After training at Rose Bruford College of Theatre & Performance, Christian made his feature film debut in 2018 in crime drama ‘Dragonflies Only Live For 24 Hours’, which picked up 24 awards globally, before a scene-stealing turn in award-winning Stephen King short, ‘All That You Love Will Be Carried Away’. With experience across stage and screen, Christian has also trained at Central School of Speech and Drama, MN Academy and The Actor’s Guild.
Mark Wisdom is a award-winning British actor who first found success playing Billy in a prominent 2013 stage production of Little Voice. A firm believer in exploring the creative arts, Mark is also a writer, producer, & film-festival co-director and has had leading roles in the short films 'Between the Divide' (2017), 'The Prison' (2019), & 'Conviction Without Remorse' (2020), the latter he also produced and co-wrote. Mark has frequently returned to the stage to hone his craft and was most recently seen in a Bear Left Theatre Company production entitled ‘A Heart to Love’. This saw him tackle several major Shakespeare characters, such as Hamlet and Henry V, with considerable success.
Rita is based in London and speaks fluent English, Hungarian and Romanian. She also speaks Esperanto.
Rita recently made her British Television debut as a Guest Lead in ‘Doctors’ (BBC). Her previous Television credits include ‘Tokyo Vampire Hotel’ (Amazon Prime).
In Romania, Rita has extensive Theatre credits with Hungarian Theatre of Cluj, including Beata in ‘Romersholm’, Annamari in ‘Galoshes’, Zsuzsi in ‘Desire’, Tisbea in ‘The Festive Dinner of Don Juan’, The Girl in ‘Born for Never’ and Nella in ‘Gianni Schicchi’.
Simon Nicholas Crudgington is an award winning actor from Nottingham, England, having picked up Best Actor awards from film festivals in Toronto, Los Angeles and Las Vegas. He is best known for playing anarchist Jason Argyll in the political thriller 'Voice of Belief', seedy criminal Slim in the international drama 'Do Something Jake', and Peter Eastwood in the horror movie 'Unholy'.