Julia Jentsch was born in Berlin in 1978. After finishing school she went on to study at the renowned acting school Ernst Busch. She started her career in theatre at the Kammerspiele in Munich where she was a member of the ensemble between 2001 and 2006.
In 2004 she appeared in Hans Weingartner‘s film The Edukators which made her famous and one of the most sought after actresses of her generation over night. A year later she took the lead in Marc Rothemund‘s Sophie Scholl: The Final Days. She received numerous award for her portrayel of Sophie Scholl, amongst them Best European Actress, the Silver Bear in Berlin, the German Film Award. The film went on to be nominated as best non-English speaking film at the Oscars in 2005.
Evers since then Julia Jentsch is also seen internationionally. In recent years she worked with Hermine Huntgeburtgh (Effie Briest), Margarethe von Trotta (Hannah Ahrend) and Antonin Svoboda (The Strange Case of Wilhelm Reich). In the beginning of 2016 she was seen in 24 Weeks in competition at the Berlinale, where she was part of the International Jury in 2017.
Together with her husband and daughter Julia Jentsch lives near Zurich.
Sebastian Zimmler was born in East Berlin in 1981. After finishing his degree in acting at the Ernst Busch acting school he was working at the Schaubühne and the Hebbel-Theatre in Berlin. Since 2009 he is a permanent member of the Thalia Theater company in Hamburg.
Guy Burnet was born and grew up in central London with his family coming from much further a field. He is multilingual and has an ear for many different accents.
Having worked in UK in the theater world, television and film, Guy, more recently finished a successful run as the lead on the broadway production of Murder In The First to rave reviews.
Since then he was a supporting lead in Lionsgate’s Mortdecai playing Ewan McGregor’s partner along side Johnny Depp and in the upcoming Zoe Cassevetes film Day out of days.
Currently shooting Ray Donovan for Showtime, he has a great love for boxing and football.
Bibiana Beglau began appearing on the stages of German-speaking theater immediately upon being graduated from the Hamburg Hochschule for Music and Theater. She performed regularly under the direction of Christoph Marthaler, Einar Schleef, Frank Castorf and Luk Perceval before winning national and international acclaim for her leading role in Volker Schlöndorff’s feature film The Legend of Rita.
Bibiana Beglau has been the recipient of many awards, including the Berlinale Silver Bear for best actress, the Ulrich Wildgruber Prize and the Adolf Grimme Prize. In addition to theatrical engagements at German-speaking theaters including the Vienna Burgtheater, Schauspielhaus Zurich, Schaubühne Berlin and the Thalia Theater Hamburg, Bibiana Beglau has performed in many film and television productions including The Murderer and His Child, The Ninth Day, Florian Hoffmeister´s 3 Degrees Colder and Under the Ice.
Aljoscha Stadelmann was born in Wuppertal in 1974. After graduating from school, he got his first theatre experience working as an assistant director at the Schauspielhaus Bochum. From 1994 until 1997, he studied acting at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Hamburg. He went on to perform as a company player and featured actor at renowned theatres like Schauspiel Leipzig (1997-1999), Staatstheater Kassel (1999-2001), Theater Basel (2001-2006), Schauspiel Frankfurt (2006-2009) and Schauspiel Hannover (2009-2013). In 2013, Stadelmann joined the ensemble of the Deutsche Schauspielhaus in Hamburg.
In addition to his stage career, Aljoscha Stadelmann regularly appears in film and TV productions. On the big screen, he was seen in Olivier Assayas’ acclaimed thriller Carlos as well as in Clouds of Sils Maria.
Born 1982 in Flensburg. 2006 he graduated from the Academy of acting Ernst Busch Berlin. From 2006–2009 he was member of the ensemble at the Thalia Theater Hamburg. From 2009 till 2016 he performed at the Deutsches Theater in Berlin.
Raffiella Chapman is a very young actress, so far she has starred in The Theory of Everything, as well as Tim Burton`s Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children.
Ronald Pickup was born on June 7, 1940 in Chester, England as Ronald Alfred Pickup. He is an actor, known for Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, The Mission and Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.
Gina Bellman (born 10 July 1966) is a New Zealand-born British Jewish actress best known for her performances as Jane Christie on the BBC’s hit comedy show Coupling and as grifter Sophie Devereaux on the 2008 TNT television series Leverage.
She has also appeared in several feature films including King David, which starred Richard Gere and Edward Woodward, Secret Friends, Leon the Pig Farmer, and Silent Trigger.
In 2013, Bellman narrated poetry for The Love Book App, an interactive anthology of love literature developed by Allie Byrne Esiri. In late 2013, she played the role of “The Italian Woman” in the National Theatre’s production of the Georg Kaiser play From Morning to Midnight.
In 2015, Bellman appeared as Vivien Leigh in the European premiere of the Austin Pendleton play Orson’s Shadow, at the Southwark Playhouse in London.