Credits Include: Days of Significance and
As You Like It (Royal Shakespeare Company),
Hotel (National Theatre) and Little Shop of Horrors (Regent's Park Open Air Theatre)
Director and Writer
Winner of the Evening Standard Future Theatre Fund Award for Musical Theatre. Her award-winning theatre company Lagahoo Productions focusses on non-traditional and rule-breaking theatre, with an emphasis on telling feminist, queer and Caribbean stories.
Credits Include: Death in Paradise, Hustle and Holby City (BBC).
Credits Include: Fiddler On The Roof (Chichester Festival Theatre), Ghost The Musical (UK Tour), and Show Boat (New London Theatre)
Zoe Murphy (Dear Evan Hansen - 2019 & 2021)
2020 Olivier Awards Nomination - Best Supporting Actress in a Musical - for Dear Evan Hansen.
2020 The Stage Debut Awards Nomination - Best Performer in a Musical - for Dear Evan Hansen.
Credits Include: A Taste of Honey, The Amen Corner (National Theatre), The Producers (national tour), The Master and Margarita (Complicite – Olivier Award nomination).
Credits Include: Happy Valley, The Thin Blue Line (BBC), Shameless (Channel 4) and Everybody's Talking About Jamie (Apollo Theatre)
Credits Include: The Grinning Man (Trafalgar Studios), Avenue Q (Noel Coward Theatre), Sister Act The Musical (London Palladium) and the original West End production of Jonathan Larson’s Tick, Tick… BOOM! (Menier Chocolate Factory)
Actor and Puppeteer
Credits Include: Muppets Most Wanted (Disney), Zingzillas (BBC), Solo: A Star Wars Story (Lucasfilm) and Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (Amblin)
Credits Include: Hairspray (Kuala Lumpur/Singapore Tour), Shrek the Musical (UK Tour), Beautiful: The Carole King Musical (UK Tour).
Credits Include: Dempsey and Makepeace, Emmerdale (ITV), Blake’s 7 and Eastenders (BBC).
Credits Include: Dead Like Me, The Tudors (Showtime) and Smallville (WB).
Credits Include: London Road (National Theatre), Cruising (Bush Theatre), Little Revolution (Almeida Theatre).
Credits Include: Les Miserables (The Palace Theatre), Phantom of the Opera (Her Majesty's Theatre), Original Cast of Miss Saigon (Theatre Royal Drury Lane)
Credits include: Jersey Boys (Prince Edward, London), The King and I (UK tour) and The Dark Knight (Warner Bros.)
Director and Choreographer
Credits Include: Everybody's Talking About Jamie (Apollo Theatre), Company, Into The Woods (Donmar Warehouse) Fiddler on the Roof, The Light in the Piazza (Broadway)
Credits Include: Monsieur Thénardier in Les Misérables (Sondheim Theatre) The Merry Widow (ENO), Twelfth Night (Young Vic), The Jungle (Playhouse Theatre), A Christmas Carol (RSC), Half A Sixpence (Chichester and Noël Coward Theatre), Shrek the Musical (UK Tour), Dickens Abridged (Arts), Soho Cinders & Ex (Soho Theatre), Master Class (Vaudeville), Invisible Man (Menier Chocolate Factory), Noises Off, Peter Pan, Alice in Wonderland, The Wizard of Oz (Birmingham Rep), His Dark Materials (UK Tour), Spamalot (Palace), A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Taming of the Shrew, High Society, Leonardo’s Last Supper, The Two Gentlemen of Verona (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre) and Mary Poppins (Cameron Mackintosh/Disney).
Credits Include: Captain Mack (CITV), Interview with a Hitman, The Backseat.
Credits Include: Holby City, Trust Me (BBC), National Theatre Live: Peter Pan, Wonder.land (National Theatre)
Credits Include: Equus (Gielgud Theatre), Once (Broadway), Narcos (Netflix), Misfits (E4), Holby City (BBC).
