Naomi Morris - Charlie
Has most recently featured in the new Cadbury’s Twirl commercial. Prior to that, she played a lead role in the UK premiere of Frank Wildhorn’s Wonderland the Musical. Naomi was a member of the National Music Youth Theatre, and played a lead role in The Hired Man at the St James Theatre in 2014. She played the lead role in short film Shards: Don’t Talk to Strangers for the BFI/NFTS in 2015, and TV work has included Doctors (BBC) and Back (Big Talk).
Andrew Murton - Oz
As well as Above the Clouds, Andrew recently had a featured role in Let Me Go, written and directed by Polly Steele, which was released in 2017. He appeared in short film Cautionary Tales, directed by Us for Academy Films, which played film festivals worldwide. Andrew has worked extensively in the theatre, and recently appeared at London’s Hope Theatre in Another Northern Man, and at the Pleasance Theatre in Daughter written by Bill Cashmore. He has previously appeared in Loaded at the Harrogate Theatre, Found Wanting at Theatre 503, and in a variety of roles at the Cambridge Shakespeare Festival.
Philip Jackson - William
Philip is known for his many television and film roles, most notably as Chief Inspector Japp in Agatha Christie’s Poirot and Abbot Hugo in Robin of Sherwood. His film work ranges from 1979’s Scum to 2011’s Oscar-nominated My Week With Marilyn, as well as Little Voice, for which he was nominated for a SAG Award, The Best Offer, Brassed Off and Paul McCartney’s Give my Regards to Broad Street. On television, Philip recently starred in Boomers and the critically acclaimed Raised by Wolves. He is currently appearing in the hit ITV series Good Karma Hospital and in Mike Leigh’s forthcoming film Peterloo.
Cordelia Bugeja - Susan
Cordelia is best known for her roles as Melanie Hart in the TV series Family Affairs, and as Kate in Respectable on C5. She has appeared on Not Going Out and The Bill, as well as Agatha Chistie’s Poirotand Doctors alongside high-profile work in commercials for brands including Sure and Yakult. Film work includes King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (2017), Drone (2013), The Crew (2008) and When I’m Sixty-Four (2004).
Glen McCready - Jack
Glen trained at Webber Douglas Academy. His screen work includes roles in Office Romance 2.0, Not Now, Pet, The Peak and the Pit and The Value of Hard Work. Theatre includes playing Richard Burton in the world premiere rehearsed reading of Steven Berkoff's new play Corpse (directed by Berkoff at the Pleasance Theatre), Edward Lyons in Blood Brothersin the West End, and Oberon in A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Eye Theatre. Glen’s voice work includes roles in Chatterton: The Allington Solution starring Benedict Cumberbatch (BBC R4), and Arms and the Man starring Rory Kinnear (BBC R3). He also works extensively in voice-over, including narrating Van Gogh, A New Way of Seeing and playing Zygmunt Budge in J K Rowling's Wonderbook: Book of Potions and Major Crum in all four Wallace And Gromit Grand Adventures games.
Gordon Kennedy - Tim
Gordon recently featured in the regular role of Robbie in The Halcyon for Left Bank Pictures. He played Gordon Brown in The Audience, directed by Stephen Daldry in the West End, and starred in The James Plays directed by Laurie Sansom for the National Theatre and NTS. Other recent credits include roles in T2: Trainspotting; The Windsors for Noho; Casualty directed by Lee Haven Jones; Endeavour for Mammoth Screen/ITV; a semi-regular part on Breathless for ITV; Being Human; the feature film Borderlands directed by Elliot Goldner; MI High for Kudos; Combat Hospital for Canadian TV on location in Toronto; Sherlock for Hartswood Film; Red Faction for NBC Universal; Taggart and the fifth series of Skins. He played Little John in all three series of Robin Hood for BBC/Tiger Aspect. Gordon starred in both series of Red Cap for Stormy Pictures/BBC, as well as playing the regular character Graeme in River City for BBC Scotland.
Ian Bustard - Leo
Ian Bustard is Scottish actor and filmmaker, known for Piccadilly Cowboy (2007), A Love Divided (2014) and for directing and appearing in the Scottish BAFTA-winning 2014 documentary Marty Goes to Hollywood. He has appeared extensively on television, including parts in River City, Casualty and Monarch of the Glen among others, and as a regular on Rab C. Nesbitt. He recently featured in Edinburgh-winning feature film Calibre.