"Detective Sergeant John Gray"
Paul graduated from Aberystwyth University in 2003 and trained at TVI actors studio Los Angeles 2008/2009. He is the winner of Derek Jacobi Award for best Actor, Midlands Fringe Best Actor, and Midland Movies Best Supporting Actor.
Paul has appeared in Glory Dazed, Up n Under, Closer (Old Joint Stock Theatre), Distance (Barons Court Theatre), That’s Entertainment (Jermyn Street Theatre and National Tour), Shopping and Fucking (Pomegranate Theatre), Last Rites (National Tour), Blasted (National Tour), Silence (Aberystwyth Arts Theatre),Two (Old Red Lion), Road (New Diorama Theatre), Oedipus (National Tour]), The Winters Tale (Derby Guildhall), Romeo and Juliet (Robert Ludlum Theatre), Macbeth (National Tour), Indian wants the Bronx (Crescent Theatre), Lysistrata (Aberystwyth Studio Theatre), Man and boy (Oval Theatre) and many more.
TV and film credits include Corrupt (MEF), Breakdown (MEF), Trickshot (Cheapside films), Casualty (BBC), Don’t Wake Up (Hull Central), Crime Stalker (ITV), Football Nation, Steamboat, (Cannes Film Festival), 81 (Ealing Studios), Gun, Disappears, Xrossfire and The Last Samaritan.
Dominic is a Brummie who trained at Bath Spa.
Theatre credits include: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, About a Goth (National Tour), Bones (National Tour), Bottleneck, Chapel Street, Death of a Clown, Descent, Dogs of War, Doppelganger, Four Play, Fred and Ginger, Glory Dazed, Lord of the Flies, Night before Christmas, None of the Above, The Heat is On, The History Boys, Mr Muscles and Yen.
Feature films include Brumville, Certified, The Day That Broke and Thy Name is Woman.
Film shorts include Adam Y, Betrayal, Breakdown, Cut Loose, Gangs of Birmingham, Gangsters Parasite, Initiation, It Was Us, Just Two Drops, Martyr, Lost in the Desert Wild, Kobe, Scratch That, Stranded, Trickshot and The Return of the Ring.
From the West Midlands, Jordan has accumulated significant and recognised experience both on stage and on screen (big and small) going back to 2010.
"A powerful performance from Jordan Leigh as Micaiah keeps the audience spellbound." - Jane Barker - elementarywhatson.com
With a B.A. in Drama and Film, Jordan's credits include; Holding the Centre (Belgrade Theatre), Jurassic Adventures Autumn Tour (World On Stage National Tour), Clown (Kingston University), The Misanthrope (International Youth Arts Festival), Call To Rome (Reg Bailey Theatre), When Romeo Met Julliet (National Youth Theatre, Belgrade Theatre) and Romeo and Juliet produced by the BBC.
Jordan is also an accomplished director.
Rory is an actor from Coventry. He trained at Stratford-upon-Avon College alongside the Royal Shakespeare Company.
His debut role was in the Sky TV sitcom ‘Trollied’. Other TV and Feature Film credits include ‘Scarborough’, ‘Gangs of London’, ‘Retaliation’, ‘How To Talk To Girls At Parties', ‘The Girl From The Song’ and ‘Rudy’.
Theatre credits include the National Theatre's ‘Burying your brother in the pavement’, ‘Jack Frost’, ‘Waiting for Godot’, ‘Mother Courage and her children’, ‘Without planning permission’, ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’, ‘Black Country blues’, ‘The Window’, ‘Trojan Women’ and ‘King Lear’.
Rory also appeared in The 20 Minute Film pitch written by BAFTA award winning writer Geoff Thompson.”