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David Ajala graduated from CTTC in 2006. Theatre credits include: Death and the King’s Horsemen, Nation (National Theatre); Hamlet (nominated for the Ian Charleson Award), Love’s Labour Lost, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (RSC); Ruined (Almeida Theatre); The Swing of Things (Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough); How To Steal a Diamond (Traverse Theatre).
David has also enjoyed success in TV and film. TV credits include: Silent Witness, Doctor Who, The Revenge Files of Alastair Fury, Trexx and Flipside (Royal Television Society award nomination - Best Acting Performance), Dream Team, The Bill, Micah. Misfits.
Film credits include: The Dark Knight, Adulthood, Kidulthood, Emulsion, Following Footsteps, One Day, and the upcoming 2012 release of Payback Season.
David has also been nominated for an Ian Charleson Award for outstanding stage actors under 30.
Lydia left CTTC with a Post Graduate degree in 2000, after she had completed an M.A. in English Literature at Glasgow University. She then performed as a Temple Actor in the Raymond Gubbay production of Aida, directed by David Freeman at the Albert Hall and touring Sheffield, Birmingham and Manchester Arenas. She played a multitude of roles in the Colour House Theatre's production of Alice in Wonderland, including the White Rabbit and the Door Mouse. She has played the lead character Angeli in Michael Wallings Production of Mappa Mundi, in a tour around Mexico and then in the U.K.She has taught movement and music at Gymboree and taught Drama at Helen O'Grady Drama Academy and at Stage Coach.
Lydia currently works for Home Start where she visits young families to help and support them. She also volunteers at SWANS which provides classes for adults with disabilities; she is taking an M.A in Social Work from September.
Lydia is still passionate about acting and is involved in amateur dramatics with The Maldon Drama Society, currently playing Mrs Robinson in The Graduate. She also recently played multiple characters in a play called Bums On Seats. A critic noted 'if it wasn't for the credit in the programme you wouldn't know it was the same actress!', a review Lydia was especially proud of.
Alongside her social work and acting, Lydia is also the proud mum of son Gabriel with partner Jonathan, and has already passed on the acting bug, taking her family to see over 11 musicals in the last two years alone!
Andrew graduated from Court Theatre Training Company in 2004. Since leaving, Andrew has worked extensively in theatre, commercials, film and TV. Appearances including Mastercard, King Lear and feature film Incidental Weekend. Andrew’s career highlight has been working with Sir David Hare on his recent BBC2 drama 'Page Eight' alongside Michael Gambon, Bill Nighy and Judy Davis amongst others.
Andrew recently directed a production of Romeo and Juliet set in the modern political system. He is currently directing a piece of new writing 'A Stay of Execution' for the Barons Court Theatre for April 2012.
Adam Dalton graduated from CTTC in 2001 and also completed an Adanced Acting course in The US at Harvard Institute, Boston. Theatre credits include: Touring Germany in Lady Diana The Musical with Jacaranda Productions, Hamlet at The Old Vic, Power at The National Theatre and Dave at The Leceister Square Theatre.
Adam has performed in various Improv sketches including Rouyla Bouyla at Wheatsheaf Theatre and has worked in TV as a Presenter for Quizilla by Ravensbourne Productions. He has also starred in a collection of Short Films such as Beginningless by Step Productions and Jumping the Rails by Italia Productions.
Adam recently spent a year travelling the world and has just got married! He is now taking some time out from acting and has set up a school for disaffected young people.
Nigel Daly has been an actor for the past 20 years. He founded the Laboratory with Louise Salter in 1993, together they have directed and produced five plays and two films, most recently An Acre of Moon, which was filmed in London and Los Angeles. He is Secretary and Executive Board Director of The British Academy of Film and Television Arts Los Angeles, as well as Vice President of film industry trade paper Screen International. He is a regular judge at many international film festivals, most recently Palm Springs Film Festival, Aspen Film Festival and London's Rushes Short film festival. He appeared last in “Shadowheart” alongside Daniel Baldwin and Angus MacFadyen. He currently lives in Los Angeles working as an actor, film producer and director.
Kevin obtained a 1st class degree in Theatre and Media Drama before training as an actor at the Courtyard in London. He is currently Artistic Director of Symbiotic Theatre, Associate Artist for Theatre Royal Plymouth, Lecturer in Drama for University College of St Mark and St John and associate lecturer for University of Plymouth.
As a director he has worked for Theatre Royal Plymouth, Stiltskin, Bridie Productions, Agog Theatre, Strictly Collaborative and Symbiotic among others. Productions include Breathe Me, Faustus, Jekyll and Hyde, Adult Child/Dead Child, The Bedbug, Gogmagog, Blackout, Marat/Sade, Beauty Manifesto, Ubu.
Theatre acting credits include; William in Seaworthy, The Old Man in One Small Step, Noel Coward in Ha Ha Ha, Hippolytus in Hippolytus, Mr Darcy in Pride and Prejudice, Malcolm in Macbeth, Petruchio in The Taming of the Shrew, Teiresias in The Bacchae and Anton Schill in The Visit.
Previous community based projects include, Forum, Invisible Theatre, Reminiscence and Educational work with Proteus, Forum Theatre Cymru, Ladder to the Moon, The Barbican Theatre Plymouth, Theatre Royal Plymouth, Futures Theatre Company, Half Moon Young Peoples Theatre, Strictly Collaborative, Theatre Science and Symbiotic.
Seth Jones only graduated in 2011 but already has a string of successes to his name.
Seth has toured the South of England with Golden Egg Theatre Company, performed for 4 months in Leicester Square in Cirque Du Surrealism, played Dill in To Kill a mocking Bird at The Ashcroft Theatre and performed in many a stand up gig around London and the South Coast, including a two Sketch show with The North-South Project. He also presented and compered The Three songs Charity Event.
Seth has set up a new pub theatre in Crouch End, The Moors Theatre, and is the Creative Director of the in house theatre company Pot-Kettle-Black Productions. He has directed five variety act nights, the children's play Little Red Riding Hood and has written, directed and produced three plays: Intertwangle, Comedy Street and Enlightened.
Seth is currently in the process of writing a new play.
Graeme graduated from Court Theatre Training Company in 2004. He has his own production company, Vulture Culture Productions, with a focus on new writing.
Graeme has appeared widely in theatre, TV and film since graduating. Previous credits include ‘Big Babies’ for the BBC, a theatre tour with Cagrats, and a feature film with Weeble Productions. Graeme is currently producing several television comedies for the new year.
Louise Salter has worked as an actress, writer and director in theatre, film and television for the past twenty years. Her first acting role was in the cult classic “Dark Waters” and swiftly followed a performance in “Interview with a Vampire”. She appeared in the ground breaking “Our friends in the North” opposite Daniel Craig and Malcolm McDowell. She worked as a writer and collaborator on the experimental film “An Acre of Moon” and is the co- artistic director of The Laboratory, an International Arts Collective. She currently writes, directs and makes films in Los Angeles.