Who’s on the Channel 5 show?

COMEDY-DRAMA Queens Of Mystery is slated for release this month on March 12, 2022.

The program follows Detective Sergeant Matilda Stone as she sets out to solve cases with the help of her three aunts. Find out who’s starring in the Channel 5 show here.

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Who is in the cast of Queens of Mystery?

Olivia Vinall as Detective Sgt. Matilda “Mattie” Stone

Actress Olivia Vinall


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Olivia Vinall is a Belgian-born actress.

She is best known for her roles in Apple Tree Yard and The Woman in White.

In 2021 she played the lead role of Stella in the modern romance film A Beautiful Curse.

Julie Graham as Cat Stone

Actress Julia Graham


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Julie Graham is a 58-year-old Scottish television and film actress.

Her career took off after starring in Channel 4’s Blood Red Roses in 1986 and the BBC TV series The Houseman’s Tale in 1987.

She is best known for Shetland (2013), Being Eileen (2011) and The Sarah Jane Adventures (2007).

Sarah Woodward as Beth Stone

Actress Sarah Woodward


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Sarah Woodward is a 58-year-old British actress.

For her role in Tom & Clem, she won the 1998 Olivier Award for Best Performance in a Supporting Role.

She is known for The Merry Wives of Windsor (2011), Professor T (2021) and Poirot (1989).

Siobhan Redmond as Jane Stone

Actress Siobhan Redmond


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Siobhan Redmond, MBE is a 62 year old Scottish actress.

In January 2020 she played the role of Headmistress of Newnham College, Cambridge in the ITV series Grantchester.

She is best known for her role as Detective Sgt. Mo Connell in the police series Between the Lines in 1992.

Andrew Leung as Dr. Daniel Lynch

Andrew Leung is an actor, known for Cruella (2021), Lilting (2014) and Containment (2015).

While attending drama school East 15, he appeared in All My Sons, Uncle Vanya, and Othello.

He landed his first film role in PhoneShop in 2011.

Rebecca Grant as Natasha Young

Actress Rebecca Grant


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Rebecca Helena Grant de Longueuil is a 50-year-old English actress and singer.

She is best known for her roles as Daisha Anderson on the BBC medical series Holby City and as Heather Irvine on the BBC soap opera Doctors.

As for her singing career, she is known by the stage name Rebecca Swing.

Martin Trenaman as Inspector Derek Thorne

Actor Martin Trenaman


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Martin Trenaman is a 60-year-old English comedy writer and actor.

He played Simon’s father, Alan Cooper, on the sitcom The Inbetweeners.

In 2020 he appeared as DS Ferguson in the ITV drama Quiz.

Michael Elcock as Police Officer Terry Foster

Michael Elcock is an actor best known for Not for Broadcast (2019) and The Gray Tarmac Road (2016).

He was educated at the Central School of Speech and Drama and recently graduated.

Queens of Mystery is his first TV role.

Juliet Stevenson as the narrator

Actress Juliet Stevenson


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Julia Anne Virginia StevensonCBE is a 65 year old English stage and film actor.

She is best known for her role in the film Truly, Madly, Deeply, for which she was nominated for a BAFTA Award for Best Actress.

Her film credits include Emma (1996), Bend It Like Beckham (2002), Mona Lisa Smile (2003), Being Julia (2004) and Infamous (2006).

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