After our audition process we managed to cast actors for our up and coming film 'Stanley'
Everyone who attended and all who video auditioned performed fantastically which made the decision of who to cast really tough. But after much deliberation we came to a decision.
Please take a look below:
Please give a warm welcome to 'Stanley' who will be played by Nick Huskisson
Nick has always had an interest in film making and acting from a very early age, taking part in as many plays as possible at School.
He studied a degree at Stafford University in Film & Cultural Studies, and sometime later decided to pursue his dream of becoming an actor by contacting Jo Adamson Parker, Director of the N: Das School of Acting.
Since then Nick has been involved with several short film and theatre productions, and benefitted from a close association with Simon Hare and Moving Eye Productions.
Sweet 16 (swat team no. 3 and policeman) – An independent film by Simon hare
The Estate (lead role – Kevin Hart) – An independent film by Jordan Japal
Blood Brothers theatre production (milkman, doctor & policeman) – Winner of the Wharfdale Theatre Awards ‘Best Dramatic Play’ by Northern Spark Theatre Company.
Bait (Featured Extra) – A Dominic Brunt Film
No Man’s Land (Reutger) – An independent film by Simon Hare
A former member of the N:DAS School of Acting
Headshot by Michael John Suttill - Photography & film
Say hello to Stanleys Girl:
India is a Yorkshire born actress and dancer.
She began performing at a young age and went on to train at The Royal Ballet Lower School and Elmhurst School for Dance.
During this time she worked with The Royal Ballet in their performances of 'The Nutcracker' and 'Swan Lake'. Alongside this she has trained with The Young Rogues Acting Company and currently takes classes with Act Up North.
Most recently India has worked on a collection of short films and with The Riptide Immersive Theatre Company on their exiting new production SWARM.
Here is our 'Tetley'
Since returned to acting in 2010 Tony has played leading roles in over sixty short films and three feature films, and he adores the process of making films.
He has also acted in simulated patients, murder mysteries and
He was a full time professional actor from 1972 to 1979, when there were very few opportunities for film acting in the pre-digital 'film' age.
Tony was born and bred in Leeds. Whilst working for BBC Radio Leeds in 1985, he heard of the death of a former pupil from a glue sniffing accident.
This led him to produce a series on drugs, which in turn led into the public health field, where he developed a particular and passionate interest in tobacco and alcohol issues.
He continues to work as a consultant in alcohol
Say hello to John aka Blake Allan
Blake is a 40 something year old actor with distinctive strawberry blonde hair.
Eager, flexible and extremely passionate about his craft he works hard, challenging himself with everything from comedy, music videos and deep character roles.
Blake has achieved 3IMDb credits and enjoys working with local film makers and recently completed his first role in a Bollywood feature.
When he's not in front of the camera he does all he can to enrich his skills as well as spending time with his family and two huskies.
Brian Darwin Taylor
Brian Darwin Taylor is a Northern based actor from African Caribbean background who is currently situated in Sheffield.
He has recently landed a primary role in the 2016 international Television commercial for Nike, called “The Switch” starring Cristiano Ronaldo. Brian Play’s a father to a young footballer who miraculously switches bodies with Cristiano Ronaldo.
He has appeared in the BBC award winning TV drama “Ordinary Lies”. Brian plays a supporting role as DC Trott in episode five. Working along side other actors such as Max Beesly, Michelle Keegan, Mackenzie Crook and Jason Manford.
Brian has been lucky enough to have worked with and taken direction from Hollywood film director/producer Jonathan Mostow, In “Hunters Prayer” This was a Hollywood production, part filmed in Halifax. And stars Hollywood A lister (Sam Worthington). Brian plays the arresting officer of a young runaway fugitive.
He first started acting in Secondary school where he had a small part in the stage play “The search for Odysseus” .He later moved to London in the late 1980,s and Joined up with the Black arts theatre.
Brian has kept his self-busy by constantly working on his acting career. And lately has participated in workshops ranging from combat skills for TV and Film with (Renny Krupinski). Emotional workshop with (Noreen Kershaw), thirteen week Audition techniques at (Beverley Keogh’s Act4TV), and Ten week training with the (Geraldine O’conner foundation) creative café learning how to read Shakespeare. Summer school adult acting with (Ruth Carney) Sheffield. Three day workshop acting for screen and TV. And also acting for radio workshop at the Alra drama school in Wigan
Brian can be found at his local boxing gym carrying out boxing circuits. However his favourite pass time away from acting is Kizomba Dancing! Which is a Portuguese Angolan partner dance.
Brian is currently now with the Northern Star acting school based in Leeds. Where he is working on different approaches to improvisation script analysis and ensemble work.
He is a confident character actor who is looking for opportunities in screen and television. He relishes a challenge is constantly focused on realising his acting goals.
Say hello to our compare Jack Hanson:
Jack is more used to the stage than the screen but has always enjoyed performing in all its myriad forms. He has appeared in countless productions with the Upstagers theatre group in his home town of Ilkley, been lucky enough to appear at the prestigious Bradford Alhambra theatre on several occasions, and starred in a BBC4 radio play at the age of 12.
Besides acting, Jack loves to travel and has lived in New Zealand and recently came back from a three-month expedition to Central America."