St Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's GoldSt Trinians 2: The Legend Of Fritton's Gold sees the schoolgirls start a new term amidst the usual chaos and excitement. The girls of St. Trinians hunt for buried treasure after discovering Miss Fritton (Rupert Everett) is related to a pirate.
Critic Reviews of "St Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold"
Hollywood ReporterJanuary 06, 2010
Strident, clumsy and pointless.
Sunday Times (UK)January 05, 2010
It's another panto for 10-year-old girls, in which any given scene could - with only the addition of canned laughter - pass for something from children's television.
Observer (UK)January 05, 2010
The tone is broad, vulgar and exuberant and its hunt for lost treasure ends up inventively at the Globe Theatre. Schoolgirls and those who like ogling schoolgirls will enjoy it.
Total FilmJanuary 05, 2010
A film that flails about wildly in search of at least one half-decent joke. Tragically, the closest it gets is having a dog hump Colin Firth's leg.
Radio TimesJanuary 05, 2010
This sub-Carry On romp wearily coasts along on the lines of a rudimentary old-school farce rather than anything resembling wit.
Independent on SundayJanuary 05, 2010
This contrived sequel is an interminable, headache-inducing time-waster that never picks up any speed, weighed down as it is by far too many characters, and far too many slow-motion shots of the girls striding towards the camera.
News of the WorldJanuary 05, 2010
This jaw-droppingly hopeless sequel deserves to be packed off for a one-way exchange trip to Columbine.
Screen InternationalDecember 30, 2009
Oliver Parker and Barnaby Thompson do nothing here to destroy a winning formula which is cannily constructed to appeal to the target audience of teenage girls and nobody else.
Times (UK)December 18, 2009
Cheap, ramshackle entertainment that's nevertheless imbued with affection.
GuardianDecember 18, 2009
If there is a cinematic equivalent of a Christmas panto this season, it is surely St Trinian's 2, which is broad and ramshackle, cheap and gaudy.
Daily Telegraph (UK)December 18, 2009
The piratical-treasure story is totally hokum, but it's all peppy, whiz-bang stuff livened up no end by Talulah Riley's fetching turn as Head Girl.
Sky MoviesDecember 18, 2009
Diehard fans will lap it up...but it's difficult to see it winning any new converts.
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Rupert EverettBirth date: 29 May 1959, Burnham Deepdale, Norfolk, England, UKDescription: Rupert James Hector Everett was born in Burnham Deepdale, Norfolk, to Sara (Maclean) and Anthony Michael Everett, a Major in the British Army, who later worked in business. He is of mostly English, Scottish, and Irish ancestry.Everett grew up in privileged circumstances, but the wry, sometimes arrogant, intellectual was a rebel from the very beginning. At the age of seven, he was placed into the care of Benedictine monks at Ampleforth College where he trained classically on the piano. He was expelled from the Central School of Speech and Drama in London for clashing with his teachers and instead apprenticed himself at the avant-garde Glasgow Citizen's Theatre in Scotland, performing in such productions as 'Don Juan' and 'Heartbreak House'.In 1984 Everett successfully filmed a lead role in Another Country (1984), which he had performed earlier on stage and shot to international attention, becoming one of England's hottest new star. But again the wickedly sharp and suave rebel doused his own fire by clashing with the press and even with his own fans. In 1989 Everett openly declared his own homosexuality -- an announcement that could have mortally wounded his film career. Instead, over time, it seems to have had the opposite effect. His career revitalized as Julia Roberts' gay confidante in My Best Friend's Wedding (1997), and he has continued to impress notably in the classics area with Shakespeare in Love (1998) (as Christopher Marlowe), An Ideal Husband (1999) and A Midsummer Night's Dream (1999) (as Oberon). Lately he has enhanced both films with his royal portrayals in To Kill a King (2003) and Stage Beauty (2004), and television with his effortlessly suave Sherlock Holmes in Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Silk Stocking (2004). His predilection for smug and smarmy villains of late such as the cartoonish Dr. Claw in Inspector Gadget (1999) has extended into voice animation with his "unprincely" Prince Charming character in Shrek 2 (2004).In making his landmark decision to "come out", Rupert becomes a living testament disproving the theory that a truly talented and successful romantic leading man cannot survive the career-killing stigma of being openly gay.
