16 year-old Charli Wilson makes her screen debut in ‘Lunar Girl’, a sustained performance of compelling depth and range. Following her success in 'Lunar Girl' she has starred in a lead role in 'Jeopardy', a thirteen part series for BBC television, winning a BAFTA award for 'Best Childrens Drama.The third series was screened in 2004,
Since 'Lunar Girl', Basienka has been cast in 'A Good Thief ' written by Kay Mellor and the acclaimed two-part TV movie 'The Second Coming'. Previous television parts have included roles in ‘Small Potatoes’, ‘The Vice’, ‘Get Real’, ‘Morse’, ‘The New Adventures of Robin Hood’, ‘Frank Stubbs’, ‘The Knock’ and 'Doctors' amongst others.
Basienka's stage credits include a national tour with 'Charlottes Web', The Grand High Witch in ‘The Witches’ for the Birmingham Stage Company and Ursula in the Victoria Palace production of ‘Sweet Charity’.
Peter Gallagher (Jake)
has had plenty of experience in all fields of the business, from TV and
film through to straight and musical theatre. Recent parts have included
roles in 'Casualty' and ‘The Mrs Bradley Mysteries’for the BBC
and the movie of ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ for Really Useful.
Theatrical cerdits include the part of Stride Bruant in ‘Lautrec’
at the Shaftsbury, Miles Glorious in Ian Talbot’s version of ‘AFunny
Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum’in Regents Park and The Big
Bopper in ‘Buddy’at the Victoria Palace.
Bree trained at the Birmingham School of Speech and Drama since enjoying
a varied career that covers directing, acting, composing and tutoring. Performances
include her one-woman show, ‘I Can’t Get No...’, recently
performed around the UK, plus working with the Elle M Theatre Company as
actor and Musical
Director, whose productions include ‘An Edible Celebration Of Women’, ‘The Visitation’ and ‘A Butterfly Emerging’.
A veteran of numerous commercials and voice-overs,
has appeared regularly on stage and screen. Film credits include
Sophie in ‘The Best Thing That Ever Hit Broadway’, Eilene in ‘The Nine
Lives Of Thomas Katz’ and Sheila in ‘Tracks’. Theatre roles include June
Brenan in the award winning ‘Waiting For Hillsborough’, Stephanie in
‘Lip Service’ and Mrs Phyllis Plum in ‘Signing On’. Kiki has since been cast in 'Night and Day', 'The Office', and 'Cold Feet'
trained at Havering College for 3 years. Theatre performances include Ophelia
in ‘Hamlet’, Lady Macbeth in ’Macbeth’at the Queens
Theatre and Weirdo in ‘The Breakfast Club’at Hoxton Fringe.
Film and television productions include ‘Kit For Kat’and ‘30’.
played a number of roles in the controversial play ‘Tribunal’presented by the Gutted Film and Theatre Comapany.
Having played a lunatic Marat in ‘Marat/Sade’ Rebeqa graduated to a slightly saner Ophelia in an International tour of ‘Hamlet’; a Julie Andrews obsessive in the film ‘Nanny’and a sex-starved secretary in ‘Graffitti’. A plethora of Shakespearean roles followed including Desdomena in ‘Othello’; Maria in ’Twelfth Night’and Miranda in ‘The Tempest’- voted no. 3 in the Guardian Critic’s Choice - which led to a torrent of teenage roles including Boadcea’s daughter Lala (The King’s Head); Jo in ‘You Never Can Tell’and a sassy adulteress in the feature ‘Soul On Ice’. An accomplished storyteller, Rebeqa’s unique multi-sensory, musical style has taken her to Poland, Laos and New Zealand with her stories being recorded for national release.
Louise Mutch is a vivacious and energetic talent that has already graced
many productions, including performances with both the Bolshoi Ballet (‘Cinderella’)
and the European Ballet (‘The Nutcracker’). Other theatre appearances
include a variety of play, pantomime and dance productions.
recently Gary’s main interest has been as a performer and songwriter,
gigging regularly, mainly in the South East. Previous
acting experiences have included work with the Kids &Co. group at an early age, progressing on to a variety of productions at the Mountview Theatre in North London.
Joe’s has worked variously on the stage and in television. His screen credits include the part of William Hickey in ‘One Foot In The Past’for BBCtelevision, and John in ‘So Tell Me About It’. Theatre performances include roles as Michael Longon in ‘The Naked Truth’, Adam in ‘Wendell Ash Was Here’and Liam Devene in Lance Nielson’s production ‘Sticks And Stones’.
Helen Litherland......Person in street
Tamsin Thomas......Ginger's Partner
Danny Rose............... Baby in mall Suzanne Rose........... Baby's mum
David Lynam-Carter and Matt Carr
People at music gathering:
Josie Betan, James Blake Litherland,
Jim Daruvala, Ben Edens, Ofer Acoo,
Toher, Natalie Barden
special thanks to Andrew Carn for his spirit and
input during the first days of shooting
also to Justin Frost of Audio Technica
mime artist, Celia performs on a regular basis around Covent Garden and
is preparing to participate in a forth-coming high-trapeze act that will
travel throughout Europe.
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