Angel is a London based writer and actress. Since graduating from LAMDA she has been developing both feature and short films alongside her acting work. She is also an alumna of National Youth Theatre. Angel is also a gifted singer and songwriter.
If you want to listen to some beautiful music infused with the same haunting themes of the different dimensions of love that inspired Annabel Lee, do yourselves a favour and listen to her mix of covers and originals on Soundcloud.
Milo is a veteran of dozens of TV & Film roles including 'War and Peace', 'War of the Worlds', 'No Offence', 'Marcella', 'Free Rein' and many more. He is also an accomplished theatre actor having appeared in works as diverse as 'Much Ado about Nothing', 'Mary Poppins' and 'She stoops to conquer'.
Probably best known as Inspector Lynley, Nathaniel returned to the stage in recent years, taking on the role of Henry VIII in Hilary Mantel’s Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies, winning an Olivier award in London and a Tony nomination on Broadway. He continued to work with director Jeremy Herrin on This House before starring with Edward and Freddy Fox in An Ideal Husband, both in the West End. Most recently on film, he was in Swimming With Men, The Warrior Queen of Jhansi, and television roles in Grantchester, and A Confession. He recently filmed La Templanza in Spain, and a role in Ridley Scott's The Last Duel. You can follow him at nathanielparker.com
Director and Producer
Amy progressed through the ranks to Assistant Director, working on a range of British and international productions. In 2001, she started her own production company, Angelic Films, and since then she has produced/directed more than 150 commercials, promos and brand films as well as many award-winning short films including 'The Fairweather Girl', 'Epitaph', and 'The Treehouse', which was supported by the BFI and Creative England. She has recently transitioned to Directing full time, directing episodes of the BBC drama 'Doctors'.
More information about Amy is at AngelicFilms.co.uk
In the last two years David has produced 5 feature films, two have had a US theatrical release and seen entries into some of the biggest film festivals in the world including the BFI London Film Festival, SXSW and EFF. The Fight, directed by Jessica Hynes was long listed for 5 BIFA’s 2018. His short films have won over 20 awards globally and been in over 30 festivals.