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White Lines Cast: Where You’ve Seen The Stars Of The Netflix Drama Before

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White Lines has become one of the most talked-about Netflix dramas of the year since it was released earlier this month, thanks in part to its eclectic cast.

The Ibiza-based murder-mystery boasts some great acting talent, well-known faces and even some international names, and if you’ve been left wondering where you’ve seen all of them before, we can help with that...

Laura Haddock plays Zoe Walker

Laura first came to prominence playing Alison, the love interest of Will McKenzie, in the first Inbetweeners film in 2011.

Since then, she’s had a number of other high-profile film roles, appearing as Meredith Quill in two Guardians Of The Galaxy films and Viviane Wembly in 2017’s Transformers: The Last Knight.

On TV, Laura has starred in a number of BBC dramas, including Upstairs, Downstairs in 2012, Luther in 2015, and The Musketeers in 2016.

More recently, she had a leading role in the 2019 hit The Capture, in which she played the defence lawyer of soldier Shaun Emery.

Laura was also married to fellow actor Sam Claflin, with whom she shares two daughters, but they split in 2019 after six years of marriage.

Tom Rhys Harries plays Axel Collins

While Tom is a relative newcomer to TV, he is an established theatre star, starring in The History Boys, Torch Song Trilogy and The Seagull, alongside Game Of ThronesEmilia Clarke. In 2014, he made his West End debut in MOJO alongside White Lines co-star Daniel Mays.

TV-wise, Tom appeared in the second series of Michaela Coel’s E4 sitcom Chewing Gum and HBO/Sky Atlantic series Britannia.

He has also appeared in the film Hunky Dory opposite Minnie Driver and had a minor role in the Inbetweeners Movie sequel in 2014.

Daniel Mays plays Marcus Ward

After making a number of appearances in various TV dramas including Tipping The Velvet and Funland, Daniel’s real breakthrough came in 2010, playing Jim Keats in the third and final series of Ashes To Ashes.

From there, he took the lead alongside Anna Friel in 2012’s Public Enemies and played the Great Train Robber Ronnie Biggs in ITV’s........

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