Todd hails from the great nation of New Zealand, where he "studied" acting for 3 years. His claim to fame is being in the movie King Kong, and being within spitting distance of Adrian Brody and Colin Hanks. He also had roles on TV shows Shortland Street (think Home & Away with Kiwi accents), Miss Fishers Murder Mysteries, and in the Tropfest finalist film "Shotgun Wedding". Not happy just being labeled an actor, Todd can also hold a tune, and has been in productions of Les Miserables and Spring Awakening. This is Todd's first foray into the webseries world, and has enjoyed bringing Dave to life.
Twitter - @todd_morgan
Instagram - @teo_double_dee
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Ella trained as an actor at the Victorian College of the Arts. She has worked in NSW, QLD, Victoria the Northern Territory and New Zealand as an actor, theatre maker, producer and drama tutor. Her acting credits include work for Queensland Theatre Company, Darwin Theatre Company, JUTE, Darwin Festival, ArtBackNT, Optic Nerve Performance Group, Melbourne Fringe Festival, National Gallery of Victoria & La Mama; as well as work in film, TV, voice overs and for the corporate sector.
Ben was born in Lincolnshire, UK, and now lives in Manly, NSW after emigrating from London in 2010. He discovered a passion for acting at university and has recently been able to return to it after a break whilst also juggling a career in the Financial Services industry.
Alongside Dave Plus One Ben has been involved in a number of film productions (both shorts and feature), stage, music video, modelling and TVCs.
He is currently working on the feature film 'Redemption' as leading man.
Many moons ago, an astral sun particle fell from the heavens and gently landed into the rivers Tigris and Euphrates. After flowing upstream, it made its way into the fishing net of a Bedouin mystic. This seed of life passed through the hands of countless generations of bush doctors, shamanic healers and medicine men. To the rhythm of the beating desert drum, this seed, at last, was sown in the fertile soils of Somerset. Nine months of incubation saw this seed blossom into the flower child that is Naser Ali. Nurtured in the home of Shakespeare, but destined to roam, this Nomadic wanderer has crossed many oceans and lands, his sails filled with the roar of the conquering lion of Jah. Following the song of the great spirit, the Poet of Baghdad found his gypsy caravan making landfall in Gadigal country. It was here, in this great southern land, that he knew he could finally realise his ambitions to be a small time actor in a web series.
Now that this chapter of his life has been completed, with his long flowing hair, Semitic nose, biblical beard and messiah complex in tow, he thought it fitting to move up the coast, following in the footsteps of Christ to begin his Jesus training.
He now lives in Byron shire studying carpentry.
He also wants to learn to ride a motorbike.
Christ on a bike!
Eleanor graduated from NIDA (Acting) in 2013. During her studies her roles included Desdemona in Othello and Varya in The Cherry Orchard. She was also awarded The Australian Voice Association’s Student Encouragement Award (2013) and teaches Voice on the NIDA full-time Acting course alongside NIDA Open Program.
Eleanor was a founder of Painted Tree, and co-creator of their original work 2880 Minutes Late. Since graduating Eleanor has appeared as Voice 2 in Fewer Emergencies(NIDA Graduating Directors Program), Details Unknown (Penguin Plays Rough and Unhappen), Lady Sneerweel in The School for Scandal (New Theatre), and as Catherine in State Theatre Company of South Australia’s critically acclaimed Neighbourhood Watch directed by Julian Meyrick. She was also a collaborator and performer in Subtlenuance’s third instalment of the Table Talk Trilogy, And Now To Bed. In 2014 Eleanor travelled to London where she trained with world-renowned Nadine George on Shakespeare's text and the voice. Eleanor’s screen work includes several short films, corporate video and eHarmony’s Déjà vu Date commercial.
In 2016, Eleanor will be touring the country as one of the Bell Shakespeare Players bringing Shakespeare’s work to schools as well as the Sydney Opera House, Melbourne Arts Centre, and Perth Octagon Theatre.
Tara is an actor, published playwright, director, set builder, lamp fashioner and maker of stuff.
In 2013 she co-founded theatre company Two Peas. Her most recent theatre work includes the Australian premier of Jez Butterworth’s Jerusalem, nominated for 7 Sydney Theatre Awards in 2014. The same year she wrote and directed Jennifer Forever, which was described as a, "...thought provoking piece of theatre, such a brave and bold accomplisment."**
Her favourite plays include After Miss Julie by Marber and Saved by Bond.
Her dream role is to play Sylv in Berkoff’s East.