Meet the Virtual Collaborators

A brilliant team of creatives from all sorts of backgrounds and disciples.

Myriam Acharki, Director: Paddy, Actor: Woman in Isolation  
Myriam was born in Brussels where she trained first in Artistic Humanities then at L’Insas (director course) for a year prior to arriving in London to study with Philippe Gaulier (Lecoq school)Recent credits include Out of Sorts (Theatre503), Returning to Haifa (Finborough), and Sex Education (Netflix).  
Joseph Adelakun; Actor: A Birthday Wish
Joseph’s theatre credits include: The Winter’s Tale, Comedy Of Errors (National Theatre), Julius Caesar, Antony and Cleopatra, Titus Andronicus (RSC), What The Thunder Said (Theatre Centre), Boi Boi Is Dead (West Yorkshire Playhouse, Watford Palace Theatre). Screen credits include: Pokémon: Detective Pikachu (Legendary Entertainment), The Mime, Love Bitten (Dan Allen Films) Twitter: @Josephadelakun
  Gethin Alderman, Director: After The Tone  
Gethin is an actor and comedian from South Wales.  He has directed various short works for stage, including White Light (West Avenue/Waterloo East Theatre), as well as his own sketches and shorts.  Acting Credits include: Mold Riots (Theatr Clwyd), Seagulls (Volcano Theatre) and Incident at Vichy (Finborough Theatre).  
Joe Allen, Actor: Paddy  
Joe’s theatre credits include: Ensemble/U/S Mr Mushnik in Little Shop Of Horrors (Regents Park Open Air), Stephano in The Rover (RSC Stratford), Jimmy in The Seven Acts of Mercy (RSC), Mars in The 2 Noble Kinsmen (RSC), Mr Gloop/Oompa Loompa/U/S Augustus in Charlie & The Chocolate Factory (World Premiere Theatre Royal, Drury Lane). Film credits include: Greek Fisherman in Mamma Mia: Here I Go Again, Pete in Blood Means Nothing, Pete the Stonerin Second Coming.    
Sibylla Archdale Kalid, Director: Winners; Untiled
Sibylla graduated from LAMDA’s MA in Directing in 2018, and focuses primarily on new writing and devised theatre. Upcoming work includes Graham Is Not Cooperating by William Irven and Katie Berglof. Recent work includes Cold Feet and Bacon Sandwiches by Kiran Binawra, produced by Hampstead Theatre/The Monobox. Twitter: @SibyllaA_K  
Ajjaz Awad, Writer: Ms Evans
Ajjaz Awad trained as an actor at RADA and ALRA, where she was awarded The Laurence Olivier Award Bursary. Recent theatre credits: Zorro: The Musical (Hope Mill Theatre), How Not To Drown (Traverse Theatre) & Another Star to Steer by (Brighton Dome). TV/Radio includes: Holby City (BBC) and Doctor Who (Big Finish Productions). Having just completed Tamasha’s Playwrights Group and The Royal Court’s Playwrights Group, she had her first scratch of a play at The Soho Theatre: Mixed Feelings.        
Atri Banerjee, Director: Mee…m; Your First Ever MakeUp Tutorial
Atri is a director based in London, previously Trainee Director at the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester. He recently directed Hobson’s Choice at the Exchange, for which he won The Stage Debut Award 2019 for Best Director. He was due to direct The Glass Menagerie at the Exchange this summer.  
Milli Bhatia, Director: Yash Gill’s Power Half Hour
Milli is a Theatre Director and Dramaturg. She is a Literary Associate, and former Trainee Director at The Royal Court Theatre. She was Associate Artist at The Bush Theatre, Resident Assistant Director at Birmingham Rep and Creative Associate at The Gate Theatre. Her directorial work includes the multi award winning Seven Methods of Killing Kylie Jenner (Royal Court), Dismantle This Room (Bush/Royal Court), My White Best Friend and other letters left unsaid (Bunker), and The Hijabi Monologues (Bush).  
