Jack Roth is the son of actor Tim Roth (Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, etc) and award-winning writer and producer Lori Baker. His acting talent was learned entirely from his environment. Jack is best known for his roles as 'Max' in Sky Living's second series of 'Bedlam'(2012) and Dolge Orlick in BBC's 'Great Expectations'(2011). Recent work includes Rogue One (2016), Brimstone (2016) and Britannia – Series 1 (2018).
Best known as the voice of David Archer in the BBC Radio series, The Archers, Tim is also an accomplished stage, film, radio and television actor. – from the swashbuckling Tom Lacey in the 80s series By The Sword Divided to starring with David Jason in 2012’s The Royal Bodyguard. He has also featured in Twenty Twelve, The Politician’s Husband, Eastenders, Lucan, Gangsta Granny and played the Home Secretary in the BBC spy series, The Game.
Andrew Tiernan trained at the Drama Centre London. His first break was in Derek Jarman's "Edward II". The same year, he was cast as Orlando & Oliver in a film version of Shakespeare's "As you like it" and in Lynda La Plante's "Prime Suspect". Andrew has continued to work in quality drama appearing in such films as Polanski's "The Pianist", "300" and "300: Rise of an Empire". More recently he directed his debut features "Dragonfly" and “UK18”.
Daniel Kendrick is best known for The Riot Club (2014), Party Party (2016) and Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series (2014).
Sophie Colquhoun is best known for Captain America: The First Avenger (2011), The Inbetweeners Movie (2011) and Anti-Social (2015).
Carolyn Backhouse was born in Grimsby, Humberside, England, and is best known for Scoop (2006) and Robin Hood (1991).
Paul made his professional debut opposite Julie Walters in Filth: The Mary Whitehouse Story. He is also known for Mortdecai (2015) and MacMafia (2018).
Louis is an actor and writer, known for Cloud Atlas (2012) and Revolver (2005).
Joe was supposed to work on the railways like the rest of his family, but avoided getting a proper job and went to film school instead. The young writer/director has won awards from the Royal Television Society, been named a ‘hotshot’ by UK trade paper Broadcast and screened in competition at Tribeca with the award-winning “Keep Quiet” (2016). "Us and Them" is his feature fiction debut.