Robin Holden (Los Feliz)
Robin studied at the Academy of Live & Recorded Arts and at Cambridge
University. His previous theatre roles include:
Charles Makin in The
Hatpin, King Philip in Don Carlos, Macbeth in
Macbeth, Marc Antony in Julius Caesar and Iago in Othello,
all at the Blue Elephant Theatre;
Ferdinand in The Duchess of Malfi (above) and the title role in Hamlet
(below) at the Greenwich Playhouse,
Angel Clare in Tess of the D'Urbervilles and
Razumikhin / Zvidrigailov in Crime & Punishment at the Barons Court Theatre.
He was nominated for Best Actor at the 2011 Off West End
Awards for Dr Jekyll/Mr Hyde in The
Scandalous Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde at the Union & Tabard Theatres.
Robin also premiered Los Feliz at the Solo Festival 2012 (Lord Stanley).
His screen credits include Martin in Rep 5091 (TBNS Films), Andy in Charlotte
Holmes (Dimensions Film), John Robin in Goltho (Holden Kemble Co.) and the
lead in Rodeo Clown (Holden Kemble Co.), which won the Filmaka
International Short film Competition.
He has also recorded voice overs for last year's production of The Poetry
& The Pity (Shadow Road), and the radio advert campaign for The Animal
Robin Holden: From Kings to California
John Vernon (Ben and Joe's)
John's theatre credits include the title role in Macbeth, Laertes in Hamlet, Mr Martin in The Bald Prima-Donna, Richard Cole in In Broad Daylight, Conrad in Orion and the Great Bear, Hippo in The Fall,
Shelley in Liz Lochhead's Blood and Ice
in the Battersea Arts, Finborough, Rose, Tricycle and Young Vic Studio Theatres in London and Traverse in Edinburgh.
His extensive television work includes Call the Midwife, East Enders, Heartbeat, The Bill, Doctors, The Knock and Florrie's Dragons, as well as documentary dramas and series such as 9/11: Voices from the Air and Longford and
I Shouldn't Be Alive.
John has a considerable track record in animation and voiceover as well as parts in North American and European films - such as the English voice of Tachibana in the dubbed version of Millenium Actress. He has also appeared as a stand-up comedian in many venues, including the Tunnel Club, Hackney Cabaret
and Chuckle Club.
John's acting profile
John's IMDB profile
John Vernon: Don't Shoot The Actor
Carolyn Lyster (Sunset)
Carolyn's theatre credits include: West End appearances as Barbara in Run For Your Wife
at the Duchess, Mary in Caught In The Net at the Vaudeville, Jane in It
Runs In The Family at the Playhouse, Susan in No Sex Please We're
British at the Strand and Polly in The Bandwagon at the Mermaid.
has worked extensively in the theatre and on tour all over the UK, at
Manchester, Birmingham, Coventry, Basingstoke, Hornchurch, Southwold,
Oxford, Cheltenham, Bromley, Windsor and most recently at the Southwark
Playhouse, playing such roles as Mrs Kirby in You Can't Take It With You (Southwark: pictured below), Phoebe in The Entertainer, (Hornchurch)
Dotty in Noises Off, (Southwold: pictured)
Blanche in Brighton Beach Memoirs and
Getrude in Hamlet (both at Basingstoke) She was also lucky enough to do nine
Derek Nimmo British Playhouse tours of the Middle and Far East and has
worked with and for Ray Cooney several times in the West End and
on P&O cruises, going to such diverse places as Antarctica, South
America, Australia and the Falkland Islands.
On television Carolyn has played leads in Casualty, Doctors, Heartbeat, The
Bill, London's Burning, Coronation Street, Crossroads and most recently in
Without You for the BBC. Her latest commercial was a big campaign for Dulux.
Carolyn Lyster: From Crossroads to California