Nalan Burgess, Performer: Your First Ever Makeup Tutorial; Writer: Good Connection
Nalân Burgess was in rehearsals for Welcome To Iran at Stratford East/The National when lockdown hit. She was recently in Out of Sorts at Theatre503 and Where We Are: The Mosque at The Arcola. She played the female lead in BBC3 pilot, Rude Boys. Writing had been a secret hobby…
Spotlight: 9736-9083-2123 Twitter: Nalan_B  
Ben Caplan, Director: Director: Not An Ending; Actor: It Is Quiet Now
Ben Caplan is an actor and director. He has been working for over 20 years on Stage and Screen.  He has appeared in productions at the National Theatre, Royal Court, Hampstead and the West End and is currently working at the RSC. He screen credits include Call the Midwife, The Lost Honour of Christopher Jeffries, Maxwell and HBO’s Band of Brothers. He started Aslan Productions in 2002 and co-produced “Everything is Illuminated” (Hampstead Theatre) and has directed many plays and short films.
Hal Chambers, Director: Self-Disassembly; The People Under the Moon
Hal Chambers is a stage director, puppetry director and education facilitator based in south London. He has recently directed work for Stephen Joseph Theatre in Scarborough, York Theatre Royal, Rabble Theatre, Eastern Angles, Polka Theatre, RADA and Shakespeare’s Globe Education. He is currently working for the Royal Shakespeare Company on their 2020 season. 
Laura Clifford, Writer: Woman in Isolation; Video for Nanna Laura is a theatre director, writer, and dramaturg. Her recent credits include Entropy (Underbelly, Ed Fringe & White Bear Theatre) and The Monkey’s Paw (The Bread and Roses Theatre, where she was Associate Emerging Director in 2017). She previously assisted on Anahera at The Finborough Theatre and The Art of Gaman at Theatre503. She also works as a script reader and is currently reading for Theare503’s International Playwriting Award. undefined
Tom Crowhurst, Actor: Self Disassembly
Tom is an Actor and Poet from Swindon. He trained at the Oxford School of Drama and is also a Co-Founder of Wildcard Theatre Company.  Recent credits: The Wedding (Birmingham REP/Write Away) Earth Hour (Pleasance Theatre/LET Award 2019 finalist) Moths (Feature Film), Love by Numbers (Canal Cafe), White Lies (Malting Arts), Volpone (Cockpit), Afterparty (Union Theatre), The History of the Infinite (BBC R4) State of Fear (Southwark Playhouse) Spotlight: Twitter: @tomcrowhurst692/@WildcardTheatre      
Ryan Craig, Writer: Proof of Life
Ryan was writer-in-Residence at the National Theatre Studio 2012 and Writer in residence at BBC Radio Drama 2005. He won a fringe first for Broken Road 2005 and was nominated for Most Promising Playwright at the Evening Standard Awards for What We Did To Weinstein at the Menier Chocolate Factory.  
Brian Danielson, Writer: It Is Quiet Now
Brian Danielson is a playwright living outside of London.
Sian Davila, Writer: After the Tone
Sian is a writer and director. She trained as a writer with Soho Theatre Writers Lab, Almasi League and Royal Court playwriting group. Her work as a director includes Collected Stories and Artistic Directors of the Future’s Beyond the Canon events at RADA and East 15. As an Assistant Director her work includes Human Animals (Royal Court), Quiz (Noel Coward Theatre), King Lear (Chichester Festival Theatre) and Fiddler on the Roof (Chichester Festival Theatre). 
  Olivia Dodd, Actor: Good Connection?
Olivia Dodd is an actor, poet, and artist. She recently graduated from RCSSD on the BA Acting course. Originally, she is from New Hampshire, USA but now resides in London. Her Spotlight can be viewed here: 2852-0192-6474 Contact via her website here or follow her on Instagram: @olivia__dd  
Sacha Dhawan, Actor: Yash Gill’s Power Half Hour  
Sacha’s recent credits include ‘Doctor Who’ as The Master, and the highly anticipated ‘Dracula’ for Netflix/ BBC. He’s soon to be seen in The Great (Premieres on Hulu, May 15th), opposite Elle Fanning and Nicholas Hoult, penned by Oscar-Nominated Tony McNamara (The Favourite). Twitter/ Instagram: @sacha_dhawan    
Chris Edis, Writer: Self Disassembly
Chris was drawn to writing through his study of the classical world and a childhood filled wall-to-wall with theatre. Amidst his work teaching Latin, Maths and whatever else the iPad generation is learning these days, he thinks up neat ideas for stories. The latest involves warlords and popes; well, one of each.  
