Hollington Drive ITV – who is in the cast?

ITV’s new four-part drama series Hollington Drive starts in September 2021 and stars some big names.

Anna Maxwell Martin and Rachael Stirling play sisters struggling to cope when a child goes missing.

Who stars in Hollington Drive?

Anna Maxwell Martin as Theresa

Anna, born in 1977, is an English actress who became a household name thanks to her starring role in the gripping BBC One cop drama Line of Duty.

Notably, she has played Lyra in His Dark Materials at the Royal National Theatre, Esther Summerson in the BBC's 2005 adaptation of Bleak House, and "N" in Channel 4's 2008 adaptation of Poppy Shakespeare.

Anna starred in Philomena as Jane Anna in 2013.

She has also appeared in film Becoming Jane, where she played Cassandra Austen.

Anna also featured in the TV series Bleak House as Esther Summerson.

Rachael Stirling as Helen

Rachael was born on May 30, 1977, in London.

She's the daughter of the late Bond Girl Dame Diana Rigg and theatre producer Archibald Stirling – the Laird of the Keir Estate in Stirling, Scotland.

Rachael starred as Nancy Astley in BBC drama Tipping The Velvet and has also appeared in Lewis and Doctor Who.

She represented her Alma Mater Edinburgh University in a special, one-off celeb episode of University Challenge at Christmas in December 2016.

Also, the talented actress played Becky in TV series Dectectorists, but is mostly recognisable from The Bletchley Circle.

The Bletchley Circle San Francisco spin-off aired in July 2018 and Rachael reprised her role of Millie Harcourt alongside Julie Graham's Jean McBride, and Crystal Balint as Iris Bearden.

In 2019 she starred opposite Rob Lowe playing Mary Harborough QC – the local barrister and judge – in Wild Bill.

She's appeared in a collection of films over the years including Maybe Baby, The Triumph of Love and Snow White And The Huntsman opposite Oscar winner Charlize Theron.

Rhashan Stone as Fraser

Rhashan is an American-British actor and comedian born in November 1969.

He has appeared in a number of comedy shows such as Desmond’s and Mutual Friends.

Along with his comedy work he has also taken on a number of serious theatre roles including Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing where he played the solider Claudio and Clarence, the king’s brother in Richard III.

He is also a classically trained singer, musician and composer.

Rhashan married the actress Olivia Williams in 2003 and they have two children.

Peter McDonald as David

Born in January 1972 Peter is an Irish actor who got an Oscar nomination in 20212 for his short film Pentecost.

He most recently appeared on TV as Jonathan Devlin in 2019’s Dublin Murders.

Peter has an extensive CV that also covers theatre and film work.

Film roles include playing Peter Morrissey in England is Mine, Johnny Giles in The Damned United and Brendan in 2000s When Brendan Met Trudy.

His theatre work has covered numerous productions including Glengarry Glen Ross in 2007, Days of Wine and Roses in 2005 and Exiles the following year.

Ken Nwosu as Eddie

Ken started his acting career on the stage with roles in Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice, Othello and As You Like It.

After appearing in a couple of shorts his first TV role was in Killing Eve in 2018.

Since then he has found roles in a number of TV series such as Sticks and Stones, The Letter for the King and Summer Lane Drive.

Jonas Armstrong as Gareth

Jonas Armstrong is a 40-year-old actor born in Dublin.

Jonas is best known for playing the title role in BBC One's popular drama series Robin Hood.

He played a handsome version of the classic folk hero. The series ran for three seasons but was cancelled after Armstrong called time on his role.

He kicked off his acting career in Channel 4's comedy series Teachers back in 2004, as well as the channel's crime drama series The Ghost Squad.

In a departure from his television work, Armstrong starred in erotic horror film Book of Blood.

You may also recognise Jonas from his role on popular ITV crime drama series The Bay or as Nathaniel Dove in TV drama Ripper Street.

Jodie McNee as Jean

Jodie is an English actress who was born in Liverpool in 1984.

After graduating in 2005 from drama school she landed her first TV role playing Angela in two episodes of the second series of Criminal Justice.

She went on to appear in episodes of Poirot and Ripper Street.

Jodie gained a more substantial part in the 2017 mini-series Little Boy Blue where she played DC Jackie Carter.

She also played Willa in the TV series Britannia.

When does Hollington Drive start and where can you watch it?

The first episode airs on September 29, 2021 at 9pm on ITV.

It consists of four episodes in total which were filmed in Wales.

Anyone unable to watch then will be able to catch up on ITV Hub.

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