Screen Unveils 2013 UK Stars of Tomorrow

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Screen Unveils 2013 UK Stars of Tomorrow


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Screen International is today unveiling its 2013 UK Stars of Tomorrow. This annual feature spotlights up-and-coming actors and filmmakers that will be making waves in the years to come.

The 2013 Class of Screen International UK Stars of Tomorrow are listed below in alphabetical order.THE ACTORS

Raffey CassidyThis 11-year-old from Greater Manchester, will next star opposite George Clooney.

Antonia ClarkeThe 18-year-old from Hammersmith will play twins in BBC2's The Thirteenth Tale.

Rosie DayThe Winchester-born 18-year-old stars in this month's release The Seasoning House.

Franz DramehHackney-born Attack the Block star will next appear opposite Tom Cruise in All You Need Is Kill.

Cush JumboOlivier-nominated East Londoner is set to play Josephine Baker on stage.

Matt KaneThe Bristol-born actor is busy in the US with an ABC Family TV series and starring opposite Kevin Kline in The Last of Robin Hood.

Malachi KirbySouth Londoner crosses between indie films like Gone Too Far, theatre, and TV's Lawless.

Dimitri LeonidasWembley-born Leonidas stars opposite George Clooney, Matt Damon, Bill Murray and John Goodman in The Monuments Men.

Rose LeslieThis London-based LAMDA graduate has appeared in Downton Abbey and Game of Thrones.

Stacy MartinThis half-French, half-English young actress landed a pivotal role in Lars von Trier's hotly anticipated Nymphomaniac.

Freya MavorScottish actress is working in France as well as appearing in Sunshine on Leith and The White Queen.

Bill MilnerThe former star of Son of Rambow took the lead in Broken and next appears in Locke, Barking At Trees and The 7.39.

Luke NewberryDevon-born 23-year-old has a cult following after BBC3's In The Flesh.

James NortonThe North Yorkshire-born Cambridge graduate will appear in Mike Leigh's JMW Turner biopic.

Chloe PirrieEdinburgh-born actress has starred in Shell and appeared on Channel 4's Black Mirror.

Will PoulterWest London-born Milner follows his Son of Rambow and Narnia beginnings with We're The Millers (opposite Jennifer Aniston) and Fox's The Maze Runner shooting in the US.

Ed SkreinEast London-based Skrein got his break in friend Plan B's iLL Manors and has landed roles in Game of Thrones and The Tunnel.THE FILMMAKERS

Joe BartonBrighton-born, London-based Barton's sci-fi thriller Invasion is in development with Raw, the company behind The Imposter.

Cathy BradyThe Northern Ireland-born filmmaker is a recent NFTS graduate and her short film Wasted premieres at the Edinburgh International Film Festival this week.

The Brothers LynchDavid and Keith Lynch, born in South Shields and raised in Essex, plan to shoot a sci-fi thriller called Residual.

Matthew Butler and Tori HartThe pair behind Fizz and Ginger Films will work with the likes of Ian McKellan on their 1730s-set zombie comedy The Curse Of The Buxom Strumpet.

Jon CrokerThe Cambridge-educated writer has landed hot projects such as the big-screen Paddington and the follow-up to The Woman In Black.

Rachel De-LahayHer work at the Royal Court is acclaimed and she is now working with Film4 on her debut film script set in her native Birmingham.

Afarin EghbalEghbal was born in Tehran and studied at the University of Leeds and Central St Martin's before the NFTS, where her graduation short Abuelas earned a BAFTA nomination. …

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