Ben’s screen credits include the feature films Dingo, Lantana, Drift, Foreshadow, and Pinch which recently won Best Feature at the WA Screen Awards. On television he has appeared in Cloudstreet, Home & Away and McLeod’s Daughters – for which he received a Logie nomination. In 2014 he won the Blue Room Theatre Award for Most Outstanding Individual Performance, and the folllowing year, received his second nomination in the Performing Arts Western Australia Awards.
Since graduating from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts in 2009, Shannon has appeared on TV in Packed to the Rafters, Puberty Blues, the ABC’s Devil’s Dust, the BBC’s Dripping In Chocolate and most recently in Channel Nine’s hit series Love Child. Shannon made her feature film debut with her critically acclaimed performance Wolf Creek 2.
Ainslie is a Sydney based actress and voice over artist who graduated from The Actors Centre in 2005. Her television credits include All Saints, and Love My Way. Her recent film credits include Felony, West, and Talk to Someone. Recent theatre credits include Tom Stoppard’s The Real Thing, the Sydney Premier of Christopher Durangs Why Torture Is Wrong And The People Who Love Them, Jonathon Gavin’s A Moment On The Lips, Top Girls, MayDay Playwrights Festival, and Fire.
One of Australia’s most prolific actresses, Jeanie is best known to audiences for her critically acclaimed role of Betty Heslop in Muriel’s Wedding – and was nominated for the Australian Film Institute Awards for that performance. A familiar face to television viewers around the world, Jeanie’s extensive credits include starring roles in such long-running and popular Australian series as Chopper Squad, Class of ’74, the mini-series Pastures of the Blue Crane, and the internationally renowned prison saga, The Prisoner. Her many film credits include They’re a Weird Mob, Soft Fruit and Paperback Hero. Most recently Jeanie was a guest on the new ABC comedy/drama RAKE along side Richard Roxburgh.
Leigh is an untrained, award-nominated actor who has been working in theatre and television for years. His most recent credits include Trainspotting, for which he received rave reviews for his versatile portrayal of multiple characters. On television, he has appeared on Home and Away, All Saints, Catching Milat, and East West 101, among others. He was nominated for Best Newcomer at the Sydney Theatre Awards for Stella by Starlight at the Ensemble Theatre.
Seaton studied acting at Screenwise College. In 2011 he started performing stand up comedy, which eventually led to two working on The Roast (ABC2), where he played various supporting characters. He continues to write, produce and act in short films, sketch comedy, theatre performances and performs stand up comedy on a regular basis in Sydney.
Steve is an actor, writer, director and possibly the most used face in Australian TV commercials. He has appeared in All Saints, Always Greener and Home and Away. His most recent roles were in The Code for ABC TV, and the independent feature film The Tail Job. He wrote the full length play, Leaves, which won Best Fringe Comedy by Sydney Arts Guide in 2015. He won the Best Film and Best Actor Awards in the recent SF3 SmartFone Flick Fest for The LSD Man, a short film he wrote and directed.
Ron Smyck is best known for being a character actor on a number of television commercials, most recently AAMI, Wotif, Telstra & Berocca. He has appeared on television in the second series of ABC’s The Code. A graduate of the National Institute of Dramatic Arts, he has also starred in a handful of short films – including Plastic Smiles for the Sydney Film School and Harm.