Daniel Watson is known for 'Ruth the Musical' (2019) and 'Hospital People' (2017)
Toyah has successfully combined acting and singing for 40 years to critical acclaim. The Telegraph called her "absolutely brilliant!" in her film role as Barbara in Steve Oram's 'Aaaaaaaah!' (2015). Toyah has always balanced her acting/TV work with a career as a rock singer. The band called 'Toyah' were very successful, particularly in the UK, in the early 1980s.
Bill has been seen on television many times, most recently in 'Vera' with Brenda Blethyn, the hugely popular drama 'Broadchurch' with Olivia Colman and in the multi award-winning 'Downton Abbey' opposite Phyllis Logan - as well as starring in Alan Bleasdale's 'Monicled Mutineer' with Paul McGann and Hallmark's 'Blackbeard'.
Jacob's television work includes playing Isaac Hedley in ITV's 'Dark Angel' alongside 'Golden Globe' winning actress Joanne Froggatt. He also had a spell in 'Coronation Street'. At the end of last year he was part of RTS winning programme 'A Very Uncommon Christmas', and starred in '13 Graves', available on Sky and Amazon Prime.
Katie is an actress and writer, known for 'K-12' (2019), 'Together' (2018) and 'Genie in the House' (2006).
Rachel Warren is an actress and producer, known for 'Rise of the Footsoldier Origins: The Tony Tucker Story' (2019) and 'Tribal Get Out Alive' (2020).
Jonathan is an award winning actor, writer and comedian, whose movie 'Axed' in which he starred was picked up by Lionsgate, EOne and Fangoria and was sold to over 35 territories worldwide. In 2011 he was nominated for Best Actor at London's Off West End Awards and as a comedian was a finalist in the Hackney Empire New Act Of The Year in 2004 and 2007.
Debra Stephenson is an actress, known for 'Bad Girls'(1999), 'Coronation Street' (2006) and 'The Impressions Show with Culshaw and Stephenson' (2009).
Bruce Payne is a much-loved and respected talent recognised around the world. Known in the Industry as the consummate professional. He originally trained at RADA where he was awarded the Edmund Gray Award for High Comedy. He went on to refine his craft on stage and in feature films such as, 'Privates on Parade' with John Cleese, 'Oxford Blues' with Rob Lowe, 'Absolute Beginners' alongside Sade and David Bowie and erstwhile collaborator Steven Berkoff.
The movie, 'Give Them Wings' was developed from the book of the same title, written by Paul Hodgson. The movie script was a collaborative work involving Paul Hodgson, Sean Cronin and Tony Waddington.
Sean Cronin has developed his craft both in acting and film making and is well as being an eclectic and talented film-maker he is fast becoming one of the most convincing and sinister 'adversary's in modern day cinema. He directed this heart rending semi-biopic life story of disabled Paul Hodgson in 'Give The Wings'.
Sean's next and most prolific directorial exploit is 'Michael - The Michael Watson Story' under the name of his own production company 'Magnificent Films'.