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Meet the Mr Selfridge children

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Award-winning actor Jeremy Piven leads the cast as American entrepreneur, Harry Gordon Selfridge, in ITV's new drama Mr Selfridge, about the life of the flamboyant and visionary American entrepreneur.

Harry Gordon Selfridge moved to London with his wife Rose (played by Frances O'Connor), their four children and his mother Lois (Kika Markham) in 1906 to build and open the most ambitious and ground-breaking department store the world had ever seen.

The four Selfridge children are:

Rosalie, Harry’s eldest and slightly impressionable daughter, who gets help from Lady Mae to bed into London society, is played by 17 year old Poppy Lee Friar. Poppy (represented by Curtis Brown) from London, was a pupil at Sylvia Young Theatre School, and starred in the Cbbc comedy drama series Dead Gorgeous which was filmed in Australia.

13 year old Adam Wilson plays Gordon, Harry’s only son, and the heir to the Selfridge Empire. Gordon is
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Molly Moon casting news

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12 year old rising star Raffey Cassidy has been cast in the title role in Molly Moon, an adaptation of Georgia Byng's fantasy novel about an orphan who learns the art of hypnosis.

Raffey (represented by  Shepherd Management), will star as Molly opposite Janet McTeer who will play the head of the orphanage. Raffey,who is the younger sister of Emmerdale's Grace Cassidy played the younger Snow White in Snow White and the Huntsman. She'll next be seen playing Beatrice Selfridge in ITV's new drama series Mr Selfridge.

"Molly Moon's Incredible Book of Hypnotism," published in 2002, follows the orphan Molly as she finds a mysterious old book on hypnotism and discovers she can make people do whatever she wants. But a sinister stranger will do anything to steal her secret.

Georgia Byng has since written five other Molly Moon books in which she learns the arts of time travel, time-stopping,
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Potd: 'Emmerdale's Bartons divided again

Potd: 'Emmerdale's Bartons divided again
Emmerdale's Barton family have more rows this evening (June 15) as Moira and Adam discover that Hannah and Holly are both hiding things. Moira (Natalie J Robb) receives a shock in tonight's episode when she receives a call informing her that Hannah (Grace Cassidy) hasn't been turning up to her exams. Confronting her secretive daughter, Moira is surprised as Hannah insists that it was pointless taking them as she had missed so many lessons after their recent troubles. When Hannah adds that her future will only ever be on the farm anyway, Holly (Sophie Powles) steps in by revealing her own secret - she has a job lined up (more)
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Potd: 'Emmerdale's Bartons get back on track

Potd: 'Emmerdale's Bartons get back on track
Emmerdale's John and Moira Barton share their good news in tonight's episode as they tell the kids that the divorce is on hold. Adam (Adam Thomas), Hannah (Grace Cassidy) and Holly (Sophie Powles) are confused when Moira turns up at the farm unexpectedly, but she and John soon announce that there's still hope for their future as a couple. John (James Thornton) and Moira (Natalie J Robb) warn that nothing is certain just yet, but the trio get their hopes up and make sure to let Chas (more)
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Potd: 'Emmerdale' Bartons get back on track

Potd: 'Emmerdale' Bartons get back on track
Emmerdale's John and Moira Barton share their good news in tonight's episode as they tell the kids that the divorce is on hold. Adam (Adam Thomas), Hannah (Grace Cassidy) and Holly (Sophie Powles) are confused when Moira turns up at the farm unexpectedly, but she and John soon announce that there's still hope for their future as a couple. John (James Thornton) and Moira (Natalie J Robb) warn that nothing is certain just yet, but the trio get their hopes up and make sure (more)
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First look at Snow White and the Huntsman

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Some character concept art for up-coming feature Snow White and the Huntsman has been unveiled at Comic-Con in San Diego.

Twilight star Kristen Stewart takes the title role, with young Raffey Cassidy (represented by Shepherd Management, and younger sister of Emmerdale star Grace Cassidy) playing the younger version of Snow White.

Former Screen International UK Star of Tomorrow from 2010, Pirates of the Caribbean star Sam Claflin, plays the prince.

With Charlize Theron as the Queen and Chris Hemsworth as the Huntsman, and directed by Rupert Sanders, the film is shooting in London, Scotland and Germany, and is due out in the UK on the 1st June 2012.
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British Soap Awards 2011 Pictures

Jennifer Metcalfe attends British Soap Awards 2011.Photocopyright Solarpix / PR Photos. Alexis Peterman attends British Soap Awards 2011.Photocopyright Solarpix / PR Photos. Kim Tiddy attends British Soap Awards 2011.Photocopyright Solarpix / PR Photos. Sophie Powles attends British Soap Awards 2011.Photocopyright Solarpix / PR Photos. Suzanne Shaw attends British Soap Awards 2011.Photocopyright Solarpix / PR Photos. 05/14/2011 - Jennifer Metcalfe - British Soap Awards 2011 - Arrivals - Granada Television Studios - Manchester, UK © Solarpix / PR Photos 05/14/2011 - Grace Cassidy - British Soap Awards 2011 - Arrivals - Granada Television Studios - Manchester, UK © Solarpix / PR Photos 05/14/2011 - Alison King - British Soap Awards 2011 - Arrivals
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Adam Barton 'will be upset by new arrival'

