Sam Stevenson & Juliet Horsley

Sam Stevenson & Juliet Horsley


Juliet Horsley

Juliet Horsley is a Casting Director at the National Theatre where productions include: Oslo (and West End, Bartlett Sher), St George and the Dragon (Lyndsey Turner), Twelfth Night (Simon Godwin), Peter Pan (Sally Cookson), The Plough and the Stars (Howard Davies), Sunset at the Villa Thalia (Simon Godwin), The Suicide (Nadia Fall), As You Like it (Polly Findlay), The Motherf****r with the Hat (Indhu Rubasingham), Three Winters (Howard Davies), Treasure Island (Polly Findlay), The Silver Tassie (Howard Davies), Blurred Lines (Carrie Cracknell), The World of Extreme Happiness (Mike Longhurst), Protest Song (Polly Findlay), Edward II (Joe Hill Gibbins), Children of the Sun (Howard Davies), Welcome to Thebes (Richard Eyre), Earthquakes in London (Rupert Goold) and the Holy Rosenbergs (Laurie Sansom). Other theatre includes: Frost Nixon (Sheffield Crucible, Kate Hewitt), Wild Honey (Hampstead, Howard Davies & Jonathan Kent), Ghosts (HOME, Polly Findlay), Hapgood (Hampstead, Howard Davies), The Oresteia (HOME, Blanche McIntyre), Boeing Boeing (Sheffield Crucible, Jonathan Humphreys), Hobsons Choice (Regents Park Theatre, Nadia Fall), A View From the Bridge (Liverpool Playhouse, Charlotte Gwinner), Disgraced (Bush Theatre, Nadia Fall), The Village Bike (Sheffield Crucible, Jonathan Humphreys), A Taste of Honey (Sheffield Crucible, Polly Findlay), Earthquakes in London (UK tour, Caroline Steinbeis), Copenhagen (Sheffield Crucible, David Grindley), Democracy (Sheffield Crucible, Paul Miller), Benefactors (Sheffield Crucible, Charlotte Gwinner), Thyestes (Arcola, Polly Findlay), Light Shining in Buckinghamshire (Arcola, Polly Findlay), Persuasion (Salisbury Playhouse, Kate Saxon), The Years Between (Northampton, Kate Saxon). TV and film include: Wall (David Hare), Boy (Justin Chadwick), The Send Off (Jonathan Humphreys).


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Theatre includes: Common, Twelfth Night, Ugly Lies the Bone, Blood and Gifts (NT), the 2017 Everyman Company, The Haunting of Hill House (Liverpool Everyman), For Services Rendered (Chichester), The Royale, The Herd (Bush Theatre), Labour of Love, An Inspector Calls, One Man, Two Guvnors, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Waiting for Godot, The Vortex (West End), 55 Days, Canary (Hampstead Theatre).

TV includes: the BAFTA award winning Don’t Take My Baby, Our World War, Glasgow Girls, Nightshift, Care, The Minor Character, Nixon’s the One, The Selection, Silent Witness, Money, Consuming Passion, Mr Loveday’s Little Outing and The Inspector Lynley Mysteries. Along with her co-casting director, Gemma Hancock, she received an Emmy nomination for BBC1’s Emma.

Film includes: Leave to Remain, Private Peaceful, Babel (UK Casting), & The New World (Casting Associate).

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