Meet the cast of ITVs White House Farm from Cressida Bonas to Alfie Allen


THE White House Farm murders will be remembered tonight in a new ITV drama.

With the six-part series comes an impressive cast including Game of Thrones star Alfie Allen and Prince Harry’s ex-girlfriend Cressida Bonas.

White House Farm is a new ITV drama with a star cast

Who is in the cast of White House Farm?

The true crime drama is based onJeremy Bamber, who was jailed for life after killing his family at an Essex farm in 1985.

The White House Farm murderswere the grisly killings of five people – June and Nevill Bamber, their adopted daughter Shelia, and their grandchildren Daniel and Nicholas.

The show has an all-star cast:

Freddie Fox

Freddie Fox takes on the lead role of evil Jeremy Bamber
Freddie Fox takes on the lead role of evil Jeremy Bamber

Freddie, of the famous Fox family acting dynasty, plays murderer Jeremy Bamber,

His family includes his Silent Witness star sister Emilia Fox, his dad Edward and cousin Laurence Fox.

Freddie, 30, is riding high at the moment thanks to roles in The Riot Club, Watership Down and the combined Channel 4 TV shows Cucumba and Banana.

Speaking about playing killer Bamber he told What’s On TV: My father remembered the case.

The scripts were very strong, but I was worried about what might happen after Id played the part. My father knew Id be excited at the prospect of playing such an interesting role in a great TV series, but said I should think about it carefully. I thought about it long and hard and I think my decision to do it has been vindicated!

Cressida Bonas

Model and actressCressida Bonasplays Bamber's sister Sheila Caffell
Model and actressCressida Bonasplays Bamber’s sister Sheila Caffell

Prince Harrys ex-girlfriendCressida Bonasplays Bamber’s sister and victim, Sheila Caffell.

The actress was once touted as Harry’s future bride, but is now engaged to Harry Wentworth-Stanley.

Cressida’s 30,000-a-year education at Stowe Schoool in Buckingham lead to a dance degree at Leeds University, where she got into acting and performed in a production of Othello.

She kept up her acting work before branching out into modelling – and appeared in Vanity Fair in 2014 after being named in the year’s “International Best-Dressed” list.

Cressida went on to model for Burberry and Mulberry, appearing in a TV ad for the fashion house while working on her budding career on the stage.

Alfie Allen

Game Of Thrones star Alfie Allen takes on the role of Bamber’s pal Brett Collins

Game of Thronesstar Alfie Allen plays Brett Collins, a friend of Bamber.

Brother of Lily and son of Keith, like Freddie, Alfie grew up in a famous family.

Taking inspiration from his dad, Alfie decided to peruse a career as an actor.

His big break was playing Theon Greyjoy in GOT.

Alfie has also appeared in several high profile movies including Atonement, John Wick and Jojo Rabbit.

Mark Addy

Mark Addy is a well known actor who plays Stan Jones
Mark Addy is a well known actor who plays Stan Jones

Fellow GOT actor Mark is Stan Jones, the detective convinced of Bambers guilt from the start.

Mark is famous both in Britain and across the pond.

He shot to international stardom when he appeared in smash hit movie The Full Monty.

Mark also played Fred Flintstone in The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas (2000).

Stephen Graham

Stephen Graham (left) takes on the role of DCI Thomas ‘Taff’ Jones

This is England starStephenplays DCI Thomas Taff Jones – who believed Bamber’s story at first.

This actor is definitely the man of the moment, and regularly appeared on TV in 2019.

This included a role in acclaimed TV show Line Of Duty.

Stephen also had his own Channel 4 show The Virtues.

Alexa Davies

Alexa Davies (seen here with Freddie) plays Julie
Alexa Davies (seen here with Freddie) plays Julie

Alexa, who played Julie Walters younger self inMamma Mia! Here We Go Again, plays Julie in the series.

The actress is just starting out on her career and has already bagged some big roles.

She has also appeared on Cuckoo, Grantchester and Holby City.

When does White House Farm start on ITV?

White House Farm starts TONIGHT (January 8, 2020) at 9pm on ITV.

It will run for six episodes.

The show will then be available on theITV Hubafter each episode has aired.