New Talent

Our New Talent page showcases our new, exclusive and exciting artists. Feast your ears!

  • Rosalind Eleazar

    Charismatic, cool & intelligent, Rosalind studied Mandarin and Spanish at Nottingham University before training at LAMDA - what a clever cloggs!

    Since graduating Rosalind's TV career has gone from strength to strength, which has seen her already feature in both the BAFTA-winning 'National Treasure' and the BAFTA-nominated 'NW'. Most recently she has appeared in 'Harlots', 'Rellik' and BBC period drama 'Howards End'. What an exciting talent!

  • Jamie Glover

    With a cultured and rich sound, you may recognise Jamie from the acclaimed ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ at the Palace Theatre where he currently plays... Harry!

    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child | What’s In A Name? | Noises Off | Twelfth Night

    Woody Allen London Project | These Foolish Things 

  • Matt Tait

    Yes, he’s as charming and charismatic as his picture suggests *cue heart eye emoji*… and he’s got the sound to match it. However, just like famous Russian gymnast Ludmilla Tourischeva, he's pretty flexible too...

    Theatre: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time | War Horse | All My Sons

    TV: Guerrilla | Drunk History

    Film: Captain America

  • Amanda Holden

    With a bubbly, confident, contemporary sound, Amanda is an English actress, singer and presenter, best known as a judge on ITV's 'Britain's Got Talent' since it’s first series in 2007.

    Amanda played Sarah Trevanion in 'Wild at Heart' and the title role in 'Thoroughly Modern Millie', for which she was nominated for a Laurence Olivier Theatre Award. More recently she has presented various TV shows including: 'Superstar', 'This Morning' (2014–present) and 'Give a Pet a Home'.

  • Mark Ebulué

    A deep and distinctive, cool urban sound... 

    Born and raised in South East London (Peckham), Mark has obtained an impressive body of work in TV, theatre and film. His credits include: 'Dr Who', 'Stan Lee’s Lucky Man', 'Casualty' and 'Kingsland', which won best indie short at the Cine Gear Expo in LA.

    Mark's most recent stage appearance saw him playing Aloysius, David Tennant's main arch-nemesis, in 'Don Juan In Soho'.

  • Conor McCarry

    Natural, friendly, youthful native Scottish voice.

    Conor has recently completed filming on ‘The Loch’ for ITV Studios and ‘Outlander’ for Sony/Starz, both premiering Summer 2017. Other TV Credits include: ‘The Night Manager’ and ‘Rillington Place’. Film Credits include: ‘Neds’, ‘Battleship’ and ‘Anna Karenina’.

  • Laya Lewis

    Edgy, contemporary & charismatic. A native Londoner, Laya is best known for playing Liv on the hit E4 Drama 'Skins', and the title character in the multi-award winning Short Film 'Beverley'. Other TV credits include: 'Witless' (BBC3), 'Cuckoo' (BBC3) & 'Jekyll And Hyde' (ITV). Other film credits include the lead role in Bafta funded short 'The Line'. 

    Laya has also recorded Idents for the Radio 1 Breakfast Show with Nick Grimshaw.

  • Jessica Temple

    Bright, engaging & versatile.

    Nottingham lass Jessica completed training at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School last July. Her credits since graduating include Peter Pan at The National and Medea at Bristol Old Vic. 

  • Augusta Armitage

    Stylish and intimate, Augusta has a contemporary sound with great comic timing and a warm, engaging delivery.

    A versatile young actress, she recently graduated from the Oxford School of Drama and has just finished filming the new comedy series, Two Actors.

  • Craig Murray

    Recently, though not as recently as he would have liked, Craig Murray was born. More recently, but not as recently as other things, he started performing stand-up comedy and has recently performed all over the world. He has recently appeared in things you have seen and even more recently in things you haven't. Soon he will be appearing in something so recent it hasn't even happened yet. Craig Murray has a voice and uses that voice to do other voices. Sometimes he even uses his own voice, It is good.

  • Ivanno Jeremiah

    With a very distinctive, clear, smooth and deep vocal quality, Ivanno Jeremiah’s voice is immediately recognisable. He also offers a plethora of contemporary accents/dialects ranging from scholarly RP or London street to mature East African. His own being a very warm, personable, up-to-the-minute South London cadence.

    TV roles include: Humans (C4/AMC), Black Mirror (NETFLIX), Dr Who (BBC), The Jury (ITV), Injustice (ITV).

  • Joy McAvoy

    Joy is a versatile and bubbly Scottish actress who has recently moved to London. With a smooth, rich, engaging and natural sound, she recently starred alongside Star Wars legend Ian McDiarmid in radio drama 'Akiha Den Den'. 

    TV credits include NO OFFENCE (Channel 4); STONEMOUTH (BBC); RIVER CITY (BBC) and HOW NOT TO LIVE YOUR LIFE (BBC). Notable film credits include Irvine Welsh's FILTH; Ken Loach's THE ANGEL'S SHARE and most recently Wim Wenders's SUBMERGENCE. 

  • Greg Rutherford

    Charming, genuine & charismatic, Greg is one of the most successful British athletes of all time, winning gold at European, Commonwealth, World and Olympic levels, an achievement matched by only four other British athletes. After winning his gold medal on Super Saturday during London 2012, Greg has taken part in many interviews, podcasts and TV shows. Following these appearances he has been praised for his natural, likeable and easy-going character both on-screen & off. 

  • Harman Singh

    Young & natural boy next door.

    Harman is a young actor with an impressive CV under his belt, including British comedy staples 'Benidorm', 'Count Arthur Strong' and the BBC's upcoming remake of classic 'Porridge'. Other credits include 'Inbetweeners 2', 'You, Me and Them' (UKTV) and BBC3's hilarious 'Rude Boys'