Colin FirthBirth date: 10 September 1960, Grayshott, Hampshire, England, UKDescription: Colin Andrew Firth was born into an academic family in Grayshott, Hampshire, England. His mother, Shirley Jean (Rolles), was a comparative religion lecturer at the Open University, and his father, David Norman Lewis Firth, lectured on history at Winchester University College (formerly King Alfred's College) in Winchester, and worked on education for the Nigerian government. His grandparents were missionaries. His siblings Katie Firth and Jonathan Firth are also actors.Firth's first acting experience came in infant's school when he played "Jack Frost" in a Christmas pantomime. Three of his four grandparents were Methodist missionaries and he spent his early childhood in Nigeria, returning to England at age five where he entered a comprehensive school in Winchester. He spent two years at the Drama Centre London in Chalk Farm where he was "discovered" while playing "Hamlet" during his final term. His first professional role was as "Bennet" in the West End production of "Another Country". From this performance, he was chosen to play the character of "Judd" in the movie of the play. He went on to play a variety of character parts in both film and television. For his portrayal of "Robert Lawrence" in the 1989 TV production Tumbledown (1988), he received the Royal Television Society Best Actor award and also a BAFTA nomination. He also received a BAFTA nomination for "Mr. Darcy" in the 1995 TV version of Pride and Prejudice (1995). In 2011, he won the Oscar for Best Actor for his commanding leading role, playing British King George VI in The King's Speech (2010).
David TennantBirth date: 18 April 1971, Bathgate, West Lothian, Scotland, UKDescription: David Tennant was born David John McDonald in West Lothian, Scotland, to Essdale Helen (McLeod) and Sandy McDonald, who was a Presbyterian minister. He is of Scottish and Ulster-Scots descent. When he was about 3 or 4 years old, he decided to become an actor, inspired by his love of Doctor Who (1963).He was brought up in Bathgate, West Lothian and Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland and was a huge fan of the band The Proclaimers. He attended Paisley Grammar school and while there he wrote about how he wanted to become a professional actor and play the role of the Doctor in Doctor Who (1963).He made his first television appearance (which was also his first professional acting job) when he was 16, after his father sent some photos of him to a casting director at Scottish television. He also attended a youth theatre group at weekends run by the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama (RSAMD - now renamed the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland [RCS]). When he was 16 he auditioned for and won a place at the RSAMD; the youngest student to ever do so, and started as a full time drama student when he was 17.He worked regularly in theatre and TV after leaving drama school, and his first big break came in 1994 when he was cast in a lead role in the Scottish drama Takin' Over the Asylum (1994). He then moved to London where his career thrived. Amongst other things, he spent several years as a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company, and became famous from his lead roles in TV dramas Blackpool (2004) and Casanova (2005).In 2005, his childhood wish came true. David was cast to play the role of the Doctor in Doctor Who (2005) alongside Billie Piper, after Christopher Eccleston decided to leave. Playing the Doctor made him a household name. Since leaving the series in 2010 his career has continued to rise, with lead roles in films, TV series and theatre.
Talulah RileyBirth date: 26 September 1985, Hertfordshire, England, UKDescription: Talulah Riley is an English actress. She has appeared in films such as Pride & Prejudice (2005), St Trinian's (2007), The Boat That Rocked (2009), and Inception (2010).She made her stage debut in The Philadelphia Story at the Old Vic in 2005. Her television credits include episodes of Poirot (2003), Marple (2006), Doctor Who (2008's "Silence in the Library" and "Forest of the Dead"), and the HBO television series Westworld.
