Stath Lets Flats, the smash-hit comedy from Jamie Demetriou, made a very welcome return to Channel 4 with the release of its highly-anticipated third season at the end of October.
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The BAFTA-winning comedy follows an incompetent and chaotic lettings agent who works at his father’s company in North London and consistently fails in his work and love life.
WATCH: The trailer for Stath Lets Flats season three
The show picks up where it left off at the end of season two, with Stath an expectant father and the family letting agency in jeopardy.
Jamie Demetriou - Stath
Jamie Demetriou plays the titular character of Stath in season three. Viewers may recognise Jamie from the smash-hit BBC comedy-drama Fleabag in which he played the character Bus Rodent.
Since then, Jamie has featured in major films such as Paddington 2 and Disney’s Cruella.
Jamie plays the titular character Stath
Natasia Demetriou - Sophie
Jamie’s sister Natasia also returns to play Stath’s sister Sophie in the sitcom series. Natasia is best known for her role as Nadja, a Greek Romani vampire in the critically-acclaimed horror-comedy series What We Do in the Shadows.
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She also appeared as the flirtatious makeup artist Tiff in the second season of This Time with Alan Partridge.
Natasia plays Stath's sister Sophie
Al Roberts - Al
Al Roberts plays the painfully shy yet oddly charming Michael & Eagle employee Al, who is obsessed with Stath’s sister Sophie. Viewers may recognise Al from the BBC sitcom King Gary or the romantic Netflix series Feel Good.
Viewers may recognise Al from the BBC sitcom King Gary
Christos Stergioglou - Vasos
Christos Stergioglou returns as Stath’s eccentric father Vasos. Christos has appeared in many Greek drama films over the course of his career, including Dogtooth which was nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the 83rd Academy Awards.
Vasos is played by Christos Stergioglou
Katy Wix - Carole
Katy Wix, who plays Carole in the series, is best known for her television roles in the BBC sitcoms Not Going Out and Ghosts. As well as playing Sarah Ferguson in Channel 4’s The Windsors, Katy has appeared in other comedy series such as Outnumbered, Miranda and Absolutely Fabulous.
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Katy is known for her work in sitcoms Not Going Out and Ghosts
Kiell Smith-Bynoe - Dean
Kiell Smith-Bynoe, who plays disillusioned lettings agent Dean, is known for playing a lead role in the BBC sitcom Ghosts. Kiell has also appeared in the comedy-dramas Man Like Mobeen and Enterprice.
Kiell plays disillusioned lettings agent Dean
Ellie White - Katia
Ellie White plays Sophie’s best friend and Stath’s love interest Katia in the comedy series. Viewers may recognise her from her role as Princess Beatrice of York in Channel 4’s spoof royal comedy The Windsors.
Ellie plays Sophie's best friend Katia
Charlie Cooper - Gregory
This Country's Charlie Cooper appears as a guest star in the new series, playing a lettings agent running a rival agency called Live Love Lets. Charlie rose to fame after writing and starring in the BBC's hit comedy series This Country, which he created with his sister Daisy May Cooper.
Charlie is best known for playing Kurtan in This Country
Julia Davis - Kris
Julia Davis will guest in one episode as Carole's snobbish sister Kris. Viewers will recognise Julia from her roles as Dawn in Gavin and Stacey, and Jill in Nighty Night.
Julia plays Carole's sister in the new series
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