Beth Frieden, Actor, Untitled
Beth Frieden grew up in the USA but lives in Glasgow, where she is an actress, a poet, and a mum. She works in English and in Scottish Gaelic, on stage, and currently, recording voiceovers from her daughter’s closet. She is an Associate Artist at Theatre Gu Leòr.  
Ed Gaughan, Director: Ms Evans
Ed is a writer, actor, comedian, director and musician. A contributing writer and star of BAFTA nominated feature film ‘Skeletons’ Ed was nominated for The Peter Sellers Award for Comedy in 2011. He has directed many of the UK’s most loved comedians, including Milton Jones, Pappy’s, Josie Long and Spymonkey.  
Leah Gayer, Actor: Doing the Dishes
Leah trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts. Television includes: Bloodmoon (HBO), Dr Martin (ITV). Theatre includes: Macbeth (Chichester Festival Theatre), Alys Always (Bridge Theatre). The House of Bernada Alba , Something Unspoken, Leaves, 3 Winters (RADA). Leah is co-founder and artistic director of Compass Collective, a non profit social enterprise working with refugees and asylum seekers. Directing credits includes: Voices In The Dark (Globe), I Know Who I Am (Arcola).   
Mhairi Gayer, Actor: Doing the Dishes
Mhairi trained at Guildhall School of Music and Drama where she was awarded the Guildhall Gold Medal. Theatre includes: The Cherry Orchard, Colder Than Here, Paradise Lost (Guildhall), Me Myself I (Vaults), Annalisa (Rada Festival). Television includes: Bloodmoon (HBO). Mhairi is co-founder and artistic director of Compass Collective, a non profit social enterprise working with Refugees and Asylum Seekers. Directing credits include: We Walk Tall (Southwark Playhouse) Voices In The Dark (Globe), I Know Who I Am (Arcola).    
Elliot Hadley, Actor: Digital Detox
Elliot is an actor, presenter and voice artist. He recently finished the west end revival of Kevin Elyot’s ‘Coming Clean’ (Trafalgar Studios). Other credits – ‘Gangs of London’ (Sky/HBO), ‘Preston Passion’ (BBC), ‘Dark Matters’ (Discovery channel) and was the award winning ‘5 Guys Chillin’ (Soho Playhouse NYC)  Twitter @TheElliotHadley            
Ellie Hurt, Director: A Birthday Wish
Ellie is a Liverpool based director. Recent assistant directing credits include: National Theatre (Hamlet), Octagon Theatre (Treasure Island), Storyhouse (Twelfth Night), National Theatre (A Winter’s Tale) and Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse (Fiddler on the Roof). Directing credits include: The Collector, Hope Street Theatre; Murder Ballads, Liverpool’s Royal Court Studio, The Other Palace, and Edinburgh Festival Fringe; and Off the Ground Theatre’s Sinbad, a national tour. Ellie was a member of the Young Directors Programme at the Everyman, and undertook a placement as part of the Directors Programme at the Young Vic.
Hana Pascal Keegan, Writer/Director: Doing the Dishes, Director: Good Connection?
Hana staff directed All Of Us (National). She assisted Macbeth (Chichester Festival Theatre), Jellyfish (The Bush, National) and All My Sons (Old Vic).    Hana is a director, writer & dramaturg , familiar with disability, interdisciplinarity and intercultural education. Connect via, @hanapascal or  

Florence Keith-Roach, Writer: Me; Not An Ending
Florence is an actor, writer and director. She was selected for Channel Four Drama’s 2017 screenwriting programme  and she’s on the Brit List 2019 with her TV script Raging.  Her play, Straight Lines was a finalist for the 2019 Platform Presents Playwright’s Prize. Florence is one of two filmmakers to win a 2017 BFI Future Film and SAI for feature film development. She attended Torino Film Lab Extended 2019 with her feature Two Sisters. Her award-winning short film, A Family Affair (2019) is touring festivals.  Florence is about to appear in the Hulu TV show, The Great, written by Tony Mcnamara. 
Eva Kraljević, Editor: In The Mourning
Eva Kraljević is a multi-award winning filmmaker. She has studied Cinematography at ADU in Zagreb and Directing Documentary at NFTS.
Her debut documentary won 6 awards at film festivals and was broadcasted on Croatian National TV and Al-Jazeera Balkans. 
Eva works as a filmmaker and a film teacher and is currently finishing her new documentary.