Jodie WhittakerBirth date: 1982, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, England, UKDescription: Jodie Whittaker was born in 1982 in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, England as Jodie Auckland Whittaker. She is an actress, known for Attack the Block (2011), One Day (2011) and St. Trinian's (2007). She has been married to Christian Contreras since November 2008. They have one child.
Juno TempleBirth date: 21 July 1989, London, England, UKDescription: Juno was born in England into a showbiz family. Her mother is a producer, Amanda Temple, and her father is the film director, Julien Temple. She was named 'Juno' after her parents took a visit to the Grand Canyon, during pregnancy, and found they were standing on a butte of Cape Final known as Juno Temple. She has English and Scottish ancestry.Her family moved to America, where she spent the first 4 years of her life. The family then moved back to England and settled in Somerset.At age 4, she decided she wanted to be an actor after her father showed her Belle et la Bête by Jean Cocteau.She attended Enmore Primary School in Somerset. It was during this time that her father cast her in his film Vigo (1998). However, her father ended up cutting her out of the film. Two years later, age 11, her father cast her in another of his films, Pandaemonium (2000).She became a weekly boarder at King's College boarding school in Taunton. She then moved on to Bedales boarding school in Hampshire to take her A-Levels, one of which was Drama. She left with a B and two C's.At age 15, she told her parents that she was serious about becoming an actor. Her mother saw a call for an open audition for Notes on a Scandal (2006), and Juno was successful in winning the role of Cate Blanchett's daughter. This was her big break and led to a role in another high profile film, Atonement (2007). She dyed her hair red to play Lola.In 2009, Juno moved to Los Angeles, partly to be with her boyfriend and partly for her acting career.
Tamsin EgertonBirth date: 26 November 1988, Hampshire, England, UKDescription: Egerton attended Ditcham Park School near Petersfield in Hampshire, where she says she was bullied. She also states she truanted, preferring to go to modeling shoots. After finishing school at 16 with nine A-grade GCSEs, Egerton decided to pursue acting rather than going to university. She had a brief job as a babysitter for three children. She previously shared a flat in Marylebone, Central London, with her St. Trinian's (2007) castmate, Talulah Riley, whom she described as her "soulmate". She lived in Hampstead with theatre producer Jamie Hendry.She has cited Takeshi Kitano as her favourite film director.
Toby JonesBirth date: 7 September 1966, Hammersmith, London, England, UKDescription: Widely regarded as the one of greatest stage and screen actors both in his native Great Britain and internationally, Toby Edward Heslewood Jones was born on September 7, 1966 in Hammersmith, London. His parents, Freddie Jones and Jennie Heslewood, are actors as well. Toby has two brothers: Rupert, a director, and Casper, a fellow actor. He studied Drama at the University of Manchester from 1986 to 1989, and at L'École Internationale de Théâtre in Paris under Jacques Lecoq in Paris from 1989 to 1991. Naturally, his career began on the stage (and continues there), but film and television roles came soon after his studies.Toby made his film debut with a small role in Sally Potter's experimental take on Virginia Woolf's novel, Orlando (1992), starring Tilda Swinton. Other small film roles included the doorkeeper in Les Misérables (1998) and a memorable turn as the Royal Page in EverAfter (1998) with Drew Barrymore.Roles in the acclaimed Victoria & Albert (2001) and the Helen Mirren-starring Elizabeth I (2005) were balanced with film work, from his voice role as Dobby the House Elf in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002) to supporting appearances in Ladies in Lavender (2004) (co-starring his father, Freddie), Finding Neverland (2004), and Mrs Henderson Presents (2005).He continued stage work during this period, appearing on Broadway in The Play What I Wrote in 2003, a year after winning the Laurence Olivier Theatre Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for his performance in the London production.Infamous (2006), directed by Douglas McGrath and released in 2006, was Toby's first starring role. His acclaimed portrayal of Truman Capote remained mostly in the shadow of Philip Seymour Hoffman's Oscar-winning performance of the author in 2005's Capote (2005).A steady stream of film roles followed with appearances in Amazing Grace (2006), The Painted Veil (2006), Nightwatching (2007), The Mist (2007), and St. Trinian's (2007). Toby then appeared in three successive films that could have been commercial breakthroughs: kid-lit flop City of Ember (2008), the Oscar-nominated Frost/Nixon (2008), and Oliver Stone's W. (2008).He reprised the voice-role of Dobby in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 (2010), appeared in the St. Trinian's sequel, as well as the Charles Darwin biopic Creation (2009) and Dustin Lance Black's post-Milk (2008) directorial outing, Virginia (2010). More Hollywood roles followed with appearances in The Rite (2011), Your Highness (2011), and his first big live-action breakthrough as Red Skull's biochemist Dr. Arnim Zola in Captain America: The First Avenger (2011).Even before Toby was announced as Cladius Templesmith in the adaptation of the novel The Hunger Games (2012), his star was on the rise after Captain America, with roles in three Oscar-nominated films: Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (2011), My Week with Marilyn (2011), and The Adventures of Tintin (2011). Though chances are he will forever be known by many as Cladius, the announcer for The Hunger Games with the booming voice and penchant for ending his statements with the phrase, "And may the odds be ever in your favor!"Toby followed up this massive success with roles in Red Lights (2012) for Buried director Rodrigo Cortés and a memorable turn as one of the dwarves in worldwide hit Snow White and the Huntsman (2012). He will next be seen in The Girl (2012), a BBC/HBO co-production in which he stars as Alfred Hitchcock, in the miniseries Titanic (2012), Peter Strickland's Berberian Sound Studio (2012), Susanne Bier's Serena (2014), and he will reprise his role as Cladius Templesmith in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013).Toby lives in London with his family.
Sarah HardingBirth date: 17 November 1981, Greater Manchester, England, UKDescription: Sarah Harding was born on November 17, 1981 in Greater Manchester, England as Sarah Nicole Hardman. She is an actress, known for Christmas Mania 2005 (2005), The Girls Aloud Party (2008) and Dating in the Dark (2009).
Zawe AshtonBirth date: 17 November 1981, Greater Manchester, England, UKDescription: Zawe was born on 21st July 1984 in Hackney, London, to two teachers, Ugandan Victoria and English Paul, and had her first acting experience at the age of six as a member of the Anna Scher Theatre school in Islington. After leaving the City and Islington College in London - where she was an A student - Zawe attended Manchester University School of Theatre, where she gained her degree in acting. In 2010 she was named as one of the 55 Faces of the Future in Nylon magazine's Young Hollywood issue and two years later received the Ultimate Newcomer award at Cosmopolitan's Women of the Year event and the Creative Diversity Award as best newcomer for her role in television sitcom 'Fresh Meat; where she plays stroppy student Vod. In 2015 she took the lead in another comedy series 'Not Safe for Work as one of the few sane members in a government department. In addition to acting Zawe is a prolific writer, having been the Young Writer in Residence at the Contact Theatre, Manchester in 2006 and the author of several plays, all of which have been produced, including commissions for the Bush Theatre and Clean Break company. In 2016 at the same time as another series of 'Fresh Meat' was being shown Zawe was on stage at the Trafalgar Studios in Jean Genet's three-hander play 'The Maids'.
Montserrat LombardBirth date: 1 August 1982, England, UKDescription: Montserrat Lombard was born on August 1, 1982 in England. She is an actress and writer, known for The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus (2009), Ashes to Ashes (2008) and Tower Block (2012).
Ella SmithBirth date: 6 June 1983, London, England, UKDescription: Ella Smith is a British film and television actress from London. She trained at Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art, NYT and the Improv at the Upright Citizen's Brigade. As a singer, Ella trained in opera at Guildhall School of Music and Drama where she played the flute and piano. As a writer and director, Ella's debut award-winning short film Mdudu Boy (2016), filmed on location in Kenya in 2015, was celebrated at festivals around the world including opening night at Palm Spings Shortfest, Aesthetica, TIFF and distributed by Shorts HD. Ella speaks Welsh and French.
