Saturday, March 3, 2012

CBBC's Wolfblood casting news

Filming is now underway in Northumberland on CBBC's new teen werewolf drama series Wolfblood.

18 year Aimee Kelly leads the cast as Maddy Smith, who seems like an ordinary girl – but things are not what they seem. The truth is Maddy hides a secret even her closest friends don’t know about. Look into her eyes, but don’t get too close… because Maddy is a wolfblood.
Aimee (represented by United Agents) is from Newcastle and trained at Tring Park. She made her film debut in Sket, which has just been released on DVD.



18 year old Bobby Lockwood (represented by Sandra Singer Associates) from Essex, who plays Mick Campbell in Nickelodeon's House of Anubis, stars as the new boy Rhydian who turns up at Maddy's school and as a fellow wolfblood teenager makes her world a lot more complicated.



Maddy's two best friends at school are played by 17 year old Kedar Williams-Stirling. (currently training at Italia Conti). Kedar made his film debut in Shank.



And Shannon played by newcomer Louisa Connolly-Burnham (represented by Jackie Palmer) from Buckinghamshire, also a Tring Park graduate.



Created by writer Debbie Moon, the series is directed by Will Sinclair and currently filming on location in the North East of England.

4 comments:

  1. i think aimee and Bobby are Young not 18

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  2. No Aimee and Bobby can't speak German. They're British. And another no Aimee is 19 and Bobby is 20

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