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Kirsty Marie Terry
Kirsty's playable age range is 15-25, she has blue- grey eyes, long light brown hair (wavy), is 5’ 6″ with a slim / athletic build. She has experience in short films, theatre, role play and corporate acting work. Kirsty has won a Best Actress Award for one of her characters in a play. She likes to challenge herself and give the best possible performance. Friendly to work with and takes direction well. Enjoys live stage and recorded media equally and she is extremely passionate about her craft.
Nigel played Dennis Cruikshank in Prisoner Cell Block H for a year (60 episodes), and appeared as Alex Slater in Australian soap Neighbours (25 episodes). Nigel has played many leading roles in television, repertory and the West End, both in the UK and in Australia. He appears in the improvised short film Free Hugs. He has recently devised, performed and directed By the Green of the Spring, an anthology commemorating the lives of the men from the parish of Hyde, Winchester, who fought and died in the early months of the Great War.
Juliet is currently at Salisbury Playhouse performing The Magna Carta Plays. She has a vast range of experience both on stage and in front of the camera, with a number of high-profile credits including the films Iris, V for Vendetta, Two Brothers, TV shows including The Royals, Touch of Frost, Hotel Babylon, Doctors and Skins, Stage credits including The Magna Carta Plays, Steptoe & Son, The Odd Couple, The Importance of Being Earnest and Chelsea Girls. She has also performed on the radio as part of Sandi Toksvig’s Tails from the Underground.
Michael D Leckie
Winchester-based actor Michael plays an age range of 20-30, he has blue eyes and dark hair, occasional bears, standing at 6’ 0”, he has a slim / athletic build. Michael has both stage and short film experience, his film experiences being in comedies, dramas and music videos. He is experimental and capable of a wide range of looks and various accents.
Rebecca appears as Laa Laa in the new series of Teletubbies. She can also be seen on CBeebies as Upsy Daisy and Pontypine/Wottinger puppeteer for In the Night Garden (BAFTA Winner 2007, BAFTA Winner 2008). As well as mainstream acting she is a specialist movement and skin artist with experience working on green screen, animatronics, puppetry and ADR. Rebecca is based in Dorset, has green eyes and long dark brown hair. She stands at 5’ 5”, and plays an age range of 26-40 years.
Jack lives in Alton Hampshire and his playing age 65-70 years. He is 5′ 11″, fit and athletic. He has many years experience in film, photographic, commercial and some stage work. Jack is a member of Equity and Spotlight. His fees are sympathetic and negotiable.
Helena is a well established actress, voice-over and presenter currently based in Winchester, having recently moved from London. She’s taken lead and supporting roles in many feature and short independent films ranging from drama to horror and can most recently be seen in a number of TV commercials, generally playing ‘Mum’ roles. Totally at home in front of the camera and working with either tiny low budget teams to huge advert crews, she knows when to muck in and when to sit quietly in the corner. Petite curvy 5’1″, green eyes, shoulder length light brown hair, playing age late twenties-late thirties.
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