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Asa is known for his roles in movies like The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas and the hit Netflix series Sex Education. He has worked with the likes of Harrison Ford, Martin Scorcese and Tim Burton. Asa conducts an annual acting masterclass at The Reel Scene.
Actor / Comedienne
Lydia Rose Bewley is a comedienne and actress known for her role in The Inbetweeners Movie and The Inbetweeners Movie 2.
She appeared as "Metella" in the ITV2 sitcom Plebs from 2013 to 2014; and as "Bunny", one of the lead characters in the E4 sitcom Drifters. She was a member of the ensemble cast of I Live with Models (2015–2017).
Frank is best known for his "hard man" roles, such as "Billy Bright" in The Football Factory (2004) and "Dog" in Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1998). Frank teaches acting as part of The Scene Acting Year Course and directs scenes shot as part of The Event.
David Schaal is an English-American actor, director, screenwriter, and comedian. He is best known for his roles as Taffy in the British sitcom The Office and Terry Cartwright (Jay’s Dad) in The Inbetweeners. David's television credits include Missing, Casualty, The Wrong Door, Beautiful People, Hancock and Joan, Ashes To Ashes, The IT Crowd, Deceit, Doc Martin, Peak Practice, Silent Witness, Hustle, Lead Balloon, and Dangerfield.
Steve North is an actor and film maker. His film and television credits include: All Those Things, Unforgotten, Closed Circuit, Hallo Joe, South West Nine, War Horse NT Live, Mongrels, Doctor Who, EastEnders, Is Harry on the Boat, The Day Britain Stopped, Midsomer Murders, Casualty, The Bill, Murphy’s Law, Holby City, Woof, and four series of London’s Burning.
Debbie was an actor for twenty five years appearing in many popular television programs including Life on Mars, Coronation Street and Holby City. She has made many award winning short films and a critically acclaimed feature documentary. She has directed many episodes of BBC Drama and trained in multi camera directing at ITV.
Shobu Kapoor is a British actress of Indian descent. She is most notable for playing the role of Gita Kapoor, the long-suffering wife of market-trader Sanjay (Deepak Verma), in the BBC soap opera EastEnders from 1993 to 1998.
Actor Manpreet Bachu is known for his roles in Doctors (2020), Humans (2015), The Royals (2015) and River City (2002). He also played Nabile in the Doctor Who television story The Bells of Saint John.
Manpreet Bambra is an English actress. She is known for her roles as Katie Lord on the CBBC series Wizards vs Aliens and Jade in the Netflix series Free Rein. Manpreet made her acting debut in Our Time Alone, a short film in 2009, portraying the role of Harpreet.
Ali Bastian is an English actress, known for her roles as Becca Dean in the Channel 4 soap opera Hollyoaks, Sally Armstrong in the ITV drama series The Bill and Becky Clarke in the BBC soap opera Doctors.
Meisner Acting Coach
Skye Hallam is an actress and Meisner acting coach. She is known for The Crown (2018), The Alienist (2018) and Intrigo: Samaria (2019). Her parents are actress Elaine Hallam and Latin Percussionist Paul Hankin, of The Ozric Tentacles.
Motion Capture Actor
Robin Berry is an actor, known for Clash of the Titans (2010), The Descent: Part 2 (2009) and Incendiary (2008). He focuses on movement and motion capture techniques and he’s worked with Andy Serkis’s team at The Imaginarium.
Agent / CEO
Reel Scene CEO Alex Fidelski is also a talent agent and casting director, known for the films The Bystanders (2020), The Agony and The Ecstacy (2017) and Magic. As well as being the creator and CEO of The Reel Scene, Alex created the talent agency RS Talent and the production company RS Productions as an offshoot of The Reel Scene.
Actor William Moseley is known for his roles as Peter Pevensie in the film series The Chronicles of Narnia (2005-2010) and Prince Liam in the E! series The Royals (2015-2018). William teaches classes as part of The Screen Acting Year Course at The Reel Scene.
Lucas Young is an editor/actor/director who spent much of his life in New Zealand where he qualified as a director in 1995 and worked for Television New Zealand and in the post-production department on the film Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King.