to play leading roles on screen working as both an actor and producer. He plays the lead in Left Back Pictures sci fi hit Origin, an original series for YouTube, a series lead in CW’s The Flash, TNT’s Murder In The First, Neil LaBute mini-series Full Circle and Ridley Scott’s Labyrinth alongside John Hurt, Sebastian Stan and Jessica Brown-Findlay for The CW. On film he’s starred in blockbusters such as Twentieth Century Fox’s The Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes as well as Fox Searchlight’s Belle directed by Amma Asante, with whom he collaborated for a second time with on A United Kingdom alongside Rosemund Pike and David Oyelowo, both of which premiered at TIFF. He starred in independent film In Secret opposite Jessica Lange, Elizabeth Olsen and Oscar Isaac which also premiered at TIFF, Sony Pictures independent feature Feed, the role of Laertes in Claire McCarthy’s Ophelia with Daisy Ridley and Naomi Watts, Risen opposite Joseph Fiennes for Columbia Pictures, LD Entertainment’s Megan Levy alongside Kate Mara, independent feature Braking For Whales and went back to his villainous routes in Netflix’s family-horror A Babysitter’s Guide To Monster Hunting.


Mandip Gill

Mandip has most recently starred in her third series of Doctor Who as ‘Yasmin’, alongside Jodie Whittaker for BBC1 and BBC America. 2022 will see her star in 3 stand-alone, feature length episodes of Doctor Who that will be released throughout the year. As well as Apple’s hugely celebrated eight episode thriller, Suspicion.

Mandip’s first television role came in 2012 when she was cast as Phoebe McQueen in the Channel 4 soap opera Hollyoaks. After departing the series in 2015, Gill went on to have guest roles in the BBC sitcom series Cuckoo and starred alongside Ashley Jensen in the BBC One drama Love, Lies and Records. Mandip also starred alongside Lena Headey in the 2019 film The Flood directed by Anthony Woodley.


Beatriz Romilly

Beatriz is a Spanish-born actor who trained at Drama Centre London under Reuven Adiv.
2:22 Ghost Story will be her West End debut.

Theatre includes: Grand Horizons (Auckland Theatre Company); Macbeth (Chichester Festival Theatre); Collective Rage: A Play In Five Betties (Southwark Playhouse); Much Ado About Nothing (The Globe Theatre); French Without Tears (Orange Tree); After Independence (Papatango/Arcola Theatre); The Duchess Of Malfi (Nottingham Playhouse); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (The Globe Theatre/International Tour); Henry VI Parts 1,2 & 3 (The Globe Theatre); The Sacred Flame (ETT); The Rover (Hampton Court Palace); Doctor Faustus (The Globe Theatre); The Three Musketeers and The Princess of Spain (ETT/ Traverse Theatre); This Much Is True (Theatre503); Silver Birch House (Arcola Theatre).

Television includes: War of the Worlds, Born With It, Doctors, Green Green Grass and The Bill. Films include: Henna Night

As a motion-capture artist Beatriz has worked on games including Until Dawn and Harry Potter and voiced many characters on computer game franchises such as Final Fantasy and Assassin’s Creed.


Sam Swainsbury

Sam Swainsbury is an English actor, producer and director. Sam graduated from The Bristol Old Vic Theatre School where he was the winner of the Laurence Olivier Bursary.

Theatre includes: The End of History at The Royal Court, The Twilight Zone at The Almeida Theatre, The Meeting at Hampstead Theatre, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Privates on Parade at The Michael Grandage Company, Far from the Madding Crowd at The Watermill Theatre, The Taming of the Shrew at the RSC, When did you last see my mother? at Trafalgar Studios, The Comedy of Errors/Richard III at Propeller, Hay Fever at The Rose Theatre, A Day at the Racists at Finborough Theatre, The Rivals at Southwark Playhouse, The Merchant of Venice/A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Propeller, Burial at Thebes at Nottingham Playhouse, Hysteria at Birmingham Rep and SLOPE at The Tramway.

Television includes: Amazon Studios' Hanna, ITV’s Victoria III, Big Talk Productions' MUM, Mammoth Screen's Fearless, BBC America’s Atlantis, Neal Street Productions’ Call the Midwife, BBC's Doctors, Carnival's Harley Street and Hartswood Films’ Jekyll.

Film includes: Fisherman’s Friends 1 & 2, The Duke, Amerikan Kanibal and Thor: The Dark World.

Nigel Allen


Nigel Allen

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 Hannides


Sophia Hannides

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.

Leon Williams


Leon Williams

Leon trained at guildhall.

Theatre includes; Skylight (Stephen Joseph Scarborough) charleys aunt (Oxford playhouse) Not about heroes (Byre Theatre) As you like it (Derby playhouse) The changeling (English touring theatre) Romeo and Juliet, twelfth night, Hobson’s choice (Regents park open air theatre) Great expectations (Manchester Library) Crimes of the heart ( union theatre) A midsummer nights dream ( Peter hall company) As you like it ( Rose theatre) King James Bible & A midsummer nights dream (Shakespeare’s Globe) The Bullet (RSC at Hampstead) An ideal husband ( Chichester festival theatre) Lesere (Jermyn st) Private Peaceful (Uk tour & Hong Kong) Dubailand ( Finborough) Wink (Theatre 503) Elton John’s glasses (Watford Palace) One man two Guvnors (National Theatre world tour) An Elizabethan Christmas (Hampton court) Hound of the Baskervilles (English Theatre Frankfurt)

Screen work includes: call the midwife, new tricks, Shakespeare and Hathaway, Toilets, Ford and Akram.

Leon has voiced many cartoons and narrated an array of audio books. In 2015, He was the winner of the Earphone awards for His narration of Children’s book ‘The Goldfish Boy’ on audible.

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