Richard Fleeshman: Sam Wheat
Richard began his acting career at the age of 12, playing Craig Harris in long-running soap Coronation Street. Since then he has added to his list of TV credits. They include: Blue Murder, Monday Monday, Midsomer Murders, Moving On, and All The Small Things. He has also appeared on the radio in Radio 4’s When Twilight Falls, and in the film An Angel for May. He made his debut as a West End stage actor in 2010 as Warner in Legally Blonde during its run at the Savoy Theatre. As a singer, Richard is signed to Universal Records and has a tour supporting Elton John to his name. His debut album is called Neon.
Caissie Levy: Molly Jensen
Caissie Levy is a talented Broadway actress with a stunning voice and history of appearing in top musicals. She returns to the UK from the USA to appear in Ghost, after starring as Sheila in the Gielgud Theatre’s production of Hair last year. Other credits include Maureen in Rent, and Penny Pingleton in Hairspray.
Sharon D Clarke: Oda Mae Brown
Londoner Sharon has extensive experience across the performing arts in theatre, television, film and radio. Her numerous West End credits include Motormouth Maybelle in Hairspray at the Shaftesbury Theatre; Mama Morton in Chicago at the Adelphi Theatre; Rafiki in The Lion King at the Lyceum Theatre; and Killer Queen in We Will Rock You at the Dominion Theatre. She received an Olivier Award nomination for the latter. TV credits include being a judge on the BBC show Last Choir Standing, as well as roles in Holby City and The Bill. Musically, she has had club and chart success as one half of Nomad.
Andrew Langtree: Carl Bruner
Andrew has extensive acting experience on stage and screen. He has played parts in both musicals and straight plays. His biggest role to date was as Sky in the hit musical Mamma Mia!. Other West End credits include Fame and Blood Brothers. He has appeared in numerous productions at the Manchester Royal Exchange and at the National Theatre. On television, his credits include Coronation Street and Heartbeat.