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As a Scottish stage and television actor, David Tennant built up celebrated turns in such acclaimed productions as Blackpool and Casanova before going on to play the title role in Doctor Who for four years. Since then, he has continued to play to great acclaim in Broadchurch, its US remake Gracepoint, and Marvel Comics’ Netflix hit Jessica Jones, while his stage credits have included playing the title characters in the RSC’s productions of Hamlet and Richard II. National Television Award recipient David takes the starring roles in Bad Penny Entertainment’s Mad to Be Normal and You, Me & Him.


American star Elisabeth Moss has been lighting up screens in every appearance she’s made for over 15 years. Moss first rose to prominence with her long-running role as President’s daughter Zoey Bartlet in the award-winning The West Wing, which she followed up with a turn as Peggy Olson in the equally-acclaimed Mad Men. She has also been nominated for a Tony Award for The Heidi Chronicles, while in the film her appearances have included playing opposite Angelina Jolie and Winona Ryder in Girl, Interrupted; the comedies Get Him to the Greek and Did You Hear About the Morgans?. Among other awards, Moss has been the recipient of the Screen Actors Guild Award, Critics’ Choice Award, and the Golden Globe. She lends her versatile talents to Mad to Be Normal.


Award-winning Irish actor Gabriel Byrne has received much attention for his commanding presence in such acclaimed films as the Coen Brothers’ Miller’s Crossing, Little Women, The Usual Suspects, and Jim Jarmusch’s Dead Man, while maintaining a presence in such blockbusters as The Man in the Iron Mask, Stigmata, and Assault On Precinct 13. In addition to various stage roles, Byrne has also been seen on television, most notably winning a Golden Globe for his leading part in the series In Treatment. Gabriel gives yet another fine performance in Mad to Be Normal.


Peter Davison is best known for two beloved roles – as the country vet Tristan Farnon in the television version of James Herriot’s All Creatures Great and Small, and as the Fifth Doctor in Doctor Who – but has been a constant presence on British television since the 1970s, while his film credits include Black Beauty and Parting Shots. Davison makes an appearance in the independent horror film End of Term.


First rising to prominence as a Shakespearean actor, playing the leads in Hamlet, Othello, Macbeth and various others, Michael Gambon is one of the United Kingdom’s most treasured actors. His distinctive, distinguished appearance can be recognised in such well-loved films as Sleepy Hollow, Gosford Park, and the modern gangster classic Layer Cake. However, he is undoubtedly best-known for his role as Harry Potter’s wise mentor, Professor Dumbledore. We are proud to present Gambon continuing his usual high standard of performance, with a devastatingly affecting part in Mad to Be Normal.


As a young British actress, Lucy Punch worked with French and Saunders on their comedy Let Them Eat Cake before moving to Hollywood, and has divided her time between US and UK productions ever since. While she has played many dramatic roles and undertaken much theatre work, she remains most noted for the comic turns she has given in such films as Ella Enchanted, Hot Fuzz, opposite Cameron Diaz in Bad Teacher, opposite Meryl Streep in Into the Woods and in Woody Allen’s You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger. Lucy plays You, Me & Him’s main role of Olivia.


A young British actress, Faye Marsay has played in both acclaimed British productions such as the BBC’s The White Queen, the acclaimed hit Pride and, opposite Helena Bonham-Carter, in television’s Love, Nina, as well as blockbuster US hits such as the film Need for Speed and the television epic Game of Thrones. Faye plays Olivia’s younger partner, Alex, in You, Me & Him.

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