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Douglas Booth stars as Armand Roulin

Douglas first came to public attention following his performance as Boy George in the BBC Two film Worried About the Boy (2010). He also starred in the BBC adaptations of Great Expectations and Christopher and His Kind (both 2011).

 

In 2013, Booth starred in Carlo Carlei's film adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. In 2014, he appeared in Darren Aronofsky's Noah and Lone Scherfig's The Riot Club, and in 2015, co-starred in The Wachowskis' Jupiter Ascending.

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The reluctant detective

“I don’t see the point in delivering a dead man’s letter”

Robert Gulaczyk stars as Vincent van Gogh

Robert is a Polish theatre actor with Modjeska Theatre in Legnica, one of Poland’s greatest theatres, renowned for its depth of acting talent. His experience includes almost 40 roles in professional theatre productions. Two years ago he received a phone call saying that as he looked like Vincent van Gogh, the first time anyone had ever mentioned this fact, he had to go and audition that same day for a lead role on an international feature film. Having spoken barely any English since leaving school Robert was bemused when he was immediately whisked into costume and make up, and had to read out Vincent’s letters in English . That was the start of a great journey of discovery into the life and works of Vincent van Gogh. Robert considers himself a lucky guy because he loves his job, and now he is loving Vincent too.

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THE STRUGGLING ARTIST

“One day I would like to show by my work what this nobody, this non-entity, has in his heart.”

Eleanor Tomlinson stars as Adeline Ravoux

Eleanor is known for her roles as Princess Isabelle in Jack the Giant Slayer (2013), Isabel Neville in The White Queen, and Demelza Poldark in the hit BBC drama, Poldark.

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The lively Inn - keeper’s daughter

“I told you, you can’t believe a word the Gachets say!”

Jerome Flynn stars as Doctor Paul Gachet

Jerome came to prominence in the UK for his roles as Kenny "Rambo" Baines in the 1986 television film London's Burning, as Paddy Garvey of the King's Fusiliers in the ITV series Soldier Soldier, and came to international prominence as Bronn in the hit HBO series Game of Thrones, an adaptation of the A Song of Ice and Fire novels by George R.R. Martin. He has also been a No.1 selling pop-singer in the UK.

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The Eccentric Doctor

“Two weeks later I am sitting by his beside, he is dying. And all he says to me is ‘maybe it will be better for everyone.' ”

Douglas Booth stars as Armand Roulin

Robert Gulaczyk stars as Vincent van Gogh

Eleanor Tomlinson stars as Adeline Ravoux

Jerome Flynn stars as Doctor Paul Gachet

Saoirse Ronan stars as Marguerite Gachet

Saoirse is a two-time Academy Award nominee; receiving a Best Supporting Actress nomination for Atonement (2007), and a Best Actress nomination for Brooklyn (2015).

 

She also received three BAFTA Award nominations, two Golden Globe nominations, two Screen Actors Guild nominations and a Satellite Award.

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The mercurial Doctor’s daughter

“People think they see all sorts of things in this village. Must have been some other girl.”

Chris O'dowd stars as Postman Joseph Roulin

Chris is known for his role of Roy in the Channel 4 comedy The IT Crowd. O'Dowd created and starred in the Sky 1 television series Moone Boy, which aired between 2012 and 2015, and for which he received a Golden Globe.

 

His film roles include Bridesmaids (2011), This Is 40 (2012), The Sapphires(2012), Thor: The Dark World (2013), Calvary (2014) and St. Vincent (2014). He made his Broadway debut in the play adaptation of Of Mice and Men in 2014, for which he was nominated for a Tony Award.

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The loyal friend

“I feel absolutely calm and in a normal state. That’s what he writes me, six weeks before he is dead. How does a man go from being absolutely calm to suicidal in six weeks?”

John Sessions stars as Pere Tanguy

John has had ensemble roles as a character actor in many films such as Gangs of New York, The Bounty, and Kenneth Branagh’s Henry V.

 

He starred prominently in Channel 4’s Porterhouse Blues and BBC’s lavish adaptaption of Mervyn Peake’s novels, Gormenghast. He is a regular panellist on Whose Line is it Anyway and QI.

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The Passionate Paint Seller

“He was no martyr.”

Aidan Turner stars as The Boatman

Aidan is one of the best known actors in the UK as a result of his leading role in the BBC hit TV series, Poldark, and as the Vampire John Mitchell in Being There.

 

He is also known throughout the world for his portrayal of the dwarf Kili in the Hobbit trilogy. He was voted world’s sexiest man 2016 by Glamour magazine.

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The all-seeing Boatman

“You can catch a lot of life down here, if you catch my drift.”

Saoirse Ronan stars as Marguerite Gachet

Chris O'dowd stars as Postman Joseph Roulin

John Sessions stars as Pere Tanguy

Aidan Turner stars as The Boatman

Helen McCrory stars as Louise Chevalier

Helen portrayed Cherie Blair in both The Queen (2006) and The Special Relationship (2010). She also portrayed Narcissa Malfoy in the final three Harry Potter films; Mama Jeanne in Martin Scorsese's family mystery film Hugo (2011); Clair Dowar in Sam Mendes' Skyfall (2012)

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The protective House-keeper

“You’re not going to stir things up again, are you! We’ve had quite enough weeping over that nut case in this house-hold.”

