Who are We?
We are professional actors, with a breadth of experience in stage and screen and also work regularly at drama schools around the country. Please contact us on email@example.com if you have any questions or for a full CV.
Gillian trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. She graduated early to play a leading role in the first two series of BBC One’s RIPPER STREET and has since worked consistently across theatre and television. She made her stage debut in the original production of Jez Butterworth’s THE RIVER at the Royal Court Theatre, and has featured in many high profile theatre productions across the UK including The Libertine, Othello, The Rubenstein Kiss, Anna Karenina and City Stories. On screen she has played a recurring role in Channel 4’s BAFTA winning MISFITS, guest starred in ITV’s ENDEAVOUR, Fox’s HOUDINI AND DOYLE, amongst others. She also works as a jazz singer, and played the role of Mandy Rice Davies in STEPHEN WARD at the Sydmonton Festival under the direction of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Sir Richard Eyre.
Gillian has both American and British citizenship, and can advise on projects on both sides of the pond.
(Photo credit: Faye Thomas 2017)
Lewis is an actor with a wealth of experience, particularly with classical text. With the first few years of his career seeing exciting national and international tours with Ed Hall's world renowned PROPELLER THEATRE COMPANY in The Taming of the Shrew, Twelth Night, A Midsummer Night's Dream and A Comedy of Errors. On stage he has also had roles in the smash hit DUNSINANE with the ROYAL SHAKESPEARE COMPANY and the NATIONAL THEATRE SCOTLAND, played Tesman in HEDDA GABLER at the Lyceum, MARY QUEEN OF SCOTTS GOT HER HEAD CHOPPED OFF at the Lyceum and Dundee Rep and Cornelius at the Finborough. He played the starring role in THIS MUCH with Moving Dust; a hit show in Edinburgh, later making a London transfer to the Soho Theatre.
Lewis is also an experienced teacher and director at drama schools around the UK including the BA course at Italia Conti and the Fourth Monkey Theatre Company.
(Photo credit Brandon Bishop 2016)