Charlie Buckland - Henry Roth


Charlie trained at UCW & E15.

Recently Charlie has played St Pancras North in the double Olivier nomionated play, THIS HOUSE, at The Garrick Theatre, London, reprising the role he played in the same production at The National Theatre in 2013. Other recent work includes playing Pastor Manders in Ibsen's GHOSTS at The Stantonbury Theatre (Milton Keynes), WILL at The Arcola Theatre (London), and Mr Johnson in MR SELFRIDGE for ITV. Other theatre highlights include West End credits in SLEUTH (Apollo Theatre), DEALER'S CHOISE (Trafalgar Studio), ORIGINAL SPIN (Criterion Theatre) and THE MOUSETRAP (St Martins Theatre), plus SEASON'S GREETINGS directed by Alan Ayckbourn himself (No. 1 Tour), Oscar Wilde in IN EXTREMIS at The King's Head (London) & national tour, AS YOU LIKE IT and DUCHESS OF MALFI (New Vic), TORCH SONG TRILOGY (Birmingham), THE HAPPY PRINCE, FLYT STANLEY, SATURDAY NIGHT SUNDAY MORNING (Nottingham), THE RISE & FALL OF LITTLE VOICE ( Sehringham) and THE THIRTY NINE STEPS (Athens).


Faith Knight - Evelyn Roth


Faith trained at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, and has worked extensively on both stage and screen. TV credits include: Rosemund Pilcher's HOUSE SWAP, EMMERDALE and BRITAINS'S SECRET HOMES for ITV and TITANIC'S TRAGIC TWIN for the BBC. Film credits include BAFTA winner JC Deguara's PUB MONKEY, HALLOWS EVE (available on Netflix), 3'S A CROWD (Festival de Cannes), POLAROID (Nominated 'Best Acting' Watersprite International Film Festival), LOVE & OTHER CHAIRS (Audience Award Winner, Focus Film Festival) and LIFE GOES ON (Best Feature Film - Pravasi International Film Festival). Theatre includes; Elisabeth I in MURDER MOST FOUL alongside Miriam Margolyes OBE (Inner Temple), KPMG directed by Simon Evans (O2 Arena), THE TRIAL (Battersea Arts Centre), WAKEFIELD with Black Cat Theatre (The Courtyard), SPOILT FOR CHOICE (Hen & Chickens) and POKING THE BEAR Yasmeen Arden (Theatre 503). DEATH KNELL is Faith's debut for The English Theatre of Hamburg.

Joseph Passafaro - Jack Willoughby


Joseph graduated from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. In 2016 he made his professional stage debut with GB Open Air Theatre Company, playing Mercutio in a nationwide tour of ROMEO AND JULIET. He also played Silvius in AS YOU LIKE IT. Joseph then went on to play Nathan in Good One Theatre's MUM'S THE WORD and in the same year twice successively reached the final of the LONDON MONOLOGUE SALM. More recently Joseph appeared in short film MAN OF THE HOUR nominated for "Best Short Film" at Cannes Film Festival 2018 and played a young George Michael in ITV's THE DOUBLE LIFE OF GEORGE MICHAEL. Credits whilst training include: WHAT'EATING GILBERT GRAPE, A LEVEL PLAYING FIELD, THREE and FEATHERS IN THE SHOW.

Stephen MacNeice - Detective Chief Inspector Lazan


Stephen trained at The Oxford School of Drama and his theatre work has since taken him throughout the UK and Europe. London credits include THE GLORY OF LIVING (Battersea Arts Centre), Friar Lawrence in ROMEO & JULIET (Theatro Technis), THE RUBENSTEINS KISS (Soho Theatre Studios), KING LEAR and DIDO, QUEEN OF CARTHAGE (Greenwich Theatre), Herod in the first London stage production of THE TRAGEDY OF MARIAM (Tristan Bates Theatre), Shylock in THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (Jack Studio Theatre), Bosola in THE DUCHESS OF MALFI (New Diorama Theatre), Astrov in UNCLE VANYA (London Theatre, New Cross), TWELFTH NIGHT (The Space), THE RED SUITCASE (Southwark Playhouse), 'TIS PITY SHE'S A WHORE and the European premiere of THE SLAVE by Amiri Baraka (Tristan Bates Theatre), CRIME AND PUNISHMENT and THREE SISTERS (both at the Jack Studio Theatre). Touring work has included MACBETH, Jarndyce in BLEAK HOUSE and PRIDE AND PREJUDICE. Stephen is also an associate actor with London-based Lazarus Theatre Company and is also associated with Arrows and Traps Theatre.