Acushla-Tara Kupe, Performer: Not An Ending
Originally from Aotearoa/New Zealand, actress Acushla-Tara has been based in London since 2016 and has performed onstage in Anahera, Twelfth Night, Like You Hate Me, and Romeo and Juliet. She also appeared in Creeped Out (CBBC), The Christchurch Murder (Radio 4, BBC)and The Offensive Podcast, and performs regularly with the London Māori Club, Ngāti Rānana. In January Acushla-Tara returned to Aotearoa to play Emilia1 in the international premiere of Emilia at the Pop Up Globe.
Nicole Latchana, Writer: Winners
Nicole’s plays have been on at several theatres including The 503, The Bunker and Southwark Playhouse. Training includes Royal Court, Kali, Tamasha and Royal Central.   Nicole’s plays tackle global issues from intersectional perspectives.  Her award-nominated dystopian play about the climate crisis ‘OCO-2′ has been chosen for Arcola’s 2020 playwrought season’ / Twitter & Instagram: @nicolelatchana  
Gwilym Lee, Actor: The People Under the Moon
Gwilym is an actor who has worked across theatre, TV and film. Theatre work includes productions at the National Theatre, Donmar Warehouse, in the West End and on Broadway. Notable screen work includes Bohemian Rhapsody, Midsomer Murders and Jamestown. He is soon to appear in Hulu’s new release, The Great, penned by Oscar nominated Tony McNamara, writer of The Favourite.
Twitter: @gwilymlee Insta: @mrgwilymlee
Júlia Levai, Director: In the Mourning
Júlia is a theatre director from Budapest currently based in London. She has recently worked as the Jerwood Assistant Director on ‘Nora: A Doll’s House’ at the Young Vic and is currently script reading for Paines Plough’s ‘Women’s Prize for Playwriting’. She has previously radically adapted and directed a gender-swapped version of Kleist’s ‘The Prince of Homburg’ which following its short-run at LAMDA transferred to The Space in December 2019. She has trained on LAMDA’s MA Directing course and as a trainee director at York Theatre Royal.  
Leon Lopez, Director: Digital Detox; When You Host Your First Zoom
Leon Lopez is an actor/director who transitioned from acting into directing for TV and film and has since directed televisions shows such as ‘Emmerdale’ and ‘Hollyoaks’, alongside his self penned feature film ‘Soft Lad’ which was acquired by Netflix UK and currently available on all good streaming services.  
Iniki Mariano, Actor: Mee…m
Iniki was born and raised in Singapore where she made her Television debut. She trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London where she now resides. Recent credits include Sally Cookson’s Peter Pan (National Theatre/BOV), ‘Mowgli’ in The Jungle Book (Derby Theatre), Can’t Wait for Christmas! (Orange Tree Theatre) and upcoming NFTS short ‘The Retreat’ by Marcus Anthony Thomas. Iniki would like to dedicate ‘Meeee…m’, the piece she is in, to Angela and Regina.
Hannah McClean, Actor: In The Mourning
Hannah is an actress from County Antrim, living in London. She has worked extensively in theatre in the UK and Ireland. Most recently she performed in the award-winning, one-woman show Ladykiller, produced by The Thelmas. The play was on a national tour and due to transfer to New York as part of Brits Off Broadway when the lockdown was implemented.     
James Mc Dermott, Writer: Paddy; Digital Detox
James’s plays published by Samuel French include ‘Rubber Ring’ (UK Tour) and ‘Time and Tide’ (Park Theatre; Offie Nominated for New Play). James is writing new plays for HighTide, Eastern Angles and Norwich Playhouse and developing TV shows with Big Talk and Shiny Button. Twitter: @jamesliammcd  
Frances McNamee, Writer: A Birthday Wish
Frances McNamee is an Actress/Singer/Writer originally from County Durham. She trained at East 15 Acting School and since graduating in 2009 has performed at The Old Vic (A Christmas Carol) The Other Palace ( Big Fish) and starred in numerous productions for the RSC. She has most recently been on a tour of the USA with Sting, playing Meg Dawson in The Last Ship. As a writer she is currently developing a T.V pilot.  
Anjli Mohindra, Writer: The People Under the Moon  
This is Anjli’s debut piece as a writer after she was selected to partake in the Royal Court Writers Programme. She is also an actress best known for BBC’s ‘Bodyguard’ and she is due to complete filming ‘Vigil’ for BBC 1. She recently finished performing in a run of ‘Noises Off’ in the West End.  
