New BBC crime drama Four Lives featuring Samuel Barnett, Daniel Ryan and Milo Twomey gets outstanding reviews from critics

New BBC crime drama Four Lives featuring Samuel Barnett, Daniel Ryan and Milo Twomey gets outstanding reviews from critics

The true-crime drama launched on BBC One last night and will air across consecutive nights this week, with all episodes available on iPlayer now. It tells the true story of the victims of the serial killer Stephen Port, a loner who killed 4 young men having met them on Grindr in Barking, East London between 2014-2015.  The show portrays how their families and friends worked tirelessly to find out what happened to them.  Sheridan Smith stars as Sarah Sak, the mother of one of the victims who leads the campaign for the truth.  Stephen Merchant stars as killer Stephen Port.  

The impressive cast also includes Samuel Barnett as Ryan Edwards, who lived next door to the killer and was the closest thing Port had to 'a friend'.  Daniel Ryan  plays Adam Whitworth, father of Port's third victim, Daniel Whitworth and Milo Twomey appears as the Met police officer who interrogates Steven Port and eventually gets him to crack.

Reviewers have heaped praise on the show with the Telegraph saying it is "true-crime drama done as well as it can be" and the Independent calling it a "drama that’s hard to take your eyes off". 

Samuel Barnett, Daniel Ryan and Milo Twomey are all available for voiceovers from Anthea Represents.  Click on their images for their profile pages and voiceover showreels. 

Featured Voiceover Artists

Samuel Barnett
30s-40s, Yorkshire, Northern, Neutral, British American
Daniel Ryan
40s-50s, Cheshire, Northern, Lancashire, Multiple

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