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The Actors


Profiles of actors participating in Screen Rebels Episode VII

David Hepburn

David Hepburn is a Scottish actor based in London. David has been acting for the past 6 years, appearing in lead and supporting roles in 25 stage shows across the UK, as well as multiple short films and feature films.


Until moving to London in 2013, David performed in his home city of Aberdeen and other cities in Scotland including the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. His experiences include playing Rodolpho in Arthur Miller’s “A View from the Bridge”and Leo in Amy Herzog’s “4000 Miles” – David’s last performance in Scotland, where he was named “one of the finest actors in Aberdeen”.


In London, David has been in sold-out performances of new musical “Disappearing Wonderful” on London’s West End, and as the iconic Jack the Ripper in “Miller’s Court” in Camden.


David is continuing to work on his own writing of plays and music, and is excited to have been recently cast in a big budget feature film which will be shot this year.

Victoria Coker

Victoria Coker is a British actress from London, whose passion for acting began at a young age. Her professional training began at the prestigious Brit School; while at “the Brits” Victoria largely focused on her acting abilities.


Victoria has performed a diverse range of roles from Shakespeare to contemporary and has proven to be versatile actor who delivers powerful and compelling performances.


You can discover more about Victoria at her website: 

Craig Kelly

Craig Kelly (Stage name Craig McDonald-Kelly) is a Scotland born, New York City trained actor now living in London. Studied at the New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts. 


Currently a series regular in new BBC1 Drama 'The A Word' set to air in Spring 2016.Other work includes The Backseat (Dir - Ryan O'Leary) Living With The Dead (Dir - Christine Vartoughian) Deep Pan Fury (Dir - Charlie Dennis) Trailers and info for all films and work can be found at 


Doing good work with good people is Craig's personal goal in all things acting and life.


Grace Hendy

Grace is an Irish Actress. She trained at the Conservatory of Music and Drama in Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland and graduated with a  Hons. BA in Drama Performance. She moved to London over a year ago to further her career and is loving it.


She has experience is Theatre, Film, TV and Radio and some of her recent credits include: Merry Frey, Game of Thrones, HBO Season Three directed by David Nutter and Grace in Halowin, a short film directed by Paco Torres and selected by Lars Von Triers' project Gesamt which was screened worldwide. 

Harry Boyd
Emma Spearing

Harry Boyd studied Drama BA at Exeter University and then went on the train at Guildford School of Acting in MA Acting. Since graduating in 2014 Harry has been cast in a variety of stage plays and musicals with established companies such as Director’s Cut Theatre Company, London Be Nice, Hurricane Touring Theatre, Principal Theatre Company and The Untold Theatre Company, as well as several short films with respected companies such as HyneSight Films, ELT Films, MWS Media, Keir Burrows and Chalkboard TV.

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Emma trained at E15 acting school. She has performed on stage in many productions both classical and new writing, most recent work includes the one woman show 'Lady Connie and the suffragettes' (The Junction), which will be touring the UK in spring 2016. She has also performed as Our Steve's Wife in The Choice (The Proud Archivist), Laura in Women of Twilight (The Pleasance,The White Bear),  Mrs Ashley in World Turned Upside Down (The Cockpit), Gertrude in Hamlet , Cavale in Cowboy Mouth, Ranyevskaia in The Cherry Orchard, Hermione in The Winter's Tale, and can be seen on screen in a couple of different projects at the moment. She also has regular voice over work. Emma has been interested in clown and devised work for a few years and has focused on working with some fantastic clown and physical theatre teachers over the last 18 months. She is also learning aerial trapeze and hoop.


Paula Rodriguez
Kai Henderson

After graduating in RESAD 2007 collaborates with companies like "Extemporanea" or "Cuarta pared". Since 2009, is part of "Delabarca", Comapny specializing in Calderón, directed by Nuria Alkorta. In 2012 works with "The National Classical Theatre Company" under the direction of Ernesto Caballero.

Also participates in series like "Cuéntame cómo pasó" and "Nada que celebrar". She continued her training with masters of "SITI Company" of New York and the Canadian director Jeremy James, among others.

In 2010-2011 takes a MA in Performing Arts in the Complutense University. In 2013 she moves to England to start a second MA on acting in The Royal School of Speech & Drama, with a full scholarship from La Caixa. In London she works in Dominus by Luis Bekard, a one-woman show directed by Tim Timingraham Lee and premiered at Theatre 503. She also collaborates with companies such as  "The Spanish Thetare Company" "Underconstruction", "Little World Theatre" or "CASA festival". She is currently devising two projects "Rosaura" and "The Uncanny".

Kai Henderson is a Scottish actor, musician, novelist and screenwriter. With over a decade of experience in stage, TV, film and radio, Kai's recent acting credits include the popular sitcoms 'Meet the Adebanjos' and 'The TBoy Show'. Kai is currently a touring cast member of 'Buddy Holly and The Cricketers', the world's longest-running Buddy Holly theatre show. Kai's background as a rock/metal guitarist and vocalist serves as a foundation for his session and live music performances.


Current projects include writing and performing a play with music with fellow actor/musician JB Newman; finalising his latest novel, 'Vida Fantasma Part I: Dark Room'; and developing a number of feature length screenplays. Kai's own writing focuses on thrilling tales about kick-ass female protagonists.


Kai has been based in London for 3 years, and is very excited to be working with new talent and ideas through the Screen Rebels team.


You can discover more about Kai at his website:

Howard Corlett
Alex McConnell

Howard is originally from the Wirral but has lived in London now for 16 years. He started off with a taste for languages, studying French, Spanish and Portuguese at university and subsequently living abroad. That led to a round-the-world trip and a career in the Travel Industry. Howard hung up his corporate boots 10 years ago, at the time he competed in the BBC1 finals of Strictly Dance Fever and has since worked professionally as an actor, presenter and voice over artist. Recent work this past year includes TV credits on Outlander, Casualty, Eastenders, Home Fires, The Five and Murder Maps as well as comedy feature film Mr Rudolpho’s Jubilee shot in Berlin.


Alex is a London based actor. He trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.


He  also co-founder of both The Collective (an actor’s workshop group) and The Little London Theatre Co which was set up as a platform for new writing and new adaptations of existing plays.


His most recent credits include: The Co Star, a short film directed by Rhian Green / Taylor Made Films, and the feature film; Alien Dawn, directed by directed by Neil Johnson / Morphius films. 

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