Eddie Marsan – Patron – Ray Donovan, Sherlock, Gangs of New York, Miami Vice, Mission: Impossible III, Vera Drake, Happy-Go-Lucky, Secrets and Lies, 21 Grams, Little Dorrit, Red Riding, Law and Order, Tyrannosaur, War Horse, Jack the Giant Slayer, Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows, Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell, Ray Donovan, Atomic Blonde
Richard Brake – Game of Thrones, Cold Mountain, Batman Begins, Doom, The Black Dahlia, Hannibal Rising, Halloween II, Water for Elephants, Thor: The Dark World, Hawaii Five-0, Peaky Blinders, Ray Donovan
Phil Bulcock – Jersey Boys, The Dark Knight, Red Tails, X Company, Ordinary Lies, Spectral
David Bark Jones – Pride and Prejudice, Sixty Six, The Da Vinci Code, Rock’n’Rolla, Erased, Midsomer Murders, 24:Live Another Day, Pillars of the Earth, Doctors, Jekyll & Hyde, Borg/McEnroe
Pooky Quesnel – Actor, alumnus & ex-trustee. Silent Witness, Waterloo Road, East Enders, Shared Experience’s Anna Karenina, Great Expectations – 2012 film, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.
Andrew Byron – Wonder Woman, The Monuments Men, Spooks, Jerusalem, Dr Who
Irfan Hussein – War Horse, Inside Men, Waking the Dead
Audrey Sheffield – Director – The Dark Room, National Theatre Connections, ‘Electra’ Understudy Run (Old Vic Theatre), ‘Route A76’ & ‘Something Wicked’ Staged Readings (National Theatre), ‘Almost Near’ (Finborough Theatre), ‘June’ by Isley Lynn (Park Theatre), ‘The Little Flower of East Orange’ (National Theatre Studio), ‘One Man, Two Guvnors’ by Richard Bean – Understudy Run (Theatre Royal Haymarket) ‘Electra’ – Old Vic Theatre
Marie Parker Shaw – Artistic Director – Månteatern in Lund, Sweden.
Alex Dower – Actor – Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Royal National Theatre, West End. Director – Multi-award winning Artistic Director of ‘Creating Freedom’, leading projects in Russia, Africa, Australia, Middle-East & UK.
Kate Marlow – Teacher, coach and TV presenter. Has applied the Science of Acting to TV reality formats, including Model Turned Actor, Reality Check and Faking It, as well as to professionals and young people in behaviour therapy.
There are over 1,000 graduates of the School from countries including the US, UK, Russia, Australia, Brazil and Japan. Most countries in mainland Europe and Scandinavia are also represented.