Team Labour

David Wayman

David was born on the 27th January in Enfield, North London, UK and spent his early education in and around Hertfordshire. At the age of 18, David began his Acting training at East 15 Acting School in East London. After a number of short films and theatre roles, David made his feature-film Début in British Zombie Movie 'The Dead Inside' . Following on from this, David was cast as 'Tom' in BAFTA winner Martin Gooch's film "Death - It's a Mystery" (2011) playing opposite Paul Freeman (Raiders of the Lost Ark, Hot Fuzz), Nick Moran (Lock Stock & Two Smoking Barrels) and Leslie Phillips (of "Carry On" fame). More recently, he has played lead roles in romantic comedy "Art Ache" and ghost story "Wandering Rose". Theatre Credits include the title role in "A Picture of Dorian Gray", Benedick in Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing" and Captain Phoebus in "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" to name a few.

Holly McFarlane

Holly trained as an actor at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, and is the Creative Producer of Red Squash Theatre Company.  She has previously worked with Spads Producer Ben Kent on sketch show Age of Enlightenment.

Theatre credits include: CHEW (Red Squash), THE AUTHOR'S VOICE (Rag Factory), INJURIES OF CLASS (Camden Fringe), RUMBLE (The Courtyard), ADAM'S EVE (Drayton Arms), OTHELLO (Camden Fringe), A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE (RCS/The Arches).

Film credits include: STREETS OF NARM (Brit It Films), A SENSATION NOVEL (Forducks Films), BITING POINT (JK Films), ALICE (JK Films), THE BLOKE CODE (Bald n Hairy Films), THE PRISONER'S DREAM (Oculum Films), EXIT STAGE LEFT (Beech House Productions).

Michaela Starck

Michaela comes from a musical theatre background training at The Arts Educational School, Tring and London School of Musical Theatre. After graduating she found her calling in comedy on both stage and screen. Spads is Michaela's welcome back debut to the industry after taking 2 years out to start a business in bridal fashion as well as writing her own sitcom. She is hoping that her return to the screen will stop everyone from crying and everyone in the land can finally be happy once again! 

Paul Davidson

Paul graduated with an MA in Screen Acting at the Drama Centre London. He also undertook the final year of the screenwriting pathway, where he wrote the graduate showcase piece "A Bunch of Love" .
Since then Paul has played Charlie, in "How To Make A Good First Impression", a Short Film that won its category at the Tribeca Film Festival. He has appeared on numerous fringe stages throughout London, including the Etcetera Theatre playing Borachio in "Much Ado" and The White Bear Theatre in where he playedFrancoise in "Days of the Commune". Heplayed Mike in the BAFTA nominated short film "Good Night"
Paul’s love for comedy means he is extremely excited to be part of Spadsespecially since it is his first web series. His TV credits include working at the BBC and numerous comedy pilots. He also has experience as a Stand Up Comedian.
Paul remains a keen writer for screen and stage, with some of his work being showcased around the world. Most recently winning best music video for "Witch in me" at The Winchester short film awards, also at the LA independent film awards, and a bronze medal at the Global Music Awards.
Currently Paul is co-starring in "The Cost of a Player"  a play dealing with issues of depression in football. In partnership with Tip of The Iceberg and the Premier League it will hopefully be touring the countries youth academies in the new 2016/17 season.

 

Team Tory

Charles Streeter

Charles studied for a BA in Acting for Film & Television at Arts Educational in London. After graduating two years ago, Charles has worked in a variety of adverts, fringe shows and shorts films. He has landed his first feature role in a vampire thriller which is shooting Summer 2016. He has previously worked with writer/director Nick Hilton on the web-series The Magic Circle

Evelyn Lockley

Evelyn trained at Arts Ed, in London.
Theatre includes; Gingerbread and The Iliad Live (as part of the Greek Season at The Almeida Theatre), Glass Boys (The Arcola Theatre), The School for Scheming (The Orange Tree Theatre), Othello (Barons Court Theatre), Hay Fever and Sweet Revenge (Paul Taylor Mills and Bill Kenwright Summer Repertory Season at Theatre Royal Windsor), Desolate Heaven and Lest We Forget (Theatre 503).
Film credits include; If Only Alice Could, Telephone Me, London Bridges Falling Down.
Evelyn is due to start filming The Lady in the Park soon. 

Scott Westwood

Scott trained at RADA in London.
Theatre includes: Circa, The Window, We Just Keep Going, Inigo, The Merchant of Venice, Arabian Nights, Midsummer Night's Dream and many more.
Film includes: The Stuff of Legend, Tangere, and the web-series Masterdate.

Sophie MacKenzie

Sophie MacKenzie is an actor and music-person based in London. She regularly performs in West Avenue Theatre's quarterly "Briefs", a night of short comedy new writing; has done the odd student film and appeared in April Tower's music video "A Little bit of Fear". She is also member of all female comedy troupe The Well Behaved Women and has toured Shakespeare in Italy with Quite Right Theatre company. Sophie is a multi-instrumentalist playing in bands Finish Flag, Don't Die and Matagot.
 

With guest appearances by: Hannah Matheson, Kyle Eaton, Ben Kent, Ewen Macintosh and many more!

(Full bios coming soon!)