Oliver's acting career started, 10 years old, when he found himself auditioning, and securing a role in Ken Russell's feature film ‘Prisoner of Honour' starring Richard Dreyfuss and Oliver Reed. A two day shoot with the Hollywood A-listers cemented Oliver's passion for the industry, and launched him into an education surrounding the performing arts. Gaining an HND and a BA Honours degree in his chosen field.
He has gained roles in hit BBC programmes such as ‘Silent Witness' working for Director Richard Signy (current director of ‘The Bill') on several projects. Channel 4's ‘Mosley' starring Jonathan Cake, Adverts for ‘Gamestation', worked on countless short independent films, and appeared in fringe theatre musicals, such as ‘A House in the Country', ‘Cabaret' and ‘Chamber of Imagination'.
Rachel attended the Royal Northern College of Music where she studied opera before going on to drama school at The Guildford School of Acting. She was a member of The National Youth Music Theatre and National Youth Choir of Great Britain where she performed in various shows, concerts and tours throughout the world. Rachel has also modelled for numerous fashion campaigns and advertisements.
Since graduating Rachel’s film, television and theatre credits include: The Green Green Grass (Shazam Productions), Eastenders (BBC), The Royal (YTV), Eve (LFS), Norman J. Warren presents: Horror Show (Film4 Frightfest), The Half Hour Half Hour Show (MDV Productions) Moon Landing, (Derby Playhouse), Parade, (Guidecca Productions, Edinburgh).
Hiram is a rising talent on the British screen.
Starting in short films such as Fifth Circle , Fate And The Fedora Hat and Test Of Faith he has graduated to, as he describes it, 'the promised land' of feature films. Hiram secured the role of Manny in the acclaimed film The Zombie Diaries by blowing away directors Mike Bartlett and Kevin Gates at the audition, to the point at which they wrote the role specifically for him. The Zombie Diaries was released in the UK in August 2007 by Revolver Entertainment, going on to tour prestigious festivals such as FrightFest, Sitges, Austin & Little Rock . Consequently The Weinstein Company will be releasing The Zombie Diaries in North America this summer.
Realising the potential to expand his range and 'have fun' with the character of Ed in Gnaw, Hiram dedicated himself to the audition process and subsequently the filming of Gnaw. His performance exemplifies this. The producers expanded the character to take advantage of what Hiram was bringing to Ed.
Carrie Cohen started acting at the age of 14 at the Renegades Theatre Company in Ilford and then trained at Guildhall and Trent Park.She has played the lead in various roles in the UK at both off-Westend (King's Head, Royal Court , Jermyn Theatre) and Rep Theatres (The Mill, Birmingham Stage, Bridewell & Latchmere). Her Film and TV credits include Mrs Nelson – the ghastly mother-in-law in "Hellbreeder", the ditsy mother of the groom in “Road” and the manic shoe-saleswoman in "My Brilliant Career”.
Her distinctive voice has been used in a number of films and on radio including the voice of Princess Margaret in "Brief Lives".
See extracts of Carrie’s work at www.CarrieCohen.co.uk