Trained at RADA.
THEATRE includes: Billy Bishop Goes to War (Jermyn St Theatre, Southwark Playhouse), Coriolanus, King Lear, As You Like It, Antony and Cleopatra, Little Eagles, The Drunks (Royal Shakespeare Company: Stratford, Barbican, New York); Cat On A Hot Tin Roof (Manchester Royal Exchange); All My Sons (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); Sweet Bird of Youth (Old Vic Theatre Company); Events While Guarding the Bofors Gun (Finborough Theatre); Othello (Frantic Assembly Lyric Hammersmith, Ian Charleson nomination); Taming of the Shrew (Wilton’s Music Hall); Midnight Cowboy (Assembly Rooms Edinburgh); Paradise Lost (Headlong); Hair (Gate Theatre); London Assurance (Manchester Royal Exchange), Oliver! (Hirschfield Productions).
FILM includes: Red Sandra, Happy Death Day 2U, Summertime, Happy Death Day, The Girl on the Train.
TELEVISION includes: Extinction, I Hate Suzie, The Alienist: Angel of Darkness, The Knick, Frontier, Sleepy Hollow, Madame Secretary, Foyle’s War, Gunpowder 5/11, The Lady Vanishes, Bonkers.
Philip trained at RADA
THEATRE includes: Copenhagen (Theatre Royal Bath) Henry IV Parts 1 & 2, Henry V, Henry VI Parts 1, 2 & 3, Richard III (all Globe Theatre), Oslo, Salome, As You Like It, The Holy Rosenbergs, Blood and Gifts, England People Very Nice (National Theatre), The Hunting Lodge, Fourth Wise Man (Unicorn Theatre), Henry V (Regents Park Theatre), Living Newspaper, Who Cares (Royal Court), Catch 22 (Northern Stage), Facts (Finborough Theatre), 66 Books (Bush Theatre), Light Shining in Buckinghamshire, Silver Birch House (Arcola Theatre), Rope (Almeida)
TELEVISION includes: Domina, Forgiving Earth, Foreign Skies, Sanctuary, L’Ispettore Coliandro, Patrick Melrose, Kiss Me First, The State, The White Princess, Spotless, Ripper Street, The Honourable Woman, Game of Thrones, Da Vinci’s Demons, 10 Days to War and House of Saddam.
FILM includes: The Last Planet, Anchor and Hope, The Danish Girl, Inferno, Hyena, Exodus, Monsters: Dark Continent, Red II, Sarki Soyleyen Kadinlar, Born of War, Interview with a Hitman and Happy-Go-Lucky.
RADIO includes: The Rival, The Voyage of St Louis, Stillicide, Miriam and Youssef, Fall of the Shah, Gorsky / Book at Bedtime, Farran At Bay, Reluctant Spy, Book of the Week.
LISA CARUCCIO CAME
Lisa trained at Tisch School of The Arts, New York University.
THEATRE includes: The Vote (Nimax Theatres); Julius Caesar (Sheffield Crucible); Archipelago (Poole Lighthouse Theatre); The Motherf**ker with the Hat, Rocket To The Moon (National Theatre); The Fever Chart (Trafalgar Studios & York Theatre Royal); Dream of Perfect Sleep, Saturn Returns, Nothing is the End of the World (Finborough Theatre); A Thousand Miles of History (Bussey Building); The Six Wives of Timothy Leary (Riverside Studios & Pleasance Dome); The Woodsman (Old Red Lion); Camel Station (Theatre Museum & tour). New York credits include: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Winter’s Tale (Lion Theater on Theater Row); The Tempest (Looking Glass Theater).
TELEVISION includes: Living the Dream; Tina and Bobby; Obsession.
FILM includes: Mars 1001; The Wasteland.
RADIO includes: The Clintons, The Hammam Bride, Seeing in the Dark.
Lisa works extensively as a voice over artist. She recently narrated documentary series Searching for Secrets for Smithsonian. Games include Star Wars: Battlefront II; Sea of Thieves; The Division; Wildlands; Someday You’ll Return; The Crew2; Control; The Deep.
Phil Trained at RADA
THEATRE includes: Reasons to Stay Alive (ETT); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Sheffield Crucible); Table (New Vic Theatre); Breaking The Code (The Royal Exchange); Henry V (Regents Park); Mrs. Affleck (National Theatre); Henry IV Part I, Henry IV Part II, Bedlam (Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre); The Changeling (Cheek by Jowl); The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas (Chichester and tour); Dear Uncle, Neighbourhood Watch (Stephen Joseph Theatre & 59E59 Street Theatre, NY); Blue Remembered Hills (Northern Stage); Variation on a Theme, Events While Guarding the Bofors Gun (Finborough Theatre); The Cardinal (Southwark Playhouse); All My Sons (Leicester Curve); Far From The Madding Crowd (ETT); Macbeth (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Knives In Hens, Tartuffe (Arcola); Piranha Heights (Old Red Lion); Strawberry Fields (Pentabus); If I Were You (Manchester Library Theatre); The Tempest, St. Joan (AandBC Productions, US Tour); As You Like It (Northcott).