Priyank Morjaria, Actor: Good Connection?
Priyank Morjaria is a charismatic actor from London. Recently graduating from RCSSD, he now works internationally on stage and screen. Priyank is due to be on stage at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre in “Romeo & Juliet” once the lock down is lifted. Spotlight: 5014-3498-0374 Follow on Instagram: @priyankmorjaria    
Olivia Munk, Director: Woman in Isolation
Olivia Munk is a director from NYC based in London. Recent directing credits include Populist (Phoenix Artists Club), Bloody Mary: LIVE! (PIT Underground, NYC)and The End Of Us and Going Outside (Two Fest, The Space)Olivia runs two theatre companies, Part of the Main & Part of the Night, and holds a BA from Harvard and an MSt from Oxford. Twitter @oliviammunk, Instagram @munk0 
Emma Noakes, Actor: Inside
Emma Noakes is an actress from London. She won the BBC Carleton Hobbs Award and since has combined working in radio with TV (Salisbury, Call the Midwife) and theatre (RSC, Old Vic). She is currently co-writing her first radio script, a female-led play for working class voices based on how her grandparents met…and eating biscuits.  
Rhoda Ofori-Attah, Actor: Me
Rhoda Ofori-Attah trained at the Oxford School of Drama. Since graduating, she has performed at several theatres including The Almeida, Shakespeare’s Globe, Soho Theatre and Arcola. Rhoda has also appeared in a number of T.V. shows, including The Bill, Last Tango in Halifax, Trust Me, Cold Feet, Silent Witness, Holby City, Doctors and Coronation Street. Recent television credits include the BBC’s Informer, ITV’s Dark Heart and Sky’s Temple. Rhoda is also one of the 21 actors chosen by BAFTA to be part of their prestigious Elevate programme this year.  
Theo Ogundipe, Composer: Bangers
Theo is an actor and musician. Some of his credits include: Troilus and Cressida, Hamlet, Cymbeline, King Lear, Midsummer Night’s Dream, Marat Sade and Julius Caesar (RSC). Coriolanus and Desire Under the Elms (Sheffield Crucible); Girl on the Train (Leeds Playhouse). Macbeth (Royal Exchange Theatre). TV: Top Boy, Dark Crystal – Age of Resistance.
Nadia Papachronopoulou, Director: Bangers; Me  
Nadia Papachronopoulou has directed productions at the Orange Tree Theatre, Kiln, Bunker, Yvonne Arnaud amongst others. She has been a resident director/ assistant director in the West End, Regent’s Park Theatre and National Theatre Wales.  
Declan Perring, Actor: Winners
Declan is an actor and writer. Training: The Royal Central school of Speech and Drama. Acting Credits: Intra Muros, Sam. The Good Person, Our Boys, The Revengers Tragedy, Screens, The Shawshank Redemption, Belfast Boy (Winner – Stage Award for Acting Excellence), A midsummer night’s dream… Writing Credits: Sam. The Good Person.  
Claudius Peters, Actor: After the Tone
Claudius Peters is an actor from London. Theatre  credits include Kehinde in “Little Baby Jesus” Written by Arinze Kene ( Birmingham Rep) &Out of Sorts written by Danusia Samal (Theatre503)   Film credits include, Nägel in “Fantastic Beasts: Crimes of Grindelwald” (Dir by David Yates) , & Ghedi in “Dying of the Light” (Dir by Paul Schrader).  
Stefanie Reynolds, Writer: Your First Ever Make-Up Tutorial; When You Host Your First Zoom
Stefanie is a playwright and theatre maker and has previously taken shows to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and VAULTS Festival. Stefanie was part of Tamasha’s playwriting company and her debut play was shortlisted for Channel 4 4stories and The Royal Court and Kudos fellowship. She has also written for Tamasha’s Hear Me Now monologues, GUM Magazine, 2fit Theatre and Shoots! Scratch for the Lowry Theatre.
Danusia Samal, Writer/Performer: Bangers; Writer: Me…me Danusia is an actress, writer and singer with stage credits at the Royal Court, RSC, and Royal Exchange. Screen credits include The Great (Hulu),and Ghost in the Shell (Paramount). Writing credits include: Out of Sorts (winner of Theatre503 Playwriting Award); Busking It (Shoreditch Town Hall/HighTide); Snap (Old Vic Connect) Decolonising History (Tamasha Digital); Conditionally (SOHO); Langthorne Stories (SOHO). Danusia was commissioned by BBC on their TV Drama Writers Programme, and is a Soho Six playwright.  
