As well as being an Olivier Award-nominated actor, Catherine is forging a reputation as a best selling writer. Following on from her debut, Something in the Water, Catherine's latest novel is Mr Nobody, a gripping psychological thriller. The novel is published by Penguin Random House.
Frazer takes to the stage as Scripps in Alan Bennett's The History Boys on 7 February. He had a starring role in the recent TV hit, Frayed, a comedy series set in Australia which was described by the Guardian as an 'unforgettably dark and irreverent'.
Ella returns for a second season of the BBC's Call the Midwife as the novice at Nonnatus House, Sister Frances. Ella, from North Yorkshire, graduated from the One Year Acting Course in 2017. Her other professional screen roles have been in the Emmy-nominated series Genius: Picasso for National Geographic and The Last Kingdom for Netflix.
Cat plays Beth in the current BBC serial, Dracula. Described as 'a splendid revamp' (Guardian), Dracula is penned by Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat of Sherlock fame. Cat graduated from the One Year Acting Course in 2018 and was recently on stage in the London transfer of The Watsons by Laura Wade.
Wildcard Thatre Company, set up by 10 OSD graduates in 2015 has just announced that it will receive funding from the Arts Council next year.
Following their highly praised performances in Lungs at The Old Vic, Claire and Matt Smith will reunite on stage in New York in Duncan Macmillan’s Lungs,a play about a couple wrestling with the morality of having kids in an overpopulated planet.