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The Cast (In Alphabetical Order)
Andrew Byron - B, Professor Zimmerman
Theatre credits: Mickey in Golden Boy (West Yorkshire Playhouse), News Revue - which he also directed - (Canal Cafe Theatre), a critically acclaimed performance as Ian in An Evening with Gary Lineker (Riverside Studios), Don Basilio in The Barber of Seville (R. O. H. Linbury Studio) Stanley in Brighton Beach Memoirs (Drill Hall and International Tour) and Waiter in Chekhov Double Bill (Shaw Theatre). Film credits: Red Carpet and LVJ The Movie, (both due for release in 2003)
Alex Dower - Charman
Alex can soon be seen as a helpful vet in the Christina Ricci feature The Gathering, as a policeman in Eastenders, and as a vicious killer in The Park, an independent film. He was recently a prat, Spod, in Sky's new series Is Harry on the Boat? and a detective in Silent Witness. Last year he appeared in The Winter's Tale at the National Theatre, in Golden Boy at the Yvonne Arnaud, and in the new LWT soap Night and Day. Other work includes Don Basilio in The Barber of Seville, Hamlet in Hamlet, Ivanov in Ivanov, and Shaggy in Scooby Doo.
Sussannah Doyle - Ophelia
Susannah has numerous Theatre, Television and film credits to her name. Her most recent TV appearances include Cold Feet, Touch of Frost and several series' of Ballykissangel and Drop the dead Donkey. Among her film credits are Scandal, young Indiana Jones and recent hit and About a Boy. Susanna's many theatre roles include Hurley Burley at The Old Vic, Death of Cool at Hampstead and Man and Superman at the Citizen Theatre in Glasgow.
Susan McGoun - Ana, Mia, Professor Gregor
Trained at Central School of Speech and Drama and the Laban Centre for Dance. Susan's many theatre credits include Vincent in Brixton Wyndhams Theatre, Noises Off Royal National and Piccadilly Theatres, Dancing at Lughnasa Torch Theatre, The Last Yankee at the Duke of Yorks, The House of Bernarda Alba The Gate, and The Maids at the Octagon, Bolton. Susan was a member of the RSC and toured nationally with Les Liaisons Dangereuses. She was a member of The Women's Theatre Group (now Sphinx) for four years commissioning new work by women writers, and has had numerous TV, film and Radio roles.
Paul Meston - Howard, Schlovsky, Professor Antonioni
Paul's numerous theatre credits include The Girl on the Sofa Edinburgh International Theatre and Schaubuhne Theatre Berlin. Berkoff's Messiah: Scenes from a Crucifiction, UK and East European tours; Grimm Tales and More Grimm Tales The Young Vic London, New Victory in New York and World Festival tours; Meat Theatre Royal Plymouth; Macbeth, Gilgamesh, Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme and LePage's A Midsummer Night's Dream, all for the Royal National Theatre; The Tempest the Royal Exchange Manchester; Dead Funny in a Lee Dean UK tour; His film credits include Passion in the Desert and Fine Line for Stockwell film. Paul has had TV roles in Christabel, Kavanagh QC and Park Life.
Myles Hewitt - Humphrey, Malinov, Professor Bell
Myles has performed in many well received productions, including Hot Fudge by Caryl Churchill, Rebecca, Three Sisters and The Cherry Orchard. He has also branched out into film, taking lead parts in shorts and features such as Surface Reality by Printworks, and Strangers and Boris Strikes back by Resistance Films. Stage Production of In His Own Write -John Lennon.
Clea Smith - Monkey, Stevie, Waitress
Clea trained in clowning with Ophaboom and Jos Houben of The Right Size. She has played the lead in C4 Pilot Weekender and in Summer Rain, a feature directed by Jonathan Glendening. Clea played the part of Rose in Terry James's acclaimed adaptation of Brighton Rock, which was the focal point of the 2001 Brighton Festival. She is involved in sketch show Mitchell Mounfield's Laughter Happening, which will tour next year.
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