Credits Include: Dating Agent in Only Fools and Horses The Musical (Theatre Royal Haymarket), Mr Rye/Cover Mr Poppy in Nativity! The Musical (Hammersmith Apollo and UK Tour), Simeon/Baker in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat (Kilworth House), White Dude in The Toxic Avenger The Musical (The Arts Theatre, Leicester Square and Edinburgh Fringe)
Credits Include: EastEnders, The Street (BBC) and Bulletproof (Sky 1).
Credits Include: Starlings (Sky), Lark Rise to Candleford, Requiem (BBC), Downton Abbey (ITV)
Credits Include: Zootopia (Disney), Thor (Paramount Pictures) and Once Upon A Time (ABC).
Credits include: Eponine in Les Misérables (West End). Nominated to The Stage 25 by Sir Cameron Mackintosh (January 2022)
Credits Include: The Royal Bodyguard (BBC), This Is Jinsy (Sky Atlantic), Paddington (Heyday Films) and The King’s Speech (See Saw Films).
Credits Include: Genius, Death in Paradise, Midsummer Murders, Bonkers, The Bourne Identity, Ally McBeal, In the Name of Love, Darkness Falls.
Credits Include: The Duchess (Paramount), Armando Iannucci's Charm Offensive (Radio 4), The Death of Stalin (Gaumont), The Ferryman (Gielgud Theatre)
Credits Include: Disney's Aladdin (Lyric Theatre Brisbane) and Antony and Cleopatra (National Theatre).
Credits Include: Mark Colvin's Kidney (Upstairs Theatre), Showboat (New London Theatre), Tina the Musical (Aldwych).
Credits Include: Amelie The Musical (West End and Tour. Nominated for three Olivier Awards including Best New Musical), The Windsors: Endgame (West End), The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (UK Tour)
Credits Include: The Sound of Music (Palladium and UK tour), They’re Playing Our Song (Menier Chocolate Factory) and Wonderful Town (UK tour).
Credits Include: Eastenders and Casualty (BBC).
Actor and Campaigner
Peggy-Ann Fraser trained in Acting at Mountview. She has campaigned with Equity and BECTU to improve training for hair and make-up artists in afro hair and Black skin tones.
Credits Include: Babyfather, Eastenders and 55 Degrees North (BBC).
Credits Include: Associate Director for Les Miserables, Oliver!, Wicked and Lend Me A Tenor.
Blithe Spirit (StudioCanal), Gentleman Jack (BBC), The Durrells (ITV). Artistic Director of Hampstead Theatre.
Credits include: The Boys in the Band (Park Theatre, Nominated for the Whatsonstage Award for Best Actor in a Play 2017), The Crown (Netflix), The Vote (Donmar) and Mary Queen of Scots (Focus Features).
Credits include: Lost in London (Waypoint Entertainment) and Derry Girls (Channel 4)
Credits Include: Primeval (ITV), Shetland (BBC), Network (National Theatre) and Betrayal (Harold Pinter Theatre).
Winner of the Evening Standard Future Theatre Fund Award for Musical Theatre. Other credits include Dick Whittington (National Theatre) and Reasons To Be Cheerful (Graeae Theatre Company).
Credits Include: Blood Brothers (Phoenix Theatre), Heathcliff (Hammersmith & UK Tour), Cats (UK Tour) and Aspects of Love (Prince of Wales Theatre).
Actor and TV Presenter
Credits Include: Thoroughly Modern Millie (Shaftesbury Theatre), Shrek The Musical (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane), Wild at Heart and Britain’s Got Talent (ITV1).
An award-winning actress, talent show judge, presenter, singer, fashion designer and author; Amanda Holden truly defines the term 'household name', soon to celebrate 30 years in the entertainment business.
With a career spanning almost three decades she firmly sits on the judging panel of Britain's Got Talent, hosts the biggest commercial radio show Heart Breakfast alongside Jamie Theakston, has her own clothing collection with Fenn Wright Manson, her own homeware collection 'Bundleberry' on QVC and is signed to VirginEMI for an imminent debut album release.
