Wednesday, July 10, 2013

All at Sea casting news

Screenterrier posted a casting call back in February for a new CBBC series which has been shooting in Manchester since May and is due to hit our screens in September.

The 13 episode comedy drama series centres around 10-year-old Charlie, a highly imaginative boy with heroic leadership skills, qualities that combine to create amazing adventures and terrible chaos.

Charlie, his parents and his brother and sister have just moved to Scarborough from London, downsizing to a family home that doubles as a B&B. Life at the seaside is new to everyone and Charlie loves the freedom, his new friends and their exploits, while his family can’t understand how he creates such havoc around them.

12 year old Ryan Wilkinson (represented by Scream Management) landed the lead role of Charlie in new CBBC drama All at Sea (aka Family By Sea and Charlie and the Alien). Ryan, from Manchester, has previously appeared in Shameless, Doctors and the Secret of Crickley Hall.

14 year old Milly Zero (represented by Bonnie & Betty) from London plays Charlie's older sister Hannah. Milly appeared in the CBBC documentary series Show Me What You're Made Of, and is about to start at the Brit School.

11 year old Olivia Cosgrove (represented by Scream Management) from Manchester landed the role of Alison, Olivia has previously appeared in an episode of Moving On and Sally Lindsay's Little Cracker.

11 year old Sam Hattersley from South Yorkshire (represented by Mark Jermin Management) plays Ben. Sam previously appeared in the BBC's Accidental Farmer and goes to Starstruck Performing Arts Academy in Doncaster.

Written by Brian Lynch, produced by Juliet Charlesworth and executive produced by Connal Orton, All At Sea is directed by Matt Bloom and Paul Murphy and expected to screen on CBBC in September 2013.


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