Meet the cast of The Capture – from Holliday Grainger to Callum Turner

Meet the cast of The Capture – from Holliday Grainger to Callum Turner

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BBC One’s brand new thriller The Capture has got the nation talking and continues TONIGHT (September 10).

Fans are already calling it the new Bodyguard – here’s who is in the all star cast.

Don’t miss The Capture on BBC One

Who is in the cast of The Capture on BBC One?

The Capture features an impressive cast with actors and actresses from The Crown, Harry Potter and Game Of Thrones all starring on the show.

The line-up includes the following:

Holliday Grainger as DI Rachel Carey

Holliday Grainger stars as DI Rachel Carey

Holliday was born and raised in Didsbury, Manchester, and her first acting role was at six years old in the BBC comedy drama series All Quiet On The Preston Front.

She then had TV roles in Casualty, Doctors, Dalziel And Pascoe, Where the Heart Is, Waterloo Road and Merlin as her career began to blossom.

Holliday also jumped into film pretty quickly with her first role in 1997’s The Missing Postman.

Callum Turner as Shaun Emery

Rising star Callum Turner takes on the role of Shaun Emery

A model as well as an actor, Callum is best known for playing Theseus Scamander in Harry Potter prequel Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald.

He’s also took the lead in 2014 war film Queen and Country and appeared in E4 series Glue.

His girlfriend is The Crown star Vanessa Kirby.

Ron Perlman as Frank Napier

American star Ron Perlman plays Frank Napier

US actor Ron is known for his work with director Guillermo del Toro, having roles in a number of his films, including Cronos, Blade II and Pacific Rim.

His most famous role was as superhero Hellboy in del Toro’s 2000s films.

Famke Janssen as Jessica Mallory

Famke Janssen plays Jessica Mallory

Dutch actress Famke rose to prominence in Bond film Golden Eye.

She ahas gone on to appear in other film franchises including X-Men as Phoenix and as Lenore Mills in the Taken trilogy.

On the box she’s had long-running roles in Nip/Tuck and How To Get Away With Murder.

Ben Miles as Commander Danny Hart

Veteran actor Ben Mills plays Commander Danny Hart

Ben is best known for his starring role as Patrick Maitland in Coupling, from 2000 to 2004,

He also won acclaim for playing Peter Townsend in the Netflix drama The Crown.

More recently he starred in TV drama The Romanoffs.

Laura Haddock as Hannah Roberts

Laura Haddock takes on the role of Hannah Roberts

Laura got her first TV role in 2008, starring in television pilot Plus One.

She went on to star in The Palace, My Family, The Colour of Magic, Marple: A Pocket Full of Rye and Honest, where she played the lead role of Kacie Carter.

She also played the lead role of Natasha in ITV comedy drama Monday Monday.

In 2011, she appeared in TV drama Strike Back: Project Dawn for two episodes and played Samantha in How Not To Live Your Life.

Laura is married to actor Sam Claflin.

The Capture is set to be unmissable TV

Who else is starring in Capture?

The series also has some great supporting actors, these include:

  • Lia Williams from the The Crown and Kiri.
  • Ginny Holder, who was seen in Mother Father Son and Death In Paradise.
  • Ralph Ineson from Harry Potter and Game of Thrones.
  • Sophia Brown of Clique and Marcella fame.
  • Paul Ritter, who was in Chernobyl and Friday Night Dinner.

Additionally, Cavan Clerkin (The Last Kingdom, The Inbetweeners), Barry Ward (Jimmy’s Hall, Save Me) and Nigel Lindsay (Four Lions, Victoria) will also star.

When does The Capture start?

The six-part thriller continues TONIGHT (September 10, 2019).

You can catch it on BBC One from 9pm to 10pm.

Each episode will be available to watch on the BBC iPlayer once it has aired on television.




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