Credits Include: Threepenny Opera, Everyman, London Road, Sweeney Todd (National Theatre), Peaky Blinders (Tiger Aspect), Parade’s End (HBO/BBC)
Credits Include: Action Team (ITV2), The Wrong Mans, Horrible Histories (BBC), Peep Show (Channel 4), Yonderland (Sky One).
Credits Include: Dreamgirls (Savoy Theatre), Jesus Christ Superstar (Winner of the Evening Standard Emerging Talent Award 2016) and The Book of Mormon (Prince of Wales Theatre).
Credits Include: Dreamgirls, Legally Blonde (Savoy Theatre), The Bodyguard (Dominion Theatre), Vera (ITV)
Credits Include: Disney's Aladdin (Prince Edward Theatre), The King and I (London Palladium)
Credits Include: Hairspray (Olivier Award Winner for Best Actress in a Musical 2008), Tick, Tick... BOOM! (Union Theatre)
Frankie Valli in Jersey Boys (West End)
Credits Include: Macbeth (Shakespeare’s Globe), Othello, Much Ado About Nothing (RSC), The Killing of Sister George, Othello, East is East (Birmingham Repertory Theatre).
Ayub Khan Din
Writer and Actor
Credits Include: East Is East, Sammy and Rosie Get Laid, Rafta Rafta.
Credits Include: 21 Chump Street (Tristan Bates Theatre), In the Heights (Southwark Playhouse/King's Cross Theatre), Grease (UK tour), Evita (International tour).
Credits Include: Ivanov and Platonov (Chichester Festival Theatre), Mr Selfridge (ITV), Call the Midwife (BBC1) and original cast of Les Miserables London.
Credits Include: EastEnders (BBC), The Level (ITV) and Doctors (BBC).
Actor, director and writer
Credits Include: Being Julia (Sony Pictures), Brother Sun, Sister Moon (EIA) and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (RSC).
Credits Include: Musical Director (Houston Grand Opera), Production Manager (English National Opera) and Technical Director (Welsh National Opera).
Artistic Director of the Donmar Warehouse. Credits include: Amadeus (National Theatre), Constellations (Royal Court and Duke of York’s Theatre) and If There Is I Haven’t Found It Yet (Roundabout Theatre, New York).
Visual Effects Artist
Credits include: Avatar (20th Century Fox), the Harry Potter Series (Warner Bros) and Spectre (Columbia).
Credits Include: Vera Drake (Winner of British Independent Film Award for Best Supporting Actor 2004), The World’s End (StudioCanal), War Horse (DreamWorks), Happy-Go-Lucky (Winner of the British Independent Film Award for Best Supporting Actor 2008).
Credits include: Les Miserables (Palace Theatre), Oliver! (London Palladium), Stepping Out (Arts Depot), Valley of Song (Finborough Theatre), Finding Your Feet (Eclipse Films & Power Keg Pictures), It's A Sin (Channel 4).
Credits include: Artemis Fowl (Disney), The Ugly One (Park Theatre) and The Village (Theatre Royal Stratford East)
Credits Include: Bloodlands (Larry Cissé), Emmerdale (ITV), Murder on the Orient Express (20th Century Fox), Ready Player One (Amblin), Mount Pleasant (Sky1).
Credits Include: Eurobeat (Turbine Theatre and Online), Fanny in Cinderella: The Socially Distanced Ball (Turbine Theatre), Mr Poppy in Nativity! (UK Tour), George in The Wedding Singer (South Korea), Horton the Elephant in Seussical the Musical (Southwark Playhouse), Theo in Eugenius! (The Other Palace), Emperor Nero Ancestor and Uncle Fester in The Addams Family (UK tour / Asia), Goran in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (UK Tour/West Yorkshire Playhouse) Harry in Made in Dagenham (Adelphi Theatre)
Credits Include: Misfits (E4), Whitechapel (ITV), Line of Duty (BBC), Four Lions (Film4).