Celia ImrieBirth date: 15 July 1952, Guildford, Surrey, England, UKDescription: Celia Diana Savile Imrie is an English actress. She is known for her appearances with Victoria Wood; including Claire in Pat and Margaret (1994), Philippa Moorcroft in Dinnerladies (1998-2000) and playing various characters in the sketch show Victoria Wood As Seen On TV (1985-87), including Miss Babs in the spoof soap opera sketches Acorn Antiques. She reprised the role of Miss Babs in Acorn Antiques: The Musical! in 2005, and won the Olivier Award for Best Supporting Performance in a Musical.Imrie's other television roles include Marianne Bellshade in Bergerac (1983), Diana Neal in After You've Gone (2007-08), Gloria Millington in Kingdom (2007-09), and Miss Kizlet in the 2013 Doctor Who season opener The Bells of Saint John. Her film appearances include Highlander (1986), Hilary and Jackie (1998), Bridget Jones's Diary (2001), Calendar Girls (2003), Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason (2004), Imagine Me & You (2005), The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (2012) and The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (2015). She has been described as "one of the most successful British actresses of recent decades".Imrie was born in 1952 in Guildford, Surrey, the fourth of five children of Diana Elizabeth Blois (née Cator) and David Andrew Imrie, a radiologist. Her father was from Glasgow, Scotland.Imrie was educated at Guildford High School, an independent school for girls in her hometown of Guildford, followed by the Guildford School of Acting.Imrie's varied career spans films, television and radio drama, and the theatre. Her film credits include Nanny McPhee, Hilary and Jackie (playing Iris du Pré) and the 1997 film of The Borrowers where she played Homily Clock. Other films include Bridget Jones's Diary, Calendar Girls, Highlander and, as Fighter Pilot Bravo 5, in Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace. In 2004, Imrie played Doctor Imogen Reed in the schoolgirl thriller, Out of Bounds. In 2007 Imrie appeared in St Trinian's.Television series to feature Imrie include The Nightmare Man, Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit, Casualty, Absolutely Fabulous, "Bergerac",The Darling Buds of May and Upstairs, Downstairs. In the 2000 miniseries of Gormenghast, she played Lady Gertrude. She also had a guest appearance in an episode of the BBC Scotland sitcom Still Game in 2003, where she played a home help called Mrs Begg. She also appeared in the 2005 BBC television drama Mr. Harvey Lights a Candle, playing the part of a teacher taking an unruly party of pupils on a day-trip to Salisbury Cathedral. She starred in the BBC sitcom, After You've Gone, alongside Nicholas Lyndhurst and in the ITV1 drama Kingdom, with Stephen Fry. Her part in After You've Gone has, whilst being critically acclaimed, been described as "criminally squandered". In 2013 she guest starred in the BBC's Doctor Who where she played the villainous Miss Kizlet in the series opener The Bells of Saint John.Her radio work includes parts in BBC Radio 4's No Commitments, Adventures of a Black Bag, and Bleak Expectations. In early 2007, she narrated the book Arabella, broadcast over two weeks as the Book at Bedtime.In May 2016, she made her US television debut in the DC action-adventure series Legends of Tomorrow.Imrie is perhaps best known for her frequent collaborations with Victoria Wood, with whom she has appeared in TV programmes such as the sitcom Dinnerladies and sketch show Victoria Wood As Seen On TV. It was on the latter show in 1985 that she first played the infamous part of Miss Babs, owner of Acorn Antiques, a parody of the low budget British soap opera Crossroads.These sketches became such a British institution that the show was turned into a West End musical in 2005 starring most of the original cast (see the picture on the right). Imrie won an Olivier Award for her performance. The character has curly blonde hair, and is known for her frequent parodic flirtations with the customers, and her abuse of the housekeeper Mrs Overall (portrayed by Julie Walters).Imrie was the guest on Desert Island Discs on BBC Radio 4 on 13 February 2011. On 18 October 2013 she was awarded an honorary doctorate by the University of Winchester.
