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Screen Daily Stars of Tomorrow: Hazel Doupe and Siobhán Cullen

Thrilled to see that not just one, but two of our dazzling artists, Hazel Doupe and Siobhán Cullen have been named as Stars of Tomorrow by Screen International and Screen Daily. 

Showcasing the most distinguished young actors (as well as writers, directors and heads of department) from the UK and Ireland, the scheme is supported and sponsored by Prime Video as headline sponsor, with ScreenSkills and the BFI London Film Festival continuing their longstanding relationships as supporting partner and in-kind partner respectively.

It's no surprise that the previous Screen Stars of Tomorrow are now global household names, with the likes of Benedict Cumberbatch and Phoebe Waller-Bridge counted among their alumni. We're absolutely delighted that Hazel and Siobhán's glittering trajectories are being recognised in this 19th year of the showcase and we cannot wait to see where they and the rest of the 2022 cohort go next.

Click here to find out about other artists selected this year and, to read Siobhán and Hazel's exclusive interviews about what the future has in store for them.

All of this year’s UK & Ireland Stars of Tomorrow will take part in a special event in London on July 7th.

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