Film, Theatre & Television

Bijan is an associate director at the National Theatre where his recent work as a director includes The Kitchen, Greenland, and Our Class.

Chris Terrill is a documentary maker with more than 100 films to his name. Terrill photographs, records and directs all his own films which range from the purely observational to the investigative.

Dr Ayan Panja is one of the UK's most well respected media doctors.

Gabrielle left Brighton College in 2003 and went on to train at Identity Drama School. She then went on to win a place at the world renowned Lee Strasberg Theater and Film Institute in New York. She has since starred in Feature Films 'Shank', 'Men Don't Lie' and soon to be released 'Demons Never Die'. She will also be starring as one of the leads in a new film 'Freshers'.

Oscar winning actor renowned for playing mostly villains and charming heels.

An actor with extensive radio drama, screen, theatre and recording credits (animation, videogame, audiobook, TV commercials, documentaries, corporates & dubbing for companies.

Internationally known culinary and television personality & award-winning author.

Our warmest congratulations to Hannah Jones (W. 2005-07 who uses the stage name Hannah Wilder), for her leading role in the film 'Strings' which won the Raindance Award at the British Independent Film Festival last night (Sunday, December 9).

Film & Television Actor - Nominated by Chris Mitchell (H. 1957-61)

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