Credits include: Side Show (Southwark Playhouse), The Sound of Music (Leicester Curve), Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre - Nominated: Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Musical) and Barnum (Menier Chocolate Factory).
Credits include: Jerusalem (Royal Court), The Dark Earth and the Light Sky (Almeida), King Lear, Henry V, Othello (Shakespeare’s Globe).
Credits include: Les Miserables (25th Anniversary), Dirty Dancing (Aldwych Theatre) and Mary Poppins (Prince Edward Theatre & UK Tour).
Credits include One Man Two Guv'nors (UK Tour), Company (Sheffield Crucible), A Little Night Music and The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole (Menier Chocolate Factory).
Credits include Evita (Adelphi Theatre), Zorro (Garrick Theatre) and Cabaret (UK Tour).
Credits Include: Jersey Boys (West End), SIX (West End), Rent (Hope Mill Theatre, Hair (Turbine Theatre)
Credits Include: Jean Valjean in Les Misérables (Sondheim Theatre), King George in Hamilton (Victoria Palace), Galahad in Spamalot (Harold Pinter & Playhouse Theatres), Robbie Hart in The Wedding Singer (UK Tour), Eddie Souther in Sister Act (UK Tour), Emmett Forrest in Legally Blonde (Curve Theatre, Leicester), Caractacus Potts in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Galahad in Spamalot (UK Tour), Enjolras in Les Misérables (25th Anniversary International Tour), Mark Cohen in Rent (English Theatre Frankfurt), Alternate Chris in Miss Saigon (UK tour)
Actor, Writer and Teacher
Credits include The Danish Girl (Universal), Boy Meets Girl (BBC) and Doctors (BBC).
Kitty Scott-Claus was a finalist on Season 3 of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK in 2021.
Credits Include: An American in Paris (Dominion Theatre), A Damsel in Distress (Chichester Festival Theatre), Assassins (Menier Chocolate Factory).
Credits Include: Big Fish (The Other Palace), Billy Elliot (Victoria Palace Theatre), Les Miserables (Film and Musical), Sweeney Todd (ENO).
Credits Include: Bonnie and Clyde (Arts Theatre), In The Heights (Southwark Playhouse/King's Cross Theatre), Hamilton (Olivier Award Nominee for Best Supporting Actor in a Musical 2018).
Credits Include: The Inspector Lynley Mysteries, Trust Me (BBC), Threepenny Opera (National Theatre), Still Alice (West Yorkshire Playhouse).
Credits include: Desmond's (Channel 4), The Smoke (Sky One) and Our Town (Almeida Theatre).
Credits Include: The Hobbit Trilogy (New Line Cinema), Café Society (FilmNation) and Rebus (ITV).
Giles Terera MBE
Mountview Live Host, Season 1
Giles Terera trained at Mountview. His career has included Candide, Hamlet and Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (National Theatre). He was in the original casts of Avenue Q and Book of Mormon. Most recently he originated the role of Aaron Burr in the London production of Hamilton, for which he won the 2018 Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Musical and appeared in Rosmersholm at the Duke of York’s Theatre. In his 2013 documentary Muse of Fire Giles interviewed many of the world’s leading actors about acting Shakespeare.
Credits include Jamie in Everybody's Talking About Jamie.
Credits include: Priscilla, Queen of the Desert (Palace Theatre), Phantom of the Opera (Her Majesty’s Theatre) and The Rocky Horror Show (UK Tour).
Credits include: The Wizard of Oz (London Palladium), Wicked (UK Tour) and All The Fun Of The Fair (Garrick).
Credits Include: Dogfight (Southwark Playhouse), City of Angels (Donmar Warehouse), Show Boat (Olivier Award Winner for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical 2017)
Actor and Writer
Winner of The Women’s Prize for Playwriting 2020 for Reasons You Should(n’t) Love Me. Other credits include Measure for Measure and The Taming of the Shrew (RSC), Philip Pullman's Grimm Tales (Unicorn) and Unprecedented: Going Forward (BBC4).