Kevin Bishop is the star of Channel 4’s “The Kevin Bishop Show” and he has also starred in the Channel 4 comedy sketch shows “Dogface”, “Spoons” and “Star Stories”. His BBC credits include “Hotel Babylon”, “Love Soup”, “According to Bex”, “In Deep”, “Casualty”, “Dangerfield”, “Silent Witness” and “My Family”.
NEIL LaBUTE (Writer, Director, Playwright) received his Master of Fine Arts degree in dramatic writing from New York University and was the recipient of a literary fellowship to study at the Royal Court Theatre.
Films include: In the Company of Men (New York Critics’ Circle Award for Best First Feature, Filmmakers’ Trophy at the Sundance Film Festival), Your Friends and Neighbors, Nurse Betty, Possession, The Shape of Things – a film adaptation of his play by the same title – and The Wicker Man, starring Nicolas Cage. LaBute’s current film project is titled Lakeview Terrace and stars Samuel L. Jackson. It will be released in fall 2008.
Plays include: bash: latter-day plays, The Shape of Things, The Distance From Here, The Mercy Seat, Autobahn, Fat Pig, This Is How It Goes, Some Girl(s), Wrecks, In a Dark Dark House, and this Spring Manhattan Class Company will present the world premiere of Reasons To Be Pretty, directed by Terry Kinney.
LaBute is the author of several fictional pieces that have been published in The New Yorker, The New York Times, Harper’s Bazaar, and Playboy among others. A collection of his short stories was published by Grove/Atlantic in October 2004.
Robert Webb Television credits include: Peep Show, That Mitchell & Webb Look (BAFTA winner 2007), The Smoking Room, My Family, Bruiser and People Like Us.
Film credits include: Magicians & Confetti.
Theatre credits include: The Two Faces of Mitchell & Webb, Progress in Flying Machines, The Mitchell & Webb Clones and The Seagull.
Radio credits include: Three series of That Mitchell & Webb Sound (BBC) and Wild Things.
Ella Smith Television credits include: Sold, Cape Wrath and Strictly Confidential
Stage credits include: The Pockets Orchestra (for The Ambassador Theatre Group at the Trafalgar Studios) and The Jews (Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre). Theatre whilst training at The Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art includes Road, A Chorus of Disapproval, Follies and The Glory of Living.
Radio Credits: Winner of the Carlton Hobbs BBC Radio Competition. A season at BBC radio included 84 Charing Cross Road, The Sea, The French Lieutenants Woman and Portrait of a Madonna.
Joanna Page Television credits include: Gavin & Stacey, Love Soup, To The Ends of the Earth, Making Waves, The Cazalet Chronicles and David Copperfield.
Film credits include: Stephen Poliakoff’s Gideon’s Daughter, Richard Curtis’ Love Actually, From Hell, Mike Figgis’ Miss Julie and Very Annie Mary.
Stage Credits include: What The Butler Saw (Hampstead and West End), Aladdin (Old Vic), Billy Liar (for ATG), Camera Obscura (Almeida), The Myasteries and The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (NT).
Radio credits include: An Ideal Husband, Bleak Expectations, The Mysteries and Villette.