Esther- Ayo James is a Nigerian-born actor, who grew up in Cork and is now based in Dublin. She started her training in the Gaeity Performance year and gained subsequent training, full time at Bow street Academy.
Currently training with IDSA, Esther has a passion for storytelling and looks to play roles in interested stories about the human condition.
She is also very interested in psychology and technology.
He is best known for his recurring role 'Mo' in the crime drama 'Taken Down' directed by David Caffrey. Most recently, Abdul completed filming on Frank Berry's Irish refugee drama 'Provision' opposite Letitia Wright and Josh O'Connor. He will next appear in Janus Metz's adaptation of Olen Steinhauer‘s thriller 'All The Old Knives' along with Chris Pine and Thandiwe Newton.
Abdul is a fluent Arabic speaker, a competent horse rider and a swimmer as well as an emerging screenwriter.
Randy Guine is a French actor, comedian, writer, singer.
Randy is known for his work on Swiss TV Show Carrak Attack as Actor/Writer and his internet sketches. In addition to his acting work, Randy is a Soul/R&B Singer and was a member of a Gospel Choir. He also does stand-up comedy and perform all around the world (France - Cameroon - Switzerland - Haiti). Randy decided to pursue his acting in London, he landed in September 2018. Randy went straight into training by enrolling to part time drama school classes at (Royal Central & IDSA).
Elaine is a screen and stage actress, a native of Dublin. She has been working on a feature and short films including Michael Inside, the award-winning film written and directed by Frank Berry. Elaine also appears in a number of commercials, including the new RAS campaign.
Once a month she can be seen performing on stage in let's Make A Scene, at Momentum
Acting Studio, where she presents a number of different scenes. She has trained with several facilitators over the years, most recently completed the two-year training programme (Meisner Technique) with Momentum Acting Studio in Dublin. She still uses the space to develop her own work between projects.
Elaine is currently working on The Great War, a stage play by Neil LaBute which will run in
Eilís is a Laois-born actress, based in Dublin. Having been involved in youth theatre from a young age she went on to train at the Gaiety School of Acting, 2 Year Full Time Professional Actor Training, graduating in 2014 and recently completed Bow Street's 6 month part-time Screen Acting course.
Other training includes Theatre Lovett's Playing for Your Audience.
Theatre credits include Tales From The Woods (Theatre Upstairs), Bastet (Smock Alley), Out of Print (Theatre Upstairs) and Dirty Laundry (Smock Alley). Short film credits include Peer Pressure (Welcome Home Pictures, Viko Nikci) and Do It Now (Viko Nikci). She played a supporting role in feature film, Dan Casey (Little Lake Entertainment).
Eilís is a fluent Irish speaker with a BA in Irish from Maynooth University. Irish language theatre credits include Fáilte Go Gaeilgeland, which played a number of festivals last year and will return for a short Gaeltacht-based tour later this year, and Smidiríní (Mumbro Top).
She is a content contributer to BBC Gaeilge's #faduda vlog.
Eilís is a traditional fiddle player. She has IDCA certification in Unarmed Combat and Rapier and Dagger Combat. She also trains in aerial hoop at an intermediate level
Daniel Lundh is a multilingual & international actor, who has starred in multiple feature films, series and theatre productions. He has worked with some of the best directors (Woody Allen, Luc Besson, Norman Jewison, Elie Chouraqui…) Recent work includes starring in two hit Spanish Netflix series : “Morocco: Love in Times of War” (Netflix) and “High Seas” (Netflix). Daniel will also be playing, not one but two, characters in upcoming XIIth century period drama alongside Jane Seymour and Steven Berkoff. In 2022, Daniel will appear in Apple TV’s “Now and Then”, directed by Gideon Raff (Homeland). Other credits include : “Midnight in Paris” (Woody Allen), “22 Bullets” (EuropaCorp), “Délice Paloma” (best newcomer nomination French Césars awards) and “O Jerusalem”. Being a full native speaker in four languages: English, Spanish, French and Swedish (as well as Hebrew and some Arabic) allows him the privilege to work seamlessly across borders with various international directors.
Nikki is a half Dutch and Filipino actor raised and based in Dublin. She is currently training at Bow Street Academy for Screen Acting and previously trained at The Gaiety School of Acting for Drama.
Having had a passion for the craft since an early age, she’s truly honed her craft through having trained with Ireland and the UK’s most renowned acting and film coaches such as Mary Kate O’Flanaghan, Helena Walshe, Gerry Grennell, Darren Thornton, Shimmy Marcus, Sarah hone, Kevin O’Farrell and Lydia McGuinness.
Charlie Curilan is a Filipino-Dutch actor currently based in The Netherlands who started his professional career in the original Dutch version of the Broadway hit musical “Miss Saigon.”
He has appeared in popular Dutch TV series “Goede Tijden Slechte Tijden,” “Meiden van de Herengracht,” and “A’dam en E.V.A.”, he has also appeared in TV commercials, corporate films, and short films. He was part of the cast of the Swedish version of Miss Saigon for the Malmö Opera in Sweden. He was nominated Best Actor for his performance as “Coach” in the 48HFP short film festival in Rotterdam in 2018. He won the award for Best Supporting Actor at the FilmstarZ Film Festival in Vlissingen, Netherlands, for his role in the short film “Open Wond” in 2019.
Eva is an Icelandic actress based in Vienna, Austria. She trained at Ivana Chubbuck’s Studio in LA and also had Meisner Technique, Grotowski, Le Theatre Laboratorium and Commedia Dell’Art, training in Austria.
She has worked on features and several short films as an actor and producer. Her feature film "Angels Never Cry" is one of the officially selected features at the Salento International Film Festival and will be going on tour with SIFF to Iceland and Hong Kong.
