Derek began training at the Gaiety School of Acting, constantly taking part in workshops with industry professionals.
His most recent credits include the role of 'Abu Al Jabar' in the upcoming Crime TV Series COLD COURAGE based on the book by Finnish writer, Pekka Hiltunen. Previous credit includes Sci-fi TV Series, NIGHTFLYERS based on the novella written by George R.R Martin. 'Fr. Okocha' in (IFB) Short film "HONEST" directed by Matthew Roche and screened at the Galway Film Fleadh in July 2018. "Crooks" in John Steinbeck's renowned play "OF MICE AND MEN" directed by Kate Canning at the Mill Theatre, Dundrum in association with Balally Players, Ireland.
Besides acting, Derek considers writing as his second passion and has recently completed his Masters in Screenwritinv for Film and Television at Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology (IADT). He also holds a Masters in International Business and Global Management from the University of Limerick (UL).
Abdul Alshareef is a Dublin based actor who trained in The Bow Street Academy for Screen Acting and The Momentum Acting Studio for The Meisner Technique.
He is best known for his recurring role 'Mo' in the crime drama 'Taken Down' directed by David Caffrey. Abdul will next appear in the feature 'Gretel & Hansel' directed by Oz Perkins opposite Sophia Lillis as well as 'This Nan's Life' directed by Josie Rourke opposite Catherine Tate and Katherine Parkinson. His work extends to include a number of short films and plays and he appears on a number of commercials for brands including Salesforce, Hop House 13 and ESB.
Abdul is a fluent Arabic speaker, a competent horse rider and a swimmer. He is passionate about stories and alongside acting he enjoys writing and photography and he looks forward to writing and directing his own material.
Myles Clohessy is an American-Irish actor from NYC. He is currently set to star in the multi million dollar film The Third Period and has Guest Starres on hit American tv shows such as CBS's blue bloods , ABC's Quantico, a new show coming to TNT 'The Godmother' as well as a recurring role on Amazon Prime's new show this September "New Dogs Old Tricks" as well as playing the lead in multiple big budget indie films.
He is a conservatory trained actor at the acclaimed Suny purchase acting conservatory in NewYork as well as with famous acting coach and Drama Centre London professor Giles Foreman.
Eoin has been acting since the year 2015. After completing his studies on "The Applied Art of Acting" his most recent credits in Theatre includes:
The role of "William Roper" in Clontarf Players production of "A Man For All Seasons" by Robert Bolt Directed by Breffni McGuinness,
Returning with Clontarf Players in 2017 to play the role of “Dave” in their production of "All In Favour Said No" by Bernard Farrell Directed by Myra McGuire.
Eoin's Film credits include a supporting role in "1.6 Degrees" a short film Directed by Fergus Keane of Fro Films.
In 2018 he will play the lead role of "Jack" in "Polaroid" a feature film by award winning Irish film-maker Jason Figgis.
Eoin has worked on T.V productions such as CrimeCall & adverts such as Orchard Thieves, COSO and Coors Light.
Other training includes Gaiety School of Acting, screen course's and stage combat.
Eoin is ambitious and looks forward to working on future acting projects.
Favorite quote ”IT IS ONLY THOSE WHO ARE PERSISTENT, AND WILLING TO STUDY THINGS DEEPLY, WHO ACHIEVE THE MASTER WORK"
Lorcan J O’Neill trained at the London School of Contemporary Dance, where he gained his post-graduate degree in Dance and Theatre.
Since then he has worked with some of the top choreographers and dancers around the world touring throughout Europe and Asia over the past 10 years.
Later Lorcan moved into screen acting, studying with Bernard Hiller and Lisa Pescia in Berlin. Since coming home Lorcan has been working and training in Meisner technique with Tom Kibbe.
Lorcan's Work includes Supporting lead role as Shauneen Keough in the play “Playboy of the Western world” at the Firkin Crane, Cork and Cork Opera House for the Joan Denise Moriarty centenary gala 2012.
“Princess Gritzebella” a performed physical theatre solo on transgenderism at the Mac Belfast 2015.
Lorcan’s more recent work includes:
A (civil war drama) feature film “The Bird” being released in 2018 with Centauri Films. Directed by Conor Slattery, playing ‘Oige’ in a supporting role. Other credits include “Ted” a Short Film directed by Sam O' Keeffe with No Sleep Productions. Playing the lead role as ‘Ted' in a (violent drama) which was shown in Indie Cork Film Festival 2016.
Lorcan’s most recent credits include the Lead role in a short Film (post-apocalyptic) “The cinnamon Sea” Directed By Rob Buckley with Subject Cinema which was screened at the Cork indie film festival 2017.
“Hush Clowns” (Drama)Lead role, Directed by Richie O' Connell which was awarded the Elevation Award at the Spotlight Festival 2017.
And most recently featured in the Cork TV Series “The Young Offenders”
Lorcan is currently working with theatre company Lantern productions for there upcoming production of “Erin Connelly and the children of Lir” at the Everyman palace Cork.
Hailing from East Cork Paudie grew up with a passion for Acting and Writing due to his love for film and the process of filmmaking.
Having studied Theatre Production, Film Production and Drama Paudie has a comprehensive understanding of all the variables in both the creative and business elements in the production process.
Paudie acted in several theatrical productions in Cork City before moving to Dublin to study drama at DIT where he received a BA Honours Degree. Since Graduating in November 2017 Paudie has made fast work of his degree being cast in several productions including A Very Irish Family Alongside Joe Mullins, A main featured artist role in a Hophouse Lager commercial and a main featured artist role in a Together for Yes promotional video.
In addition to acting Paudie has completed several screenplays which he plans to produce.
Liam is an Irish Actor. Growing up he attended the Eva Coffee School of Speech and Drama which embedded a deep desire to act. After moving to Wexford as a teen he returned to Dublin in his early 20s to continue to pursue acting.
While living in Dublin, Liam attended a number of courses and workshops including Terry McMahon’s Screen acting course, Finding the moment with Cathy Brady, Ownership with Gerry Grennell, and the Gaiety School’s Acting for the camera.
He recently played the detective in “The Baby Greg Conundrum” by Cian O Faolain as part of Smock Alleys Scene and Heard. Previous theatre credits include the role Mr. Darcy in Moat theatre’s production of Pride & Prejudice, Billy in “Eden” by Eugene O Brien, Brick in “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” by Tennessee Williams and Comic in “Breathing Water” by Raymond Scannell.
Film Credits include most recently, playing the Part of Dave in a pilot called “The Plays the thing” by 2plustwo Productions. Played the part of Clint in pulse college’s end of year showcase film “Working Title” which went on to feature in a number of film festivals.
Liam is now currently living in Vancouver continuing his career as an actor.
Cedric Chemir is a French Caribbean actor. After he studied in Cours Florent, he pursued his courses at the Atelier Blanche Salant. His 2 first short movies "Jesuis libre" and "Come dine with me... or not" that he directed himself, has been ranked in the top 50 of the well recognized Mobile Film Festival and Nikon Film Festival. He also worked with the GFCA acting coach Giles Foreman.
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.
Born and raised in Germany, Fidel moved to Ireland to study acting at various facilities such as The Gaiety School of Acting and The Lir, before studying the Meisner Technique full-time at Momentum Acting Studio.
He starred as the lead in the Short Film "Speak To Her", which won Best Drama at the ROI Royal Television Society Awards and has been selected for the Fastnet Film Festival.
Fidel also frequently appears in commercials. He has a deep passion for sports activities and Martial Arts.
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.
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).
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.