The actress slash comedian plays a sugar baby anxiety magnet in this claustrophobic Jewish comedy.
Born in Sudan, raised in the American Midwest, Dua Saleh is now in Wales, wrapping a role in Sex Education. But just how did a queer underground musician land a part in one of Netflix's biggest shows?
The HBO Max series was created by a teenage girl and her father, produced by Lena Dunham, and explores all the hype and glory of a post-everything generation.
Having gone public about her experience of domestic abuse, FKA twigs has returned with creative confidence. Here, the artist and activist speaks to her friend and I May Destroy You creator, Michaela Coel, about a new batch of music inspired by a wave of freedom.
After EastEnders, Roots and Small Axe, the Londoner now stars in super-slick banking thriller Devils. But he does it all while championing the ethos learned alongside drama school mates Letitia Wright and John Boyega.