Edward Hogg

Edward has been widely tipped as a star of tomorrow. He trained at RADA and worked extensively in theatre both in London and New York before moving into film. He is one of the most versatile actors of his generation and has played everything from Jesus in Rupert Goold's The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, to the master pimp in Tim Carroll's The Storm. He was nominated for the prestigious Ian Charleson award for his performance as the lead in Daniel Kramer's Woyzeck. His cinematic debut as Jesco White 'the dancing outlaw' in Dominic Murphy's White Lightnin' was greatly applauded at the Sundance and Berlin International Film Festivals where it was in the Official Selection.

2010 was a good year for Edward, seeing him win both the UK Shooting Star Award at the Berlin International Film Festival and the Chopard Trophy at the Cannes Film Festival. He also appeared in his second lead role, in Bunny and the Bull, directed by The Mighty Boosh director Paul King. He has shot several feature films in 2011, including Roland Emmerich's Anonymous, alongside Rhys Ifans and Vanessa Redgrave; plus The Comedian, Blind Watching and Mary's Ride.

Keeley Forsyth

Keeley's worked across television, film and theatre her credits include Edge (Carol Morley) Line of Beauty, Luther, Criminal Justice, Coronation Street, Dalziel and Pascoe, Sons and Lovers and Real Circumstance Theatre Company. Keeley is experimental in attitude and approach- this is clear in the work she has done with Artists Liam Gillick and boyleANDshaw, presenting performances in the TATE Britain, ICA and Royal Academy.

Nick Barber

Nick trained at RADA and since then has appeared in various prestigious Theatre productions such as Death of a Salesman, His Dark Materials, Love's Labour's Lost, I Saw Myself, Othello, Our Country's Good, Faust, An Inspector Calls, The Gentleman from Olmedo, Venetian Twins, Julius Caesar, Romeo and Juliet and in 2010 saw him at the National in Blood and Gifts.

Nick's TV and film career TV includes key roles in Robinson Crusoe, Bitter and Twisted, The Waltz King, The Brief and Midsomer Murders. Films include Stage Beauty, Colour Me Kubrick.