Don’t miss tonight’s season finale of DCI Banks, 9pm tonight on ITV1. Sainou’s Franc Ashman plays Liz Telford.
Having been thrust into a dark place from where it looks like there is no coming back, Banks’ mission to solve Annie’s murder is made all the harder by the fact he has been taken off the case and sent on gardening leave – but that won’t stop him. While his old team struggle, Banks operates for the first time on the other side of the law, using his years of experience, wits and wisdom to secure the all-important break-through. It finally looks like Banks has done the impossible and is on the verge of bringing crime boss Steve Richards to justice when the case takes an unexpected twist, sending Banks and the team back to square one. Will Banks be able to come out on top after an explosive confrontation with Richards – he needs to try and begin to rebuild his shattered world.Overview
Franc Ashman stars as Hermione Granger in the West End production of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.
She boasts an impressive list of other theatre credits, having performed extensively for the Royal Shakespeare Company and acclaimed theatre company Out of Joint under the direction of Max Stafford-Clark. She has also worked for the National Theatre, recently playing Lorraine in the well-received production of Nine Night.
Screen credits include The Child in Time for the BBC, Apple Tree Yard for Kudos, Sick of it for Sky1 and for film, The Ones Below for Cuba Pictures and A Streetcat Named Bob.
Franc wrote and performed the soundtrack for Gary Oldman’s feature film Nil By Mouth, including the title song ‘Pandora’.About Sainou
Sainou means talent and that’s what we’re all about.
Based in the heart of Shoreditch, Sainou represents a select list of actors including International industry award winners, household names and some of the finest, young British talent working today.
Clients are represented by agents David Marsden, Paul Martin & James Davies, with assistance from Hermione Halpin & Sophie Rozycka. We work together as a close team covering all media with particular focus on Film, Television and Theatre in both the UK and overseas.