Anna McLoughlin



Height: 140 cm

Hair Colour: Brown

Eye Colour: Blue

Age: 9



Participated in Speech & Drama Festivals across N.Ireland.

NEA – Grade 2 Speaking of Poetry and Prose Examination. 


Accents & Dialects: (* = native) Northern*Irish, London, American – General. 

Swimming, Gymnastics, Avid Reading, Horse-riding. 


Charlotte Hilditch



Height: 165 cm

Hair Colour: Blonde

Eye Colour: Blue

Age: 14



BSPA, Christmas Edition – Front cover of Irish Magazine – 2010

Participated in many Theatre Productions including; Annie,Oliver. 

‘The Music Box’ – Waterfront Hall. 

RAD Ballet Examinations – Primary to Inter Foundation Level. 

LCM Piano Examinations – Step 1 – Grade 4 

Ulster Hockey qualified Junior Umpire – 2019


Accents & Dialects: (* = native) Northern*Irish, English, Southern Irish. 

Languages; French, German. 

Skills: Hockey, Swimming, Equestrian, Piano, Tennis, Ballet, Irish dance, Lyrical, Contemporary, Acrobatic Arts. 

4 week Fashion and Design program with Paris Fashion School – (Institut Français de la Mode)


Leah McCoubrey



Height: 170cm

Hair Colour: Red/Blonde

Eye Colour: Blue

Age: 22



Musical- Chorus, ‘How To Succeed in Business’ Rathmore Drama Society (2014)

Musical – Chorus, ‘Beauty and the Beast’ Rathmore Drama Society (2016)

Short Film – Jess ‘Flowers Unwilted’ (2017)

Stage- Gila, Harold Pinter’s ‘One For The Road’, Queen’s University Players (2017)

Stage – Faustus, Doctor Faustus & Inspector/Chorus, The Trial Bruiser Theatre Company Summer Academy Showcase (July 2019)

Stage – Prospero, The Tempest, Rhiann Jeffery, Rose Bruford (2020)

Stage- Rose Bruford Showcase, Queen Margaret and Joan Of Arc, Henry VI, (2020)


Accents & Dialects: (* = native) – Belfast*, Dublin, Derry, Donegal, Cockney, Irish Standard, RP, English-Standard, American- Standard, American-Southern States, Eastern European, Australian-Standard.

Languages: Conversational Spanish, French and German.

Music & Dance: Folk Singing*, Music Theatre, Choir Singing, Contemporary Dance. 

Sports: Gymnastics, Horse Riding, Football, Fishing, Hiking, Yoga, Swimming, Trampolining, Archery, Stage Combat. 

Other: Full drivers license, poetry, photography, painting. 


Rose Bruford Foundation Acting Course in Belfast (Sept 2019-March 2020)

National Youth Theatre (member) intake course (August 2020)

Studied Speech and Drama at Gwyneth Murdoch School of Speech and Drama (2014-2016)

Audition Technique Course at The Lyric Theatre, Belfast (2017)

Genevieve O’Reilly and Fra Fee Acting on Screen workshop at The Mac Theatre,Belfast (2016)

Stage Combat Workshop with Ian McCracken at The Lyric Theatre, Belfast (2018)

Voice and Text workshop with Michael Corbidge at The Lyric Theatre, Belfast (2018)

Rosie Pelan’s Actors Studio at The Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast (Jan-April 2018)

Summer School at the Royal Welsh School of Music and Drama (July 2018)

Belfast Talent’ Acting Classes with Diane Graham (Sept-Dec 2018)

Bruiser Theatre Company Summer Academy (July 2019)


Dani Graham



Height: 142cm

Hair Colour: Brown

Eye Colour: Brown

Age: 12



Attends The Shelley Lowry School studying Speech & Drama. 
Participated in many Drama Festivals and Theatre Productions in Northern Ireland. 
Trinity College London Speech and Drama. 


Accents & Dialects: (* = native) Northern*Irish, Scottish, British, American. 


Storytelling, illustrating, writing, art and animation. 


Sharon Mawhinney



Height: 163 cm

Hair Colour: Dark Brown

Eye Colour: Hazel

Playing Age: 40-55 years


Film & TV

2020 – ‘Bloodlands’, CSI – BBC N Ireland, Hat Trick / Mercurio – Pete Travis.  

2013- Present, ‘Line of Duty’,  DC Sharon Byrnes (S2-6) – World Productions, John Strickland, Sue Tully, Douglas Mackinnon

2016 – ‘The Fall’ (S3) , Reporter, BBC N Ireland – Allan Cubitt. 