TELEVISON includes: Harlots; Dark Angel; Crimson Fields; New Worlds; Silent Witness; Inspector Lynley; Inside the Titanic; Coronation Street; Hollyoaks.
FILM includes: 1917; John Carter.
THEATRE includes: The Watsons (Menier/Chichester Festival Theatre); Jane Eyre (National Theatre and UK Tour); Losing Venice (Orange Tree Theatre); French Without Tears (ETT/Orange Tree); Richard II (Arcola); Jane Wenham The Witch of Walkern (Out of Joint); Regeneration (Royal & Derngate/ UK tour); Moon Tiger (Theatre Royal Bath); The Woman in Black (West End); You Can Still Make A Killing (Southwark Playhouse); Persuasion (Salisbury Playhouse); Translations (Abbey Theatre, Dublin); Hamlet (Sheffield Crucible); The History Boys (NT/West End); The Old Country (ETT/West End); Vincent in Brixton (Salisbury Playhouse/UK tour); All’s Well That Ends Well (RSC/West End); Loot (Theatre Royal York).
TELEVISION includes: Patriot; Humans; Casanova; Peaky Blinders; Poldark; Black Mirror; Midsomer Murders; Foyle’s War; Eastenders; Doctors; Four Seasons; To The Ends Of The Earth; Love and Hate Crime; Silent Witness.
FILM includes: Benediction; The Vanishing Time; The Huntsman: Winter’s War
Mariah trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
THEATRE includes: Juliet, Ophelia, Miranda, Portia, Celia, The Princess of France, Elaine of Astolat in Morte D’Arthur and Wendy Darling in Wendy and Peter for the RSC, Hero and Isabella at Shakespeare’s Globe, Viola at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, Olga Three Sisters at the Young Vic, Sonia in Afterplay at The Coronet, Jane in Eden at Hampstead Theatre, Maggie in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof at The Manchester Royal Exchange, Catherine in Proof at the Menier Chocolate Factory, Kayleen in Gruesome Playground Injuries at The Gate, Hayley in Pitchfork Disney and Klara in Musik at The Arcola, Rose in The Sea at Theatre Royal Haymarket, Ella/Taylor in Vernon God Little at the Young Vic, Anabella in ’Tis Pity She’s A Whore at the Southwark Playhouse, Rowan in The Lost Child at Chichester festival Theatre and Emily in Stealing Sweets and Punching People at The Latchmere.
TELEVISION includes: I May Destroy You, Broadchurch, Dr Who, Death Comes To Pemberley, New Tricks, Grantchester, Father Brown, Lucky Man, The Hollow Crown, Skins, The Diary Of Anne Frank and Oliver Twist.
FILM includes: Hamlet, Rare beasts, Abraham’s Point and Hercules 3D.
Extensive RADIO work includes Brian Guilliver’s Travels, seasons I and II.
THEATRE includes: Roundelay and Stalking the Bogeyman (Southwark Playhouse), A View From the Bridge (West End and Theatre Clywd), Six Degrees of Separation (Old Vic), Meeting Bea (The Old Laundry Theatre), and the title role in King Lear (UK and Asia tour).
FILM includes: The Wife, Woman In Gold,The Fifth Estate, A Bunch Of Amateurs, Where the Truth Lies, United 93 and Goodfellas.
TELEVISION includes: The Crown, Hamilton, Strangers, Doctors, Emmerdale, New Tricks, Crossing Lines, The Misfits and Law and Order.
Ian has had an extensive career. A regular of the RSC, NT, OUT OF JOINT.
Rhys trained at Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
THEATRE includes: Olivier award nominated Our Class, Greenland (National Theatre); Peter in Wendy and Peter (RSC); Eurydice (Young Vic) Persians, Mametz (National Theatre Wales) Mephisto (The Gate) The Rivals (Bristol Old Vic/Citizens theatre Glasgow) Not Now Bernard, Henry V, Hannah (Unicorn Theatre) Knives in Hens (Perth Theatre) A Midsummer Nights Dream (Filter Theatre/Manchester Royal exchange/Lyric Hammersmith)
TELEVISION AND FILM credits include Sherlock, Zero Dark Thirty, Burn Burn Burn, Dirt Ash Meat, Hunky Dory and Merlin.
Rebecca trained at RADA.
THEATRE includes: Ravens: Spassky vs. Fischer (Hampstead Theatre); Steel (Sheffield Crucible); The Suicide (National Theatre); What Shadows (Birmingham Rep); Midsummer Night’s Dream (Filter Theatre); One Monkey Don’t Stop No Show (Tricycle Theatre); Charged (Clean Break) Dream Story, (The Gate Theatre Notting Hill); Detaining Justice (Tricycle Theatre); Danton’s Death (National Theatre).
TELEVISION includes: Before We Die, Grace, Alex Rider, Flack, Scarborough, Death in Paradise, Eastenders (series regular), Very Few Fish, Casualty, Holby and Doctors.
Rebecca is an associate artist for the Actors for Human Rights project at Ice and Fire theatre company and the chair of the Brixton Housing Cooperative.