The Actors

Katharine Mary

Characters: Marlene and Cassandra

Kat Mary Gillham

 

Kat trained at the Guildford School of Acting, graduating in 2004. Since setting up her own theatre company (also in 2004), has produced and performed in shows both in the UK and internationally. These have ranged from an adaptation of popular children’s book ‘Vampirates’, to comedy parody 'Escape From The Planet Of The Day That Time Forgot', to large scale immersive shows such as ‘Oh What a Lovely War’ ‘Metamorphosis’ and ‘Woyzeck’. Kat regularly tours her solo show ‘Mata Hari – Female Spy' and performs as a puppeteer with street theatre troupe, the ‘Flying Buttresses’. TV credits include playing Julia in the award winning BBC1 drama ‘Pompeii –The Last Day’, and playing Ellie alongside Josh Widdecombe in BBC’s ‘Josh’. Kat has worked extensively in commercials and is often cast as ‘commercial mum’ for brands such as Kaufland, Halfords and Peugeot. She has presented for Facebook Live alongside David Schneider and can also be seen chasing the general public around the Crystal Maze as a Maze Master – think Richard O’Brien but with more hair!


Nick Moon

Characters: Del Boy and Uncle Albert

Nick Moon

 

Nick is an actor, comedian and impressionist. He began his professional acting career over 20 years ago when he started working as a stunt artist in a jousting tournament. Since then Nick has accumulated many roles, not just within theatre and musicals but also in the film industry where some of his credits include Brighton Mob, Home for Christmas, and Further Ed. His character work has made him one of the most sought after impersonators on the touring circuit, winning critical and audience reviews. Nick also freelances as a producer and a director.


Lawrence Watling

Characters: Rodney Trotter

Lawrence Watling

 

Lawrence gained a Masters degree at the University of Kent, alongside training at the Moscow Arts Theatre in Russia. He went on to receive high acclaim for his portrayal of Shaggy in the Warner Brothers UK tour Scooby Doo Live where he completed 560 consecutive shows. Recent performances include Parolles (All’s Well That Ends Well) and Edgar (King Lear) at the 30th annual Cambridge Shakespeare Festival and Fagin (Oliver!) at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Lawrence appears regularly in immersive and stand up shows in the UK and internationally, and currently leads the cast of the successful web series Casting Directors, now in its second season. He is also a keen writer and director, having set up his own company ‘In a Nutshell’, which creates immersive and interactive theatre for children.


Rob Taylor-Hastings

Characters: Boycie and Trigger

Rob Taylor-Hastings

 

Rob led his University’s Theatre Company to produce 41 shows in one year and founded their still-running improve group, the Flat Pack. He went on to train at East 15, graduating his Masters in 2012. Since then, Rob has moved on to write, direct and produce comedy shows for multiple years at Edinburgh Fringe and for radio. Recently he was in talks with The BBC to develop his long running web series into a fully-fledged show. He has performed in a wide range of productions, from Shakespeare & Pinter to abstract movement pieces and performance art. His television debut came as a recurring character in Channel 4's Hollyoaks, where he gained notable popularity. Currently, Rob is expanding his career and pursuing being a presenter for, eg, his YouTube Toy Review channel that recently broke 2m views, Robots Live (a touring version of Robot Wars), and The Crystal Maze Live Experience (intro video and in competition). All this, but he quotes his greatest achievement as creating his own video production company: focusing on corporate video and short festival films, Tiny Ginger Studios has travelled the globe and produced wide ranging content from Toy Fair reviews to political activism in the USA.