Lewis Howden is currently appearing in Deathtrap at the Dundee Rep, directed by Johnny McKnight, through until 10th March.
Sally Reid is currently appearing in Party Politics at the Oran Mor Theatre, directed by Maggie Kinloch, through until 3rd March.
Farshid Rokey is currently appearing in Elephant at the Birmingham Rep Theatre, directed by Lucy Morrison, through until 24th March.
Colin Mace can be seen as Mr Hammond in Endeavour on Sunday 18th February, ITV at 8pm.
Jessica Regan guest stars as Maxine O’Boyle in Casualty on Saturday 17th February, BBC1 at 8.20pm.
Roger Barclay appears as Gareth Mills in new 3-part drama written by Mike Bartlett Trauma which will be shown on 3 consecutive nights beginning on Monday 12th February, ITV at 9pm.
Robin Weaver can be seen as Molly Cooperstone in Endeavour on Sunday 11th February, ITV at 8pm.
Call The Midwife
Still Open All Hours
Alexander Kirk can be seen as Mr Grimwold in Still Open All Hours on Sunday 11th February, BBC1 at 7.30pm.
Long Day’s Journey Into Night
Jessica Regan is currently appearing as Cathleen in Long Day’s Journey Into Night for the Wyndham’s Theatre West End, directed by Richard Eyre, through until 8th April, after which it tours to New York and LA through until 1st July.
Thusitha Jayasundera is currently appearing in The Divide for the Old Vic Theatre, directed by Annabel Bolton through until 10th February.
Alex Austin is currently appearing in Gundog for the Royal Court, directed by Vicky Featherstone, through until 10th March.
Holly Atkins can be seen as Benny’s Mum in the final episode of Witless on Friday 9th February, BBC1 at 11.55pm.
Next of Kin
Cath Whitefield can be seen in episode 5 of Next of Kin on Monday 5th February, ITV at 9pm.
Two Doors Down
Jamie Quinn returns as Ian in the new series of Two Doors Down which begins on Monday 29th January, BBC2 at 10pm.
Roger Barclay can be seen as Dr Robin Grey in Endeavour on Sunday 4th February, ITV at 8pm.
Robin Weaver can be seen as Fran Rafferty in episode 5 of Hard Sun on Saturday 3rd February, BBC1 at 9.30pm.
Ian Hughes is currently appearing in Eugenius at The Other Palace, directed by Ian Talbot, through until 3rd March.
Mark Jax is currently appearing in Pressure for Touring Consortium Theatre, directed by Jon Dove, through until 28th April. For full dates, check here:
Martin Hyder is currently appearing in The Culture for Hull Truck, directed by Mark Babych, through until 17th February.
Joseph Thompson is currently appearing in Yous Two at Hampstead Theatre, directed by Chelsea Walker, through until 24th February.
Paul Hunter is currently appearing in Napoleon Disrobed for Told By An Idiot at Plymouth, Arcola and Birmingham, through until 24th March. For full dates check here:
Goldy Notay can be seen as Noor in Eastenders on Friday 2nd February, BBC1 at 8pm.
Call The Midwife Series 7
Mischief Movie Night
Charlie Russell stars in new improv show Mischief Movie Night at the Arts Theatre through until the end of January.
Roger Barclay appears as William Brackley in the first episode in the new series of Vera on Sunday 7th January, ITV at 8pm.
Siobhan McSweeney stars as Sister Michael in new comedy series Derry Girls which begins on Thursday 4th January, Channel 4 at 10pm.