Andy Rush graduated from Birmingham School of Speech and Drama in 2010, on graduation he was nominated for the U.K. nationwide Spotlight Prize. Andy has since been seen on television in Russell T. Davies' WIZARDS vs ALIENS for the BBC amongst others and on stage in THE KITCHEN SINK (Bush Theatre), HELLO/GOODBYE (Hampstead Theatre), ANNA KARENINA (ARCOLA THEATRE) and JUMPERS FOR GOALPOSTS (Paines Plough). He will shortly be seen in ITV's Tommy Cooper biopic, TOMMY, alongside David Threlfall. HERE AND NOW is his feature debut.

Lauren Johns graduated from the Oxford School of Drama in 2010. She featured in Richard Curtis' ABOUT TIME, she has just completed work on HONEYTRAP and is about to start work on Adrian Vitoria's BLISS! On television, Lauren has been in HOLBY CITY for the BBC and on stage in CONQUESTS OF THE SOUTH POLE (Arcola Theatre). HERE AND NOW is Lauren's feature lead debut.

Susan Lynch has been seen in many award winning films; ENDURING LOVE, WAKING NED, ELIZABETH: THE GOLDEN AGE and SECRET OF ROAN INISH amongst others. She is a stalwart at the BBC, recently having starred in THE SECRET OF CRICKLEY HALL, GREAT EXPECTATIONS and THE SECRET DIARIES OF ANNE LISTER. Theatre credits include THE MASTER AND MARGARITA (Complicite), THE BEAUTY QUEEN OF LEENANE (Young Vic), DANCING AT LUGHNASA (Old Vic) and LAST DAYS OF JUDAS ISCARIOT (Almeida).

William Nadylam is one of France's best-known theatre actors and has been in renowned theatre director Peter Brook's company for over 15 years, starring and collaborating in some of Brook's most seminal productions; THE SUIT and the title role in HAMLET amongst others. William has also worked with Declan Donnellan, Oliver Py and Alain Knapp. In film he has been seen in amongst others, LA GUERRE DES SAINTES, L'ABSENCE and starred in Claire Denis' WHITE MATERIAL, which was nominated for the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival.

Claire Coaché is an actor and theatre-maker trained at Ecole Jacques Lecoq, Paris. As a co-founder of RedCape Theatre, Claire co-created and performed the Fringe First and Total Theatre award winning play THE IDIOT COLONY and directed FROM NEWBURY WITH LOVE at the Newbury Corn Exchange. Claire was a finalist for the 2008 Samuel Beckett Award and won 2010 Prague Festival Creative Award with Limbik Theatre's THE HARBOUR. Claire and writer/director Lisle Turner have previously collaborated on several short-film projects and numerous theatre productions.


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