DAVID WAYMAN - as "Alex"​

25 year-old David made his feature-film Début in British Zombie Movie 'The Dead Inside', followed by "Afterdeath". He also played the lead role in medieval buddy comedy feature "Knight Knight" (2012).


Theatre Credits include the title role in "A Picture of Dorian Gray", Benedick in Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing" and Captain Phoebus in "The Hunchback of Notre Dame".


SHARLIT DEYZAC - as "Pénélope"​

Having lived abroad with her French family and been educated in American schools from a young age, Sharlit is bilingual and multi-cultural.


Sharlit has had an array of acting experience in French and English productions. Projects include feature films “Mr. Bean's Holiday” and “Picnic in Gaza”, various short films (including her own short piece "la Reveuse" which was nominated at the Festival du Très Court last year), commercials for the BBC and ITV, and a number of multilingual plays performed across Europe.


DEE TAILS - as "Squid"​

London born actor Dee Tails shot to fame as a youngster being a member of MN8, selling over 2 million records worldwide.


Since then, he has performed in a number of high profile operas at the Royal Opera House (London) and also performed “Romeo & Juliet” playing Paris and “Macbeth” playing First Murderer in the West End.


Dee appeared as a Gotham City Police Officer in Chris Nolan’s “Batman Begins” and will soon be appearing in “Captain Phillips”, a Paul Greengrass film. 






Adrian was born in Zimbabwe and later educated and trained in the UK.


His Feature film roles include “AVP Alien Vs Predator”, “Chasing Liberty”, “Clash of the Titans”, “The Veteran” and the forthcoming George Clooney WWII caper, “The Monuments Men”.


He also played in many TV series including “Coronation St”, “Dangerfield”, “Manchild”, “Mystery Files”, "Silent Witness" and “Red Dwarf”.





JUDY BUXTON - as "Stella"​

Judy has worked extensively in theatre and television. She was a member of the Royal Shakespeare company for 3 years where she played leading parts such as “Juliet” in “Romeo and Juliet” Iphigenia in The Greeks and Jessica in the Merchant of Venice. Her West End credits include Ray Cooney’s successful farce “Run for your Wife” “A Murder is Announced” and “The Ghost Train” at the Old Vic.


Television work include many comedy shows such as Rising Damp and the comedy series “ On the Up”.






LOUIS BERNARD - as "Jean-Paul"​

Louis Bernard is a French actor who has lived in Canada, Taiwan and

Australia before settling in the UK.


He has trained at the Actors Centre in London, and is about to

start a post-graduate in acting at the Academy of Live and Recorded

Arts in south London.


Louis is part of the FBI: a French Improvisation theatre company based in London.






CHARLOTTE LEWIS - as "Rebecca"​

Charlotte Lewis is a 20 years old graduate from the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts.


Over the past 2 years she has played various roles in 6 feature films and one TV pilot. 

Charlotte has worked with Bob Hoskins in “Get Lucky”, Ashley Walters in “Sket”, Emily Atack in “Get Lucky” and Frankie Boyle.