Cast and Crew
CastStephen Hope-Wynne Daniel Jordan Rory Wilton
CrewLuke Hagan Corina Skerritt Michele Bromley
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Stephen’s facial, physical and vocal versatility has earned him a busy career spanning principle and character roles in modern and classical works in all entertainment and communication media from worldwide chocolate commercials to art house film, in genres from Shakespeare to viral comedy.
As he is known for creating odd yet charming and humorous studies, incorporating visual grammar, he can also be considered ‘a wild card in the pack’ for his more complex and mature strengths among Casting and Director circles. Stephen appeared in Munsur Ali's Shongram with Asia Argento and Anupham Kher. He has also recently appeared as Reid in Psychotic by Johnny Johnson.
William 'Bill' Kneebone
Daniel studied at Drama Studio London and made his professional debut with Wet Paint theatre in Planet Suicide to rave reviews. His theatre work has included the role of Harlequin in The False Servant at the Shakespeare Globe and the lead role of Joseph Goebbels at The Kings Head.
TV and film work includes Harry & Cosh (Channel 5), John kelly in Jack the Ripper (Channel 5), a lead role in Molly Crows -a low budget horror feature that won the Portobello Film festival award for "Best Drama" and lead villain in Bane-Winner Best Film " LA Shriek-fest 2009".
Daniel will soon be seen playing the role of Dr Nick on the Biog Channel. He has also been scheduled to play the lead role in NUMB -a movie to be shot in Norway.
Rory Wilton graduated from The Hub Theatre School in 1992. He joined Bedlam Theatre Company of Cornwall later that year, becoming Co-Artistic Director with Emma Spurgin Hussey in 1994, touring new writing productions nationally. He started working in film and TV during the late 1990's, and joined the cast of Doc Martin in 2009 as regular character Chippy Miller. He can be seen in UK cinemas in the award-winning The Fold, directed by John Jencks; in the soon to be released Siren Song, directed by Benjamin Smart; and as Tommy in ABC networks new US comedy series Galavant, directed by Chris Koch and written by Dan Fogelman. In 2015 he can be seen in the role of Richard Tonkin in Mammoth Screen's new adaptation of Poldark for the BBC, directed by Ed Bazelgette and William McGregor.
Luke J. Hagan
Writer & Director
Luke is a graduate of the University of Exeter, where he gained a Bachelors degree in History and Archaeology and a Masters degree in Film Studies. Whilst obtaining his Masters degree he volunteered at the Exeter Phoenix Arts Centre, helping behind the scenes in the Digital wing whilst immersing himself in independent film and learning the practical aspects of filmmaking. He has since established himself as a freelance editor and camera operator, working under the name Candylad Productions. His freelance career had seen him work on exciting projects for some of the best known national and international brands in roles as diverse as motion graphics artist and skiing cameraman. In addition to corporate work Luke has also worked on a diverse range of feature films, music videos and shorts, for which he has won several awards. All in the Valley is his debut feature film.
Corina is a graduate of the Film Council funded Second Light training scheme. Since completing her training she has worked on a number of award winning short films and music videos. She has also had roles on several successful feature films including Dark Tide starring Halle Berry, and the latest James Bond film, Skyfall. All in the Valley is her first feature film in the role of producer.
Hair and Make-up
Michele has been a make up artist for many years, her work involves anything from beauty and fashion to full on special effects, her work takes her not only around the country but all over the world on events such as the MTV Europe Music Awards and the Laureus Sports Awards. She has been working for the last 4 years at ITV London Studios for Good Morning Britain where she is part of a team making up the presenters and guests. Recently she worked on another film called 'Caring For The Recently Deceased' with Sue Johnston and Melanie Walters and 2 TV Drama series currently in production 'Poldark' and 'Wolf Hall'
|Stephen Hope-Wynne||Joesph Ballam|
|Daniel Jordan||William 'Bill' Kneebone|
|Richard Pawulski||James Tallack|
|Rory Wilton||Uther Tallack|
|Michael Terry||Mr. Lincoln|
|Emma Spurgin Hussey||Elizabeth Ballam|
|Elizabeth Stewart||Cornish Woman|
|James Coard||Gideon Tallack|
|Jack Langley||Pentar Heylar|
|Kate Entwistle||Farm girl|
|Leif Townsend||Rotting Corpse|
|Shaw Grose||Dead man|
|Luke J. Hagan||Writer & director|
|Jim Hagan||Executive Producer|
|Carole Hagan||Executive Producer|
|Michele Bromley||Hair and Make-up|
|Jack Langley||Camera Assistant|
|Leif Townsend||Production Assistant/stills|
|Simon Norman||Sound Recordist|
|Corina Skerritt||Assitant Director|
|James Coard||Production Assistant|
|Martyn Hedges||Production Assistant|
|Kate Hagan||Catering Assitant|
|Luke J. Hagan||Editor|
|Billy Mahoney Jr.||Dialogue Editor|
|Arran Mahoney||Sound Effects Editor|
|Martin Gimson||ADR Recordist|
|Mahoney Audio Post||Audio Post-production|
|Keeley Hire||Prop supplier|
|Cutting Edge Combat||Replica firearms supplier|