Georgia Conlan has one of the biggest playing ages I've ever seen. According to Georgia and her Spotlight, the 23-year-old can portray someone between the ages of 13 and 21. INCREDIBLE.
Georgia appeared in one of my favourite Christmas adverts of 2019.
With credits dating back to 2016, Georgia has enjoyed some success on stage and screen.
In May 2020, she will be making her debut in BBC Serial Drama, Doctors, but that won't be the first time she has been on a BBC drama as last year she appeared in the popular 4 O'Clock Club.
Georgia's showreel showed a good few clips.
Take a look at her face here.
And now take a look at it here.
There's no way in a million years would I have said it's the same person. Which is what you want from actors. You don't want "oh that's X, she was in A, B, and C", you want someone to look and be different.
Georgia's best scene was of the one just above. So much emotion pouring out of the screen. I was drawn to the character and became invested in her story. That was a great piece of drama.
Gemma Collins may ridiculously call herself "The GC" but Georgia Conlan is the only "GC" you need to worry about.
You can watch Georgia's showreel here:
Georgia Conlan is represented by Red Door Management: The-RedDoor.co.uk
You can find Georgia on Twitter: @ConlanGeorgia
Lee Martyn is an 11-year-pro in drama with credits dating back to 2009.
Based in Huddersfield with easy access to the Greater Manchester & Greater London areas, Lee is a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in drama. He obtained his BA from the University of Huddersfield.
Lee will be the first to tell you that his typical roles are of boyfriend, young dad, brother - as said on his tweet. This has been demonstrated beautifully in his showreel. He has so much compassion and empathy in his voice.
I'd like to see him take on a role in the medical world or a Family Liaison Officer in the police. He has the care quality in portrayal.
You can view Lee's showreel on Twitter.
Lee is represented by AC Actors: ACActors.net.
Lee can be found on Twitter: @ActorMartyn
Megan Relph won a National Operatic and Dramatic Association Award for Best Supporting Female in her role as Rosie in the Things I Know To Be True which was a stage production.
Approaching her tenth year in performing arts, Megan has an impressive range of credits to her name.
In Megan's showreel, she has demonstrated her vast talent in playing very different roles. The scene where she brandishes a knife is my favourite but I do not, obviously. condone any form of knife crime.
You can view Megan's showreel on Twitter.
Megan is represented by Cooper Searle Personal Management: CooperSearle.com.
You can find her on Twitter: @Megan_Relph
Oliver Devoti has been hugely sucessful in drama thus far in his career. He has credits from Game Of Thrones and BBC's Doctors, Bodyguard. Back in 2012 he appeared in Hollyoaks for Channel 4.
Oliver is very experienced in theatre work which dates back to 2011.
He characterises himself as having the attributes of grit, sincerity, warmth and vulnerability. But what more could you expect from a former Infantry Soldier.
You can watch Oliver's showreel on his Twitter feed.
Jodie Barchha Lang is experienced in televised drama and has at least 13 credits to her name.
She is based in Greater Manchester and is a huge supporter of the men and women within the NHS.
Jodie has enjoyed success in programmes produced by the main networks within the United Kingdom; BBC/ITV/STV/Channel 4. Including working alongside Sheridan Smith.
You can view Jodie's showreel on her Twitter feed.
Based in West Midlands, with easy access to London, Lottie Beck Johnson is fairly new to the drama industry as her playing age is between 12-16 years old but that hasn't deferred her in performing arts.
Lottie has credits from stage and screen under her belt.
Lottie has a nice range of talent as displayed in her showreel however it was the final scene that stood out for me more. She would be ideal in a psycological thriller.
Lottie's showreel can be viewed on her Twitter feed.
Based in The Wirral, Merseyside, Karly Maguire has been on the scene for four years gathering an impressive EIGHT credits (as per Spotlight).
In the first clip of Karly's 2020 Showreel Share Day montage, she plays a scorned girlfriend amazingly. It's the day of her exes wedding and all she wants to do is wreck the day for the man who wrecked her life.
She expresses some brilliant emotion and viewers would be immediately drawn into feeling empathy for the character.
During the second scene, she portrays someone called Lydia, a woman who is upset because the bloke she met on a night out didn't call her back. A gentle scene, one of which I wished lasted longer.
In the third and final clip, Karly demonstrates a bit of versatility here. From desperation in wanting someone who she considers family to see sense and then from the flick of a switch there's a bit of anger being masked by upset. An amazing Liverpuddlian accent here too. Which illustrates Karly's ability in playing someone from various parts of Britain.
You can watch Karly's showreel, in full, on her Twitter feed.
Back in 2017, Katie Davies-Speak - an actor from Great Britain - orchestrated a marvellous consept to aid other up-and-coming actors in obtaining roles on either stage and screen.
Showreel Share Day (at press time) has been ongoing for three years and it doesn't look like it's going to stop any time soon.
If you have a showreel and would like to get involved, please make sure you're following @ShowreelShare on Twitter and tweet using the hashtag #ShowreelShareDay.
In this section, you'll find little reviews of the showreels I have seen.