Liz Hume-Dawson: 4 O’Clock Club

Date - 8 July, 2013, All News Television
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Liz Hume-Dawson films for her third series of The 4 O’Clock Club, she plays regular character Miss Andress.

The popular BBC series follows the story of two siblings with dreams of becoming successful rappers. Season 3 sees the gang transfer to a new school and is bound to get the students of Elmsbury High into even more trouble than last year.

Liz stars alongside Laura Aikman, Oscar Lloyd, Khalil Madovi, Tom Rolinson and the former rapper turned comedy actor Doc Brown.

This series is written by Gerard Foster, known for his previous work on Young Dracula, Mike the Knight and the BAFTA winning series Horrible Histories.

Overview

Manchester based actress Liz Hume-Dawson has become a household name through her television and film roles in productions such as The 4 O'Clock Club, Trollied, Monroe, Bodies, Red Riding Trilogy, The Street, Dinner Ladies, Shameless, Coronation Street and Fat Friends.

Liz can be seen in the popular CBBC comedy The 4 O'Clock Club.

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