Graduating from RADA in 2010, Ben is best known for his roles as Anthony in the acclaimed BBC1 period drama “The White Queen” (Company Pictures), and Edward in the “Divergent” franchise (Summit/Red Wagon) based on the best-selling young adult book series by Veronica Roth. Other credits include “Silk” (BBC), “The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret” (BBC), “If I Don’t Come Home” (ITV), and numerous stage productions, including most recently, “The Merchant of Venice” at Shakespeare’s Globe (dir. Jonathan Munby), opposite Jonathan Pryce.
Listed in FHM’s top 100 sexiest women in the world in 2014, Kacey has been a professional actress since she was nine years old. Best known in the UK for her roles in “Grange Hill” and “The Inbetweeners”, she moved to the US in 2012 for her role in “Resident Evil: Afterlife” alongside Milla Jovovich. Recently she has taken starring roles in “Seeking Dolly Parton” and “Enchanting the Mortals”.
Since graduating from RADA, Antonio had predominantly focused on theatrical roles, but recently came to prominence with his brilliant performance as Mario in the acclaimed 2012 television series “Titanic”.
Iggy Pop is a living legend. The godfather of Punk, inventor of stage diving and responsible for writing and performing such classics as “Lust for Life”, “The Passenger” “I wanna be your dog”, “Nightclubbing” “Real Wild Child” and many more. His acting career has – until now – consisted on notable cameos in “Dead Man”, “Coffee and Cigarettes”, “Tank Girl” “Cry Baby”. Iggy is a cultural Icon, much loved and much revered, who was recently awarded GQ’s Male Icon of the year and in 2010 was inducted into the Rock n Roll hall of fame. Blood Orange is Iggy’s first leading movie role.