Leo Hatton

British actress Leo Hatton, on the cusp of a promising career, has joined the roster at Artists First for talent management.

This exciting development comes ahead of the Season 2 premiere of “No Man’s Land,” the Hulu/Fremantle series that delves into the Syrian civil war. Leo Hatton is set to play a regular role in this gripping thriller, created by María Feldman and Eitan Mansuri. The series offers a unique perspective on the conflict, following a man’s quest to find his missing sister amidst the chaos. Along the way, he encounters a diverse group of characters and is drawn into a web of secrets and betrayals, grappling with the moral complexities surrounding the ongoing war. Hatton joins an ensemble cast that includes Mélanie Thierry, Souheila Yacoub, James Krishna Floyd, and Zed Josef, among others.

Leo Hatton’s upcoming projects also include the Israeli-American indie film “The King of Sunflowers,” directed by Emil Ben Shimon.

Hailing from London, Hatton has already made a mark in British television, appearing in series like “Queens,” “Will,” “Endeavour,” “Death in Paradise,” and, most recently, “Silent Witness.” She has also made notable appearances in acclaimed works such as Fyzal Boulifa’s “Rate Me,” which earned the Best Short Film Award at Cannes’ Quinzaine de Realisateurs, and featured alongside Adrien Brody in “Come Together: A Fashion Picture in Motion,” a 2016 holiday short directed by Wes Anderson for H&M.

Artists First, a talent management and production company, focuses on representing actors, writers, directors, and producers across various entertainment mediums, including film, television, and digital media. Their impressive roster features industry luminaries like Martin Lawrence, Awkwafina, Kenya Barris, Anthony Anderson, Tracee Ellis Ross, Niecy Nash, Ed Helms, Will Arnett, Ike Barinholtz, Paul Walter Hauser, Kate McKinnon, Michael Showalter, Jon M. Chu, Lior Raz, Mitch Hurwitz, and Cristela Alonzo, among others.

Leo Hatton will continue to be represented by Middleweek Newton Talent Management in the UK, as her career continues to ascend.

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