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Alison Lenihan is a Welsh actress represented by Regan Management. She regularly works in theatre, television and film.


Recent Television work includes BBC Wales documentary 'I thought my child would be safe'; Alis in 'Tin Dancing Shoes'.


Stage roles include Queen Elizabeth; Lady Macbeth; She recently worked with London feminist company GAGGLE on Yap! Yap! Yap! in the Troublemakers Festival. Film work includes The Cleansing, Valley of the Witch, The Wedding Car


Alison has a BA Hons degree in English and Film.  She is an animal lover and a vegetarian. 


Rob Stradling took a 35-year sabbatical from the stage after 1974's sell-out “Primary School Nativity Play”.

 His 'comeback tour' has included roles in “Confusions” by Alan Ayckbourn, Edgar Allen Poe's “The Tell-Tale Heart”, Dickens' “A Christmas Carol”, and J.B. Priestley's “An Inspector Calls”; multiple Shakespearean roles including Jaques in “As You Like It” and Brutus in “Julius Ceasar”; Creon in “Antigone” by Sophocles; and real-life war reporter Paul Watson in Dan O'Brien's “Body of an American”.


He is currently shooting a short thriller “The Package”, and reports that it is shooting right back at him.


Kerry William Mills studied acting at Gower College and Trinity St David earning his B.A. Honours.


He's worked extensively in theatre appearing in such classical productions as 'Romeo and Juliet', 'Julius Caesar', 'Antigone', 'Othello', 'As You Like It', 'Macbeth', 'The Wind in the Willows' and many more. He has also worked on a number of television programs which include 'Crimewatch', 'Wolf Hall', 'Da Vinci's Demons', 'Casualty' and  the upcoming series 'Will'. He received critical acclaim for his role as the insect eating maniac Renfield in 'Dracula' and was also highly praised as Elwyn Jefferies in 'Strike for a Kingdom'.

He also acts as referee for Welsh Wrestling and has refereed matches all over Wales and England.   

Alyson Jones
Mollie Pritchard
Anya Trudgian
Tom Pritchard
Charlie Lucas
Nell Roberts
Christopher Evans
Janet Parry
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