Birmingham School of Acting Graduates

Some examples of our recent graduates' work include this list of Our Stars:

  • FLORA MITCHELL (2009)
  • The Cherry Orchard (the Lowry Manchester and International and UK tour)
  • NICK HOLBECK (2009)
  • Othello (Icarus Theatre Company).
  • DANIEL FINN (2008)
  • Blowing Whistles (Leicester Square Theatre), Snow White (Blackfriars Theatre)
  • AMY BOOTH-STEEL (2007)
  • Sound of Music (West End), Sister Act (West End), Velma in Scooby-Doo (UK tour), Genie in Aladdin (Swan Theatre)
  • SERAY MORKA (2007)
  • Romeo in the City (Theatre Centre)
  • ASHLEY TAYLOR-RHYS (2007)
  • Twelfth Night (Royal Shakespeare Company), War Horse (Royal National Theatre) NALINI CHETTY (2006)
  • Yellow Moon (Citizen Theatre Company and Broadway, New York), Amid The Clouds (Battersea Arts Centre)
  • LOUISE MARDENBOROUGH (2006)
  • Filth: The Mary Whitehouse Story (BBC TV), Doctors (TV), The Snow Queen (Theatre Royal Stratford East)
  • REBECCA MCQUILLAN (2006)
  • Desire Under The Elms (Citizen Theatre Company)
  • CRAIG STORROD (2006)
  • The Fixer, Sound, The Bill (TV), Five Guys Named Moe (The English Theatre Frankfurt), Romeo and Juliet (Escapade Theatre), The Snow Queen (The Theatre Royal Stratford East)
  • CATHERINE TYLDESLEY (2006)
  • Coronation Street (TV), It’s Adam and Shelley, Iris in Lilies, Drop Dead Gorgeous, , Sorted, Holby City (TV), Miss Nightingale (Film)
  • DREW WEBB (2006)
  • Filth: The Mary Whitehouse Story (BBC TV)
  • DANIEL ANDERSON (2005)
  • Fools Paradise (Nu Century Arts), The Bill (TV), God is a DJ (Theatre Centre)
  • REMI WILSON (2004)
  • Promises and Lies (Birmingham REP), Playboy of the West Indies (Almeida), William and Mary, Hyperdrive (TV). As Remi Nicole she released her debut album ‘My Conscience & I’ on Island
  • Records in 2007, her second album ‘Cupid Shot Me’ was released in August 2009.
  • HELEN GEORGE (2003)
  • Call the Midwife (BBC), Hotel Babylon, Hollyoaks (TV) High School Musical (Disney Tour), The Woman In White (West End)
  • NIGEL BOYLE (2003)
  • The Ken Campbell Impro Show (The Inn on the Green), Sweet Love Remembered (Shakespeare Globe), Casualty, The Peep Show, All In The Game (TV)
  • DHAFFER L’ABIDINE (2002)
  • Rise of the Footsoldier, The Mark of Cain, The Children of Men (Film), The Whistleblowers, Prince of Poets, Thieves Like Us, Spooks, Dream Team (TV)
  • KIERAN HILL (2002)
  • The Histories, King Lear (Royal Shakespeare Company), Scapino, Midsummer Night Dream, Merchant of Venice, The Government Inspector, 5/11, The Gondoliers, The Water Babies (Chichester Festival Theatre). As Director; Unopened Doors (Chichester Edge Festival)
  • TOM LISTER (2001)
  • Emmerdale, The Bill, Heartbeat (TV), Love’s Mistress (Globe Theatre)
  • JAMES DAFFERN (2000)
  • Where The Heart Is, Doctors, Holby City, The Rotters’ Club (TV), Smirnoff, Tango, Fiat Punto (Commercials)
  • KATIE LEEMING (1999)
  • Tess of the D’Urbervilles, La Cava, Les Miserables (West End), Beyond The Barricade (UK tour), The Wizard of Oz (Birmingham REP)
  • LUKE MABLY (1998)
  • Festen (West End), Blue Murder, Who Gets The Dog, Holby City, Dream Team (TV) Save Angel Hope, The Prince and Me 2, Colour Me Kubrick: A True…ish Story, Spirit Trap, The Prince and Me, 28 Days Later (Film)
  • JIMI MISTRY (1996)
  • Spooks, EastEnders (TV), Blood Diamond, Partition, Ella Enchanted, The Guru, My Kingdom, East is East
  • JULIUS D’SILVA (1989)
  • Notes on a Scandal (Film), Henry VI Part I, II & III, Great Expectations, The Great Pretender, House of Desires, The Histories ( RSC, Olivier Award for best Company Performance), Anne Boleyn (Shakespeare's Globe Theatre), Eternal Love (English Touring Theatre), Oliver! (Theatre Royal Drury Lane), Macbeth (Shakespeare's Globe Theatre), Made In Dagenham (Adelphi Theatre West End), The Crown (for NETFLIX).