Who is in the cast of the first episode of Rules of the Game?
The first episode of RULES OF THE GAME will premiere this week, but who will star in it?
The story of workplace sexual politics will be explored in Rules of the Game.
The BBC drama is divided into four parts, with a new episode airing every week.
Here’s everything we know about Rules of the Game’s cast.
Sam, who is straight-talking and doesn’t put up with nonsense, serves as Chief Operating Officer for the family-run business.
She is played by actress Maxine Peake, who recently starred in ITV’s Anne, a true story about a mother who fought for the truth after her son was killed at Hillsborough.
Children’s Ward, The Way We Live Now, Early Doors, Shameless, Criminal Justice, and Silk are among the other shows in which Peake has appeared.
Twinkle in the classic Victoria Wood sitcom Dinnerladies is one of her most well-known roles.
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Maya was brought in as the company’s new HR Director to try to help the employees.
Rakhee Thakrar, who can be seen as teacher Emily Sands in Netflix’s Sex Education, plays her.
Fans of soap operas will recognize Thakrar as Shabnam Masood, who played the role of Shabnam Masood for two years on EastEnders.
Thakrar starred as Mia in The Girl Before, a four-part drama that premiered at the end of last year.
Anita is the widow of Harry, the family’s company’s founder.
Alison Steadman, who has appeared in Shirley Valentine, Abigail’s Party, Orphan Black, Life, and Boomers, plays her.
In the BBC One sitcom Gavin and Stacey, Steadman played Pam Shipman.
She plays Maureen Judd in the upcoming film The Mud Hut, which is currently in post-production.
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The company and its employees are the focus of DI Eve Preston’s investigation.
Susan Wokoma, who played Raquel in the E4 show Crazyhead and Cynthia in Chewing Gum, plays DI Preston.
Wokoma was named one of Europe’s Forbes 30 Under 30 in 2017.
In the same year, an international named her a BAFTA Breakthrough Brit.
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