Aislinn De’Ath – Rachel
Aislinn De’Ath is an actress for stage, screen and radio. Trained at the National Youth Theatre and Drama Centre London, she is known for her work as Veronica McShell in internationally acclaimed app Zombies, Run!, as Caitlin in BBC’s Silent Witness, as well as her leading roles in a plethora of short films, theatre shows and music videos for artists such as Ghostpoet and Apollo 440.
Aislinn also writes and currently has a film in post-production for Flight of Fancy and two in development with Little Glass Films and Triskelle films.
Robert Dukes – Josh
Robert Dukes is an actor for stage, screen and radio. He earned a degree in Drama at Lincoln School of Performing Arts, after which he worked with acting and success coach, Bernard Hiller in London and at his studios in LA. Since then he has worked and trained with The Actors Class in London, culminating in a performance in The West End.
Robert has his own film production company, Flight of Fancy Films, which has seen success in recent years with its films Shrew’d and Early Birds. They are now working on their follow up film titled Fright!.
Josh Moran – Frank
Josh Moran has over 20 years experience in acting for TV, Theatre and film. Trained at Manchester Poly ’89 his
credits include Coronation Street, Emmerdale, Heartbeat, The Last Train, Doctors, Casualty, The Royal, The Royal Today, Sherlock Holmes, Watching, Northern Lights. The Street, Robin Hood, Al’s Lads, Daziel and Pascoe and Metrosexuality. Josh has toured with Northern Broadsides, Midsummer Actors, and Shilpa Shetty.
Also a musician, Josh has drummed for several bands including Riverside Trio, Sharkfin Plectrum, Turnpike Cruisers, and The Zanti Misfitz.
Arinder Sadhra – Funeral Director
Recent Theatre includes Redefining Juliet (Barbican); Singing Stones (Arcola); Something About You (Soho Theatre); Concrete Jungle (The Courtyard); Macbeth (CityLit Rep); Press Pass at (The Bush Theatre part of Theatre Delicatessens Bush Bazaar); Women’s Spring (The Roundhouse); Unresolved at (Attic Theatre); Seven Colours (Etcetera Theatre) and; Cradle and Fall (Camden Peoples Theatre).
Recent TV includes Uncle (BBC); Moving On (BBC); Holby City (BBC); Babylon (Channel 4); and The Tunnel (Sky Atlantic)
Recent Film includes The Black Prince (Brillstein); Second Coming (hillbilly Films); Enemy Of England (Rubber Duck Films); Into The Dark (Temple Productions); The Other Woman (Chris Carr Films/Farzana Films); andAfter The World Ended – An Earth Future Tale (Vertigo-Heights Films).
Arinder has devised theatre work including Broken with Upstanding Productions (currently scripting); Shazz in Something About You with Dirty Market Theatre (Soho Theatre); Pip in Concrete Jungle (The Courtyard); Lydia Humphries in Unresolved (Attic Theatre and Abney Park Cemetery); Neeta Parmar in Seven Colours (Etcetera Theatre) and; Malina Kane in Cradle and Fall (Camden Peoples Theatre)
Devised work in Film includes Sangeeta in Into The Dark (Temple Productions)
Arinder made her debut as co-director of a short film ‘Broken’ this year. She is currently in pre-production for her first written short film and is writing a feature film.