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Liam Harkins

Liam is a Scottish actor, graduating from the MA Acting course at Drama Centre and has since been acting on both stage and screen. His recent credits include Private Walter Morgan in Bury The Dead (Finborough Theatre/Brickdust), Troy in The Enchanted (The Bunker Theatre) and Isaac in Captured (Edinburgh Fringe Festival/UK Tour). Film/TV Credits include:… Read more »

Ali Watt

Ali is an actor, singer and muscian from Edinburgh and trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. Notable credits include: Bob Cratchit in Pitlochry Festival Theatre’s production of A Christmas Carol, Charles Condomine in Blithe Spirit, Rev. Parris in The Crucible, Hugh Macrae in Heritage, Steve in Summer Holiday and Hector in The Monarch… Read more »

Hamish Wyllie

Hamish trained at the Academy of Live & Recorded Arts in London and at the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco.  His recent credits include Stu in Fleeto (Tumult In The Clouds), Dandini in Cinderalla (Robert C Kelly), Al in Donny’s Brain (R&D Version, Traverse Theatre). Barry Beats in Then I Met You (Twelve Twelve Theatre), William in Punk Rock (ALRA), Guard in The Wizard… Read more »

Nigel Miles-Thomas

Actor, director and producer and almost professional cricketer with over 40 years experience. Notable credits Dominic O’Brien in The Fifteen Streets (WE and UK Tour), Judas in The Coventry Mystery Plays (Coventry Belgrade) and Lord Byron in Bloody Poetry (Beverly Hills Playhouse LA). Film/TV Credits include: Mr Davies in Grange Hill (BBC), Pudovkin in Dr… Read more »

Adam Greene

Adam Greene is an actor, writer, musician based in Glasgow. He is currently in development for his debut feature film Let Me Walk You Home and hopes to begin production Summer 2020. His recent credits include Santa’s Sleigh Light Keeper (Macrobert Arts Centre), The Storyteller in Kith (Primal Dream), James in The Edge of You… Read more »

Robbie McIntosh

Robbie is a Scottish actor based in Edinburgh and London. He trained at Columbia University, New York and La Sorbonne, Paris and is fluent in French. He is also an experienced voice over artist. Notable screen credits include Magnus in the second series of Sony/Starz Golden Globe nominated Outlander.

Grant Stott

Grant is an award winning Radio and TV Presenter, Event Host, Voice Over, Actor and regular King’s Theatre Edinburgh Panto Villain! Notable acting credits include: Captain Freeman (Outlander Season 4), Starting Over (Short Film), Canned Laughter (Scottish tour) , Kiss Me Honey Honey, Willie & Sebastian and Double Feature (Edinburgh Fringe). For further information or… Read more »

Gerard McCabe

Gerard is a Northern Irish actor based in Belfast. Credits include: Borderland  The Threepenny Opera with NI Opera/Lyric Theatre Belfast, the Lyric Theatre Belfast’s What The Reindeer Saw this Christmas, and The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13 3/4 with Bruiser Theatre Company, Paudie Rua in The Blue Boy of Glenmore with Brassneck Theatre Company, Adam… Read more »

Amanda Osborne

Amanda is an English actor based in London. 2019 saw her play at the Omnibus Theatre in London, at the Dubrovnik Shakespeare festival and as Rose in Lucy Kirkwood’s The Children.  Notable credits include a season at Pitlochry Festival Theatre and Shakespeare in Westminister Abbey with Shakespeare’s Globe. Amanda trained at Webber Douglas.

Eva Traynor

Eva is a Scottish actress based in Edinburgh and London. Her credits include Lang Syne/ Mary Cratchit/ Emma in An Edinburgh Christmas Carol, Karen Laing in Divided with Oran Mor, Nancy McLehose in A Man’s A Man: The Lives of Robert Burns and Henrietta Bird/ Isabella Bird in The Origins of Ivor Punch with the… Read more »