2015 – ‘The Secret’,  Family Dr,  Hat Trick, BBC N Ireland  –  Nick Murphy.                                 

 2015 – ‘Racht’ Mary Bonnar ,  TG4, Paper Owl Films – Gavin Halpin. 

2015 – ‘Lost City of Z’ , RGS Lady – Plan B – James Gray


2018 – ‘Lowtide’ , Mam. Failsafe Films – Ian Hunt Duffy – Awards – (Dublin International Film Festival, Savigliano Film festival,  Molins Film Festival, Underground Cinema award, Voghera Film Festival)

2018 – ‘The Last Letter’ , Mum of solider – Wee Buns Productions, Terry Loane. 

Commercial & Photographic

2020, Aerogen MedicalDr for brochure and AD Campaign    

2019, Invest NI – Business Chairman Brochure Campaign 

2019,  Irish Management In  Business woman for  billboard/brochure

2018, Cancer Focus Businesswoman – online ad

2018, Tourism Ireland  – Tourist – worldwide online


2020, ‘Job Finder’ – Series of online adverts. 


2014 – ‘The Fall’ (S2) – Policewoman, Police radio, Sobbing wife, Solicitor –  BBC N Ireland. 
2018 – ‘Doing Money’ – Police radio, Detective, Airport Announcer – BBC. 

Game Show

2016 – ‘Bookworms Pilot’ – Contestant – BBC N.Ireland

2018 – ‘Flinch Pilot’ – Audience feedback – Netflix

Cast Double

2016 – ‘Let it Ride’ – Luciana, Nickelodeon. 

2020 – ‘The Northman’  – Slav Witch Fit Double



Accents & Dialects: (* = native)  Northern Irish*, Southern Irish, American – Standard, RP, Scottish. 


Qualified Dog Groomer, Hairdresser, Horse riding, BSL Medical secretary, good with medical terms.

Clean Full driving Licence, Access NI Certified. 



Tv presenter training at 3 Mills Studios, London 2012

Vox Pops Leicester Square for Aspire TV Training 2013

PTC training at 3 Mills Studios, London 2013

Vocal tuition with S Petit Belfast 2010

Horse riding workshop 2013

British sign Language trained at Serc Bangor and Millfield College Belfast


Frederika Machala

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Height: 178cm

Hair Colour: Dark Brown

Eye Colour: Hazel


Film + TV

‘Line of Duty’ – PC Fairmount (BBC/World Productions, 2018-Pres)

Short Film: 

‘Promises’ – Bella (Planet Go Productions, 2017)

‘Mary Sue’ – Abbie (Planet Go Productions, 2017)

‘Ireland Project’ – Holly (Independent film, 2018)

‘Duobis Signs’ – Jenny (Amedex Productions, 2018)


‘The Lion King’ – Ed (Warehouse Theatre Company, 2016)

‘Beauty and the Beast’ – Monsieur Dark (Warehouse Theatre Company, 2017)

‘Cinderella’ – Lady Tramaine (Warehouse Theatre Productions, 2018)

A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ – Hippolyta right hand (Terranova Productions, 2018)

‘The Wizard of Oz’ – Dorothy gale (2nd Skin Theatre Company, 2019)


Monroe’s & IMC Cinema – Waitress (Stygian Storm Media, 2018)

Road Safety Awareness – Sarah (Castle on the Hill Productions, 2019)

TCL UK Mobile Trailer – Charlotte (Joe McStravick) 


Accents & Dialects: (* = native).  Northern Irish* English Cockney, Valley-Girl American, Welsh. 

Modern Dance, Hip-hop, Gymnastics, Trapeze, Stage Combat. 


Acting Classes at the Warehouse Theatre Company (2017-2018)

Intro to Acting & Improv. with Rosie Pelan (2018)

Studying Shakespeare Terranova Productions (2018)

Acting Classes at 2nd skin Theatre Company (2019-2020)

Tinderbox Theatre Company (2019-2020)


Kate McClean

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Height: 150 cm

Hair Colour: Blonde

Eye Colour: Blue

Age: 11



Attends The Shelley Lowry School studying Drama and Dance. 

Participated in ‘Above All Else’ at The Market Place Theatre – Written and Directed by Shelley Lowry. 


Accents & Dialects: (* = native) Northern*Irish

Dancing, Singing. 


