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At The Foundry, we work closely with our clients to mould and craft their careers in a highly collaborative way. With a very personalised approach, our agents work with small and focused client lists.

We want to be at the forefront of positive change in the entertainment industry and beyond. Working mainly with people from underrepresented groups, each agent has their own individual focus which includes furthering representation on stage and screen for people of colour, the LGBTQ+ community, disabled artistes and actors from working-class backgrounds. We believe that productions need to reflect the world around us.




The Watchers (Warner Bros), One Day (Netflix), Boarders (BBC), Doctor Who (BBC), The Winter King (Bad Wolf), Vigil (BBC), Dinner with the Parents (Amazon), The Following Events Are Based on a Pack of Lies (BBC), Wednesday (Netflix), Captain Laserhawk: Blood Dragon Remix (Netflix),  Arthur's Whisky (Sky), The Power (Amazon), Ruby Speaking (ITVX), Litvinenko (ITV), Count Abdulla (ITV), X-Men '97 (Marvel), Wedding Season (Disney), The Witcher: Blood Origin (Netflix), Anansi Boys (Amazon), Star Wars: Andor (Disney), Nolly (ITV), Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (Marvel), The Baby (Sky/HBO), Sherwood (BBC), Mood (BBC), Arcane (Netflix), Foundation (Apple), Riches (Amazon Studios), We Are Lady Parts (Working Title Television for Channel 4), It's A Sin (Red Production Company for Channel 4/HBO), Arcane (Netflix), The Witcher (Netflix), Intergalactic (Sky), Normal People (BBC/Hulu), Friday Night Dinner (Big Talk for Channel 4), Steven Soderbergh's The Girlfriend Experience (Starz), Outlander (Left Bank Pictures for Amazon/Netflix), Pennyworth (Warner Horizon), The Windsors (Channel 4), Sick of It (Sky), Orange Is The New Black (Netflix), Years and Years (Red Productions for BBC/HBO), Taken Down (Spiral Pictures for RTÉ) and Inside No. 9 (BBC)


Hello, Dolly! (The London Palladium), Burlesque The Musical (Original Cast), Withnail and I (Birmingham Rep),The Duchess of Malfi (Shakespeare's Globe), Appropriate (2nd Stage, Broadway), Portia Coughlan (Almeida Theatre), Cowbois (RSC), The Father and the Assassin (National Theatre), Grey House (Lyceum Theatre, Broadway), Macbeth (Shakespeare's Globe), Pygmalion (The Old Vic), The Wizard of Oz (West End and UK Tour), Fun Home (Gate Theatre, Dublin), The Comedy of Errors (Shakespeare's Globe), Brokeback Mountain (Soho Place Theatre), Bleak Expectations (Criterion Theatre), Every Leaf A Hallelujah (Regent's Park Open Air Theatre), You Bury Me (Paines Plough), My Neighbour Totoro (RSC), The Famous Five (Chichester Festival Theatre), 2:22 A Ghost Story (West End & UK Tour), Cabaret (West End), Much Ado About Nothing (National Theatre), Britannicus (Lyric Hammersmith), The Cherry Orchard (ETT),  LOVE (National Theatre, European Tour and NYC), Fantastically Great Women Who Changed The World (Original Cast and album), Last Easter (Orange Tree Theatre), Brief Encounter (both Watermill Theatre), The Kite Runner (UK and Dubai Tour), Barber Shop Chronicles (Fuel & National Theatre - UK and NYC), Matilda the Musical (International Tour, US Tour and West End), Once (UK and Ireland Tour), The Lehman Trilogy (National Theatre), Evita (Regent's Park Open Air Theatre), The Ferryman (West End), Angels in America (National Theatre) and Les Misérables (Broadway and West End)

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