Cast Biogs


Lachlan read Classics at Oxford University, before training as an actor and director at the prestigious Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in New York.

He has founded and trained his own theatre company, and worked extensively in theatres across London, including the National Theatre.

In film, he has worked alongside Rupert Grint and David Kross in 'Into the White'; Shia LeBeouf and Aubrey Plaza in 'Charlie Countryman'; and Sebastian Koch in Mike Figgis' thriller 'Suspension of Disbelief'.

His television work includes Downton Abbey, Jo and Torchwood.

He is represented by Independent Talent Group.


Nora-Jane Noone began her acting career at seventeen with Peter Mullan’s award winning feature film The Magdalene Sisters. After which she completed a BSc Degree at the National University of Ireland, Galway before continuing her acting career in Neil Marshal’s critically acclaimed feature The Descent.

Since then her film credits have included Doomsday alongside Rhona Mitra and Adrian Lester; Brooklyn directed by John Crowley alongside Julie Walters and Saoirse Ronan, which premiered at Sundance Film Festival 2015.

Nora-Jane’s series regular roles in television have included Day of the Triffids for BBC1 opposite Dougray Scott and Joely Richardson; The Runaway for Sky One opposite Jack O'Connell; ongoing series Jack Taylor opposite Iain Glen and Atlantis for BBC1 opposite Jack Donnelly, Robert Emms and Mark Addy.

She made her theatre debut in the critically acclaimed Mixed Marriage directed by Sam Yates at the Finborough Theatre.

She is currently devising feature film Wild Fire with award winning director Cathy Brady.

She is represented by CAM London and Silver Lining Entertainment Managers in Los Angeles.


Nick Blood is an actor, director and producer. His acting credits for TV include Channel 4’s Babylon, Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Him & Her for BBC3. Nick’s theatre company, WE.BUY.GOLD won in competition with their debut show at the Old Vic New Voices Theatre 503 Award in 2009. He’s appeared on stage in the critically acclaimed Backbeat as the ‘fifth Beatle’ Stuart Sutcliffe and Women Beware Women at The National Theatre.

He is the co-founder and creative director of Good Best Better where he develops short films and TV series.


Michelle has had considerable success in a diverse range of roles across film, television and theatre. Most recently she played a guest lead role in the new series of Doctor Who on BBC1.

She also played the role of Tiger Lily in the RSC's production of Wendy And Peter Pan directed by Jonathan Munby until March 2014. She also recently took part in a rehearsed reading at the Royal Court for their New Plays From South Africa: 20 Years Of Democracy season.

She was critically-acclaimed for the lead role of Oya in Rufus Norris' Feast at the Young Vic.

Michelle was nominated for a Broadway World Award for Sunset Baby as Best Featured Actress in a Play and also for a Black Entertainment Film Fashion & Television Award (BEFFTA) for Best Actress in a Television Show in Monroe. She also received a Special mention in the Emerging Talent Category of the Screen Nation Awards.


Tony Way has worked in comedy, drama, acting, writing, television, film, stage and radio for over ten years. He has worked, performed and written with some of the biggest names in comedy including Ricky Gervais, Reeves & Mortimer, Paul Whitehouse, Sacha Baron-Cohen, Martin Freeman, Steve Coogan, Lucas and Walliams, Rhys Thomas. He has recently had a recurring role as Dontos Hollard in Game of Thrones.

Tony has had a long and fruitful collaboration with director Ben Wheatley having appeared in his debut film Down Terrace and subsequent films Sightseers and the upcoming High Rise.

He has also shared the big screen with Michael Gambon, Charles Dance, Dustin Hoffman, Johnny Depp, Daniel Craig, Rhys Ifans and most recently Tom Cruise. His recent film credits include Edge of Tomorrow, The Riot Club, Sightseers, and The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo.