Rory Grant Just wrapped on the forthcoming series, “Borderland”, set during the 1970’s IRA troubles. Previously wrapped on the feature “Kingslayer” where he played the assassin.
Rodney Matthew 25 April till 03 September 2022 sees him play ‘Charlie’ in “One Man, Two Guvnors” playing The Octagon Theatre, Bolton, Everyman and Playhouse Theatres, Liverpool and The Theatre by the Lake, Keswick. Can currently be seen in the Network comedy drama series “Screw”, set in a North-East English prison.
Alyson Orr 21 March till 1 October 2022 sees her in “Noises Off “ and "Sunshine On Leith” at Pitlochry Festival Theatre. Last seen, Xmas 2021, as the Fairy Godmother in “Cinderella”. Prior to this, played the title role in the stage show, “Streisand” and reprised her role in “Six Black Candles”.
Gareth Morrison Just wrapped a six week shoot on the HBO prequel to Game of Thrones, “House Of The Dragon” . Immediately prior to this he wrapped on two back-to-back features, the Sci-fi Horror film “Skinjacker” and as ‘Prince Brad, The Muscular’ on the feature film "Man and Witch".
Sarah Collier till 10 June 2022, reprise shooting her regular role of Murdina Bug, on the Sony/Starz period drama series “Outlander”. Recently wrapped, as Mara, on the Italian feature “It’s Not Over”.
Matthew Mooney Mid July to 1 September 2022 sees him as the “Madhatter” in the stage show “The Madhatter’s Circus”, utilising his circus & magic skills. Panto 2021 featured him in “Snow White & the Teeny Weeny MacTitchies”. Last wrapped on Pressman Film’s feature “She Will”. This follows his wrap on the Irish feature “Finky”.
Dawn Chandler Recently wrapped on the BBC daily soap “Doctors”. Last seen in the Sony/Starz period series “Outlander”, the BBC comedy series “Still Game” and the CBBC comedy series “Once Upon A Crime”.
Michael Mackenzie Recently wrapped on the new crime drama series, in the role of Garry Thompson, "Karen Pirie". Currently can be seen, on iPlayer, in the BBC Network series and submarine drama “Vigil”, where he plays Gordon Torrans. Probably best known for playing the regular pathologist on “Taggart” for a number of years.
Maggie MacRitchie last filmed on series series 2 of “Traces” in the role of Valerie Gemmell.
John Cooke recently wrapped on Chris Young’s new feature “Silent Roar” having previously just recently wrapped, as Bryn Hannigan, on the BBC period drama series “Father Brown”.
Leigh Biagi lately completed filming on Stephen Frear’s latest production “The Lost King”, having previously wrapped on the feature “The Last Dance”, as the character Morag Morrison and seen in the BAFTA winning, Tiger Aspect/BBC’s “Armchair Detectives”. Prior to this, played in BBC's network series “Shetland” and BBC 4's comedy series, “Bob Servant Independent”.
Andrew Byatt prior to conflict, returned from Kiev (playing the grandfather), where he was shooting on the latest “Samsung” worldwide campaign. Recently wrapped on series 2 of “Succession”.
Steve Hay last wrapped, playing the role of Zebekiah, on the feature “The Book Of Laws”. Previously seen in Sony/Starz period epic “Outlander”, where he played a Gypsy. Stage-wise, last completed the Promenade production of “Macallan Pioneers”, about the famous Whisky distiller and concluded “Macbeth” at the State Theatre in Bishkek Kyrgyzstan. Prior to this, shot a corporate video for “Glenfiddich Whisky”
Ruth McGhie Last seen alongside Olivia Colman, Gary Oldman and Paloma Faith in the British Airways TV and cinema campaign “BA 100”. Prior to this she appeared in David Walliam’s BBC Christmas Day comedy “Grandpa’s Great Escape”, where she played Mrs. Ray, alongside Sir Tom Courtenay.
Emma Findlay currently fronting the new "Scot Blood" 2022 TV & media campaign. Panto 2021 saw her on stage in the title role of “Cinderella”, having previously won the Best Actress at The Top Indie Film Awards 2019 for her role of Laura in the short film “Why?”. Prior to this she wrapped on Dark Avenue Film’s “The Lost Wife”.
Nomann Khan recently wrapped on Stephen Frear’s new feature “The Lost King” in the role of Anil. Prior to this, he filmed on the feature “She Will” and featured, as Luke Faucet, in Tiger Aspect’s “Armchair Detectives” and the C4 comedy series "Scrotal Recall". Last seen on stage in “The Rime Of The Ancient Mariner”.
