Laya Aiesha Lewis a Bristol actress best known as Liv Malone in British TV drama Skins (2011).
Laya also starred in Emeli Sandé’s (2012) video “My Kind of Love, short movie The Line (2014) and plays Beverley in BEVERLEY (2015).
Where we see Laya Lewis’ great skill in showing Beverley’s bravado in the face of tough circumstances. From wry smiles to emotional outbursts, the actress pours her heart (and soul) into the role with a passionate performance.
Vicky McClure, born Nottingham, 1983 is an actress best known for her work in the films of Shane Meadows. She starred as Ladine, Romeo’s sister, in A Room for Romeo Brass and also featured in Meadows’ most recent and most successful film, This Is England.
She has recently co-starred in the London-based comedy film Filth and Wisdom, the first feature film directed by pop singer Madonna. The film premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival on February 13, 2008.
Undoubtedly a rising British Actor with a lot of Hollywood Directors interested in casting her into 2010 slates.
In 1997, Kieran successfully auditioned for the BAFTA award-winning Television Workshop in Nottingham, (alumni includes Samantha Morton, Toby Kebbell, Jack O’Connell, Vicky McClure).
Much work in children’s television during the late nineties propelled Kieran to parts in BBC prime-time drama series and educational programs, before a two-year daily stint in ITV’s 2001 daytime soap ‘Crossroads’.
2006 saw Kieran as part of the main ensemble in Shane Meadows’s ‘This is England’. The film beat all expectations and won a BAFTA for ‘Best British Film’ in 2007.
Having performed annually in ‘Television Workshop’ productions and leaving the group after 12 years, Kieran has had roles in many acclaimed television shows, ‘Waterloo Road – series 6’, ‘Accused – series 2’ and ‘My Mad Fat Diary – series 2’. Kieran has keen aspirations to write and direct.
Winston Ellis was born as Winston George Ellis. He is known for his work on The Dark Knight (2008), Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End (2007) and Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest (2006).
Other film credits include roles in Shiner (alongside Michael Caine) and Jackie Chan’s Operation Condor, Black Mask starring Jet Li and The Quest, with Jean Claude Van Damme and Roger Moore.
At the age of 12, having previously only been in short film Beverley Nottingham-born newcomer Sennia Nanua landed the critical role of Melanie in Colm McCarthy’s The Girl With All The Gifts, starring opposite Glenn Close, Gemma Arterton and Paddy Considine.
IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE
as Mr Bridges
as Mrs Bridges
SHANETH PATRICK DAVIS
LAYA ANN-MARIE BATTIE