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Strange Town Young Actors' Agency

Company Name
Strange Town Young Actors' Agency
Address
c/o Out Of The Blue
36 Dalmeny Street
Edinburgh
EH6 8RG
Work Phone
0131 629 0292
email
info@strangetown.org.uk
contact
Ruth Hollyman
Web URL
http://www.strangetown.org.uk

Strange Town represents young actors aged 5 to 25 and provides quality performers to Nina Gold, Dan Hubbard, Gail Stevens, Kahleen Crawford, Rachel Freck, Orla O’Connor, Colin Jones, Michelle Smith, Suzanne Smith, Simone Pereira-Hind, Shaheen Baig and Karen Lindsay-Stewart, amongst others. We also reach a further 150 children from a wide social demographic, via our weekly drama workshops.

We are user friendly and have the facilities to film auditions in our Edinburgh office, regularly sending tapes to London and internationally based casting directors.

Credits include lead role Orla in forthcoming feature film The Sopranos (working title) (Sony/Sigma Films), featured role Marjorie in feature film Outlaw King (Sigma Films/Anonymous Content), regular role Ruby McLean in River City (BBC), regular roles in TV series Logan High (BBC iPlayer), lead role Duncan in forthcoming feature film Boyz In The Wood (Breadthief Films), lead role Orla in the West End transfer of Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour (National Theatre of Scotland/Live Theatre/Sonia Friedman Productions), Fergus in feature film T2: Trainspotting (Cloud Eight, DNA, Decibel, TriStar), Young Holly (regular) in drama series Clique (BBC3), lead role Lauren in Millie Inbetween (Zodiak Kids for CBBC), feature film Tell It To The Bees (Daisy Allsop/Nick Hill/Film i Vast/Filmgate Films), drama series In Plain Sight (World Productions for ITV), feature film Tommy’s Honour (Gutta Percha), regular in drama series One of Us (BBC), Outlander (Sony/Starz), Stonemouth (BBC 2), comedy series Mountain Goats (BBC Scotland), Murder (Touchpaper TV for BBC), Case Histories (BBC: lead role), as well as various commercials (Irn Bru, RBS, Sainsburys, Visit Scotland) and stage productions such as Scottish Opera's Madama Butterfly and Tim Crouch/Royal Court’s production of Adler & Gibb.