Clara PagetBirth date: 15 July 1952, Guildford, Surrey, England, UKDescription: Clara Paget is an actress, known for Furious 6 (2013), One Day (2011) and Black Sails (2014).
Gabriella WildeBirth date: 8 April 1989, Hampshire, England, UKDescription: Gabriella Wilde was born in Basingstoke, Hampshire, England. She is descended from the aristocratic Gough-Calthorpe family. Her mother, Vanessa Mary Teresa (Hubbard), is the former wife of socialite Sir Dai Llewellyn, 4th Baronet. Her father, businessman John Austen Anstruther-Gough-Calthorpe, is a former chairman of the Watermark Group, and the grandson of baronet Fitzroy Anstruther-Gough-Calthorpe. Her ancestry includes English, as well as some Scottish and Irish.Vanessa is a former model who sat for David Bailey and John Swannell. Wilde attended Heathfield St Mary's School, Ascot, and St Swithun's School, Winchester, before leaving to pursue a course in art while continuing with her modeling career. She studied fine art at the City and Guilds of London Art School but dropped out to pursue acting.
Cloe MackieBirth date: 16 May 1997, London, England, UKDescription: Cloe Mackie was born on May 16, 1997 in London, England as Cloe Isabella Mackie. She is an actress, known for St. Trinian's (2007), Death Defying Acts (2007) and The Coven (2015).
Holly MackieBirth date: 16 May 1997, London, England, UKDescription: Holly Mackie was born on May 16, 1997 in London, England as Holly Elizabeth Mackie. She is an actress, known for St. Trinian's (2007), Death Defying Acts (2007) and St Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold (2009).
Gemma ArtertonBirth date: 2 February 1986, Gravesend, Kent, England, UKDescription: Gemma Christina Arterton was born in Gravesend, Kent, England, where she was raised. She is the daughter of Sally-Anne (Heap), a cleaner, and Barry J. Arterton, a welder. Her mother's cousin is singer-songwriter Eric Goulden.Her parents divorced when she was age five, and Gemma subsequently lived with her younger sister and her mother. Her parents encouraged their children to explore their creative abilities. Gemma's sister, Hannah, liked to sing, whereas Gemma chose acting. During her teenage years, she was part of the Masquerade and Miskin theater companies, appearing in productions of The Massacre of Civitella and Guiding Star. In 2004, she won an award for Best Supporting Actress, which helped her to win a grant to study at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA).Whilst studying at RADA, she landed her first professional role in Capturing Mary (2007), directed by Stephen Poliakoff and starring Maggie Smith. Gemma graduated from RADA in 2007 and won her first film role in St. Trinian's (2007). Her breakthrough role came in 2008, when she appeared in the James Bond film Quantum of Solace (2008). In 2009, she was the winner of Empire's Best Newcomer Award.
Christian BrassingtonBirth date: 6 June 1983, Wellington, Shropshire, England, UKDescription: Christian Brassington was born on June 6, 1983 in Wellington, Shropshire, England. He is an actor, known for Tony Blair: Rock Star (2006), Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007) and When Boris Met Dave (2009). He has been married to Jennie Fava since September 21, 2013.
Tom RileyBirth date: 5 April 1981, Maidstone, Kent, England, UKDescription: Tom Riley born 5 April 1981 is an English actor and producer. Riley was born in Maidstone, Kent. He became involved in drama in his hometown at the age of four, and spent his school years writing and directing plays. He attended Maidstone Grammar School. He studied English literature and drama at the University of Birmingham, graduating in 2002 with first class honours.[He then set up a small theatre company before starting a three-year acting course at London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art completing his studies in 2005.
Georgia KingBirth date: 18 November 1986, Edinburgh, Scotland, UKDescription: Georgia King was born on November 18, 1986 in Edinburgh, Scotland. She is an actress and director, known for One Day (2011), The Duchess (2008) and Wild Child (2008).
