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     Andrea Demetriades

Originally from Perth, Andrea studied Dance at the Western Academy of Performing Arts, and Communications and Cultural Studies at Curtin University before being accepted into the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA).

During her time at Curtin University she worked backstage and acted in various productions, with roles such as Hermia in A Midsummer Nights Dream, Beatrice in Cenci and was the storyteller in Rudyard Kipling's Just So, a children's show which played at Perth Zoo.

Andrea also taught for the Perth-based dance group Zephyros, and has completed her Commonwealth Society of Teaching Dance (CSTD) dance syllabus exams.

Her roles in NIDA productions included playing Alice in Closer, Olga in Three Sisters, and Kerry in Don's Party.

Since graduating from NIDA with a Bachelor of Dramatic Art (Acting) degree in 2006, Andrea has been in numerous stage and screen productions, including Sold at the The Old Fitzroy Theatre in Sydney directed by John Sheedy, Bell Shakespeare's Actors At Work directed by John Sheedy, Brisbane Playwrighting Conference directed by Chris Meade, Helly's Magic Cup at SATC directed by David Mealor, on TV in All Saints.

In 2009, Andrea appeared in Bell Shakespeare's Pericles, directed by John Bell, for which she was nominated for a 2009 Green Room Award. During 2010, Andrea toured Australia in Bell Shakespeare's Twelfth Night.

Subsequently, Andrea starred in the Australian television drama series Crownies for ABC1, appeared as Juliet in Bell Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet at the Brisbane Festival, played Eliza Doolittle in Pygmalion at the Sydney Theatre Company, and was in the Crownies spin-off Janet King.

2015 sees Andrea on the stage in George Bernard Shaw’s Arms and the Man at the Sydney Opera House, on TV in The Principal, and on the cinema screen starring as Eve in the movie Alex & Eve.

     Don Christopher

Don Christopher grew up in Adelaide and performed in many productions and musicals throughout his school years.

Between 1996 and 1999, he travelled between Asia and America competing in the ITF Junior and Men's Tennis Circuits. Settling back home, Don pursued his passion for music, writing, performing and recording for various professional and amateur musicians, bands and solo artists in Adelaide and Melbourne.

In 2002 he lived in Los Angeles, training in martial arts and fight choreography at the Los Angeles Inosanto Academy. From LA, Don moved to Hong Kong to perform a season in the traditional Wild West Stunt Show at Hong Kong's Merry Land Theme Park.

In 2003, Don was accepted into the Centre of Performing arts (CPA), and completed two years there before accepting a place at NIDA in 2005. Straight out of NIDA, Don was cast in Channel Ten's The Informant directed by Peter Andrikidis, appeared in Packed to the Rafters, All Saints, the TV pilot Entertainment Eye, and starred in the musical comedy Risky Lunar Love at the CarriageWorks Theatre. Don has appeard in ABC’s Crownies and At Home With Julia, and in the Steven Spielberg Production Terra Nova as Karem McMillen.

Don was the face of the Grant Burge wine campaign, and has been labelled one of the 30 Hottest South Aussies.

     Eve Morey

Majoring in Drama and Media Studies, Eve undertook a Bachelor of Arts Degree at Deakin University and completed a one-year Foundation course at the Victorian College of the Arts, before being accepted into NIDA.

At NIDA, Eve's roles included Nola in The Boys, Sonya in Uncle Vanya and Jody in Don's Party.

Eve played the character of Lucy Green on the Channel Nine children's show Pig's Breakfast (1998-2000), and has appeared on All Saints and Home and Away.

Her stage credits include Last One Standing at The Old Fitzroy Theatre,Tiger Country at the Griffin Theatre Company, and Holding the Man at the Melbourne Theatre Company.

In early 2009, Eve played battered wife Fiona in the classic The Removalists at the Sydney Theatre Company, was the voice of Doowee McAdam in the Sally Bollywood animated TV series, and is now in the TV series "Neighbours" in the role of Sonya Rebecchi.


Maurizio Degliesposti

Maurizio is a graduate of the Actors College of Theatre and Television (ACTT) with an Advanced Diploma in Performance Practice. He has participated in acting masterclasses with directors Kate Woods and Peter Andrikidis.

Roles in ACTT productions included Lopakhin in The Cherry Orchard, Willy Loman in Death Of A Salesman, and John Proctor in The Crucible.

Since graduating in 2007, Maurizio's stage credits include Mr Wolf in Glutton For Punishment as part of The Journey Into Sin, and a number of starring appearances in Short + Sweet plays from 2007 to 2009, including winning Best Actor Runner-Up in 2007 for Hope Fades But The Duck Never Dies, which was selected to be performed in front of an 800+ audience at the Gala Final at Sydney's Seymour Centre.

On screen, Maurizio has appeared in TV commercials, music videos, a number of short films, and in Underbelly: A Tale of Two Cities and in Gangs of Oz.


Ben Davy-Thorburn

Ben is a graduate of Theatre Nepean (University of Western Sydney).

He studied the Meisner Technique at The Actors Pulse, and has completed numerous courses at NIDA, including Acting with Sam Worthington.

Ben's skills include stage combat, performing Shakespeare, and acrobatics.

Ben has appeared on TV in Home and Away and Packed To The Rafters, on stage including Theatre Nepean's Henry the Sixth, and in TV commercials and music videos.

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