NOAH JUPE TO STAR IN THE UNDOING

Noah Jupe has been cast opposite Nicole Kidman, Hugh Grant and Donald Sutherland in HBO’s high-profile six-parter THE UNDOING. Written by David E. Kelley and directed by Susanne Bier, Noah will play Kidman and Grant’s precocious and artistic son, who seeks to keep his family together as shocking revelations start to tear them apart.

NOAH JUPE WOWS CRITICS IN HONEY BOY

Critics are raving about Noah Jupe‘s performance in Shia LaBeouf’s HONEY BOY following its premiere at The Sundance Festival.

‘Jupe takes center stage…as a bonafide breakout’. A ‘subtle turn’ imbued with ‘a fiery confidence’. (IndieWire)

‘[Jupe’s] a child actor playing a child actor completely naturalistically, except for the scenes in which he purposefully overacts in his Disney-esque sitcom. He is jaded adult and vulnerable child at the same moment—too much maturity while desperately seeking affection—and all of it plays out on his face. It’s the best child performance since Tatum O’Neal’s Oscar winning turn with her own father in Paper Moon. (W Magazine)

DEAN ANDREWS CAST IN EMMERDALE

Dean Andrews is heading to the village to ‘shake things up’ this Spring as he joins the cast of EMMERDALE. He will be playing a top secret new regular character in the ever-popular ITV soap.

Dean has said: “I have always loved Emmerdale and am thrilled to be joining the cast. As a Yorkshire lad I have always watched the show and think that everything from the acting to the stories are consistently great and I can’t wait to get stuck in.”
From Executive Producer, Jane Hudson:  “We are absolutely delighted that Dean is joining the show. He is a superb actor and his character is certainly going to shake things up for some of our villagers. And as a Yorkshireman he is going to fit into Emmerdale perfectly.”

CHARLIE HARDWICK JOINS ACKLEY BRIDGE

Charlie Hardwick will be joining the cast of ACKLEY BRIDGE. She has been cast as a new director of pupil behaviour, Sue Carp, in the third series of the popular Channel 4 programme, which will be returning to screens this year.

Charlie says: ‘I’m absolutely over the moon to be joining Ackley Bridge, I was already a fan. It has fantastic characters and brilliantly sharp story-telling which tackles the desires and concerns of a diverse school of young people and their community head on, in full-beam. ‘It’s funny and moving in equal measures and has a huge heart.  Unlike the new director of behaviour Sue Carp.   She is belligerent and unwilling, and instead of dedicating her time to the well-being and development of her teenage students, she appears to be solely concerned with counting down the next ten years to her retirement.   ‘She is unwittingly witty though, and somewhat unintentionally anarchic, which gets the school into deep doodoo and herself into dangerously sackable situations.  I can’t wait to play her!’