MEET THE CAST

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(Penelope)

Samantha started her training with the National Youth Theatre for two summer seasons going on to full time professional training for three years at The London Studio Centre. She has performed in many West End shows including Annie, Grease, Fame and Saturday Night Fever before deciding to concentrate on her acting career. Having acted in a few student short films Samantha was given the lead role in her first feature film, The Scandalous Four, in which she also took on her first creative role as script writer. Since then Samantha has a new project of a little baby to look after and will be returning to her acting in the near future!

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(Jonathan)

Trained as an Actor at The Oxford School Of Drama and as a Performance Visual Artist at Brighton University Meredith has a career working with a variety of Brighton/Serbian based theatre and film companies (Foul Play, Greentung, Scanplay, Playgroup…) as well as freelancing and working on his own projects. An Actor first he also performs, produces, directs and writes. In his controversial work ‘CAEDO INC.’, an interactive ‘performance therapy’, patients got to shoot bound men in the head.

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(Richard)

Jez Hughes graduated from the Academy of Creative Training in 2007.  He co-founded the theatre company Theatre O, devising, co-writing and performing Through the Hoop Backwards, a selection of ancient myths and archetypal stories.  Other theatre credits include Owen (lead), Smallwood, Marlborough Theatre, Brighton; Jesus, Easter Story, tour; Captain Hook, Choose Your Own Story, site specific; Salarino, Merchant of Venice, Vincentio, Taming of the Shrew, both Worthing Highdown Gardens and Greenwich Royal Observatory, Igor, Jack and the Beanstalk, Princess Theatre, Torquay and York Grand Opera House; Oedipus, Oedipus, Brighton Festival Fringe.

The Scandalous Four is his first feature film. Outside of acting Jez is a published poet and works as a Shamanic Practitioner and Workshop facilitator.

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(George)

Alistair is unusual in being an expert in post production whilst having considerable experience as an actor and voiceover artist. He has an extensive range of voice types and accents, particular comedy voices, and brings huge energy to his work and performance as well as impressive stage presence. He has a particular talent for character acting and improvisation. From serial killers to Daleks and Cybermen, (same thing really isn’t it?) he’s done it.
 
Recently seen as “The Wolfman” as a terrified doctor, and as Denis Nilsen in Crimes that Shook the World on “Discovery” and “Channel 5”. He’s currently working on the new audio series of Blake’s 7, playing “Zen”, the ship’s computer. The series is also under development for SKY television. He's also a bunch of Daleks and Cybermen in a Doctor Who game, released later this year.