Katherine ParkinsonBirth date: 1978, England, UKDescription: Katherine Parkinson was born in 1978 in England as Katherine Jane Parkinson. She is an actress, known for The Boat That Rocked (2009), How to Lose Friends & Alienate People (2008) and The IT Crowd (2006). She has been married to Harry Peacock since 2009. They have two children.
Pip TorrensBirth date: 2 June 1960, Bromley, Kent, England, UKDescription: Pip Torrens was born on June 2, 1960 in Bromley, Kent, England. He is an actor, known for Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens (2015), Pride & Prejudice (2005) and My Week with Marilyn (2011).
Steve FurstBirth date: 3 September 1967, Belfast, Northern Ireland, UKDescription: Steve Furst was born on September 3, 1967 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. He is an actor and writer, known for The Wright Stuff (2000), The Legend of Dick and Dom (2009) and St. Trinian's (2007).
Humphrey KerBirth date: 11 October 1982, London, England, UKDescription: Humphrey Ker was educated at Eton College. He entered Edinburgh University on a military scholarship. But after feeling let down by the base he would be training at, and deciding that comedy was more fun, he gave up on a potential career in the military. Ker read history at Edinburgh University, where he also became a member of 'The Improverts' comedy group. It was here that Ker met David Reed and Thom Tuck, together they formed a Victorian comedy sketch troupe, 'The Penny Dreadfuls'. The trio took a number of shows to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, as well as writing and performing in two radio series' for the BBC, 'The Brothers Faversham' and 'More Brothers Faversham'. 'The Penny Dreadfuls' decided to take a hiatus in 2010 and Ker took his own show to Edinburgh in 2011. His show, 'Dymock Watson: Nazi Smasher', was based loosely on the history of his maternal grandfather (Vice-Admiral Sir Dymock Watson). Ker won the Fosters Best Newcomer Comedy Award for his performance. On screen Ker has appeared in a number of sketch shows, including the BBC's 'Fast and Loose' and CBBC's 'Fit'. Despite their hiatus he and his fellow 'Dreadfuls' continue to write and perform in 'Penny Dreadfuls Presents' one-off specials for BBC Radio 4. Ker has also appeared on a number of the station's panel shows, and acted as the curator for the 6th series of 'The Museum of Curiosity'. (8/12/13) Ker is currently developing his sitcom, 'Terrible People', for the US ABC network.
Ricky WilsonBirth date: 17 January 1978, Leeds, Yorkshire, England, UKDescription: Ricky Wilson was born on January 17, 1978 in Leeds, Yorkshire, England as Charles Richard Wilson.
Denise StephensonBirth date: 17 January 1978, Leeds, Yorkshire, England, UKDescription: Denise Stephenson is an actress, known for About a Boy (2002), An Ideal Husband (1999) and Gotham (1988).
Zara TreherneBirth date: 17 January 1978, Leeds, Yorkshire, England, UKDescription: Zara Treherne was born as Zara Rachael Robinson. She is an actress, known for St Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold (2009), Casualty (1986) and Totally Frank (2005).
Tallulah EvansBirth date: 17 January 1978, Leeds, Yorkshire, England, UKDescription: Tallulah Evans is an actress, known for Son of Rambow (2007), Penelope (2006) and St Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold (2009).
Lola Mae LoughranBirth date: 25 May 1997Description: Lola Mae Loughran was born on May 25, 1997. She is an actress, known for St Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold (2009), Summerhill (2008) and Skins (2007).
Paul PutnerBirth date: 25 May 1997Description: Paul Putner is an actor and writer, known for Paris, je t'aime (2006), Kidulthood (2006) and Little Britain (2003).
Aran BellBirth date: 25 May 1997Description: Aran Bell is an actor, known for The Christmas Miracle of Jonathan Toomey (2007), The Black Velvet Gown (1991) and The Confession (2010). He is married to Rosalind 'Rossy' Georgeson. They have one child.