Nikesh Shukla, Writer: Yash Gill’s Power Half Hour
Nikesh Shukla is a novelist and screenwriter. He is the author of Coconut Unlimited (shortlisted for the Costa First Novel Award), Meatspace and The One Who Wrote Destiny. He is the editor of the bestselling essay collection, The Good Immigrant, and co-edited The Good Immigrant USA. He is the author of two YA novels, Run, Riot (shortlisted for a National Book Award) and The Boxer (longlisted for the Carnegia Medal). Nikesh was one of Time Magazine’s cultural leaders, Foreign Policy magazine’s 100 Global Thinkers and The Bookseller’s 100 most influential people in publishing in 2016 and in 2017. He a fellow of the Royal Society Of Literature and a member of the Folio Academy.  
Kane Surry, Actor: Digital Detox
Kane recently appeared in the transfer of S. Asher Gelman’s Afterglow, directed by Steven Kunis. Television work includes: Kenny Wade in BBC Doctors, Andre in The Grass is Always Grindr, John is BBC Arts’ Have We Met Before and Prince Phillip in Inside Balmoral.
Film Work includes: Ricky in The Barge People (Dark Temple Motion Pictures) Frank in Don’t Blame Jack for Boys On Film: Heaven Can’t Wait. (Dale John Allen) Louis in Glamour (Perry Pictures) And Jamie in Kill Kane (Northbank Entertainment).
Harry Tennison, Director: Video for Nanna; Proof of Life
Harry is a theatre director from Essex. He recently directed VIKING (Underbelly Edinburgh Fringe). He worked for KD Theatre over Christmas as an associate director (Dick Whittington, The Wind in the Willows) and an assistant director (Jack and the Beanstalk). He is an associate of Intrepid Fools.  
Elizabeth Twells, Actor: Video for Nanna
Elizabeth is an actor from Nottingham. She trained at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. This year, she’s been a part of the National Tour of Holes (Fiery Angel/Nottingham Playhouse/Royal & Derngate). Other Acting Credits Include: The Importance of Being Earnest (Octagon Theatre); Death of a Salesman (Royal Exchange Theatre) and Emmerdale (ITV). She is also a mentor for the charity Arts Emergency.   
Esther Uwejeyah, Actor: When You Host Your First Zoom
Esther Uwejeyah is a British actor based in London. She studied drama in college and drama school. Since graduating, she has gone on to perform in theatre shows such as Pandora’s Box (Arcola Theatre); The Good Minister from Harare (Finborough); About Last Night (Arcola); and has starred in the TV show Guerilla (Sky Atlantic).  
Danaja Wass, Writer: In the Mourning
Danaja Wass is a Croatian actor and writer based in London. Her solo show NOTCH directed by Madelaine Moore and produced by The Thelmas had s successful run at the VAULT Festival 2020. Her second play, ‘Stella’ has been in included in The Bunker’s Powershare, directed by Julia Levai. Other recent acting credits include Immersive Great Gatsby by Alexander Wright, How I helped End Communism by Justin MacGregor and Antony& Cleopatra by James M. O’Connor.
Christ York, Writer: Untitled
Winner of HighTide’s First Commissions Award. His debut, Build A Rocket toured the UK, and was Richard Jordan’s pick as ‘the best new British play of the year’ in The Stage. His other work includes: All Delighted People (SJT), The Pit & The Pendulum (Creation Theatre) and his ACE supported play Maya – (rehearsed reading, Soho Theatre). Chris was shortlisted for the Old Vic 12 and is a 2020 finalist for the Adopt a Playwright Award. Insta: gladstoneyork Twitter: ChrisYork19
Zoe Zak, Actor: Proof of Life
Zoe is a London based actress. Recent credits include Soldier On (UK Tour, The Other Palace & Canadian Stage, Toronto), Doctors (BBC) and Pinch Punch (The Old Vic – Connect Now). So far, her lockdown has consisted of learning to play the spoons and discovering she absolutely is not a baker. Twitter: @Zoe_Zak, Instagram: zoezak  
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