KING (Michael) studied at the London Studio Centre and SMALL TIME OBSESSION
is his feature debut in a lead role. Previous film credits include appearances
in THE DOUGHNUT THEORY, FIRST LIPSTICK and THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS, directed
by Terry Jones.
JULIETTE CATON (Ali) made her acting debut at the age of eleven
as Young Eponine in Cameron Mackintosh's musical "Les Miserables".
Ten years later, she returned to star in another Cameron Mackintosh musical,
"Martin Guerre", but this time as the female lead opposite Iain
JASON MERRELLS (Chris) has worked extensively in the theatre as both actor and director and is best known for his role as Matt in the BBC's "Casualty". Last year, he completed work on his first Hollywood production, DO NOT DISTURB, alongside William Hurt, and was last seen in Channel 4's successful drama series "Queer as Folk" and the BBC drama series "Clocking Off".
OLIVER YOUNG (Steve) studied at the Birmingham School of Speech and Drama and has since appeared in numerous theatre and television productions, including "Bodyguards" for ITV. He has also appeared in a number of short films and made his feature debut in THE KILLING ZONE in 1998.
RICHARD BANKS (John) is known for his work as a presenter on Virgin Radio and his television work has included appearances on "Game On" and "ThiefTakers". He has written as well as starred in a number of short films and made his feature debut in THE KILLING ZONE in 1998.
KIRSTEN PARKER (Jackie) trained at the Welsh College of Music and Drama and has spent most of her early career in the theatre. She made her first television appearance in "In Suspicious Circumstances" for ITV and is now best known for her role as cult leader Ruth in "Coronation Street".
GILES WARD (Pope) is an experienced theatre and television actor and has appeared in a number of feature films including FACE, starring Ray Winstone and Robert Carlyle, and ID, directed by Philip Davis. He played his first leading role in THE KILLING ZONE in 1998.
JUREK JAROSZ (Mr Korczynski) was born in Poland and studied in Warsaw. His work has included theatre, cabaret, light entertainment and appearances in numerous Polish films. He arrived in England in 1970 and worked in Polish theatre in London. Film appearances since include the role of a Polish officer in COLDITZ.
TERESA NOWAKOWSKA (Mrs Korczynski) began her career with Radio
Free Europe and Voice of America before working with the BBC World Service
for over twenty years. In that time, she played leading roles in over
a hundred radio plays and became a well-known disc jockey in a weekly
programme broadcast to then communist Poland.
ANDREW TIERNAN (Mr Page) has appeared in a number of feature films,
including FACE, in which he starred opposite Ray Winstone and Robert Carlyle,
and has worked with some of the UK's most respected directors, including
Derek Jarman, Nic Roeg and Bill Forsyth.
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