IAN HALLARD has recently finished playing in 'Alcina' which was directed by Katie Mitchell. He will soon start rehearsals for 'Lovesong of the Electric Bear' which is transferring to the Arts Theatre.
CHUKWUDI IWUJI has just completed filming 'Crossing Lines' in Prague; this is the third season of this series being made by Tandem Communications. He has just appeared in 'The Vote' at The Donmar Warehouse.
ACE BHATTI has finished filming on 'Shetland', having just completed filming on ITV's new drama 'Jekyll and Hyde'. He was recently seen in 'Black Work' for Mammoth/ITV.
MARK WILLIAMS is currently filming series 4 of 'Father Brown' in the Cotswolds until early August.
CAROLINE O'NEILL has just played a guest lead in 'Doc Martin' and has filmed 'Unforgotten' for ITV and 'Cuffs' for BBC TV. She is currently reprising her role as Win Thursday in Series 3 of 'Endeavour'.
COLE EDWARDS is on the National Youth Theatre 'Playing Up' training scheme till the end of the year.
RICHARD LUMSDEN is currently filming 'Millie Inbetween' and 'Father Brown' both for the BBC.
HAMZA JEETOOA has just finished filming 'Capital', a three part mini-series being made by Kudos for BBC1. Hamza can currently be seen in 'The Interceptor' on BBC1 and in 'My Jihad' a mini series on BBC iPlayer.
KATHRYN HOWDEN has just finished filming the new comedy series 'Mountain Goats' for BBC TV.
OLIVER FORD DAVIES has just finished filming on 'Apocalypse Slough', directed by Saul Metzstein and Tim Kirkby. He also recently finished filming a role on 'The Danish Girl', directed by Tom Hooper.
PHILIP MARTIN BROWN is currently appearing in 'Everyman' in the Olivier at the National Theatre which runs in rep until 30th August.
PHYLLIS LOGAN and JIM CARTER are currently filming the sixth series of 'Downton Abbey' until Mid August.
GREGOR FISHER and BRIAN PETTIFER have finished touring 'Yer Granny' directed by Graham McLaren for the National Theatre of Scotland.
SIMON ROUSE is about to start rehearsals at The Royal Court in 'Hangmen', the new Martin McDonagh play which is being directed by Matthew Dunster.
ANGUS IMRIE has recently completed filming the role of Edmund Plantagenet in 'The Hollow Crown II' for director Dominic Cooke for BBC TV. He is currently appearing in 'Richard II' directed by Simon Godwin to wonderful reviews; with Clare Brennan from The Guardian saying 'Quintessentialised by Angus Imrie, who also delivers a finely rendered Bagot'. Angus is also in rehearsals for 'Nell Gwynn' directed by Christopher Luscombe, opening on 19th September - both play at The Globe until 18th October.
STEVE TOUSSAINT joins the cast of 'Lewis' as a new regular character, Chief Superintendent Joseph Moody.
PAUL LONGLEY is about to start filming on 'The Crown' a new series for Netflix.
DIANA HARDCASTLE is currently being seen in 'The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel' and has just returned from Victoria BC where she has been filming a feature 'The Boy'
KAREN DUNBAR has just finished reprising the role of Martha in 'Can't Forget About You' directed by Conleth Hill at the Tron in Glasgow. She also recently played Winnie in 'Happy Days' by Samuel Beckett as part of the Mayfesto Festival 2015 at the Tron Theatre, Glasgow, directed by Andy Arnold.
JULIE DRAY has just finished filming a new comedy series for BBC2 called 'From The Cradle to The Grave'. She is about to start filming 'Crashing' for E4, directed by George Kane.
AMANDA REDMAN will be seen this Autumn in a new three-part drama for ITV 'The Trials of Jimmy Rose' directed by Adrian Shergold, opposite Ray Winstone.
We are delighted to announce that JOHN PAUL HURLEY has joined CDA. John Paul was most recently seen in 'Last Tango in Halifax', 'The Village', and 'Peaky Blinders'.
ADAM BYRON is appearing in 'The Play That Goes Wrong', at The Duchess Theatre, which has won 'Best New Comedy' at this year's Olivier Awards. Later this summer he will be performing in Cape Cod as part of the Tennessee Williams Festival.
STEPHEN THOMPSON has just finished filming 'Lucky Man' - a ten-parter being made by Carnival for Sky One and is now filming 'Jericho' a prime time series for ITV in which he will play a series regular.
KATIE BRAYBEN has received wonderful notices for her performance as Carole King in 'Beautiful: The Carole King Musical', with Dominic Maxwell in The Times saying 'It's Katie Brayben's night... and she sings even better than the real thing' and Dominic Cavendish in The Telegraph saying 'it's the career-making, all-woman performance at its heart from relative newcomer Katie Brayben that lifts it into the realm of the "go-see".
HEATHER CRANEY was most recently at The Donmar Warehouse in 'The Vote' directed by Josie Rourke. Just before this she played Claire in 'Made in Dagenham' at the Adelphi Theatre in the West End directed by Rupert Goold.
RUTH SHEEN has just finished filming a regular role in 'Unforgotten' - a new series being made by Mainstreet Pictures for ITV. She can be seen in the feature 'A Royal Night Out' which is on general release.
BERWICK KALER will be playing the Old Gentleman in 'The Railway Children' at The Signal Box Theatre - National Railway Museum, York from 31st July to 5th September. He will then star in his 37th York Panto 'Dick Whittington (and his Meerkat)' this Christmas.
DAVID CALDER has just finished appearing in 'The Audience' playing Winston Churchill. He also recently completed filming 'Queen of the Desert' for Werner Herzog and 'The Lady in The Van' for Nicholas Hytner.
ANNIE HULLEY is currently filming on 'Lucky Man' a ten-parter being made by Carnival for Sky.
FRANCES BARBER has just finished filming a guest role on 'Benidorm' having recently completed filming 'The Chosen' for Antonio Chavarrias in Mexico.
VALERY SCHATZ has just finished filming an episode of 'Death in Paradise'.
JUNE WATSON is currently filming on 'Agatha Raisin' made by Mammoth Screen for Sky 1.
STEPHANIE STREET has just finished playing in'Behind The Beautiful Forevers' at the National Theatre for which she received wonderful notices.
NATALIE PERERA played the lead in the feature film 'Bazodee' in Trinidad, directed by Todd Kessler - which will open the Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival in September.
KEVIN WHATELY is currently filming series 9 of 'Lewis' until the end of August.
GEORGE LASHA was recently seen in 'Vera' and 'Foyle's War' on ITV and 'Doctors' on BBC1. He has also recently filmed 'The Interceptor' for BBC TV.
Congratulations to JIM CARTER who has been nominated for his fourth Emmy Award for 'Best Supporting Actor' for 'Downton Abbey'.
DUNCAN POW has just finished filming on 'Unforgotten' directed by Andy Wilson for ITV, and a feature 'Dance of a Killer' which is being directed by Jim Greayer.
JOHN LIGHTBODY has just finished appearing in 'Each His Own Wilderness' at the Orange Tree Theatre, directed by Paul Miller.
JOE McGANN will reprise his role as Walter Hobbs in 'ELF: The Musical' which plays at the Dominion Theatre from 24th October 2015 to 2nd January 2016.
VIVIENNE ACHEAMPONG recently finished her year in 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. She can soon be seen at The Camden Fringe Festival, performing her One Woman Show 'Rainbow Class' at the Hen and Chickens on the 5th, 6th, 14th, 15th and 16th August.
PAUL THORNLEY is about to start filming on 'The Crown' a new series for Netflix. He has just finished filming on the untitled Donald Crowhurst feature, which is being directed by James Marsh. 'Man Up' - the film in which Paul plays support lead, directed by Ben Palmer, premiered in New York at the Tribeca Film Festival and is now on general release. The film version of 'London Road' in which Paul plays the lead role of Dodge, went out on general release on 12th June.
GWYNETH STRONG has just finished performing in Chris Goode's 'Stand', a verbatim play based on the real-life stories of six Oxford people who stood up for what they believed in.
MICHAEL SIMKINS is playing Richard Greatham in 'Hay Fever' opposite Felicity Kendal at the Duke of York's Theatre until 1st August.
ADIE ALLEN has just finished filming 'Father Brown'.
LU CORFIELD has now returned to the UK after filming the pilot of 'The Devil You Know' for HBO, set in the time of the Salem Witch Trials, written by 'Orange is the New Black' creator Jenji Kohan and directed by Gus Van Sant.
LUCY ROBINSON has just finished appearing in the new Tom Stoppard play 'The Hard Problem' at the National Theatre, directed by Nicholas Hytner. Lucy has also recently filmed the part of Young Cecily in 'The Hollow Crown II' directed by Dominic Cooke for the BBC.
STEVEN HILLMAN has just finished filming on 'Trollied' and is soon to start filming on 'Hank Zipzer'.
BRIAN PETTIFER is currently in rehearsals at Chichester Festival Theatre for 'Platonov' and 'Ivanov', both productions are being directed by Jonathan Kent.