The Cast: London Criterion Theatre
Jennifer read English and Classical Literature at the University of Leeds and trained at Drama Studio London.
Recent theatre credits include: Christina Grant in MURDER ON THE NILE for Bill Kenwright Ltd and Catriona Jekyll/Agnes/Mlle de Rives in THE STRANGE CASE OF DR JEKYLL & MR HYDE for European Arts Company.
Also: THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST, THE LATE EDWINA BLACK and RUN FOR YOUR WIFE (Sheringham Little Theatre); FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD (English Touring Theatre); ROMEO AND JULIET and TWELFTH NIGHT (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); CLOUD NINE (Union Theatre); THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY and CHEKHOV’S SHORTS (European Arts Company) and IF I WALK THROUGH HERE… (Aorta Theatre Collective).
Film: YOUNG HEARTS RUN FREE and ILLUSION.
Her radio credits include: THE SCARLET RIBBON, MONEY and THE ARABIAN NIGHTS. Jennifer has also voiced characters for games consoles including: FABLE III and NI NO KUNI.
Stephen trained at Mountview Theatre School. Theatre work includes: A CHRISTMAS CAROL, WHEN WE ARE MARRIED and THE RELAPSE (Birmingham Rep); TWELFTH NIGHT, SOAP and TIME OF MY LIFE (Royal Theatre, Northampton); HAMLET (Gielgud Theatre); PYGMALION (Albany Theatre); CYRANO DE BERGERAC (Royal National Theatre); ROUND THE HORNE…REVISITED (Leicester Square Theatre); THE 39 STEPS (Criterion Theatre); THE GAME OF LOVE AND CHANCE (Salisbury Playhouse) and LOYALTY (Hampstead Theatre).
Television work includes: MIRANDA, HATTIE, FANTABULOSA!, SKINS, CORONATION STREET, CASUALTY, CIDER WITH ROSIE, LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY, THE PRINCE AND THE PAUPER, THE THIEVING HEADMISTRESS, THE VICE, BLUE MURDER, three series of TRIAL & RETRIBUTION, THE ANTIQUES ROGUE SHOW, HEARTBEAT and MONARCH OF THE GLEN.
Film includes: FOGBOUND, THE CALCIUM KID and CHURCHILL: THE HOLLYWOOD YEARS.
Stephen has performed in many productions as a member of the BBC Radio Drama Company and played Stephen Chalkman in THE ARCHERS. Other radio work includes: CLASSIC GHOST STORIES and THE POEMS OF WILLIAM BLAKE read for audio CD.
Adam graduated from RADA in 2011.
Theatre includes: Captain Hugh Ardale in THE SECOND MRS TANQUERAY (Rose Theatre, Kingston); Matamore in THE ILLUSION (Southwark Playhouse); Jack in THE ADVENTURE (HighTide); Don Juan in THE PHOENIX OF MADRID, Pylades in IPHIGENIA and the Count in THE SURPRISE OF LOVE (Theatre Royal Bath); John Hoyle in
ENTER A GENTLEMAN (Arcola Miniaturists); David in WLTM (Old Vic Time Warner Ignite) and THE 24 HOUR PLAYS (Old Vic).
Theatre whilst training: Lola in ALL ABOUT MY MOTHER, Giles Corey in THE CRUCIBLE, George Brent, in THE YOUNG IDEA, Five (Brother) in PORNOGRAPHY, Macbeth in MACBETH, Tattle in LOVE FOR LOVE and Hal in HENRY IV (parts one and two).
Film includes: I’M NOT GAVIN, THE FOLLOWED and OUTBREAK.
