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).
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.
Thomas Leggett is an actor from Dublin, Ireland. As a design graduate, he has been involved in the creative industry for nearly thirty years. During the 1990s, he was a bass player and song writer with a pop band in Dublin and Manchester.
He studied screen acting at Dublin’s, Bow Street and made his first TV appearance on RTÉ’s, ’16 Letters’ in 2016. In recent years, Thomas has been cast in the role of Lenny Drake on ‘Fair City’ and as a police constable on ‘Peaky Blinders’, S6. With IMDB credits for both these roles, he has also been credited for both lead and supporting roles in short and feature length independent films. Thomas has taken classes in classical singing, stage combat and horse riding.
Noah is a recent graduate from Bowstreet Academy’s Full-Time Course (2021)
He is currently filming Reuben Harvey’s “With love, from Aidan”, playing the lead character Aidan in an IADT graduate production. He will also be seen in Leon McCullough’s “Matters of the heart”, which he finished filming earlier this year. Other credits include “My Angel” (Ian Fallon) and “On the rocks” (Leah O’Toole).
Noah will be directing his first short film “We Were There” in February, an Irish period piece which received funding for production from Screen Wexford.
After graduating from Bowstreet, he has constantly been working on his craft. Taking part in workshops with Ivana Chubbuck, Darren Thornton, Terry MacMahon and having regular one-to-one sessions with Gerry Grennell.
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.
Alex Hannigan is a young Actor hailing from Meath, Alex trained at Bow Street Academy of Screen Acting where he graduated in 2019 from the Full Time Acting course.
Alex has had a passion for acting from a very young age, growing up Alex has always been around the arts with theatre and film being very much a big part of his family life.
Alex has been apart of the Londis campaign which sponsored Ireland’s fittest Family playing the role of ‘Liam’ as well as the current stand alone Londis campaign. Alex will also be seen in the upcoming feature film produced by Zanzibar films “butterfly Diaries”.
Alex has worked on various Short films in the past where comedy has played a big factor, Comedy has always been a joy for him in life and is always amazing for him to bring it to the screen and bring a smile to people’s faces.
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.
Vincent Tsang is a British Chinese actor based in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
He graduated from The Gaiety School of Acting in 2010 on a part-time 1 year course. He was also a member of the Lyric Drama Studio in 2011.
Vincent has appeared in theatre, commercial, short films and feature films. He has played as Jackie Chan's driving stunt double in 'The Foreigner'. He is also known for his work playing opposite the lead role as a love interest in an independent feature film 'Bunny The Killer Thing' which premiered at Cannes Film Festival.
Vincent is a fluent Cantonese speaker, has over 15 years of experience in taekwondo and created his own healthy Chinese sauce brand during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Luke plays the supporting role of 'Padraig' in Writer/Director Colum Eastwood's feature thriller "BLACK MEDICINE" which filmed in Northern Ireland, and also the recurring role of 'Garda O'Neill' in "AN IRISH CRIME SERIES" for ARD Germany (and Degeto Film GmbH) which filmed in the West of Ireland.
Both are currently in post-production. Screen credits also include the supporting role of 'Eric' throughout Mark O'Connor's crime drama series for Virgin Media One "DARKLANDS", 'Stark Soldier' in the final season of HBO 's "GAME OF THRONES" series, 'Russian Sentry' in the final series of History's "VIKINGS" series, 'Garda Walsh' in both seasons of the RTE Television legal drama "STRIKING OUT", 'Assassin Paddy Doyle' in the TV3 television series "ASSASSINS", and 'American Prison Guard' in Season 2 of AMC Television's "INTO THE BADLANDS".
Luke is a highly skilled martial artist and competes internationally in Brazilian jiu-jitsu.
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.
Nikhil is a full time actor living in London with a family base in Dublin Ireland as well. He is an alumni of bow street academy of screen acting Dublin and has done extensive screen acting training with Act Natural gym and Terry McMahon’s acting workshops along with Meisner Technique workshops at BAW Paris. He is originally from India and is a native speaker of English, Hindi and Urdu. Notable work includes Apple TV's "Foundation", RTE's "Smother" and Curiosity Streams's "Queens of Ancient Egypt
Thibaut Vallier is a french bilingual actor currently based in Paris, France.
He started his journey as a professional actor at Mulholland Academy in Amsterdam where he trained with Meisner and Strasberg methods. He now keeps on working on his craft at the LAPA-Lee Strasberg Studio Paris.
Thibaut already starred in several short films and playwrights such as “Rules of Love” (Joe Pintauro) “Katie and Frank” (Theresa Rebeck).
He is a promising young actor eager to work and touch humanity with his unicity, instincts, and heart.
Brian McCarthy is a Dublin/London-based Cork actor, writer and director.
He is set to appear next in The Burning at Ballymanny short film in which he also directed and co-wrote with his production house; ByMinute Productions. He will also appear in the feature film; Visitors Welcome next year and Brian will also appear in the short film; The Mark of Cain later this year.
Brian is currently appearing in the Guinness nationwide commercial campaign; Lovely Day for A Guinness created by Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO in London.
In theatre, Brian just finished his appearance as Hamlet in This House Is Elsinore by Lianne O’Shea as part of Culture Night supported by The Arts Council. He also holds the record for most Best Performer awards at the Drama League of Ireland’s All-Ireland One-Act Drama Festival, and was also nominated for a third time.
Brian graduated from the Full-Time Programme for Screen Acting at Bow Street Academy in 2021, under the tutelage of Gerry Grennell, Shimmy Marcus and Cathy Brady. He is also a part time drama and music teacher. He is also a singer/musician having been previously a member of the band Home for The Weekend.
Makrià Midèn is an actor and theatre maker who trained at the Gaiety School of Acting. He has also participated in workshops held by artists such as Euripides Laskaridis and David Glass.
He has appeared in various productions, including theatre, short films, radio plays, TV series and other artistic projects. He has presented two original plays, “Euripide” and “Oreste”, in Italy and Ireland.
Makrià loves to explore and research what theatre is and can bring to both audiences and performers alike. He is particularly interested in physical, experimental theatre. He believes in a sensorial theatre, where text and meaning are not the main concern, but he enjoys working on all kinds of projects, contaminating and evolving his style with the new experiences he makes.
He is fluent in English and Italian, competent in Greek. He does capoeira, sings, plays the Jew’s harp, writes for the stage and is currently training to become a professional voice actor as well. Finally, he is trained in stage combat, both armed and unarmed.
After studying in London and New York, Michael has featured in various TV shows alongside working production in Rian Johnson’s STAR WARS: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi. He also has an exciting career behind the scenes; Michael produced INFERNO in Las Vegas that Rolling Stone magazine featured as #6 of Las Vegas’ “Most Astounding Acrobatic Shows”.
He currently has a slate of projects in development including a full-scale musical (that has been optioned by a major production company), and a series of projects for television.
Michael is based in Shoreditch, London and has the ability to be based in Hampshire, Manchester, Dublin and New York.
Conor is an Irish actor based in Dublin & London and recently graduated from the full time screen acting course at Bow Street in Dublin.
Conor also trained part time with the Gaiety School of acting and directors including Terry McMahon and Graham Cantwell. In 2019 Conor appeared in the music video “Long Time No See” for the Irish band Wild Youth.
Conor has produced and starred in his own films, his first two short films premiering at film festivals in Dublin. He is a keen runner and gymnast.