Blake Harrison stars in the sequel to the smash hit British comedy The Inbetweeners movie.
Based on the hit Channel 4 comedy series, The Inbetweeners released their first film in 2011, which went on to be the UK’s most successful comedy film of all time. Now they are back with more antics in Australia.
Blake is reprising his leading role as helpless half-wit Neil. Blake has also recently starred in British independent thriller Keeping Rosy and lead ITV sitcom Edge of Heaven and Comedy Central’s Big Bad World.Tamla Kari also reprises her role of Lucy, Simon’s now girlfriend who struggles to deal with their separation when he joins the boys in Australia. Tamla is currently filming the second series of the BBC/BBC American show The Musketeers in which she stars as Constance Bonacieux.
Oliver Johnstone plays the too cool for school traveller, Kristian, who’s too busy being an authentic backpacker to have time for the boys childish ways. Oliver recently finished playing the lead in the critically acclaimed production of Spring Awakening for Headlong theatre company.
Lucy Cohu plays Nikki, the fun, marijuana smoking hippie the boys meet on their travels. Lucy will also soon be seen playing the female lead opposite Aiden Gillen in the drama Citizen Charlie and Michael Winterbottoms' new film Face of an Angel.
Adam Nagaitis also features as Pete. Adam was recently seen in Happy Valley for BBC One playing ‘Brett’. He’s soon to appear in a leading role in Jimmy McGovern’s series, Banished, also for BBC One.
The Inbetweeners 2 premieres in London on 5th August and will be in cinemas nationwide from the 6th August 2014.