Meet Mack Newton who is playing Gabriel. Will he be taking Mike to Heaven or to Hell?
Mack trained at East 15 Acting School. He has worked both domestically and internationally, having spent extensive periods of time working in Italy, Germany, Poland and Malaysia.
Theatre/fringe credits in the UK include: Hippolytos (The Cockpit, UK; followed by Gardzienice & Teatr Polski, Poland); Classified (Theatre Royal Stratford East/Guildford Fringe); Salome (Lord Stanley); The Ruth Ellis Show (George Wood Theatre); The Gruffalo (Unit 10 Eventive); Jungle Jukebox (ZSL London Zoo); Jack & The Beanstalk (Rhodes Arts Complex); Uninhabited, Little Red Riding Hood, The Great Explorers League and You Me Bum Bum Train (all site specific); Friendly Fire, EA and Stop N Go (rehearsed readings). Mack was also part of a group of actors involved in workshopping What's She Like? with Headlong and Coney, has appeared in the web series Kill Day and in adverts for companies such as Microsoft.
Mack is an experienced sketch performer and improviser, and has performed at a number of festivals in the UK. He has also taught Ancient Greek theatre at Rose Bruford as part of Thiasos Theatre Company.
Meet Charlie Collicutt who is playing Areal, praying that Mike will choose the right path.
Charlie was born in Chester but, having been a part of an army family, has lived all over the world.
Charlie trained on the RADA Foundation Course as an actor, with the Award Winning Company in Comedy Improv, Monkey Toast, and is now part of the Improvised Comedy Group, Bad Whale. His credits include Jason in the Short Film “Love Lost” with CJJ Films, and most recently as Thomas in “Bull” with IDSA, in which he won the Clive Daley Award for Best Actor.
He enjoys Scuba diving, which he is professionally qualified in and is an almost obsessive dog lover, having three himself,
and will happily pant over their general awesomeness with anybody who throws him a bone on the subject.
This is his debut at the Camden Fringe Festival having previously performed at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Meet Sami Khadraoui who is playing Judas. He tries hard to stay in his master, Lucifer's good books!
Born in Switzerland where he has been trained as a professional performer, Sami Khadraoui is a versatile actor. Improv, singing, theatre, screen acting, he likes them all and that's why he never gets bored.
His credits include Titus Andronicus by Shakespeare which was shown in Théâtre du Grütli in Geneva, the lead role of Resestence! a french play which toured in Switzerland, Paris and internationally reknowned Festival d'Avignon, the lead role of Mamie, a short film supported by Swiss TV and inspired by Wes Anderson's universe and Martien (also supported by Swiss TV) a short film where Sami played the main character, a young deaf guy.
Sami is a very creative person and besides his actor's carreer, he also wrote and directed several
short films, wrote a play and just finished writing his first feature film.