Where There's a Will

Georges Feydeau

Where There's a Will

Gemma Hancock

Casting Director

Theatre work includes: The Haunting of Hill House (Liverpool Playhouse); For Services Rendered (Chichester); Accolade (St James Theatre); The Vertical Hour (Park Theatre); F*ck the Polar Bears, The Royale, Perseverance Drive, The Herd (Bush Theatre), An Inspector Calls (national tour); One Man, Two Guvnors (West End and national tour); 55 Days, In the Club, What the Butler Saw, Abigail’s Party (Hampstead Theatre); The Humans (Rotterdam, New York, Avignon); Our Country’s Good (St James Theatre and national tour); The Real Thing (tour); Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Ring Round the Moon, Waiting for Godot (West End); Canary (tour); Tejas Verdes, Emperor Jones, The Chairs (Gate Theatre); King Lear (Royal Shakespeare Company); and Blood and Gifts (National Theatre). Gemma has also cast more than 20 productions for Peter Hall, including Henry IV, Pygmalion, Where There’s a Will, Waiting for Godot, Uncle Vanya, The Dresser, As You Like It, Habeas Corpus and Measure for Measure.

TV work includes: Don’t Take My Baby, Our World War, Glasgow Girls (BBC3), Nightshift, Care, The Snipist, The Minor Character and Nixon’s the One (‘Playhouse Presents’ for Sky Arts), The Selection (Warner Bros), four series of Silent Witness (BBC1), Martin Amis’ Money (BBC2), Consuming Passion, Mr Loveday’s Little Outing (BBC4), The Inspector Lynley Mysteries (BBC1), and many episodes of The Bill for ITV. In 2010 Gemma received a Primetime Emmy nomination for their casting of Emma for BBC1.

Film work includes: Leave to Remain, Private Peaceful, Babel and The New World.

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