Since the end of the seven seasons of STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE NINE, Sid has made prominent appearances in films and television. Highlights include appearing as an Algerian secret agent in the controversial episode "NEST OF ANGELS" of the British TV show SPOOKS in 2003. In 2005, he appeared in Ridley Scott's film KINGDOM OF HEAVEN and also gave a critically lauded performance as Prince Nasir in SYRIANA, alongside George Clooney and Matt Damon.
In 2006 Sid played the title role in HANNIBAL – ROME'S WORST NIGHTMARE for the BBC. In early 2007, Sid joined the cast of UN HOMME PERDU (aka A Lost Man) and he returned to American television in the role of former terrorist Hamri Al-Assad for the sixth season of 24. In 2009, he co-starred with Patricia Clarkson in the award-winning film CAIRO TIME (2009) as Tareq Khalifa, an Egyptian who battles his attraction to his friend's wife. In 2013, Siddig appeared as a Syrian-Canadian in the IFC film INESCAPABLE with Marisa Tomei and Joshua Jackson, and as King Minos in the BBC show ATLANTIS. In 2015 he joined the cast of the HBO series GAME OF THRONES in season 5 as Doran Martell, the ruling Prince of Dorne.
Rachael is a two-time Olivier nominee English stage, film and television actress. Rachael's first screen appearance in film was in the 1998 British comedy film STILL CRAZY. Other film appearances include MAYBE BABY, REDEMPTION ROAD, COMPLICITY, ANOTHER LIFE, THE TRIUMPH OF LOVE, SALMON FISHING IN THE YEMEN and SNOW WHITE AND THE HUNTSMAN.
Rachael's first break in television was in the 2000 NBC miniseries IN THE BEGINNING. Her next notable role was in the 2002 BBC drama series TIPPING THE VELVET. In 2011, Stirling starred in the BBC Four adaptation of D.H. Lawrence's WOMEN IN LOVE. She portrayed Millie in the ITV mystery drama THE BLETCHLEY CIRCLE and appeared in a 2013 episode of DOCTOR WHO titled "The Crimson Horror”. In 2014, Stirling portrayed Kate Wilkinson in the Cold War spy thriller television series THE GAME, and appeared in the BBC Four comedy drama DETECTORISTS. In 2015, Stirling played the part of Arabella Yount, the spendthrift wife of a banker, in the three-part BBCs series CAPITAL based on John Lanchester's novel of the same name.
As well as film and TV Rachael is an established stage actor. Rachael starred onstage in THE PRIORY directed by Jeremy Herrin at the Royal Court Theatre in 2009, which earned her a nomination for Laurence Olivier Award for Best Performance in a Supporting Role. In 2010 she appeared as Helena in Peter Hall's production of A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM at the Rose Theatre, Kingston. Rachael starred as Lady Chiltern in a 2010 production of AN IDEAL HUSBAND at the Vaudeville Theatre for which she received her second nomination for a Laurence Olivier Award.
Grace Taylor is 10 years old and lives in Barnet. She enjoys swimming, writing stories, drama, singing and dancing.
She made her stage debut in GOD BLESS THE CHILD at The Royal Court Theatre directed by Vicky Featherstone. She then went onto play series regular Frankie in Sky1’s YOU, ME AND THE APOCALYPSE, and most recently can be seen in ITV drama MARCELLA.
Alex Ferns is a British actor and television personality, best known for his EASTENDERS role as Trevor Morgan, "Britain's most-hated soap villain”. Born in Lennoxtown, Scotland, he lived in South Africa for 17 years and studied drama at the University of Cape Town before returning to the United Kingdom in 1991. In 2005, Alex played Lieutenant Gordon in the highly acclaimed film JOYEUX NOËL, which was nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the OSCARS, Golden Globe Awards and the BAFTAs.
His most recent credits include LEGEND starring Tom Hardy, THE LEGEND OF TARZAN starring Alexander Skarsgard and ROMANS starring Orlando Bloom. Alex played the lead role in the ITV series MAKING WAVES and has appeared in the 2006 movie SHADOW MAN starring Steven Seagal.
His theatrical work includes the role of the "tapeworm” in I.D., a play about Dimitri Tsafendas and his assassination of South African Prime Minister Hendrik Verwoerd, the 2008 national tour of Agatha Christie's murder mystery AND THEN THERE WERE NONE, and LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS. In 2011 he took the role of Scottish gangster Jimmy Boyle in the play about his life, THE HARDMAN.