JACK ELLIOT THOMSON as PETER JOY
Jack graduated from East 15 Acting School in June 2011. He made his theatre debut in the original stage adaptation of Black Beauty with Peel Talent. Since then Jack has worked on many different projects with Fifty Fifty Post Productions, Upside Down Theatre Company, Pyramid Productions and Stone Crabs Theatre Company.
TOM SANDERSON as JACOB FREEN
Tom started acting at the tender age of nine. He trained for three years at The Young Actors Company and is currently studying drama at the Goldsmiths, University of London. At 15, he was cast in the lead role of Magnus in the short film 'First Kiss' directed by Katy Milner. The film was entered into the ITV London Borough Short Film Competition and shown at numerous festivals. Tom has gone on to star in several plays and musicals as well as in corporate films for the NSPCC. Tom is represented by This Is Youth www.thisisyouth.com.
MARCO PETRUCCO as WILLY ALDRICH
Marco trained at East 15 Acting School and finished this September. Since then he has played Tybalt in Romeo and Juliet (Broadway Studio Theatre) and Willmore in Enter a Gentleman (15 Degrees East) National Portrait Gallery. Roles in training include Halder in Good, Communications Officer in Oh What a Lovely War, Trofimov in The Cherry Orchard, Jeep in Action and the title role in Hamlet. Marco also had the opportunity to work alongside Sheila Hancock in a Masterclass Workshop as Trofimov in The Cherry Orchard.
JACK CAMERON as LEWIS CRAIG
Jack grew up in London and is a Chiswick local. After attending the Arts Educational Pupil School he moved to New York to train at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts where he was awarded the Charles Jehlingler Award for Acting in 2010. After Graduation he moved to LA for a year. Jack has played roles which include Peter in Good Night Children Everywhere, Ray in Rivers & Ravines, Ralph in The Cashier and the title role in Chee Chee. He also played Codio, Flavio and Grant in the highly original Red Scarf at The Tabard and Willy in The Winterling at the Hampstead Hill Theatre. His short film roles include Mick in Diana, 'The Fling' in As You Were, and The Artist in Elusiveness.
JOSH HALL as FELIX HEARSE
Josh trained at LAMDA and the Rep College. Recent
credits have included playing Giggles the Jester in Sleeping Beauty in Centre Parcs in Longleat for The Panto Company, as well as doing supporting artist work for E4. Other credits include playing The Messenger in Jean Anouilh's adaptation of Antigone at the Oxford Playhouse, two short
plays by Josefina Niggli at The Etcetera Theatre, and
Jopari in His Dark Materials for Playbox Theatre Company, being only the second company to perform Nicholas Wright's adaptation of Phillip Pullman's books after the National Theatre.
ANDREW ST PIERRE as MARK STEIN
Andrew is currently in his second year at Kingston University studying creative writing and drama. He has completed a course in Year Out Drama in Stratford-Upon-Avon and is currently in his second year on a 2 year acting course with the Young Person Theatre Company based in Camden. His recent credits are Leo in Bassett (Soho Theatre), Greg in Body and Sold (Rose Theatre) and Finch 11 in Great Expectations (BBC/9 Films). After University he plans to do a postgraduate at drama school.
CHARLIE CUSSONS as JOHN CURLEW
Charlie is a recent graduate of drama Studio London. Originally from Yorkshire, he has now set up camp in the capital. Recent credits include Simon Stephen's 'On the Shore of the Wide World' at the Camden Peoples' Theatre, 'Obsidere' at the Soho Theatre, 'The Boy on the Bridge' at the Rose Theatre, and Patrick Wilde's 'Exposure' at the Lost Theatre. He can also be seen zumba dancing in the latest Subway commercial.