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We are proud to represent 21 carefully selected artists. Please see below for our latest news, or click through to see our Men or our Women.

Welcome to Kleopatra Andreou

Welcome to our newest member, Kleopatra Andreou, who trained at the prestigious Ecole Philippe Gaulier.

Richard de Winter

And a warm welcome also to Richard de Winter, who trained at the Royal Academy of Music.

Catherine Rowney: Heisenberg (Wyndhams)

Congratulations to Catherine, who has been cast as understudy to Ann-Marie Duff in Heisenberg: The Uncertainty Principle (by Simon Stephens). Co-starring Kenneth Cranham, the production runs 3 October 2017 to 6 January 2018 at Wyndhams in the West End.

She has also been cast as a pathologist in an episode of Emmerdale, to be screened on 12 October. Catherine is the third Crescent client in 12 months to be cast in Emmerdale!

Meanwhile, the AA Designated-Driver campaign in which Catherine appeared has won a gold arrow for Best Charity Campaign, gold at the Clio Awards 2017 and a silver arrow for Best over 30sec at the British Arrow awards (#TheBA17).

Jane Scott: Emmerdale

Late last year Jane appeared in an episode (directed by Brett Fallis) of Emmerdale for ITV.

Jane can be also seen in the video for the new single, Apparition, by Liverpool psychedelic pop band Stealing Sheep. The video was directed by Dougal Wilson.

Chris Courtenay: audiobook

Chris is currently recording an audiobook of The Artist, the Philosopher and the Warrior (by Paul Strathern).

He has just concluded a production of Richard III (Antic Disposition TC), playing Lord Hastings. After touring England and France over July and August, the show ran at Middle Temple Church in central London until mid-September.


Amy Harris: The Snow Dragon

We are delighted to announce that Amy will be appearing in the upcoming tour of The Snow Dragon for Tall Stories TC, playing Mum, Rosie and the Wolf

This follows on from a lengthy and successful tour as the Witch in Room on the Broom - covering the UK, the USA, Dubai, Hong Kong and Singapore - also for Tall Stories.

Amy has also successfully auditioned for a role in the short film Swimming


Charles Neville: Richard III

Charles will be reprising his roles of Pistol and the Archbishop of Canterbury in a short tour of Henry V for Antic Disposition TC in France next January.

He has just concluded a production of Richard III (also for Antic), playing Edward IV (and the Mayor of London and the Earl of Oxford). After touring England and France over July and August, the show ran at Middle Temple Church in central London until mid September.

Lyla S.Abass: Twelfth Night

Lyla appeared as a gender-swapped Valentina (Valentine) in the all-singing, all-dancing Twelfth Night: Bollywood What You Will at St Giles in the Fields and the John Lyon Theatre, the City Lit, in July:




John Aston: France tour

From 1 to 4 September 2017 John took on yet another of his annual tours of First World War battlefields in northern France for the Martin Randall Touring Company, reciting poems from the works of Siegfried Sassoon, Wilfred Owen and others. He has also just filmed an internet ad, Driving Safely, produced by Happy Finish.

Olivia Bussey: Her Future Campaign

Olivia performed in an event for the #HerFuture campaign as part of the Family Planning Summit 2017.

Lewis Chandler: A Midsummer Night\'s Dream

Earlier this summer Lewis played Flute in A Midsummer Night\'s Dream, produced by Creation Theatre Company, based in Oxford.

Laurie Coldwell: English Theatre of Vienna

Laurie has just returned from Austria touring The Hound of the Baskervilles for the English Theatre of Vienna, playing Sherlock Holmes.

Charlotte Driessler: Human Zoo

Charlotte performed with The Human Zoo Theatre Company (www.thehumanzootheatrecompany.co.uk/) in Theatre on the Market (Croydon) in July.

Kim Hausler: Lion and Unicorn

Kim appeared as Edith and Mandy in an apocalyptic dystopian comedy, The Community, described as The Office meets The Hunger Games  1-5 August at the Lion and the Unicorn Theatre as part of the Camden Fringe:


Lachlan McCall: Roseliska

Lachlan played Count Polinski in Roseliska, an early 19th-century melodrama performed at Portchester Castle, on the site of a performance of the same play by French prisoners of war over 200 years ago:


Stella Ross: Black Comedy

Stella played Helen in the new black comedy Come Die With Me on 20 July as part of the New Writing Festival Showcase at the Barons Court Theatre.

Simon Scardanelli: Bollywood movie

Simon can be seen later this year in a Tamil-language movie, Love Otsvam, directed by the award-winning Bollywood writer and director Hum Tum (aka Teri Meri Kahaani). Simon plays an English gentleman - and is looking forward to hearing himself dubbed into Tamil!

Jonathan Scholey: Helsinki gig

Jonathan recently appeared in Helsinki playing the Guide in the stage play Angels Share (for Niko and the Navigators TC). In a busy few weeks he has also completed a film, The Three Laws, directed by Alexander Parnell for Norwich University of the Arts, and presented his solo clown show, Mrs Jonjo Has Missed the Point Entirely, as part of the @LondonClownFest:

Through tears of laughter the audience watched as Mrs JonJo narrated and acted out the story - VADA Magazine
...brilliant parody...a great deadpan delivery - The Reviews Hub