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  • Eladkse

    The BBC has announced today that Michael Obiora and Madeleine Mantock will be joining the cast of Casualty. The actors will portray Lloyd and Scarlett, newly-qualified nurses who are thrown in at the deep end on their first day. They will first appear on-screen in late-August.

    Following is the official announcement from the BBC Press Office:

    Hotel Babylon star Michael Obiora and new young actress Madeleine Mantock are joining the cast of BBC One's Casualty to play newly-qualified nurses Lloyd and Scarlett.
    25-year-old Michael (Misfits, EastEnders, Grange Hill) will play cocky new nursing recruit Lloyd and Madeleine (21), who is fresh out of ArtsEd drama school, where she studied on a bursary from the BBC Performing Arts Fund, will play terrified i…
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  • Eladkse

    No BAFTA for Casualty

    May 23, 2011 by Eladkse

    The Casualty crew have walked away from this year's BAFTA ceremony without one of the prestigious awards.

    Having been nominated for Best Continuing Drama, the team lost out to EastEnders, another BBC production. Also nominated for the category was ITV's Coronation Street, and BBC's Waterloo Road.

    The complete list of BAFTA nominees and winners for 2011 can be found here.

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  • Eladkse

    The BBC has announced today that Gemma Atkinson and Dhafer L'Abidine will be joining the cast of Casualty. The actors, who will portray Paramedics Tamzin and Omar respectively, started filming their first scenes for the show this month, and will first appear on-screen in Series 26, due to start airing this September.

    Following is the official announcement from the BBC Press Office:

    Actress Gemma Atkinson is pulling on a high visibility jacket and packing her medical kit to join the overworked paramedic team in BBC One's long-running medical drama Casualty.
    Best known on the small screen for her role as Lisa Hunter in Hollyoaks and on stage as Miss September in the Calendar Girls, Gemma has also starred in a number of independent feature films. S…
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