Ellouise Shakespeare-Hart:

Ellouise has worked with WW Films on a number of short films including ‘The Love Letter’ and ‘In Her Place’. ‘143’ is Ellouise’s first feature film role. Ellouise was a member of the National Youth Theatre and previously trained at Helen O’Grady Drama School and Identity School of Acting.


Ella McCready:

Ella is an actor/singer/songwriter and has been performing since before she can remember. She has gigged as a professional singer for over ten years and in 2017 Ella graduated from the acting course at Rose Bruford College. Since graduating, Ella has appeared in many short films, starred as Maureen in a London production of ‘RENT’, formed various musical ensembles and played the lead in her first feature film – ‘143’. Ella also contributed as a producer and songwriter, composing the song ‘As Long As You’re Mine’ especially for the film.


Rory Grant:

After a decade-long hiatus from the performing arts, Rory left a career in business and returned to the stage in 2017 in a 20-show run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, playing Clyde in ‘Walls and Bridges’, directed by Nick J. FIeld.

In early 2018, Rory landed a small role in the screen adaptation of Ian Rankin’s ‘Starting Over’ (dir. Russell Davidson) – starring alongside Cal McAninch, Brian Vernel and Grant Stott, before completing his first on screen lead later that year – starring alongside Gerard Miller in Russell Davidson’s ‘TAXED’.


Stephen Lorrigan:

Steve came to professional acting a little later in life, retiring from a full time a career in the Public Sector in 2012.

In 2013 he went to Dubai to work as a business development manager at the invitation of a former work colleague. During his four years in Dubai, Steve acted in a number of plays. Including Romeo and Juliet playing Lord Capulet as part of the 400 year Shakespeare celebrations.

Returning to the UK in 2017, he has embarked on pursuing a fulltime acting career, recently playing the role of Alun Wilmott in episode of ITV’s ‘Vera’, series 10.


Amanda Bray:

After working professionally as an Occupational Therapist for nearly twenty years, Amanda took a change of direction and trained as an Actor at Morley College, Lambeth.

Amanda has appeared in several fringe theatre productions, including a lead role in Noel Coward’s ‘Still Life’ (Brief Encounter). She has also appeared in various short films, music video and corporate videos. ‘One Four Three’ is Amanda’s debut feature film.

In her spare time, Amanda makes short films with her husband and friends and also enjoys furniture restoration, playing the guitar and learning to play the drums.


Dani Blue:

After years as a commercial model, supporting artist and singer-songwriter Dani trained at the MET Film School under Arkie Reece. Since then she has added various short films, feature films, a TV series and a documentary to her acting credits. One Four Three was Dani’s debut feature film.

Dani runs her own voiceover business and produces corporate and commercial voiceovers. Her credits also include assistant casting director, 1st Assistant director and camera assistant on award winning short film Early Days.

When not in front of the camera or microphone Dani loves travelling, surfing, cave diving and motorcycling and can be found surf skating around west London.