Marina Hampton

Marina Hampton


Height: 162.5cm

Hair Colour: Medium Black

Eye Color: Dark Brown

Playing Age: 40-50 years


Film & TV

DOE Ad for cycle safety 

‘INVISIBLE’ playing Petrol Station owner (Short film) by Afro Mic Productions

‘A PATCH OF FOG’ playing TV Make-up artist by The Fyzz Facility Film 3 Ltd, Playing opposite Conleth Hill.

‘LINE OF DUTY’ playing Helen in Season 3 for the BBC playing opposite Adrian Dunbar.

‘THE CIRCUIT KING’ playing Alpha Female (Short film) by Lamb Films.

‘SPLASH AREA’ playing Mental Patient (Feature Film) by Yellow Fever Productions.

Short Film – ‘ALONE’ – Mary,  Kullas MediaAndrew Cullas


2019, Stage, Multi Role inc Bob Cratchit, ‘CHRISTMAS CAROL’, Bright Umbrella Company, Trevor Gill
2019, Stage, Monologue, ‘VAGINA MONOLOGUES’, SheWolf Theatre Company, Jo Egan
2017, Stage, Agnes, ‘THE THREE SISTERS’, Tinderbox Theatre Company, Don McCamphill
2016, Stage, Tattoo Artist, ‘FAST AND LOOSE’, Accidental Theatre Company
2016, Stage, Diane, ‘HERITAGE OF VIOLENCE’, Tinderbox Theatre Company, Don McCamphill
2016, Stage, Marion, ‘THE BURIAL’, Tinderbox Theatre Company, Don McCamphill
2014, Stage, Sarah, ‘FOXFINDER’, Transfer Theatre Company, Roger Danes
2014, Stage, Cornelia, ‘SOMETHING UNSPOKEN’, Gambit Theatre Company, Tom Finlay
2013, Stage, May, ‘CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF’, DAMD Theatre Company, Ronan Miskimmin
2013, Stage, Mary O’Dell, ‘DEATH OF A CANARY’, Irish Theatre Company, John Dunn
2013, Stage, Cleopatra, ‘SHAKESPEARE SISTER’, Fickly Friends
2012, Stage, Mrs Gardiner, ‘PRIDE AND PREJUDICE’, Kaleidoscope, Kerry Rooney

Further Credits

2016, Voice Over, Julie, ‘EDUCATING RITA’, The Lyric Theatre, Belfast, Emma Jordon
2016, Writing, ‘BOUNDRIES’, Tinderbox Theatre Company, Don McCamphill
2011, Musical, Witch, ‘NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS’ , Kaleidoscope, Kerry Rooney


Accents & Dialects: (* = native)  Northern Irish* American-Southern States, American-Standard, Belfast, Cockney, Dublin, English-Standard, London, Welsh-Standard

Circus Skills – Stilt Walking, Juggling and Diablo.

Sports Skills – Archery, firearms, abseiling, rock climbing, boxing, skiing, skiting, cycling, swimming,

Animal Skills – Experience in riding horses, donkeys, camels and elephants.  Good dog handler.

Full clean driving Licence.


Stage Combat qualified – Actor Combatant  Academy of Performance Combat. (Trained in 22 weapons and at an Advanced Level in 8 weapons.  

Meisner Technique Training Course 1 and 2 –  Scott Williams.

Trained through the Tinderbox Theatre Company, Lyric Theatre, Bruiser Academy, R.S.C., Actors Studio and School of Music.

Accent, Radio Drama, Physical Theatre, Voice and Singing training. 


Naseen Morgan



Height: 5' 2

Hair Colour: Auburn/Red

Eye Colour: Blue / Green


Film & TV

Rosin – ‘Hope’ – EWTN America / Campbell Miller Films. Directed by Campbell Miller. 

Emma – ‘Congratulations’ – NI Screen / Waddell Media. Directed by Eoin Cleland. 

Anna  – ‘Don’t Go Hungry’ – Write Path NI Janine Cobain. Directed by Alan Stewart. 

Finn Researcher – ‘A Patch Frog’  – The Fyzz Facility /The Jones Company – Micheal Lennox. 

Marie – ‘The Volting Age’ – Stable Productions DAC. Directed by Ruan Magen. 

Kathleen – ‘Unquiet Graves!’ – Sean Murray Films. 

‘True North / Day at the Races’ – BBC 2. Directed by Mairtin De Barra. 

