William Beck – Scott
Elaine Cassidy – Candy
Stephen Lord – Felix
Elizabeth McGovern – Donna
Lea Mornar – Mia
Rachael Stirling – Martha
Zoe Telford – Blossom
Karl Theobald – Spud

William Beck – Scott
‘Look I’m not fourteen anymore. I look at breasts when and where I choose.’
After appearing in Snatch, he came to prominence in BBC series Attachments. His TV credits include The Canterbury Tales & Fallen. Recently he has appeared on stage in Kes at the Royal Exchange, and Festen at the Lyric. He plays Lieutenant Bundy in C4’s ‘The Somme’, to be broadcast in November ’05.

Elaine Cassidy – Candy
‘I may not feel anything from the waist down, but if I did, I sure as hell wouldn’t want to feel it with you’
She came to attention opposite Bob Hoskins in Felicia’s Journey. Her other film credits include The Others and Disco Pigs, for which she won a Best Actress BIFA in 2002. Recently her television lead roles have included playing Hitler’s niece in ITV’s Uncle Adolf, Maud in BBC’s Fingersmith, and Amy Harris in Channel 4’s new cop show, The Ghost Squad, broadcast in November ’05.

Stephen Lord – Felix
‘I don’t want to hurt you, but it’s like there’s this creature inside me and all the time it’s screaming to get out’
His early roles were in Raining Stones and Judge Dredd. He has gone on to key roles in other films such as SW9 and the recent Frozen. His TV work includes Real Men, and the guest lead in BBC’s forthcoming Sea of Souls. He will soon be heard as the voice of Andrew Flintoff in the audiobook of the cricketer’s forthcoming autobiography.

Elizabeth McGovern – Donna
‘Silence can be a comfortable place, but it also can be a windowless room in a house without doors.’
Debuted in Ordinary People, nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress as Evelyn Nesbitt in Ragtime, and played opposite Robert de Niro in Once Upon a Time in America. Her numerous other films include The Wings of the Dove, The House of Mirth and Buffalo Soldiers. Recently at Chichester Theatre she was directed by Phylis Nagy in The Scarlet Letter.

Lea Mornar – Mia
‘The truth is Blossom, either you are a liar or you don’t care about that man you chopped up.’
A Croatian actress who has established a career in Germany with a variety of lead roles in TV and film, including Such mich nich, Check It Out, and more recently Kerstin Ahlrichs’ Nike.

Rachael Stirling – Martha
‘The Nazis killed a lot of different kinds of people from a lot of different countries for a lot of different reasons, and I don’t think we should be arguing over which kinds’
Her screen debut was in Still Crazy, and she went onto to take roles in Maybe Baby and Complicity. Her many TV roles have included Nan in Tipping the Velvet, the new Miss Marple, and the BBC’s forthcoming Riot at the Rite in which she plays Marie Rambert. In the recent National Theatre stage production of Theatre of Blood she played her mother Diana Rigg’s role Miranda Lionheart from Douglas Hickox’s original cult movie, and she is playing Zenocrate in Tamburlaine at the Bristol Old Vic and the Barbican in the autumn of ’05.

Zoe Telford – Blossom
‘I want to say sorry to a man called Michael Thompson. I’d like to find the courage to meet his family and say sorry. What happened to their son was every dominatrix’s worst nightmare, and I’m still in a lot of pain over it.’
She has taken lead roles in a variety of TV series: Men Only, Teachers, Real Men, two series of Absolute Power, and the forthcoming ITV series The Golden Hour. She played Eva Braun opposite Robbie Carlisle in Hitler: The Rise of Evil, and featured in Woody Allen’s Match Point. Recently she worked with Naomi Watts and Ed Norton in John Curran’s The Painted Veil.

Karl Theobald – Spud
‘If you’d met me four years ago, you’d have seen a hostile, insecure, and yeah – I’ll say it – a loser. Donna changed me. And she can change you too.’
Originally a stand-up, he took a major role in the C4 comedy series Green Wing, the second series to be broadcast in ’06. He has also taken the lead in Brett Foraker’s C4 short Buying Porn.