Nicholas Shaw

Nicholas trained at Drama Centre London.


Misail Poloznev, A Provincial Life (National Theatre Wales);Hippolytus, Phaedra’s Love(Arcola); Hamlet, Hamlet (Northern Broadsides); Chester Rickwood, Pandemic (Slung Low/Singapore Arts Festival);Soranzo,‘Tis Pity She’s A Whore; Charlie O’Neill, We Sing Faster In The City (Slung Low/Everyman, Liverpool); Lysander, The Fairy Queen(Glyndebourne/Opera Comique/Brooklyn Academy of Music); Romeo, Romeo & Juliet;Lysander, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Open Air Theatre, Regent’s Park); Lorenzo, Merchant Of Venice; Friedrich Engels/ Company, Holding Fire! (Shakespeare’s Globe); Benjamin,Easter (Oxford Stage Company) Ian Charleson Award Commendation.


Land Girls; Foyle’s War; The Rotters’ Club; All About Me; Goldplated; The Romantics;Afterlife; Heroes & Villains - Cortes; Doctors; Heartbeat; Dalziel and Pascoe.


The Torment

Fiona Rene

Fiona has been acting since she was 7-years-old. Through the eyes of a child, Fiona told her parents that she was going to graduate high school early, go to college for Theatre and become and full time actress. There was no other route. After getting her degree in Theatre with a focus in Theatre for Young Persons, she knew that she wanted to travel and pursue her career in the one city that is well known for exactly that, London.

Although her passion began in the Theatre, over the years, she has gained delight in a variety of professional experiences by acting in; TV commercials, Theatre Productions, Short and Feature Films including; Fuddruckers, MTV, Grease, Bob the Builder LIVE, Tartuffe, The Breakdance Kid and Snatch n' Grab. 

Fiona also has spent the past 5 years working in and training other actors in scare acting at Haunted Houses all over the world from Texas to Paris, France.

She has worked as a presenter, interviewer and voice over artist for TV, corporate videos, and web based companies such as Durex, Lynx, Pitney Bowes and BugFinders.

Fiona Rene has a solid commitment to entertain and educate through her professional, fun, emotional and adventurous performances and she also enjoys live Children’s Entertainment, traveling, and Singing. Blues, Indie Rock and Folk are her favorites.

Melissanthi Mahut


Stage Combat (BASSC); Singing (Alto); Dance – Period, Flamenco, Ballet, Waltz, Contemporary; Good ear for accents – R.P., Irish, American (general, Southern); Piano; Fluent in Greek and French; Etching


CHE in Drama and Performing Arts at the National Theatre Drama School, Athens

BA (Hons) Acting at RADA 2012


Languages, writing, teaching, ethnology

Jerry Marwood

Jerry trained at Central School of Speech and Drama & Middlesex University (BAPA).

Theatre Credits include: Bloom (Forest Forge) Vampires (Barons Court) Crave (Camden People’s Theatre) Dealer’s Choice (Barons Court) Journey’s End (Courtyard Theatre, London) Round, Round (White Bear) The Curse of Mighty Man (The Space) Pinocchio (Channel Theatre/Tour) Face to Face (Tour) Any Questions (Lewes Arts/Tour)

Film credits include: A Little Death (Rebound) Bad Karma (MJ Pro) Wonder Worker Magician (Bedside Manner) Uncommon Champion (Sci-Fi Channel) Bright Dark Red (Ammolab).

Calita Rainford

Calita trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. 
Film & TV includes: Song for Marion (Steel Mill Pictures), Beacon77 (Revolt Films), Return to House on Haunted Hill (Silver Pictures), The Morning After (Kettlefish Productions), Dream Team (Hewland Int) and Auf Wiedersehen, Pet (BBC). 
Theatre includes: Piccadilly Revisited (Linbury Theatre/Royal Opera House), Voicing (Riverside Studios), Just Another Explosion (Brockley Jack), Tranquil (Cockpit Theatre), Moon Palace (TNT Theatre Britain), Boy's Life (Camden Etc).

Johnny Sachon

Johnny was born in Luton and began acting at an early age. He started his professional training at The Arts Educational School Tring Park in 2000 and completed a degree at the highly regarded Guildford School of Acting in July 2010. Since graduating he found his home on screen with his most recent work including “Simon Thomas” in BBC'S Casualty, "Ben Jones" in Sky's Cloud9, "Aron" in the American horror “Rage- Midsummer’s Eve” and “Piers” in the gritty British drama “D Is For Detroit”. In a short space of time Johnny has already established himself as one of the up and coming faces of British film.

Tom Sawyer

Tom has been working professionally for over 10 years on TV shows including Eastenders, Hollyoaks, The Bill, Casualty and Family Affairs. Film work Includes: “Soldiers of the Damned”, “.357” (Winner of best short film at New York Independent film awards) “Vinyl” (Winner of best International film at Portobello film festival) and “Little Deaths” (British horror anthology). Tom has featured in commercial campaigns for Virgin Media, Ariel washing powder, Cornetto, Asics trainers and Nuts magazine.

Chris Fairall

Chris graduated from the Poor School in 2013. After appearing in his graduation show of David Eldrige's 'market boy' he was given a vote of confidence from the author for his performance and bagged himself an agent! Since then he has been booked for a couple of commercials, a music video and a couple of shorts. 

Zachary Liam Gardner

Zachary, known to his family and friends as Zach. He enjoys chocolate, painting and his favorite animals are cats. He is also fond of bubble baths and going to nursery school.