Theatre credits includes: A CHRISTMAS CAROL (Northampton Royal Theatre); BEN HUR (Watermill and Fiery Angel); WAR HORSE (New London Theatre); JUDGMENT DAY (Almeida Theatre); Noël Coward’s BRIEF ENCOUNTER (Kneehigh/David Pugh Productions); THE PLAY WHAT I WROTE (David Pugh Productions); RUSSIAN ROULETTE (the Featherstonehaughs and the Cholmondeleys); A MATTER OF LIFE AND DEATH, PEER GYNT and ROMEO AND JULIET (RNT); NIGHTS AT THE CIRCUS (Kneehigh); PERFECT (Contact Theatre, Manchester); PERFECT PITCH and APRIL IN PARIS (Haymarket, Basingstoke); PERFECT DAYS (Library Theatre, Manchester); GRIMM TALES (New Victory Theatre, New York, and Sydney Festival); AS I LAY DYING, TWELFTH NIGHT, MORE GRIMM TALES and THE JUNGLE BOOK (Young Vic); THE COMEDY OF ERRORS (RSC, UK and international tours) and BOUNCERS (Hull Truck).
Television work includes:WAKING THE DEAD,WIRE IN THE BLOOD, GHOST SQUAD, GROWNUPS, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, CROSSROADS, DOCTORS, HEARTBEAT, LONDON’S BURNING, THE BILL,
CASUALTY, TOUCHING EVIL and BROOKSIDE.
Short films include: COW BRAIN, FLYBOY, HYPNODREAMDRUFF and THE COLOUR OF FUNNY.
Olivia grew up in rural Leicestershire, raised in a musical family, appearing in productions of THE WIZARD OF OZ and OLIVER! At Haymarket Theatre, Leicester, and in the BBC TV series DOWN TO EARTH. She went on to train professionally on the three-year musical theatre course at Bird College. After graduating, Olivia performed character roles for Tokyo Disney Resort in Japan. She has since supplemented her acting skills with courses at the Actors Centre, the Actors’ Studio and the Actors’ Guild, UK, and the Jeffrey Tambor workshop, Santa Monica, CA. During the past year, Olivia has gained an ever increasing amount of experience in the world of acting, appearing in a variety of short films, TV pilots, music videos and commercials (Nokia and Very.co.uk). She most recently understudied the roles of Shelby and Annelle in the UK tour of STEEL MAGNOLIAS.
Mark read drama and theatre studies at the University of Kent at Canterbury, before training at Drama Studio London.
Theatre credits include: Alan in TIME AND THE CONWAYS (Ticking Clock Productions); McNamara in an adaptation of David Almond’s WILD GIRL, WILD BOY (Pop Up Theatre); the Passer-by in Eastbourne Theatre’s national touring production of Ray Cooney’s FUNNY MONEY; Mallarkey in NOAH’S ARK (Oxford Touring Theatre Company) and
Jeremiah in MATCHES FOR MONKEYS (Chelsea Theatre). For TABS Productions, Mark has played Ross in MACBETH, Albert in MORT, Archancellor Mustrum Ridcully in LORDS AND LADIES, Bruce in BLUE/ORANGE and himself (sort of...) in THE COMPLETE WORKS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE (ABRIDGED). He has also played the Father in NOT NOW, BERNARD AND OTHER MONSTER STORIES (New Perspectives); Cliff in LOOK BACK IN ANGER (Vienna’s English Theatre) and Norman in DINNERLADIES: SECOND HELPINGS (the Comedy Theatre Company). On film, Mark played Robert (Dad) in the short film MY DAD & SPIKE (directed by Murat Kebir), which won Best Foreign Drama Film at the International Family Film Festival 2011.
Shaun trained at Arts Educational Schools London, where he played roles including: Valmont in LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES, Polixenes in THE WINTER’S TALE and the Poet in LA RONDE.
Other theatre credits include: ROUGH JUSTICE (number one tour); LADIES IN LAVENDER (number one tour); END OF THE RAINBOW (number one tour); ROMEO AND JULIET (UK and French tour); TOSCA (English National Opera); A CHRISTMAS CAROL (UK tour); TWELFTH NIGHT (Edinburgh Fringe); THE REVENGER’S TRAGEDY (Bridewell Theatre) and two years touring Australia with Brainstorm Productions.
Shaun has also appeared in campaigns for Microsoft, Nokia, BMW and Sony Ericsson, and has worked as a voice-over artist for clients such as Qantas, Reuters and the computer game DiRT 2.