Bearing a striking resemblance to fellow British thespian Benedict Cumberbatch, English actor Gabriel Vick first gained widespread notice for his role as Feuilly in the Hollywood blockbuster film "Les Miserables" (2012). As one of the student revolutionaries in 18th century Paris, Vick starred alongside fellow Englishman Eddie Redmayne, who played love-struck bourgeoisie Marius. Prior to his appearance in "Les Miserables," Vick gave notable performances in the thriller "Eliminate Archie Cookson" (2011) and the sitcom "White Van Man" (BBC 2011-12). In addition to peppering his resume with television appearances, Vick was also cast in the 2013 film "The Invisible Woman," a historical drama directed by and starring Ralph Fiennes about British author Charles Dickens' affair with a younger woman. Not content to simply act on stage, in television and in films, Vick rounded out his resume as one of the co-writers of the musical comedy "Miss Atomic Bomb." Set in America in the 1950s, the show tells the story of a Utah farm girl who travels to Las Vegas to enter the Miss Atomic Bomb pageant. Vick co-wrote the show with collaborators Adam Long and Alex Johnson-Long. The show began its first workshop in 2013.