CAST & CREW
Terry is best known for playing the lead role in Channel 4’s critically acclaimed comedy-drama The Mimic. Further film and TV credits include; The Reluctant Landlord (Sky1), Murder in Successville (BBC3), Motherland (BBC2), Theresa V Boris: How May Became PM (BBC2), Toast of London (C4), Very Important People (C4) and Captain Webb (Miramax). Terry is also a well-known impressionist and voice-over artist.
Georgia’s most recent TV credits include Modern Horror Stories (Comedy Central), The Stand Up Sketch Show I & II (ITV2), Patrick Melrose (Showtime / Sky Atlantic), Vera (ITV), The Halcyon (ITV), Birds of a Feather (ITV), Doctors (BBC), 6Degrees I, II & III (BBC), Pete Vs Life (C4), Missing (BBC) and Ashes to Ashes (BBC). She is also a regular on the BBC Quickies. Film includes leading roles in Love me till Monday (Verve Pictures), Captain Webb (Miramax) and Razors (Magic Mask). Theatre includes Bash (Royal Court), The Dover Road (Jermyn Street Theatre), Hayfever and As You Like It (Rose Theatre), and Laburnum Grove (Finborough). Georgia trained at LAMDA and is also a writer and improviser. You can hear her on new podcast You’ve Been Watching in early 2020, produced by Warner Bros.
Tim Plester is an actor and a filmmaker. Credits for film and TV include; Game Of Thrones (HB0), Ricky Gervais' After Life (Netflix), Lockout, Kick-Ass, Worzel Gummidge, Control and Bohemian Rhapsody. His award-winning documentary work includes the films Way of the Morris and The Ballad of Shirley Collins.
Farshid is originally from Afghanistan. He has worked extensively in theatre for companies such as the National Theatre and Royal Court in London. Film and TV work includes; Four Weddings and a Funeral (Hulu), Home (Channel 4), The Trial (Channel 4), Tyrant (Fox USA) and Leave to Remain (Indefinite Films/BBC Films). Farshid has been nominated for awards for his radio work.
Kelda is best known for playing Sarah Jackson in the hit, long running series Press Gang (Richmond Films). Further film and TV credits include; Acting with Anna (C4), Casualty (BBC), The Sisters Brothers (Annapurna Pictures), The Work of Mourning (Lucy Beech) and 1984 (Umbrella Films). Recent audio credits include the character ‘Ghost’ in Count Turnip (The Academy of Media Arts Cologne). On stage, Kelda recently played Olivia in Alison Williams’ play Three Degrees of Separation (Tempest Productions).
Actor, theatre maker, and highly trained drag idiot, Jonathan is at home on the legitimate and illegitimate stages. Summer 2019 he played the lead in JB Priestly’s Dangerous Corner in theatres across the country including the Windsor Theatre Royal. As his drag clown persona Mrs Jonjo, he can be found at The Royal Vauxhall tavern, The Glory and this year at The Royal Festival Hall as part of the Imagine Festival (ok, not so illegitimate then).
Director of Photography
JONATHAN PAUL GREEN