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Morgan Scott

Morgan is a Coventry based actor, dancer and choreographer. Credits include Dance Captain/Pete/Jay in Saturday Night Fever, Dance Captain/Ensemble in Thoroughly Modern Millie and he Principle/Ensemble in Loserville.

Adam Greene

Adam is a Glasgow actor, singer, musician and gymnast. His recent credits include Lewis in Heroes (Twelve Twelve Theatre) and Jonno in Sex, Drugs and a Cup of Tea (Twelve Twelve Theatre). Film/TV Credits include: Louis in Love Will Always Win (Screen Academy Scotland) and Toby in Windows to the Soul (dir. Jack Buchanan) He… Read more »

Xena Gusthart

We are delighted to welcome actress, dancer and presenter Xena Gusthart to Infinity Artitsts. Xena is originally from East Lothian in Scotland and trained at Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts. She is a specialist in Hip Hop dance including Breakdancing and Locking in which she has devloped and performed all over the world. Some of… Read more »

Conor Grimes

Conor is an experienced TV and stage actor, originally from Ireland. He has most recently appeared in We’ll Walk Hand In Hand by Martin Lynch at The Lyric Theatre Belfast. TV credits include: My Mother And Other Strangers with the BBC, and ITV’s The Secret. Conor is a prolific theatre writer in Ireland, who’s work includes The… Read more »

Robbie Gordon

Robbie is a Scottish actor based in Edinburgh. His credits include The Coolidge Effect with his company Wonderfools, Jekyll and Hyde with Rough Cut Robin Productions, Calvinball during the Edinburgh Fringe Festival at the Ipdip Theatre and Charlie Sonata at the Royal Lyceum Theatre. He is a co-founder of theatre company ‘Wonder Fools’. Robbie trained at… Read more »

Libby McArthur

Libby is a Scottish actor based in Glasgow, whose television career spans almost 30 years. She appeared in the 30th Anniversary Tour of The Steamie. She has worked extensively for the BBC and STV in many of Scotland’s returning TV series including Taggart, High Road and Doctor Finlay. She is probably best known for her for… Read more »

Avery Dupuis

Avery is a choreographer and has recently returned to Scotland after completing a contract as Head of Dance/co director at the stardust Academy in Amman, Jordan. Training: Randolph Academy for Performing Arts in Toronto (where she won the Triple Threat Award) and the MA Musical Theatre at Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. For choreography opportunities please… Read more »

Brigid Shine

Brigid is a Northern Irish actor based in London, who works frequently in Belfast. Notable credits include Angela in Abigail’s Party at The Mac Belfast, Theresa in Angela’s Ashes The Musical at the Lime Tree Theatre, Limerick, Rebecca in 1932: The People of Gallagher Street at The Mac, Belfast and Narrator/Swing in The Lion, The Witch & The… Read more »

Katie Barnett

Katie is a Scottish actor, musician and writer based in Glasgow. She is currently working on Hi, My Name is Ben, a development piece with Dundee Rep. She recently appeared in two productions with Oran Mor’s A Play, A Pie and A Pint: Outside In and Edge of The World. Notable credits include Shift with the National… Read more »

Thoren Ferguson

Thoren is a Scottish actor, musician and writer based in Edinburgh. Thoren is the new face of Scotch Whisky giant Johnnie Walker. He is also featured as Matt in BBC’s series two of Clique and David Fairbairn in New Light Films suspense horror The Matriarch by director Scott Vickers.  Other notable credits include Johnny in Sundance 2018… Read more »