Luke Bailey: Luke plays Lenny in InSecurity and is a British actor /writer best known for playing Sam Bateman in Casualty and Marley Kelly in Waterloo Road. As well as writing an episode of InSecurity Luke has been writing projects for The Lowry Theatre Salford Quays and The Bolton Octagon as well as being a member of the BBC Northern Writers Group.
Roberta Kerr: Roberta plays Julie and TV credits include regulars Jan Glover in Emmerdale, Wendy Crozier in Coronation St, Sally Haynes in Brookside and roles in Silk, Hollyoaks, Doctors, Heartbeat, Eastenders, Seeing Red, Casualty, Medics. Film credits include: Nature of the Beast and radio credits include Mo Travis in The Archers and Radio 4 series Cottonopolis. Roberta is currently rehearsing the premiere of The Lovesong of Alfred J Hitchcock by David Rudkin, which opens at Leicester Curve prior to a National tour. Other favourite theatre work includes Alan Bennet’s A Cream Cracker under the Settee – New Vic, Hard Times and A Doll’s House – Manchester; Deathtrap, Blithe Spirit, Quartet – Oldham; Humble Boy, Be My Baby, Bed of Lentils, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Stevie and Intimate Exchanges – Lancaster; Can’t Pay? Won’t Pay!, The Elephant Man, Oliver Twist, Man for All Seasons, Midsummer Night’s Dream – Victoria Stoke; Mother Courage, King Lear – Leicester.
Gary Damer: Gary plays Lamb and has been acting since he was 7 years old. He joined David Johnson’s acting classes in Manchester and even from that early age knew that acting and performing was what he wanted to do. He landed his first big break at the age of 11 in the smash hit film East is East playing the role of ‘Earnest Moorhouse’ Since then Gary has gone on to appear in many other TV programmes such as City Central, League of Gentlemen and the BBC Drama Magnificent 7. Gary also did a two year stint in Coronation Street as ‘Wayne Hayes’ whom Roy and Hayley tried to adopt. Gary can now be seen as ‘Lenny Lemon’ on the popular CBBC show Hotel Trubble.
Peter Slater: Peter plays Fisher and is a comic actor and writer with many TV and theatre credits to his name. He’s appeared as a regular character in 3 series of ‘Ideal’ with Johnny Vegas. Also with Peter Kay in ‘Phoenix Nights’ series (1+2), ‘Saxondale’ (series 2) with Steve Coogan and more recently in an episode of ‘Moving On’ with Jason Manford. His own comedy creations include ‘Slaterwood’ (Channel 4 comedy lab and RTS best comedy show nominee) and ‘Mike Adams Academy’ (Paramount comedy, now Comedy Central). His short film ‘The misadventures of Randolph Tempest’ won the 2012 audience vote at Cofilmic. He’ll be appearing in the spoof horror anthology ‘The House that stank of Death!’ at the Salford Lowry on the 25th October 2013, a show that he’s helped to write and create also. Peter is represented by VM talent. Enquires: firstname.lastname@example.org
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