Alexander Cowan just shot on the forthcoming WWI Feature “Pendragon” following his wrap on the film “Traffic”.
This follows his stage roles at Newcastle Playhouse “Fear and Misery in the Third Reich”, “Brighton Beach Scumbags” and “The Changeling”.
James Bryce his latest performance features in in the worldwide Facebook campaign “Portal”. Last played a fisherman in the ITV Network series “Shetland”. Prior to this, he filmed on the Canadian production “Transmission”. Has recorded well over 100 talking books.
Vince Docherty last wrapped, as a Policeman, on the Irish feature “Finky”. This followed his shoot on BBC/Tiger Aspect’s, BAFTA-winning, “Armchair Detectives” and his stint on the BBC Scottish soap, "River City". Other TV/film credits take in "Waterloo Road" and "Bob Servant Independent".
Iain Agnew features include Martin Scorsese's "Gangs Of New York", Lars Von Trier's "Breaking the Waves" & Paul Weiland's "Made of Honor". Enormous TV experience, having been a regular, for many years, in the Scottish soap "High Road".
Sharon Osdin recently wrapped on Stephen Frear’s new feature “The Lost King”. Previously won Best Supporting Actress at Film Fest International London for the feature film “Anna Unbound” (Ruth). TV credits take in: “The Crews” (Nurse) and “In Search Of Bible John”, “Cleek” (Norma), “The Dead Outside” (Kate), “Life Goes On” (Chris) and “Good Intentions” (Female Lead- Zara). Last seen in “Haggis”, “Tam” (a film based on Tam O’Shanter)
Davy Andrews TV productions include: BBC’s “Tracy Beaker Returns”, “Casualty”, “An Age of Kings”, “Legend Of Death”; “The Trouble with England” & “Long Past Glory”.
Andy Arnold is currently the Artistic Director of the Tron Theatre, Glasgow.
Bill Barclay features such as Scorsese's "Gangs Of New York" to TV's "High Road", "Rab C. Nesbitt", "Taggart", "2000 Acres of Sky", "Gunfight At The Joe Kaye Corral", "Dr. Finlay's Casebook", "Taking Over The Asylum", "Rebus" & "Sense Of Freedom".
Sue Cann just shot on CBBC/Chalkboard TV’s network series “Logan High”.
John Clyde appearing in "Traces", on Alibi channel.
Amy Conwaycurrently touring “Super Awesome World”.
Tony Croft last seen in BBC/Tiger Aspect’s “Armchair Detectives”, playing Jeffrey Holmes. Last seen as Angus, in John Maclean's "Slow West", (which won "World Cinema Jury Prize : Dramatic Winner" at the Sundance Film Festival).
Michael Daviot just completed “1917 - A Phantasmagoria” at the Edinburgh Fringe. Recently seen in the BBC network series “The Replacement” having also just voiced on the animated feature “Princess Emmy”.
Greg Drysdale just wrapped on Michael Caton’s new feature “The Sopranos”, playing DJ Davie. This follows BBC/Tiger Aspect’s “Armchair Detectives”.
Gregor Duncan is currently a senior lecturing tutor in Acting Studies. Last seen in the BBC sitcom series, "Dear Green Place".
Ian Falconer was last seen in the American features "A Young Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court", "Prince John ", "Dangerous Prey" and "Sacred Cargo" as well as BBC TV's "Monarch of the Glen" & "Sea Of Souls".
Jock Ferguson has recently been portraying many historical Scottish characters, most recently for Historic Scotland.
Kay Gallie just shot a corporate on "Adult Care", having recent been seen in "Broth", at Oran Mor, Glasgow and the Traverse Theatre.
Kerry Lyn Hamilton just off the stage in “Silence and Conflict in Court” at the Edinburgh Fringe. Recently completed filming on the American series "Million Dollar American Princesses".
Sarah Henderson recently completed loop-voicing on "Outlander".
Aaron Jones has just completed a one year contract, touring Germany, in “The Magic Shop”, “5xW” and “Just Strangers”.
Anthony Kelly has recently reprised his role of Tim in "Singing I'm No A Billy, He's A Tim", in Belfast.
Jacques Kerr recently shot a corporate DVD about "GP Communications Skills".
Philip Kingscott recently shot and streamed “Fate Departed” about two German soldiers in WW1. Last seen as the nervous and foppish English court aide, on the Netflix period feature “Outlaw King”. Previously filmed the feature "Infiltrated" in the role of Pvte. Speirs. Theatre-wise, last returned from New York where he in the romantic comedy “Passing Through” at the Chain Theatre, Manhattan.