Freddie FoxBirth date: 5 April 1989, London, England, UKDescription: Freddie Fox was born on April 5, 1989 in London, England as Frederick Fox. He is an actor, known for Pride (2014), The Three Musketeers (2011) and Victor Frankenstein (2015).
Angus BarnettBirth date: 1963, Ruddington, Nottinghamshire, England, UKDescription: Born in Ruddington, Nottinghamshire, 1963, Angus Barnett joined the Theatre of Cooperative Arts in Nottingham whilst a teenager and went on to train as an actor at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, as well as performing with the National Youth Theatre in London. He has performed widely on stage, including in the play 'The Red Daemon' for the Japanese Noda Map Company, in which he toured Japan and Thailand. In the twenty-first century he became well-known to cinema audiences with his appearances in the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' movies and is a familiar face in supporting roles on British television, being a member of the huge ensemble cast of the 2008 adaptation of Charles Dickens' 'Little Dorrit'.
Giles NewBirth date: 1963, Ruddington, Nottinghamshire, England, UKDescription: Giles New is an actor and writer, known for Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003), Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (2007) and Sanzoku no musume Rônya (2014).
David ArmandBirth date: September1977, Kettering, Northamptonshire, England, UKDescription: David Armand was born in September 1977 in Kettering, Northamptonshire, England as David Whitehead. He is an actor and writer, known for Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007), Pixelface (2011) and How Not to Live Your Life (2007).
Colin Michael CarmichaelBirth date: September1977, Kettering, Northamptonshire, England, UKDescription: Colin Michael Carmichael is an actor, known for Hot Fuzz (2007), I Want Candy (2007) and Micro Men (2009).
Edith ThompsonBirth date: September1977, Kettering, Northamptonshire, England, UKDescription: Edith Thompson is an actress, known for St Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold (2009).
Bonnie MalletBirth date: September1977, Kettering, Northamptonshire, England, UKDescription: Bonnie Mallet is an actress, known for St Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold (2009).
Paris HustyBirth date: September1977, Kettering, Northamptonshire, England, UKDescription: Paris Husty is an actress, known for St Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold (2009).
Florence GroundsBirth date: September1977, Kettering, Northamptonshire, England, UKDescription: Florence Grounds is an actress, known for St Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold (2009).
Salah EssayahBirth date: September1977, Kettering, Northamptonshire, England, UKDescription: Salah Essayah is an actor, known for St Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold (2009) and A Hitman in London (2015).
Jessica AgombarBirth date: September1977, Kettering, Northamptonshire, England, UKDescription: Jessica Agombar is an actress, known for Sarah Harding: In 24 Hours (2009), St Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold (2009) and T4 (1998).
Harriet BamfordBirth date: September1977, Kettering, Northamptonshire, England, UKDescription: Harriet Bamford is an actress, known for St Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold (2009) and Sarah Harding: In 24 Hours (2009).
Jessica BellBirth date: September1977, Kettering, Northamptonshire, England, UKDescription: Jessica Bell is known for her work on Wakfu (2008), St Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold (2009) and The Sparticle Mystery (2011).
Daisy TongeBirth date: September1977, Kettering, Northamptonshire, England, UKDescription: Daisy Tonge is an actress, known for My Month with Mrs Potter (2016), St Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold (2009) and Sarah Harding: In 24 Hours (2009).
Directors of "St Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold"
Oliver ParkerBirth date: 6 September 1960, London, England, UKDescription: Oliver Parker was born on September 6, 1960 in London, England. He is an actor and director, known for An Ideal Husband (1999), Johnny English Rebo...
Barnaby ThompsonBirth date: 1961, UKDescription: Barnaby Thompson was born in 1961 in the UK as Barnaby David Waterhouse Thompson. He is a producer, known for St. Trinian's (2007), Wayne's World (...
Creators of "St Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold"
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Nick MoorcroftBirth date: 22 December 1978, Chelmsford, Essex, England, UKDescription: Nick Moorcroft was born on December 22, 1978 in Chelmsford, Essex, England. He is a writer and producer, known for Finding Your Feet (2017), Urban ...