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Shona McWilliams – Jennifer
Shona trained at Goldsmith College, London.

Film work: Gracie Kramer in Mrs Henderson Presents and The Stranger in Reptile Day.

Television work: Elenore Zugun in Ghost Hunter-Harry Price and MTV Idents. Theatre includes Lolita in Lolita (Act Provocateur International), Trudi in Pulp Fiction-Live! (Camden Underworld) and Hoxton Girl in The Belly of The Beast (The Space@Hampstead Theatre) .

Richard Betts – Marty
Television work: The Thick of It, Eastenders, The North West Passage, Family Affairs, Forensic Pathology, Looking for Victoria, London’s Burning, Inspector Morse, Casualty, Grange Hill, The Trial of Harold Shipman and some phony trial thing for ITV in which he does a fair old job as a pathologist who knows his way round a corpse alright. . He has also been in numerous commercials and voice-overs.

Theatre work:  Mike in West (UK tour), The Dramatic Attitudes of Miss Fanny Kemble and Around the World in Eighty Days (Nuffield Theatre, Southampton), Tartuffe (Jermyn Street Theatre), The Witlings (The Theatre Museum), Fragments (Old Red Lion & Man in the Moon), Lunchtime Concert (Finborough and tour) and The Duchess of Malfi (Duke of Cambridge) .

Tiffany Stevenson – Laura
Tiffany is an actress and stand up who has worked with some of the most successful names in British comedy including  Ricky Gervais, Stephen Fry, Nina Wadia, John Bird, Stewart Lee, Mike McShane and Phil Nichol.

She was a finalist in ITV's 'Show Me The Funny' stand up competetion show and has been seen recently on telly in shows like 'Never Mind The Buzzcocks' and '8 out of 10 Cats' . Tiff is delighted at this as her ambition is to be a 21st century blonde Bob Monkhouse.

Film & TV work: The Office, Absolute Power,Chambers and 'Never Mind The Buzzcocks' .In 2005, she played agony aunt/plastic surgery addict Montana Mounds in FWTV, a spoof magazine show on ITV2.  She also played American Maisy Curtis in Orson Welles – Fact or Fiction, directed by Oscar nominated David Bartlett. Lead in indie feature, Spinning Candyfloss [opened at Raindance] and in Dizzee Rascal's pop vid' 'Dirty Cash' as a demented book burning member of the townsfolk. 

Tiff is always on display at the Edinburgh Festival: She was in Stewart Lee’s play Talk Radio, and can be seen variously hosting risky new material night 'Old Rope', in comedy/music combo 'Lady & The Tramp' , more recently with Zoe Lyons in 'Girls With Guns' and in her own one woman show 'Dictators' [in which she gets to bleat on about how her mother ruined her life etc]

Michael Urly – [aka Michael Edwards] Composer
Michael has worked on Whale Rider (2001) and Layer Cake (2004) with Lisa Gerrard, and The Front Line (2006) with Patrick Cassidy. TV Drama includes Water Rats, Murder Call, Town and Country and Something for the Weekend. He has worked on the BBC Storyville documentary Before The Flood (2004), over 100 TV commercials from all over the world, and themes for Channel 7 National News (Australia) (1999), Sky Channel Station ID (1999) and ESPN in Singapore. Remixes include Moloko – ‘Cannot Contain This’ (2003) and Stonebridge – ‘Put em high’ (2005) (Top 10 UK). He also toured worldwide playing keyboards with Dead Can Dance, Darren Hayes and Morcheeba. He is currently playing/producing with Lisa Gerrard on albums, tours and Japanese feature films.

Malcolm F. Edmonds –Director of Photography
Malcolm has been a director of photography and documentary lighting cameraman for 10 years. Credits can be found on www.bokeh.tv

Vincent Franklin – Dill
Vince trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and joined the English Shakespeare Company.

Theatre work: rep seasons at Harrogate, Ipswich, Worcester, Coventry and Greenwich and various single plays with the Oxford Stage Company, at Battersea Arts Centre and The Old Red Lion.

Television work:  Circle of Deceit, Sharman, Berkley Square, Kavanagh QC, Trail of Guilt, Thursday the 12th, Making Waves, Hustle II and The Virgin Queen. Comedy work includes Alexei Sayle’s Merry-Go-Round, People Like Us, The Office, Chambers, two series of Sir Gadabout, The Shoreditch Tw*t, Wild West, Green Wing, The Worst Week Of My Life, Doc Martin and the post Langham alternative, very sweary 'Thick Of It' with Armando Iannucci.

Vince has recently starred in 'Cucumber' on C4.

Film work: The Woodlanders; Topsy-Turvy and Vera Drake, both directed by Mike Leigh; From Hell directed by The Hughes Brothers; The Bourne Identity, Bonkers, The Illusionist, Bright Star,Confetti, Mr Turner.

Louisa D'Arcy – Art Director
Singaporean by birth, Louisa D'Arcy grew up in London, and gained a BA in Cultures & Belief Systems from Greenwich University in 1995. From 1996, she worked as a freelance Interior Designer & Decorator and joined the film industry at Pinewood Studios as a runner 5 years later.

Art Direction credits include the 2003 feature film Everything, starring Ray Winstone. In 2005, she set up design company 'Perfect-Edge Ltd' with production designer Christophe Spurling.

Christophe Spurling – Designer
After training as an industrial designer at Loughborough University, Christophe joined the film industry in 2000. In 2003, he designed his third feature film Everything, staring Ray Winstone and Jan Graveson, and two years later teamed up with Louisa D’Arcy to form the design company ‘Perfect-Edge Ltd’.

Hannah Patterson
Hannah works as a film journalist, and has commissioned, written and edited numerous books on film and television, including 'Sight and Sound''. In theatre, she has worked as a director, and a script reader/advisor for the London New Plays Festival, and a judge for the London Fringe Awards; plays in development include Much and The Haven. She won the Short Pitch award at Britdoc '08 and used that funding to produce Shelter In Place , a documentary about polluted life in Texas oil-towns.

Graeme Holmes – Writer/Director
After attending film school at Bristol University, Graeme’s done more than a decade’s hard labour in television documentaries. Exploring that fine line between multi-skilling and “mucking about”, he has been variously a scriptwriter, offline editor, director and producer on some 300 films. Now Graeme is drifting amusingly towards his true love: comedy drama. He is also the mogul behind stand up night 'Comedy Gold' and the stand up sitcom 'CrashPad'

Credits include:
Fleshing Out:
New London Play Festival  [writer], Raw Spice: ITV documentary [editor], Model Turned Actor: C4 documentaries [editor], Before The Flood: BBC documentary [editor], Meerkat Manor [editor] Crime Business:Bravo documentaries [producer/director], Sex On The Job: Sky One documentaries [producer].


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