The career of award winner Daniel Boys (Jake) encompasses TV, West End musicals, national tours, as well as numerous concerts and recordings. Rising to fame on the hugely successful BBC TV talent show Any Dream Will Do, he went on to roles in Avenue Q and Jeff Wayne’s War of the Worlds. In 2009 he released his debut album So Close. He also sings the theme to Australian soap Neighbours.

Bernard Holley (Harold) has an acting career spanning over 50 years. He played in such TV classics as Z Cars, Birds of a Feather and A Touch of Frost. He’s also had guest roles in Hollyoaks, EastEnders, Doctors, Casualty and Holby City. His iconic guest roles in Doctor Who have earned him an enduring fan following. His West End appearances include My Fat Friend, Wife Begins at Forty, and Noises Off.

   

Scottish actor David Paisley (Nate) stars as Nate. Paisley is best known for his roles as midwife Ben Saunders in Holby City and Casualty, as Ryan Taylor in Tinsel Town and most recently as Rory Murdoch in River City. He is also no stranger to the stage, with among others a role in Over The Rainbow: The Eva Cassidy Story and making his directorial debut with the play 'The Lasses, O'.

Corinna Marlowe (Esmeralda) has worked at the National Theatre, been in many West End productions and toured a lot. Her TV appearances include Love Hurts. She was in Secret Cinema’s The Third Man, improvising in German and singing in Russian in a warehouse near Smithfield. She plunged further into the site-specific world as Old Submarina in Like a Fish out of Water, a project in Lidos for seven sisters group and English National Ballet.  She played Lady Perrigott in the feature film Hysteria (about the invention of the vibrator) and played the role of Madame Edith in the stage version of ‘Allo ‘Allo.

   
 
 

Simon Wegrzyn (Robin) is best known for playing Lewis in the BBC Three Drama Wannabes, as well as roles in Hope Towers (BBC), Going Commando (ITV 2 Pilot), and the feature film Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll. His theatre credits include Terry Gilliam's Benvenuto Cellini (West End), Philip Pullman's Grimm Tales (Shoreditch Town Hall), Steven Berkoff's The Trial (UK Tour), Henry V (RSC), Citizenship (National Theatre) and Fret (National Theatre Studio). He is currently working on a new comedy sketch show Cassidy Chevelle and previously starred as Gary in Guido Lippe’s sitcom pilot Queers.

  

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