Notable Alumni

We have a worldwide reputation of producing some of the best acting and technical talent in the industry. Alumni lists for each programme can be found on the relevant course page. 


Alumni Tracker (recent and upcoming productions)

Ron Cook in Europe at The Donmar

Tomi Ogbaro in A Midsummer Night's Dream at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre

Natalie Jamieson as Amy Wyatt in Emmerdale 

Kerry Godliman in Afterlife on Netflix

Tom Hopper in The Umbrella Academy on Netflix

Ray Fearon in Fleabag and The Firm at Hampstead Theatre (Written by alumnus Roy Williams)

Tom Mothersdale as Richard III in Headlong Theatre's production. 

Joseph Millson as George Banks in Mary Poppins the Musical

Jo Eaton-Kent in Don't Forget The Driver on BBC 2

Rachel Jackson in Beats which closed the Glasgow Film Festival

Shiloh Coke and Cavan Clarke in Small Island at the National Theatre

Clare Perkins as Emilia at the Vaudevile Theatre

Nenda Neurer in Death of a Salesman at at the Young Vic

Euan Wilson and Elliot Mackenzie in national tour of Zog

Rachel Heaton and Megan Leigh Mason in the national tour of The Worst Witch 

James Hastings in Rags at the Hope Mill Theatre in Manchester

Julia Frith in The Comedy About A Bank Robbery West End company

Rosalie Craig playing the lead in Company at the Gielgud Theatre with Stage Management graduate Ryan Smalley the Deputy Head of Automation.

Katie Brayben in Honour at Park Theatre

Jessica Warbeck as Desdemona in Othello at the Globe.

Kenneth Omole touring Barber Shop Chronicles in the USA. 

Molly Harris has recently finished filming two Hollywood movies, Monsoon, and Artemis Fowl

Nick Karimi and Tom Pickles playing Antipholus and Dromio in RSC’s Comedy of Errors.

Maddy Hill in Casualty

Donna Preston writing and starring in Fully Blown on BBC Three in Spring 2019

Below is a list of some of our most notable alumni. You can also keep up to date with alumni news and productions by following us on Twitter


Notable Alumni Actors and Performers

  • Tom Baker
    (Doctor Who, Little Britain)
  • Mathew Baynton
    (Yonderland, The Wrong Mans', Gavin and Stacey', Horrible Histories, Bill)
  • Lake Bell
    (What Happens in Vegas, No Strings Attached)
  • Katie Brayben
    (Carole King in Beautiful, Winner of 2015 Olivier Awards for Best Actress in a Musical)
  • Ron Cook
    (The Children, Royal Court Theatre, Mr Selfridge, Hot Fuzz, Chocolat)
  • Ruth Connell
    (Supernatural, Folklore, Above Their Station)
  • Rosalie Craig
    (Evening Standard Award Winner and Olivier Award nominee for The Light Princess)
  • Ray Fearon
    (Associate artist at the Royal Shakespeare Company, Da Vinci's Demons, New Blood, Fleabag )
  • Kerry Godliman
    (After Life, Our Girl)
  • Dave Hearn
    (The Play That Goes Wrong, Winner of 2015 Olivier Award for Best Comedy)
  • Greg Hicks
    (Royal Shakespeare Company, Snow White and the Huntsman, Son of God)
  • Malcolm Hebden
    (Coronation Street)
  • Maddy Hill
    (Imogen, Eastenders)
  • Tom Hopper
    (Game of Thrones, The Umbrella Academy)
  • Nerys Hughes
    (The Liver Birds, Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads?)
  • Freddie Jones
    (Emmerdale, The Dresser, The Elephant Man, Dune)
  • Joseph Millson
    (Banished, I Give It A Year, Holby City)
  • Shazia Mirza
    (Comedian and Writer)
  • Tom Mothersdale 
    (Peaky Blinders, The Rain Collector.)
  • Gary Oldman
    (2018 Actor in a Leading Role Oscar Winner for Darkest Hour)
  • Kirsty Oswald
    (Beowulf, Ripper Street, Dirty Weekend)
  • Sam Palladio
    (Nashville, HumansStrange Magic)
  • Clare Perkins
    (Been So Long, EastEnders, Secrets & Lies)
  • Robert Pugh
    (Game of Thrones, Mr. Selfridge, Dr Foster, The Lakes)
  • Lucy Sheen
    (A Pupil, Casualty)
  • David Rodigan
    (Reggae DJ and Broadcaster)

  • Pam St, Clement
  • Hayley Squires
    (I, Daniel Blake - BAFTA nominee and Winner of 2016 Palme d'Or)

Directors and Writers


Technical Artists 

  • Ben Cracknell 
    (Lighting Designer, Winner of a 2014 Olivier Award)
  • Charlie Morgan Jones
    (Lighting Designer: Broadway World Award nominee for Cool Rider).
  • Tom Young 
    (Assistant Lighting Designer of the 2014 Commonwealth Games)


Theatre Companies