Rachel Shenton
Rachel Joy Shenton is a British Actress and writer who started her career at Edinburgh fringe festival where her controversial play received critical acclaim.

Shenton has appeared on our screens for years with regular roles in shows such as Genie in the house, Waterloo road and Hollyoaks which won her a National Television nomination for best dramatic performance. In 2014 Shenton made her American TV debut on ABC Family drama, Switched at Birth, portraying the role of Lily Summers.
Rachel Fielding
Fieldings career started at The National Youth Theatre at just sixteen years old, where she is now an associate artist. She trained at The Bristol Old Vic Theatre school where she won the Peter Ackerman comedy award.

She has enjoyed a long and prosperous career in film and television best known for her roles in hit TV shows such as New Tricks, Blue Murder, Hotel Babylon, Secret Diary Of a Call Girl and Harry Enfield and Chums. Her film credits include Nasty Neighbours, Speak Like A Child and How To Get Ahead In Advertising. Fielding has achieved critical acclaim by treading the boards in Real Inspector Hound and Black Comedy for the Donmar and "Arcadia" by Tom Stoppard at the Haymarket London.
Philip York
Phillip trained at the Central school of speech and drama and has enjoyed a long successful career as an actor, with frequent appearances at the National Theatre and the Royal Shakespeare Company.

As well as an extensive list of Film and TV credits including The Merchant Of Venice, Julius Caesar and A Touch of Frost. Philip received critical acclaim with his one man show portraying the life of Robert Maxwell which he first performed at Edinburgh Fringe Festival and was then performed at venues nationally, including the prestigious West End.
Maisie Sly
Maisie Rose Sly, a profoundly deaf actress, born in Plymouth UK in 2011. After starting out in Cornwall, Maisie’s parents made the decision in 2013 to move the family to a new town, Swindon, to give Maisie and her two siblings access to better specialist education for deaf children.

Keen intelligence and fierce curiosity gave this young actress a maturity far beyond her years. Coupled with her wicked sense of humour, Maisie has a talent that most adults would struggle to match; Maisie’s presence fills the room. She commands attention both on and off screen.

Her first ever acting role saw her land the lead in 2017 short film ‘The Silent Child’ which Maisie took to with natural skill and professionalism. Commended by her peers, and all those involved in the creative process, it is clear that this is just the start of a very exciting journey for Maisie. Determined to continue acting, Maisie hopes to raise the profile of young deaf actors, showing children and adults alike that it is definitely okay to stand out from the crowd.
Anna Barry
Anna Barry is a British actress, her career needs no introduction, daughter of BAFTA winner Michael Barry, Anna trained at RADA before embarking on a career spanning over five decades. Barry has appeared in hugely popular shows such as Doctor Who, Your Highness and New Scotland Yard.
Sam Rees
Samuel Rees, 17, is a Manchester born actor who is currently training at the infamous Actorstribe school in Knutsford, run by the wonderfully talented Lee Boardman and Jennifer Boardman. As well as training and being involved in a number of amateur productions, Sam is also studying drama at University. All of this combined helped secure him his first professional job in the film, The Silent Child.
Annie Cusselle
Annie Cusselle, 16, is an aspiring actress. Annie was a member of The Garrick Playhouse Academy, Altrincham, for many years and has also been training at the Actorstribe in knutsford with Jennifer Boardman and Lee Boardman. With several amateur productions under her belt Annie impressed the audition panel and secured her first professional role in The Silent Child film.