James Greene stars as Old Man

Born in Northern Ireland in 1931, James has enjoyed a stage, television and film career spanning 60 years,  At the beginning of his career he became a local household name as continuity announcer on the newly launched Ulster Television.  James has played two distinctive types for the majority of his screen career, his clerics and judges have been honed to perfection.

 

His more recent television credits include: Happy Valley, Call The Midwife, Downton Abbey, Wolf Hall, Doctor Who, Hunderby.  James’ film credits: Les Miserables, Albert Nobbs and Rocknrolla

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The ear witness

“I’m not saying nothing. We just heard a shot.”

Bill Thomas stars as Dr Mazery

Bill played the title role of the Dragon at the National Theatre (Olivier) after a long association with the Theatre Royal, Stratford East. Recent films include Alice Through The looking Glass, Remainder, A Song for Marion, Pusher, Sky in Bloom, Weak at Denise. On TV, Bill has featured in The Great Train Robbery, Atlantis, Da Vinci’s Demons, Merlin and all 3 series of Cutting It.

 

After 553 characters over 43 years of acting, many of criminals or patients, Dr Mazery is the first Doctor he has ever played. He has yet to play a policeman.

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The other Doctor

“It was too low an angle. He would have had to have shot himself with his outstretched toe.”

Martin Herdman stars as Gendarme Rigaumon

Martin has been an actor for 30 years. In that time he has played many roles in Theatre, TV, and Film, ranging from the most awful villains in TV dramas and soaps, to more endearing comedic characters in theatre, such as Bottom in A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Nottingham Playhouse. Martin also acted at Shakespeare Globe Theatre for a season. Most recently he played the leading role of Micky in the feature film Sink. Before acting, Martin was a professional sportsman. Initially as a heavyweight boxer also representing England as an amateur.

 

Then he became a professional rugby player for Fulham RLFC for six years and played for Wales many times.  He has five children, ten grandchildren and lives with his partner Helen.  

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The xenophobic policeman

“The dutch are slippery merchant types to a man. But he told me what I wanted to hear. That he’d tried to kill himself and not to blame anyone else.”

Helen McCrory stars as Louise Chevalier

James Greene stars as Old Man

Bill Thomas stars as Dr Mazery

Martin Herdman stars as Gendarme Rigaumon

Robin Hodges stars as Lieutenant Milliet

Television credits include: Secret Service Operative, Robin, in Richard Hammond's Secret Service (Endemol/BBC); Rob in Shop Floor Heroes (Bulleyes TV/E4); Doctor in Secret Service(BBC1/Endemol); Various Roles in Flash Prank(MTV/Splash Media); Michael in Gary: TankCommander (The Comedy Unit/RDF); Chav in The Wall: Me Is A Legend (Zeppotron/Endemol); Ian in The Wall (Zeppotron/Endemol).
Film credits include: Lt. Paul-Eugene Milliet in Loving Vincent (Breakthru Films/Trademark Films); Lanlord in Bill (BBC Films/Cowboy Films/PunkCinema).

 

Stage credits include: Hamlet/lago/Tybalt/Antipholus/Lance in Bard Of Hope And Glory; Lead in The Treason Show (Brighton Open Air Theatre); Slender in The Merry Wives Of Windsor (Brighton Open Air Theatre); Iprov Shuffle (The Hee Ha's); Mark in The Last Lunch (Something Underground).

 

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The poet soldier

“He was an interesting man. Things only got strange when that friend of his, Gaugin, came.”

Josh Burdett stars as Zouave

Josh Burdett is a British actor known for his roles in films such as The Final Haunting and will also be appearing in the upcoming ABC/Lionsgate television series Guilt. Originally from Somerset, he became bilingual after studying French at Royal Holloway, University of London and worked in the yachting industry before starting his acting career, training at the Stella Adler Studio and with Ivana Chubbuck.

 

In addition to film and TV, Josh is also the face of the new commercial campaign for Porsche. Josh is English but employs an array of accents, including American and the Scottish accent he used for his role as Zouave in Loving Vincent.

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The foot soldier

“He was friends with the crazy. That’s all I said!”

Holly Earl stars as La Mousme

Holly Earl made her acting debut at the age of four, appearing in numerous shows and films, including the popular Christmas film The Greatest Store in the World. Since then she has continued to act, performing in acclaimed shows such asDoctor Who, Skins and Cuckoo. She recently worked with Nicole Kidman and James Franco in Werner Herzog’s epic Queen of the Desert.

 

A keen painter herself, Holly was excited to be transported into the world of Van Gogh and have the opportunity to embody one of his fabulous characters. 

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The sceptical working-girl

“I signed it. And that’s well and good! He was mad!”

Joe Stuckey stars as Idiot Boy

Originally from Somerset, Joe graduated from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in 2012. Since then he has enjoyed an eclectic career predominantly in Theatre, working both in the United Kingdom and across Europe.


Recent Theatre Credits include: Macbeth (Courtyard Theatre) Twelfth Night, The Tempest, The Winter's Tale (Minack Theatre), Missing (The Cockpit), Around the World in 80 Days (Vienna's English Theatre), Tom's Midnight Garden (Birmingham Stage Company), Tin Can Riots (The Pleasence), A Midsummer Nights Dream (Southbank Centre), The Importance of Being Earnest, The Rivals (Panache Theatre Comapny)
Film: Loving Vincent marks Joe's screen debut.

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“The village idiot”

Robin Hodges stars as Lieutenant Milliet

Josh Burdett stars as Zouave

Holly Earl stars as La Mousme

Joe Stuckey stars as Idiot Boy

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