Fiona Knowles August saw her fit in shooting, as Gina, on the BBC sitcom "Still Game", while touring “Women on the Verge of a T-Junction” and “Stick Granny on the Roof-Rack”.
Eliza Langland just wrapped on “Confusions of a Wasted Youth”, having recently performed with the Finnish theatre company, ACE-Production, in "The Chicken Trial".
Martha Leishman last wrapped on the feature "Ayat Ayat". This followed shooting on a worldwide corporate campaign for, clinical science company, "Hologic".
David Leith last seen as a Policeman in the BBC series "One of Us". He also shot a Breast Awareness commercial.
Jamie Lemetti previously returned from Germany, where he was directing, “Brexit”. This Xmas (2 Nov – 2 Jan) sees him in Aladdin, at Bognor.
Kevin MacIsaac Based Sydney, Australia. Recent credits include "Parer's War" for ABC, and "In Your Dreams" for Endemol Australia.
Clunie Mackenzie recently shot on the Sony/Starz period series "Outlander" and toured Elements World Theatre's, "Lockerbie : Lost Voices".
Scott McFarlan just shot on Tiger Aspect’s “Armchair Detectives”, as Ralph Moore.
Finlay McLean just completed the summer season for Bard in the Botanic’s, which saw him play Gloucester in "Queen Lear" and Gremio/ Vincentio in "The Taming of the Shrew" This followed his wrap on “Ardbeg Whisky”’s latest campaign campaign.
Paul Mitchell recently featured, as a football commentator, in the massive worldwide television commercial for NIKE's Brazilian World Cup campaign.
Paul Murray last seen as Court Usher, in the stage play "Conflict In Court".
Naomi Neilson recently wrapped on Clydebank's, coming of age road-trip, feature, "Moon Dogs", playing the manager.
Sean O'Kane substantial credits from both sides of the Atlantic; Features take in Paramount’s “The Saint”, “Magic Island” and “Patriot Games”; Warner Brother’s “Million Dollar Baby”; Shoreline’s “Senseless”; MGM’s “Blown Away”; Cohen Picture’s “Stone Soup”.
Ron Paterson recently shot on the Scottish Government’s campaign re “Dementia”. This followed him fronting the recent online Xmas campaign for “Celtic F.C.”.
Sheena Penson August saw her shoot, as Sandra, on the BBC network sit-com “Still Game” and till 16 September 2017 sees her, on stage, in “Six Black Candles”, at the Glasgow Pavilion
Jacqui Prentice August saw her shoot on “Armchair Detectives” as Editor, Angela Grayson for Tiger Aspect. She can also currently be heard voicing the “Scottish Blood Transfusion” campaign.
Robert Read recently shot on Freak Film’s “Clydeside Distillery Visitors Centre”, having previously reprised his role in "Outlander". Also filmed "City Of The Blind", a web thriller about the C.I.A.
Bernard Sharpe recently seen, as the lead, in the “Strictly Come Dancing” promo, having previously shot on “The Invisible Man” and “Excite”, an internet viral. Also voiced on "Heroine".
Clare Sheppard last seen in “Six Black Candles” at the Glasgow Pavilion Theatre.
Donald Sinclair ADR work on "Tommy's Honour" following voicing on Michael Fassbender's, "Macbeth". Regularly voiced on the period series "Outlander", following his appearance in the production, as Fingal Duncan.
Ashok Srivastava was last seen in the BBC sitcoms "My Life In Film" and "Still Game".
Andrew Stanson recently finished shooting on C4's comedy series, "Drifters", playing the studio sound engineer.
Lesley Stone 20 -26 August she can be seen in “Be Prepared” at the Edinburgh Fringe (12 noon, at SpaceUK, Surgeon's Hall). Just shot an “Age UK” TV commercial having recently filmed on the latest “Asda” campaign.
Liz Strange just completed filming on BBC/Tager Aspect's "Armchair Detectives".
Grant Thomson recently seen, opposite David Beckham, in the latest Sky TV commercial. Priot to this, he shot on the C4 comedy series "Scrotal Recall".
Robert Williamson recently shot on “Blindsided” as well as voice on the Network series, “Shetland” and a commercial campaign for “Specsavers”. Prior to this, he shot "Seat In Shadow", playing a cockney bouncer, which premiered, at the Edinburgh International Film Festival.
Iain Wotherspoon last seen as Nanny McSmee in “Peter Pan”, at Eden Court, Inverness. Recently shot the role of Archibald Pitcairn for Centre Screen.
Cara-Louise Wicks lately toured France in "A Plan Of Action" (playing Tabitha Shaw) for Quorum Theatre and subsequently toured with, Huddersfield based, Theatre And.