Mark is an actor based in Manchester. He trained at The Carol Godby Drama School as well as The Beverley Keogh School of Acting. He has been involved in many projects including theatre, commercials, television, and film. His UK television credits include, Shamless,nthe Five, Cold Blood, Emmerdale, and Coronation Street. Most recently he has appeared in Paul Abbott's No Offence and BBC drama From Darkness.
Christopher Faith is a Manchester based actor whose main teacher was David Johnson, a great influence on his work. He first started out in theatre, but quickly developed a love for film, and this has continued to grow over the years. He has starred in many North West based projects, including Down and Out, in which he co-wrote the screenplay, and executive produced; Chris Cronin's award winning film, Sophie's Fortune, and Mark Callum & Darren Langland's THE Icehouse Project.
Michael Birtwistle was born in Blackburn in Lancashire. The son of a British Army Corporal, Michael moved around the UK a bit, as well as living in Berlin for some time.
Michael eventually got the chance to do performing arts and music at Accrington and Rossendale College. At 17 he underwent training for The British Army, but a small medical condition kept him out. Michael is now a proud father to four, and has continued to act. His most recent credits include the short film A Fish Out of water and the role of Daz in Ends Meat.
Georgie Matthews is an ambitious young actress from Berkshire. She performs in theatre, TIE, musicals, films and music videos. A number of her films have been shortlisted in film festivals, including Mary no More in the Aesthetica Film Festival and The Check Out in the Colchester Film Festival. Being involved in theatre from a young age, Georgie has been working professionally in the film and theatre industry for a few years now. Her passion and commitment has only grown in recent years and her list of aspirations as well as achievements is only growing. As well as acting, Georgie also pursues writing, directing and modelling.