Eva co-produced and starred in the international feature film "The Darker The Lake" in Austria alongside Elyse Levesque and Veronica Ferres set to be released in 2020.
Conor O'Dwyer is a Dublin-based Galwegian and a graduate of the Full-Time Programme for Screen Acting at Bow Street Academy (2016/2017).
Conor will make his television debut in a co-starring role on BBC's upcoming crime drama 'DUBLIN MURDERS' which will be airing later in the year.
Conor has worked on a number of short films including Maria Doyle Kennedy's 'A DIFFERENT KIND OF DAY', Oonagh Kearney's "FIVE LETTERS TO THE STRANGER WHO WILL DISSECT MY BRAIN', Anthony Assad's 'PANIC ATTACK', Liam Prenter Morris's "AUDIO JACK' and most recently a short film called 'STOP' which Conor wrote, directed and had a leading role in.
Other than acting, Conor is a proud father of a Labrador mix called Leo and loves reading, swimming and travelling in his spare time.
Marius Boehm is a Meisner-trained German actor who has participated in masterclasses and workshops with world-renowned acting teachers such as Sandra Seacat (Los Angeles), Kim Gillingham (Los Angeles), and James Kemp (London).
He has appeared in a range of productions, from mainstream TV dramas (Notruf Hafenkante), short films (Pity Fu-k directed by Raquel Stern, Raindance Filmfestival) and immersive theatre projects (Boehler & Orendt's Mehrung #5, KW Institute for Contemporary Art Berlin).
Marius is particularly interested in dark comedies, psychological dramas, and fast-paced thrillers. He enjoys working on international projects with a cosmopolitan feel and bringing fun, entertaining energy to work. Oh, and he loves making people laugh - a lot.
Jordan-Ross Olloé is a British Actor, based in Dublin and London.
Jordan has trained at The Bow Street Academy for Screen Acting, The Gaiety School of Acting and is currently in the Professional Level of Identity School of Drama.
Jordan is a fluent French speaker, as his family originate from Ivory Coast.
Apart from TV & Film Acting; Jordan spends the rest of his time listening to music which he sees as another form of entertaining storytelling and hopes to both write his own stories and make music in the future.
Conor Hackett is a Dublin based actor who trained in the Gaiety School of Acting and the Momentum Acting Studio for two years studying Meisner Technique (where he is still an active member)
Conor has appeared in numerous short films and collaborated with Alexander Kuribayashi on a series of narrative music videos. He also appeared in the award-winning comedy-horror film 'Follow The Dead'. Conor was main cast in The Drowning Room at the 2018 International Gay Theatre Festival and is currently producing and will appear in 'The Great War' and 'Lovely Head' by Neil LaBute in Smock Alley Theatre scheduled for November 2021.
Most recently Conor starred in 'Growing Charlotte' produced and directed by Sticky-tape productions and Failte Ireland's 'Taste the Ireland' TV campaign.
Conor is an experienced swimmer, competing for the Aer Lingus Masters team and is also a long-distance endurance cyclist.
Upon graduating from a Masters in Film and Television Studies at Dublin City University at the age of 21, Tadhg took part in an Introduction to Directing course at Filmbase and, through this, reignited his teenage love for acting and performance.
In 2018, he attended the Bow Street Academy for Screen Acting’s Programme and Advanced Programme on a part-time basis and this year has been involved with a number of short films. These include Allyn Quigley’s sophomore fictional short, Moth, which premiered at the 31st Galway Film Fleadh, and Brian McDonnell’s Please LIKE Me, which has been officially selected for the Dublin International Short Film Festival and the Richard Harris Film Festival, where Tadhg will be seen in the role of Ashley.
Most recently, he was seen in the lead role of Oslo in the short film, Verge, written by Jack Batty and co-directed by Batty and Conor Sweeney for Bow Street Academy for Screen Acting’s collaboration with Fighting Words.
Helin Ekin is a London based Spotlight registered actress of Kurdish origin who moved to the UK from Turkey in late 2016. Since then, she has trained at The BRIT School and performed across London and Stratford-Upon-Avon including the RSC Open Air Theatre, New Wimbledon Theatre and Arcola Theatre as well as becoming a member of both National Youth Theatre (having completed the Senior Acting Course in 2018) and National Youth Film Academy (having completed the SetReady Course in 2020). The NYFA produced film Intrusion she was a part of was successfully shown at the RainDance Film Festival in 2020. She is due to graduate from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in 2023. She speaks Turkish natively and English fluently with a British accent.
2021 Berlinale talents alumni Eliane, is an award-winning Rwandan actress based in France.
Accountant by training, she started her acting career with Rwanda's theatre companies and trained inTunisia at the El-hamra theatre.
Her international breakthrough role in "Birds Are Singing in Kigali" won her Best Actress Awards at prestigious festivals such as the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, the Chicago International Film Festival, the Polish Film Festival, the New York Polish Film festival, the Let's CEE International film festival and the mastercard rising star award at the Netia OFF independent film festival .
She is starring in the lead role of the hollywood indie drama "Trees of peace" which is premiering at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival.
And will be next starring in the upcoming sci-fi "Neptune Frost" directed by Saul Williams.
She is interested, drama, historical and psychological drama, sci-fiction/fantasy, romantic and dark comedy.
Sami Kali is a Swiss-Tunisian actor who graduated from the Giles Foreman Center for Acting in London. On screen, his career includes short films, series and commercials. On stage, he has performed in plays and musicals, touring Switzerland, France (Avignon Festival) and England. He's got many years experience in improv and immersive shows, especially with young audiences. He sings as a high baritone, does contemporary and jazz dance, speaks French, English and Arabic. Alongside acting, he's also a passionate director and screenwriter. He's currently working on his first feature film.