Rosie Frecker

The Actors

 

Profiles of contributing actors. 

Matthew Tillett
 

Joanne trained at LAMDA.  Most recent work includes - Theatre: 'Lacuna' (New Wimbledon Theatre, 'XY' (Theatre 503), 'Wait' (Arcola), The White Room (ICA). Film: 'Ressurecting the Streetwalker' (Scala Productions), 'Bridge Over Blue' (Zero 1 Films).  Radio: 'Severed Threads' (BBC Radio 4), 'The Danny Baker Show' (BBC Radio 5Live).  Voiceover:  Numerous commercials and narrations for BBC, ITV, E4, Vodafone
 

Joanne also works as a professional singer and provided backing vocals for artists including The Who, George Michael, Take That and Muse at the London Olympics Closing Ceremony.

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. 

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.

Fiona Geddes
DK Ugonna

DK Ugonna trained at Drama Studio London. He most recently worked on stage in Tierra Del Fuego (Calder Bookshop Theatre) and SBM (47/49 and Amersham Arms, New Cross). Other theatre includes One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (Theatro Technis), A New Way to Pay Old Debts (Rose Theatre, Bankside), Twelfth Night (Courtyard Theatre) and Citizenship (Theatre 503).

 

He had a featured role in the award winning short film If You Have No Place to Cry (Dir. Aristotelis Maragkos), and has also completed a couple of other short film projects,Medicine Man and Unloveable. 

 

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:

 

www.victoriacoker.co.uk 

Veronique Piercy

Veronique is a Canadian actress and singer currently based in London. With training in stage, musical theatre and film, she is a versatile performer with a current focus on film and television. After an intensive one year multi disciplinary musical theatre program at the Canadian College of Performing Arts, she went on to do a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with an Acting Specialism at the University of Victoria, Canada. Outside of her schooling, she participated in many Victoria Fringe Festival shows, Applied theatre projects, amateur and semi-professional shows. Since moving to London nearly two years ago, she has completed work on several short films, and has been expanding her demo reel. Most recently on stage she was seen in Principal Theatre Company's open air production of Twelfth Night.  She is also a newly inducted National Youth Theatre of Great Britain member, completing their four week Epic Stages Program in August.  In her spare time she plays open mic nights around South London and is planning to record an album in 2015.    

 

As an actress, Kyra has worked in film, theatre (both West End and Off West End) and radio and has a keen interest in new writing.

 

She was a 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.

 

She is currently working on a devised project with an artist and set designer and is part of a regular Everyone Can Write night. 

Thomas Stephen was born in Aberdeen, Scotland and has always had a passion for acting. He moved to London from Aberdeen to make this more than just a passion. Before leaving Aberdeen he had begun making a name for himself having 30,000 people view an advert for Aberdeen Airport, "Tom's Aberdeen Adventure."

 

Thomas has both theatrical and film experience. He favours on camera work because it compliments the subtleties of his performances. His favourite dramatic role was John Proctor in the crucible but he admits he prefers and is more adapted to comedic roles. One of his most exciting attributes is improvisation and crowd participation.

 

Thomas is also a keen writer and whilst not busying himself in London to pursue acting as a full time career he is also writing for the fringe festival 2016. You can see his body of work from the following link:

 

http://thomasrobertjohnstephen.tumblr.com/

 

Libby Brockman

Libby Brockman is an Australian actress who is currently living in London. She decided to move there because of her favourite shows, Misfits, Being Human, Sherlock, This is England and Downton Abbey. 

 

Since living in London she has been performing in various short films, a tv pilot and a psychological thriller feature film; and is currently devising a post apocalyptic immersive theatre piece (GoatBoy Ent.  and  Bonnie&Bone Prod.) as well as a political interactive piece (Original Impact Theatre Company). 

 

She has trained at the National Theatre Drama School in Melbourne and in various physical theatre and improvisational intensives around the world. She is also a member of the National Youth Theatre.

 

You can see some of her work at www.libbybrockman.com

 

Sorcha Bannon
Simeon Willis

Sorcha Bannon is a young Irish actor & filmmaker living in London. Sorcha trained in Dublin studying Drama (Performance) at the Conservatory  of Music & Drama. After graduating she worked on the multi award winning theatre piece 'Laundry' with Anu Productions. She a muse to director Anthony Robinson working with Alfie Productions on two Irish folklore shorts 'Luna' & 'Bean Si'. Since arriving in London her focus and attention has been on film. Working with numerous production company's. Most recently Sorcha has with worked with Raindance Film Centre on "Le Rouge, Le Blanc, Le Noir" Directed by Natalie Massone.

 

Fiona is a Scottish writer and performer who trained as an actor at East 15 Acting School, graduating from the BA Acing Course in 2007. Recent credits include Five Daughters (BBC1); Tezz (Feature Film); The Forgotten (Feature Film); As You Like It (Iris Theatre); Henna Night (Camden People's Theatre); Tranquil (Ascent Collective); The Audition (The Greenwich Playhouse); The Murder Club (Stepping Out) and Wilderness (Stepping Out).