Adam Barton 'will be upset by new arrival'
Emmerdale newcomer Kurtis Stacey has revealed that his character Alex Moss will not go down well with Adam Barton (Adam Thomas). Moss - a farmer - will join the Barton Farm and win John Barton's (James Thornton) approval, but Stacey has said that Adam will be upset by the change. "I don't think he'll get on with Adam because he replaces Adam on the farm. Adam sees him arrive and work really hard and is annoyed that he's good," Stacey told the Pa. He added that Moss's success with the ladies - in particular Adam's younger sister Hannah (Grace Cassidy) - would leave his rival even angrier with the newcomer's arrival. "The girls (more)
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Nolan 'wants son to stay in Emmerdale'

Nolan 'wants son to stay in Emmerdale'
Coleen Nolan has admitted that she would have liked her son's Emmerdale role to be extended. The Loose Women presenter confirmed that Jake Roche has completed filming his role as Isaac Nuttall, who joined the show as a love interest for Hannah Barton (Grace Cassidy). "He's absolutely loving it," she told the Pa. "He's on screen until October but he's finished there - I'd love them to keep him on but it was only for a short run. "Emmerdale (more)
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Coleen Nolan: 'Jake earned Dales role'

Coleen Nolan: 'Jake earned Dales role'
Coleen Nolan has insisted that her son Jake Roche earned his Emmerdale role himself. Roche made his debut as Isaac, a new love interest for Hannah Barton (Grace Cassidy), in last night's episode of the ITV soap. Nolan wrote in the Mirror: "My son Jake made his debut appearance on Emmerdale on Tuesday night and I felt so emotional watching him on telly, starting out in his career. He’ll always be a little two-year-old to me! "I'm delighted for him because acting has always been his dream, he's wanted to be in the business since he was tiny." She continued: "It's a worry for any parent whose child goes into (more)
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Nolan "so excited" over son's Dales role

Coleen Nolan has revealed that she is thrilled by the news that her son Jake Roche has been cast in Emmerdale. Show bosses announced yesterday that Roche has taken on the role of college student Isaac, who is to be a new love interest for teenager Hannah Barton (Grace Cassidy). Speaking to The Mirror about her son's new job, Nolan admitted: "I can't sleep because (more)
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Shane Richie's soap star son

Shane Richie and Coleen Nolan's son Jake Roche has landed a part in 'Emmerdale'. The 17-year-old newcomer is set to appear in the rural soap as college hunk Isaac, who stars dating pretty-but-shy teenager Hannah Barton - played by Grace Cassidy - and become a great comfort and distraction to her as she battles through family problems. He said: ''I am thrilled to be part of such a great team. Everyone has made me feel so welcome. After watching 'Emmerdale' for years on TV, I still have to pinch myself on set as it's all very surreal. My family have been very supportive ..
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Shane Richie's son cast in 'Emmerdale'

Shane Richie's son cast in 'Emmerdale'
Shane Richie and Coleen Nolan's son Jake Roche has joined the cast of Emmerdale as a new love interest for teenager Hannah Barton. The 17-year-old has taken on the role of college student Isaac, who is to become Hannah's (Grace Cassidy) first proper boyfriend when they start dating later this year. Hannah's new relationship will be a welcome distraction as her sister Holly's (Sophie Powles) ongoing drug problem continues to cause a crisis in the Barton household. With parents John and Moira firmly distracted by Holly's issues, it remains to be seen whether they will be there for Hannah as the romance gets more serious. Speaking of his casting, Roche commented: "I am thrilled to be part of such a great team. Everyone has made me feel so (more)
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'Emmerdale' Video: Andy meets the Bartons

A confused Andy Sugden (Kelvin Fletcher) becomes emotional during Friday night's episode when he walks into his former home at Butler's farm to find a new family moving in. The Bartons - who comprise father John (James Thornton), mother Moira (Natalie J Robb), and children Holly (Sophie Powles), Adam (Adam Thomas) and Hannah (Grace Cassidy) - are unpacking their (more)
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Thornton excited over 'Emmerdale' drama

Emmerdale's new recruit James Thornton has revealed that his character has "massive" storylines ahead. The former Holby Blue actor will make his Dales debut on Friday after signing up to play farmer John Barton earlier this year. Thornton's character will be joined by wife Moira (Natalie J Robb) and their teenage children Adam (Adam Thomas), Holly (Sophie Powles) and Hannah (Grace Cassidy), all tipped to be a key part of the ITV1 soap's ongoing overhaul in the coming months. Speaking to The Mirror, Thornton revealed: "My character John is great because he is a farmer, a proper bloke. He is hardworking and quite moral - a really good character. "They have given us some great storylines as well. As soon as we arrive, there is a massive incident and our family is right (more)
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