I’VE HEARD THIS BEFORE (AGAIN)

Due to unforeseen circumstances we have recast two of the roles for our latest short film, I’ve Heard This Before. We would like to introduce:-

ISABELLA INCHBALD

After a first class degree in Spanish from the University of Bristol and a two year diploma at Drama Studio London, Isabella won the BBC Carleton Hobbs Award, which led to a five month contract with the BBC Radio Rep Company. The Observer described her as “remarkable” as Roxanne in the wartime drama ‘Velvet Blackout’, and she performed in over 30 other plays and series alongside actors including Bill Nighy and Lenny Henry. As a singer, she has an ear for accents and successfully played a lead Canadian role opposite three native Canadian actors in Margaret Attwood’s ‘The Robber Bride’. Since the BBC, she has recorded 9 audiobooks, including playing Jane Austen’s Emma in a dramatisation narrated by Emma Thompson for Audible. She recently performed at venues such as the Bunker Theatre, and the Hope Theatre where she was described as “a real stand out” and “utterly hilarious [with] fantastic timing”.

LOUIS HILL

Louis Hill is a BA acting graduate of Rose Bruford College and has been acting professionally since the age of 16. He’s performed in productions from short films to nationwide commercials and is also currently writing multiple projects.

 

We would also like to welcome back:-

RICHARD KIESS

Richard Kiess trained at Bretton Hall. Screen credits include: The Honeymoon, The Mishap (Square Cat Films). Terrorist (Signature Pictures). Nature’s Way (TPaynter). Alan Carr’s Chatty Man. Six From Eight (Ducktrain Collective). I Do Not Sleep (Sophie Monks-Kaufmann). Hello/Goodbye (Michael Rolt). Graphic (6pm Studios). Act I (Dimensions Films). Wall Posts (Met Film). Confessions Of A Murderer (Beautiful Things Productions).

Theatre credits include: Stick Man (Leicester Square Theare/SCAMP). We Can Be Heroes (Sometimes We Play). Twelfth Night, As You Like It, Othello, The Malcontent (Custom/Practice). No Man’s Land (Glass Eye Theatre). The Collision of Things, Kin (Move To Stand Theatre). You Obviously Know What I’m Talking About (How It Ended Productions). Lost in the Wind (Lost Spectacles).
“Richard Kiess delivers a faultless comic performance” – Time Out

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