KEEPING Faith is the BBC drama that just continues to push boundaries by breaking all kinds of records on iPlayer.
The show is now back for a third series with Eve Myles once again leading the cast.
Who's in the Keeping Faith cast?
Eve Myles as Faith Howells
Born July 26, 1978, Eve Myles is a Welsh actress, best known for her lead role in Doctor Who spin-off series, Torchwood, alongside John Barrowman.
She graduated from the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama in 2000 and landed her first role as Ceri Lewis in BBC drama Belonging.
In 2016, Eve took on the role of Mrs Jenkins in the critically-lauded ITV series, Victoria with Jenna Coleman and played Gwen Parry-Jones in A Very English Scandal.
She played DS Lola Franks in 2020 crime drama We Hunt Together.
Eve plays Faith Howells, a lawyer and mother, who is seen in the first series trying to discover what happened to her husband Evan after he mysteriously disappeared upon the birth of their child.
Bradley Freegard as Evan Howells
Bradley Freegard was born in 1983 in Pontypridd, Wales, and met wife Eve at the National Youth Theatre in 1994, before the pair married in Italy in 2013.
In addition to being her real-life husband, the 35-year-old also plays the role of her on-screen other-half Evan Howells who disappears after the birth of their child.
Bradley became the first Welsh character to debut on EastEnders for 16 years with his 2012 appearance as Gethin Williams.
His other TV credits include small roles on Casualty and Doctors and he co-starred alongside Danny Dyer as Tyler in 1999's Human Traffic.
In 2021 you can also catch him in Netflix series Vikings: Valhalla.
Hannah Daniel as Cerys Jones
Born January 20, 1986, Hannah Daniel was raised in Whitchurch, Cardiff, before studying English literature at University College London.
At age 16, Hannah became a member of the National Youth Theatre Wales where she returned later to assist with their Outreach projects.
She's best known for her roles on BBC Wales TV film Dad and as DS Siân Owen on police detective drama Hinterland.
She's also appeared in EastEnders as DCI Morgan and has had small roles in other BBC soaps Casualty and Doctors.
Mark Lewis Jones as Steve Baldini
Born November 16, 1964, Mark Lewis Jones began working with the Clywd Youth Theatre before joining the Royal Shakespeare Company.
He stars as Steve Baldini in Keeping Faith, and there's lots of chemistry with Faith.
He has appeared in a number of TV shows including Holby City, Murphy's Law, and Torchwood with current co-star Eve.
He appeared in the first season of hit fantasy drama Game Of Thrones as Shagga, the hill tribe leader.
Mark auditioned unsuccessfully for Star Wars: The Force Awakens but he won the part of Captain Canady for its sequel Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
In 2020 he starred as Inspector Welch in Netflix film Rebecca and as Jason in The Third Day.
We can expect to see him in BBC Wales series The Pact in 2021.
Who else is in the cast of Keeping Faith?
- Aneirin Hughes as Tom Howells – The actor has had roles in EastEnders and Coronation Street.
- Lacey Jones as Megan Howells – Young Lacey made a mark when she starred in the first series as Faith's daughter.
- Demi Letherby as Alys Howells – Demi plays Faith's other daughter, who was just nine years old in the first series. Keeping Faith is her only role so far, but judging by her acting skills, she is likely to be seen more on TV
- Aimee-Ffion Edwards as Madlen Vaughan
- Rhashan Stone as DI Laurence Breeze
- Baptiste actress Anastasia Hille as Gael Reardon
What will happen in Keeping Faith season 3?
Keeping Faith returns TONIGHT (March 27, 2021) at 9pm on BBC One.
BBC shared a teaser: "It's been 18 months since we last saw life in Abercorran, and Faith and Evan's divorce and custody battle goes from bad to worse.
"She tries to be positive as Faith juggles being a mother and a lawyer.
"Then someone from her past returns and threatens her happy future."
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