Ghosthunter | Cast

Charlie Fielding - Frank Finlay

  • Frank FinlayFrank Finlay's most notable credits include "Chips With Everything" for the Royal Court and the Vaudeville Theatre, for which he won the Clarence Derwent Best Actor Award; "Othello" playing Iago to Sir Laurence Olivier's Othello; "Much Ado About Nothing"; "Saturday, Sunday, Monday" directed by Franco Zefferelli for the National Theatre, Old Vic and Queen's Theatre; "Amadeus", playing Salieri for Her Majesty's London Theatre, for which he received the 1981 Man of the Year Award; "The Cherry Orchard" at the Haymarket Theatre and a UK tour; and the Bromley and National tour productions of "The Heiress", "Woman in Black" and "Laughter on the 23rd Floor".

    On television, Finlay was nominated for a BAFTA Best Actor Award for the title role in "Casanova", and received two BAFTA Best Actor Awards for the title role in "The Death of Adolf Hitler" and as Sancho Panza in "Don Quixote" opposite Rex Harrison. His other television credits include "Julius Caesar", "Les Miserables", Noel Coward’s "This Happy Breed", Ingmar Bergman’s "The Lie", "Candide", "The Merchant of Venice", "Bouquet of Barbed Wire" and the sequel "Another Bouquet", for which he received the TV Times Actor of the Year, "84 Charing Cross Road", Lord Olivier’s production of "Saturday, Sunday, Monday", "Arc De Triumphe" with Anthony Hopkins, "Stalin" with Robert Duvall for HBO, "Charlemagne" and "Sherlock Holmes" among many others. He has been seen most recently in two series of the comedy drama of "How Do You Want Me"; "The Leprechauns" "The Sins" and the Channel 4 drama, "Longitude".

    Finlay reprised his stage role as Iago opposite Sir Laurence Olivier for the film version of "Othello" and was nominated for an Oscar, Golden Globe and BAFTA awards. His other numerous film credits include "The Longest Day", "Private Potter", "The Informers", "Hot Enough for June", "A Study in Terror", "Cromwell", "The Molly Maguires", "The Three Musketeers", "The Four Musketeers", "The Return of the Musketeers", "The Wild Geese", "The Thief of Baghdad", "Enigma", "The Return of the Soldier", "A Christmas Carol", "The Key", Franco Zefferelli’s "Sparrow", "Limited Edition" with Terence Stamp ,"The Road to Glory" and "Dreaming of Joseph Lees".

    Frank Finlay was made a Commander of the British Empire in 1984 by way of the New Year’s Honours List presented by Queen Elizabeth.

Audrey Hicks - June Watson

  • June WatsonJune Watson's extensive television credits include amongst others, "Prime Suspect II", "Inspector Morse - Absolute Conviction", "Jonathan Creek", "Common As Muck" and "Highlander: World Without End", "Z Cars", "Angels", "The Further Adventures of Oliver Twist", "Waterloo Sunset", "Skin Deep", Taggart", "Eastenders", "Shoot For The Sun", "Capital City", "The Bill", "Casualty", "Doctor Finlay", "Kavanagh QC2, "Berkeley Square", "Where The Heart Is", "Holby City" and "In a Land of Plenty"

    Her film credits include, "Bloody Kids", "The Knowledge", "The Last Yellow" and "102 Dalmatians".

    Her theatre credits include, "The War of the Roses" with The English Shakespeare Company, "The Beggars Opera", "Il Campiello", "State of the Revolution", "Sir is Waiting", "Lark Rise", The Passion", "The World Turned Upside Down", "Billy Liar", "Our Lady of Sligo", "As I Lay Dying", "Machinal", "Whale", "Le Cid", "Cardiff East" and "Rutherford and Son" all at the Royal National Theatre and "Small Change", "Saved", "Glasshouses" and "Beside Herself" at the Royal Court.

Sarah Anderson - Alison Reddihough

  • Alison ReddihoughAlison Reddihough has many years of film, television, commercials and theatre experience which includes the short film "The Essay", 2 series of the BBC sitcom "Health and Efficiency", and theatre productions of "Lend Me A Tenor", "Second From Last in the Sack Race", "Haven", "Death of a Salesman", "Murder at the Vicarage", "Your Money or Your Wife", "The Lost Continent" and several pantomimes all over the country. Alison has also appeared in commercials for "Utterly Butterly",  the Government's "Don't Drink and Drive" campaign "Oil of Ulay" and "Sky Digital".

    Alison started producing in the theatre with the variety group Sweet Fanny Adams. She then went on to produce and act in a production of "Arms and the Man" for Orpheus Theatre Company and in 1992 she co-founded the Ideal Theatre Company and commissioned, produced and acted in several plays including "These Men" and "Dead Dogs and Englishwomen".

    She has written a full length play entitled "The Adventures of a One Bedroomed Flat in Tooting" and had several poems published.

Anne Hicks - Jacqueline Phillips

  • Jacqueline PhillipsJacqueline Phillips trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School where she won the Chesterton Award. Her television and film credits include "Picking Up The Pieces", "The Man Who Knew Too Little", "Casualty", "Sharman", "Wycliffe" and "Spender".

    She has worked in repertory theatres all over the country and her theatre credits include "Macbeth", "Beauty and the Beast", "They Shoot Horses..", "Oleanna", "Hot 'N Throbbing", "Kafka's Dick", "Richard III", "An Ideal Husband", "How The Other Half Loves", "Dangerous Corner" and "Candida".

Emily Fielding - Josie Kidd

  • Josie KiddJosie Kidd trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. Her television credits include "Family Affairs", "Silent Witness", "The Bill", "London's Burning", "Wycliffe", "Eastenders", "Goodnight Sweetheart", "Castles", "Moon and Son", "Ruth Rendall Mysteries", "Last of the Summer Wine", "Bread", "No Place Like Home", "Galloping Galaxies" and "Ladies in Charge".

    Her extensive theatre credits include "The Cemetery Club", "The Farndale Murder Mystery", "Communicating Doors", "Noises Off", "Northanger Abbey", "Present Laughter", "Cavalcade", "Woman in Mind", "Sticky Wickets", "See How They Run", "A Chorus of Disapproval", "Blithe Spirit", "Relatively Speaking", "Gaslight", "Bedroom Farce", "Stepping Out", "A Doll's House" and "The Flip Side".

Hooded Figures

  • The Hoods Bill Bostock
    Ben Bower
    Jason Coop
    Simon Corris
    Alain Levin
    Michael Macdonald
    Doug Manning
    Richard Perry
    Dugald Scott
    Michael Singleton
    Hannah Smith
    Graham Tippet
    Paul Watkins

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