Lizzy – ‘Wild Goose Lodge’ – William Martin Productions. Directed by Paul Mc Ardle. 

‘Safe Haven’ – Causeway Pictures. Directed by Marty Stalker. 

Collette – ‘Dairy Girls’ – Ulster Fry Company. Directed by Ciaran Murray/ Billy Mc Williams. 

Grace – “Bravery Under Fire’ – EWTN America /Campbell Miller Films. 

Siobhan – ‘Thrist Dates’ – Ulster Fry Company. Directed by Ciaran Murray/ Billy Mc Williams. 

Isla – ‘Valentines Day’ – Ulster Fry Company. Directed by Ciaran Murray/ Billy Mc Williams

Kerri – ‘Incoming Call’ – NI Screen / Waddell Media. Directed by Eoin McCleland. 

Sophie – ‘Before Tomorrow’ – Whats Next Films. Directed by Margaret McGoldrick. 

Andrea – ‘Heads and Tails’ – Red Hen Productions. Directed by Frederick D Stephenson. 

Allison – ‘XMOOR’ – The Fyzz Facility. Directed by Luke Hyams. 

Sarah – ‘Endless’ – Directed by Ronnie McQuillan. 

Jennifer – ‘Red Light’ – Stay Beautiful Films. Directed by Brian Mulholland. 

‘NI Jobs’ – Street Monkey. 

Jess – ‘A Night Out’ – Directed Colin Graham. 

Amy – ‘Listen’ – NI Screen – David Moody. 



Mary Kelly – ‘Night At The Museum’ – C21 Theatre Company. Directed by Stephen Kelly. 

Mary – ‘The Shanty Man’ – Accidental Theatre – Megan Armitage. 

‘The Glass Bell’ – Kennedy and Turley. Directed by Finn Kennedy. 

Kathleen – ‘Aftermath’ – Directed by Pam Brighton. 

Ned – ‘Fast & Loose’ – Accidental Theatre. Directed by Andrea Montgomery. 

Joanna – ‘The Red Door’ – Directed by Gary Wilson. 

Scarlet – ‘Truth be Told. Directed by Andrew Penfold. 

Susan – ‘A Friends in Need’ – Directed by Gary Wilson. 

Daniella – ‘Job Interview’ – Accidental Theatre. Directed by Richard Lavery. 

Erin – ‘Text Life’ – Replay Theatre Company / Clinic Theatre. Directed by Janice Kernoghan. 

Tallulah – ‘Bugsy Malone’ – Hotch Potch – Neil Keery. 

Gwendowlyn -‘The Imprtance Of Being Earnest’ – Stella Adler Studios. Directed by Grace Kiley. 

Carol -‘Oleanna’ – Stella Adler Studios. Directed by Grace Kiley. 

Becca -‘The Rabbit Hole’ – Stella Adler Studios. Directed by Grace Kiley. 

Kali – ‘Truth Be Told’ – BID. Directed Ros Morgan. 


Accents & Dialects: (* = native).  Northern Irish* Southern Irish, General American, New York, Southern American, London General, South London, RP, Scottish, Polish, German. 


Additional Skills: 

Profesional Horse Rider, Stage Combat, Tri Athelete , Alto, Fluent Gaelige, Improvisation, Open Water Swimming, Cycle Racing, Writing and Directing. 

 Clean Driving Licence. 


Stella Adler Studios – Grace Kiley, Colm Chille Innishere -Trevor O Chlortaigh/Sim Mc Connigh, Black Bird Theatre. 


Anna Murphy

Anna Murphy


Height: 154cm

Hair Colour: Brown

Eye Colour: Blue

Age: 19




At Waters Edge, playing Chloe. (BBC Primetime Drama, 2011) 

The Man Who Invented Christmas, playing Tara/The Ghost of Christmas Past (Feature film, 2017)


Involved in multiple amateur Theatre Performances across Northern Ireland, including Eighty-Nine (playing Hettie Wolfe) , Little Women (playing Meg) West Side Story, Oklahoma!, Les Miserables. 


Attended The Shelley Lowry School studying Speech and Drama, Acting, Dance and Music Theatre.

Achieved Distinctions in all Speech and drama Examinations – Step One to Grade Eight with varying exam boards (LCM, LAMDA and TCL).

Achieved a Distinction in Grade six Music Theatre.


Accents & Dialects: (* = native).

Northern Irish*, Southern Irish, US – Standard, English, Northern English, RP, Cockney


Singing, Dancing