Nick trained at Sylvia Young Theatre School and the National Youth Theatre. After taking a brief hiatus from acting to study medicine, he has rejoined the profession with vigour, and is currently applying to drama school.
Theatre includes "Macbeth" directed by Rupert Goold (Gielgud), "A Christmas Carol" directed by Stephen Unwin (Rose Theatre), "Antigone" (Shaw Theatre), "All in One" (Bloomsbury Studio), Tristan in "The Effect" (Bloomsbury Studio) and Tristram in "Tristram Shandy: Live at Scotland!" (EdFringe 2016) and "The Quick Nap" (EdFringe 2013). He is currently in rehearsals for a new play, "Passing Shadows", which performs this summer. Television includes "Basil Brush", "Casualty", "The Inspector Lynley Mysteries", and Channel 4 comedy pilot Party Pieces. Radio includes BBC Radio 4 play "The Word Man".
Melissa trained and worked as an Actor in New Zealand before moving to London in 2013.
Melissa was last seen on stage in "BU21" by Stuart Slade (November 2017), a KDC production.
She has a strong interest in contemporary writing.
This is Melissa's first production with Proforca Theatre Company and we are delighted to welcome her to the cast of Feel More and the family for this production!
You can catch Melissa on Spotlight at: https://www.spotlight.com/cv/4374-1204-8422
David Hepburn is a Scottish actor living in London. David has played lead and supporting roles in over 30 stage shows across the UK. Recently David performed in KDC Theatre's "BU21" at Barons Court Theatre in November 2017, and as The Creature in Nick Dear’s “Frankenstein” with Tower Theatre in January this year.
Twitter : @itsdavidhepburn
Kieran is 24 years old from Bedfordshire. He has been performing from the age of 6 all the way to graduating from ArtsEd's MA programme earlier this year. "Feel More" marks Kieran's theatre debut after graduating and he is delighted to join the team.
Kate O'Rourke is an Irish actress, theatremaker and voiceover artist. Classically trained at Shakespeare & Company in the US, with qualifications from LAMDA and Thames Valley University, Kate's recent stage work includes Inhuman Nature & Baby, part of SLAM at the Arcola and Homo Superior at Tristan Bates. Other theatre credits: 4.48 Psychosis, Dollhouse, Othello, C'est la Vie, Translations, By Mr Farquhar & Worsooz.
Originally from Wales, Catrin trained at The Academy Drama School London and has attended The Central School of Speech & Drama. Previous roles include Carol in Shakers, Justine Ross in Harper Regan, Pogo in Pond Life and has toured as Jack in a musical version of Jack and The Beanstalk. Catrin is an experienced voice over artist with a catalogue of work including continuity announcing, corporate and radio work as well as narration and voicing audio books. She has also had lead roles in various short films and corporate works as well as appearing on a number of reality and game shows.
Cat is a founder member of Proforca Theatre Company and originated the role of "Becky" in "If I Go" (May 2016) and the formidable Lady Bracknell in "The Importance of Being Earnest" (Sept 2017) Catrin also performed the role of "Karen" in our Feel workshops in 2017. Other roles include Producer and Costume Designer for "Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens" (Nov 2017) as well as contributing the piece entitled "Monster" to our production of "The Ballad of Reading Gaol" (Nov 2017 and July 2018)
Catrin’s dream role would be behind the bar in Coronation Street or in anything directed by Shane Meadows. (Even if it was an advert for toilet cleaner!)
Twitter : @catrinkeeler
Malcolm trained at Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance.
Theatre includes: Alice (Landor_Space). The Audience (Kenneth More Theatre), Lovestuck (The Cockpit), James Bonney MP (White Bear), Drowning on Dry Land (New Wimbledon theatre), Baby Girl Productions (Bread & Roses), Termination (Southwark Playhouse), Macbeth (The London Theatre), The Seagull (The London Theatre), The One (Lion & Unicorn), The Social Not work (Lion & Unicorn), The Laramie Project: 10 Years later.
Film includes: 'Good Grief', 'Lovebug', 'The Girls Were Doing Nothing', ‘Alan’, ‘The Victim’, ‘The Rest Cure’, ‘Final Command’, Body Clock’.