Phil Dunstar (Jamie Tartt) is the team’s smug, star player who delights in being a locker room bully and widely adored soccer champ. However, he reveals to moderator Matt Noble that he’s privately afraid of rising rivals, game injuries and how to navigate his stormy romantic relationship with Keeley.
Phil Dunster is a young British actor who was nominated for an Olivier award in 2016 for his leading role as Arthur in “Pink Mist” at the Bristol Old Vic. Other theatre roles include “The Entertainer” and “Romeo and Juliet” for the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company
His eclectic career has also seen Phil star in a range of TV shows from period dramas to action thrillers in roles such as the Sky 1’s Emmy Nominated show “Strike Back, “Sky Atlantic’s “Save Me” and Channel 4’s “Humans.” Further television credits include “Man in an Orange Shirt,” starring alongside Vanessa Redgrave and Emmy-Nominated comedy “Catastrophe.”
Phil’s film credits in recent years include “The Good Liar,” BBC Films’ “Judy” and “All is True.” In 2017, Phil appeared in Kenneth Branagh’s adaptation of “Murder On The Orient Express” alongside Branagh himself and Judi Dench. Recognised as a rising star, Phil is currently starring in HBO’s “Catherine the Great.”