The lead in Gurinder Chadha's feature IT’S A WONDERFUL AFTERLIFE, AMAR AKBAR AND TONY (Netflix), SEX AND THE CITY 2 (Warner Brothers), MY OWN COUNTRY Directed by Mira Nair, BELOVED (opening night film-CANNES), RED RIVER (CANNES/award winner), and the Bollywood feature LONDON DREAMS.
TV credits include:
ITV’s BEECHAM HOUSE, the lead in ITV’s THE TOWN (opposite Martin Clunes and Andrew Scott), EASTENDERS, HOLBY CITY, THE BILL, SILENT WITNESS, DOCTORS, US Sci Fi Series WAREHOUSE 13, and IN A HEARTBEAT (Disney).
Theatre credits include:
THE GAME OF LOVE AND CHAI (written by Nigel Planer), PINK SARI REVOLUTION (English Touring Theatre), THE DISHONOURED (Kali), HAPPY BIRTHDAY SUNITA/COMING UP (Watford Palace Theatre), HANDFUL OF HENNA (Sheffield Crucible), BLOOD WEDDING, ROMEO AND JULIET/THE VAGINA MONOLOGUES, MAHABHARATA (Toronto).
Sharon Facinelli has appeared in many films, theatre and musical productions. Her recent roles include Mrs F in ‘The Duke’ directed by BAFTA Award Winner Roger Michell (Notting Hill/My Cousin Rachel) Ruby in Non-Bio, directed by Emmy Award Winner Simon Smith (National Treasure/Chernobyl) debuted in Barbican London which will be appearing in Brighton Fringe this spring.
Originally mentored by Val McLane (Auf Weidersehen Pet/Catherine Cookson) and Kath McCreery (Red Ladder Theatre) she went on to work internationally with Max Raniere a former member of Grotowski’s Poor Theatre and founder of T.A.M. She regularly performs in theatres as part of the Director’s Cut Theatre Company. Sharon is represented by Katherine Stonehouse Management.
Since graduating from the BA Acting course at Mountview, film work includes: Ally in Hope in a Box (Mark Kermode’s 'Best of the Fest’ award at the Isle of Man film festival) directed by Mick Dow.
Stage work includes: Beatrix Potter at The Old Laundry Theatre in Where is Peter Rabbit?, Beti in the English language world premier of Darwin’s Tortoise at the new Cervantes Theatre, Banquo in 'Macbeth' at The New Wimbledon Studio with Arrows and Traps Theatre Company, Juliet and Benvolio in Romeo and Juliet for The Young Shakespeare Company, Young Woman in Knives in Hens directed by Paula Paz.
Clifford J Hume
Clifford has been in show-business for over three decades! He is an actor, writer, director, and voice-over. In that time he has appeared in everything from stage dramas, musicals and pantomimes, through to comedy plays and stand up. His most acclaimed roles include, the patriarchal Big Daddy in Tennessee William’s Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, for the award winning Big Splash Theatre Company, Sir Winston Churchill, in both Farewell Winston and The Public Interest, and as John Tarleton in George Bernard Shaw’s Misalliance.
His most acclaimed film was Chance by Jake Graf that was one of the first films shown as part of the Five Films For Freedom as part of the Flare Festival. It was shown online and shared over 45 million views in just 10 days.
Sacha studied at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts on the BA acting. After graduating credits include Nicholas Nickleby at The Space, and Israel in Egypt at Bath House. Sacha, a true maverick in the business, has gone underground developing his own show “On The Mandel Piece”.
Sacha is currently hoping to release his first series “If you Musk”. A collection comedy sketches all about tech entrepreneur Elon Musk. Coming out later this year.
Taryn Kay trained at Laine Theatre Arts. TV credits include: Shelley in 'A TOUCH OF FROST', Mrs. Dunlop in 'That's English' for Spanish TV. Ruth Leyton (Bob Hoskins' wife) in PARTING SHOTS directed by Michael Winner. Heather in the feature film CROOKED FRAMES and Caroline in THE SOUTH AFRICAN SPOOK HUNTER. Cast as The Lift Girl in 'Are You Being Served' (BBC) for the final 26 episodes where Taryn performed The Highland Fling with John Inman, portrayed an older Stacey Solomon talking head in NEVER MIND THE BUZZCOCKS. On Crime and Investigation TV she played the lead in a true-life drama documentary titled '50 WAYS TO KILL YOUR LOVER'.
Emelie Sarrami is a UK child actor. She has appeared in Film, Commercial, Documentary, Stage, and Modelled for online campaigns. Among her work Emelie has appeared in comedy and horror genres. She is currently looking forward to her upcoming role of Child Presenter on a children's TV program.
Emelie's main hobbies include learning to play the violin and piano, and also performing Ballet at a professional level in Churchil Theatre, London with the award-willing ballet school Skylark