Freya Allan

Freya Allan returns to the role of Ciri in the second season of The Witcher. Allan is set to make her film debut in action thriller Gunpowder Milkshake, set for release in 2021.

It follows two assassins who must join forces on the run to take down a male-dominated crime syndicate they used to work for. Amongst others Allan will star alongside Lena Headey and Paul Giamatti.

Allan featured in the three-part BBC drama adaptation of H.G Wells’ War Of The Worlds (2019). Set in Edwardian London, life as it is known is interrupted by a Martian invasion of Earth. Allan played the role of ‘Mary’ and featured alongside Rafe Spall and Eleanor Tomlinson. As well as this, Allan played Kail in The Third Day in 2020, written by Dennis Kelly and starring Jude Law.

In 2018 Allan made her television debut on AMC’s Into The Badlands as ‘Young Minerva’. The series follows a warrior and a young boy who journey through a dangerous feudal land together seeking enlightenment. Allan has appeared in various short films, including: Captain Fierce (2017), Christmas Tree (2017) and Bluebird (2017).

Anya Chalotra

British stage and screen actress Anya Chalotra reprises her role as the powerful sorceress, Yennefer in Season 2 of The Witcher.

Chalotra’s further television credits include the series’ Sherwood (2019), The ABC Murders (2018), and Wanderlust (2018). In addition to her television work, Chalotra has an impressive on-stage portfolio, performing in The Village at the Theatre Royal Stratford East (2018), and in Much Ado About Nothing at TheGlobe(2017). Most recently, she portrayed Sabine in Peter Gynt at the National Theatre.

Henry Cavill

Cavill gained international stardom for his dual role as ‘Clark Kent’ and ‘Superman’ in Warner Bros.’ Man Of Steel. The film was a box office success, grossing more than $668 million worldwide, and stamped its place in history as the highest-grossing standalone Superman film to date. Cavill reprised his role in the hit films Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice and Justice League.

Most recently, Cavill led the Netflix drama series, The Witcher, based on the fantasy saga of the same name by Polish writer Andrzej Sapkowski. The series, anchored by Henry’s performance as ‘Geralt of Rivia’, was Netflix’s #1 most watched premiere series of all time (76 million households). Next up, he will star in Legendary’s Enola Holmes, opposite Millie Bobby Brown and Helena Bonham Carter.

BasedontheNancySpringerbookseries“TheEnolaHolmes Mysteries,” Cavill will take on the iconic role of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes. The film follows Sherlock and Mycroft Holmes’ much younger sister, Enola. Cavill starred as ‘August Walker’ in Mission: Impossible – Fallout opposite Tom Cruise. Directed by Christopher McQuarrie, the film was released by Paramount Pictures on July 27, 2018 to critical acclaim.

It went on to make $791 million at the global box office, making it the highest-grossing instalment in the blockbuster franchise. He made his feature film debut in the Kevin Reynold-directed The Count Of Monte CRISTO. Cavill’s additional credits include David Raymond’s psychological thriller Nomis, the Golden Globe- nominated Showtime series The Tudors, Woody Allen’s romantic comedy Whatever Works, Guy Ritchie’s The Man From U.N.C.L.E., and the action film Immortals, for director Tarsem Singh.

Cavill launched his own production company, Promethean Productions, which focuses on developing original storytelling in film, TV and live events with a charitable component.

Born in the Channel Islands, Cavill is deeply involved in philanthropicactivities. HeistheAmbassadorforDurrellWildlife Conservation Trust, a conservation organisation that seeks to save species from extinction. He also works closely with The Royal Marines Charity (RMC), a charity that raises money to provide a better quality of life to both serving and retired Royal Marines and their families.