Fiona has trained with companies including Frantic Assembly, Complicite, Teatr Piesn Kozla and was a founding member of Fragments Theatre Ensemble. She has a Diploma in Screenwriting from Raindance. Following a very successful run at the Edinburgh Festival, Normal/Madness, Fiona's debut as a writer, will be touring Scotland in April/May 2015

 

Simeon Willis is a New Forest born actor now living in London who trained at Bretton Hall and managed by Andrea Farrena of Farrena Films. Simeon has worked on numerous feature films, play and TV dramas. Most recent work includes 'Mr Selfridge' (ITV), 'Hetty Feather' (BBC/ CBBC) and leads in feature films 'The Ipanema File' and 'The Gatehouse' which are both in post production. Currently filming the features 'Egomaniac' and 'The Rizen.'

 

Also 'Narcopolis' to be released in cinemas and on VOD on the 25th September this year, also starring Elliot Cowan (Davinci's Demons) James Callis (Battlestar Galactica) Robert Balhurst (Cold Feet / Downton Abbey) Johanthan Pryce, Elodie Young to name just a few. 

 

Simeon has 4 futher feature films in pre-production and is looking to direct his first major short film later this year. 

 

Further information about Simeon's work can be found at: 

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1967726/

http://www.spotlight.com/interactive/cv/1690-9054-0720

Grethe Mangala 
Jensen
 
Joanne Ferguson

Matthew Tillett is an American actor, singer and writer from Miami, Florida. Though he received a Bachelor of Arts in English, he fell in love with acting during his third year at university. Outside of productions with East 15, he has performed in a brand new musical 'Disappearing Wonderful' at the Tristan Bates and 'A Christmas Carol' at the miracle theater, back in his home town of Miami.

 

 

Thomas Stephen
Harry Boyd

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.

Spotlight PIN: 0093-5616-6726 

Emma Spearing

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.

 

Rosie is an actor, singer, writer and director, based in East London. She trained at the East 15 Acting School. 

 

Her acting credits include: 

 

Rachel (Perennial State, 2014), The Voice (The Land In My Blood, 2014), Sammi (You Can Count On Me, 2013), Woman (In The Long Grass, 2013), Woman (Cause And Effect, 2013), Hairdresser (The Plebeians Rehearse The Uprising, 2013), Ophelia (Hamlet, 2013), Performer (The F-Word, 2013), Barmaid, (Moments and Consequences, 2013), Simply The Jest (2009-2013), Cavale (Cowboy Mouth, 2012), Anya (The Cherry Orchard, 2012), April (Company, 2011), Millie (Eight, 2011), Ensemble (Motherland, 2010), Ensemble (4.48 Psychosis, 2009), Princess Fuschia (Gormenghast, 2009). 

 

Directing and Writing Credits: 


Catch My Breath (2014), Cause And Effect (2013), Simply The Jest (2009-2013), A Little Night Music (2012). 

Grethe Mangala Jensen is an ALRA trained actress/ puppeteer with many years experience touring extensively with theatre companies throughout the UK,Germany, France, Denmark and Canada.

 

Recently Grethe has  played the part of Saffron in Angel Exit's interactive show Strictly Spice, at Kew Gardens, and works regularly as a performer with Tea Dance for Little People, Theatre Tots and Nysa Projects.

 

Cresidts include: The Odyssey - London Bubble, Peter Rabbit-Unicorn Theatre, Beneath the Banyan Tree -Theatre Hullabaloo (UK) and Manitoba Theatre for Young People (CA) The Snow Queen-Brewhouse Theatre and A Midsummer Night's Dream -White Horse Theatre.

 

Puppetry Credits include: Man in the Moon-Moonstruck Astronaut and The Shadow Theatre-Popgun Productions.

 

Grethe is the founder of Sandal Sticks Theatre , a storytelling company specialising in adaptations of classic tales for children aged 4-7.

Amy Alexander has worked in stage, film, television and radio, most recently playing the lead role in the short thriller film 'Guardians'. In 2015 she graduated from Associated Studios' Professional Development course in Musical Theatre and is now the Co-Director of her own theatre company. Amy studied Theatre, Film and Television at Glasgow University where she wrote, produced and directed several films and television programmes for student television.  Amy also holds a VQ in Radio Broadcasting from Moray Firth Radio where she was the cover Breakfast Presenter and a frequent voiceover artist. Amy has been working, training and living in London for two years and her current projects include writing two Cabarets and co-producing a play with her new company. Amy is delighted to be working with with new writing and all the team at Screen Rebels.

Kyra Williams
Josh Harcourt - Kelly

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. 

Alex McConnell
Amy Alexander
Craig Kelly

Josh graduated from Southampton Solent University a year ago where he read Screenwriting. Josh has always been focused on a career in acting and over the years has appeared in short films and theatre productions including roles in ‘One Man in Havana’ and several pantomimes performed in his home town of Chichester; most notably his performance of the character John Hayley in 'Waiting for Robert', a new play about William Blake. In the past year Josh has been pursuing his craft as an actor working for Merlin Entertainments where he has performed at ‘The London Dungeon’ and the brand new attraction ‘Shrek’s Adventure’ taking on many a varied role. Josh keeps a hand in both acting and writing and is currently working on a new short film ‘Saved by Grace’ to be filmed in the new year for which he is both writing the script and performing in. 

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. 

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 www.craigkellyactor.com 

 

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