The Late Bus - Camden Cast

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Sophie Walton

Sophie graduated with a degree in Drama and Theatre Arts from the University of Birmingham and completed her Masters at East 17 Acting School in 2007. Credits include; Supernatural at the Lion and Unicorn, Tis Pity She’s a Whore at the White Bear, Rosie in Doggerland at the Barons Court Theatre and Catherine Seward in Mist After Dracula.

Ryan Spencer Wilson

Graduated from the City Lit in 2007, prior to becoming an actor he was a professional musician for ten years playing with The Murder Barn. Credits include the short film Je Suis Daddy for Blacklight Productions and Detective Dunbar at Elstree Studios.

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Billy Sy

Originally from Hong Kong Billy graduated from the Central School of Speech and Drama with a Distinction in the ACTL Diploma in Musical Theatre. Credits include: Typhoon 5 (Soho Theatre), Branded (the Old Vic) and Heartquake (The Royal Court).

Adam Mendelsohn

Adam trained at Central School of Speech and Drama. West End credits: Original West End Cast of Naked Boys Singing 2009-2010 (Arts Theatre), Nunsense A-Men 2010 (Arts Theatre).Other Theatre: Naked Boys Singing (Kings Head), Benny in Rent (Broadway Theatre), title role in Alfie (Barons Court), Lee Harvey Oswald in Hey Jack! The Opera (Arcola) Chris in Too Much Punch for Judy (UK Tour), Ryan in Viva La Faff - A musical sitcom - episodes 1-6 (Canal Cafe Theatre). Television and Film: Guest Performer on This Morning (ITV), James Donson in Crimewatch UK Reconstruction (BBC), Adam in Adam’s First Day (Outtakes).

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Jeremy Donovan

Jeremy graduated with a BA Hons in Drama from the University of Northampton in 2004. He began in his career in children’s theatre and pantomime and has also worked extensively in Theatre In Education as a writer, performer and facilitator. He completed the post graduate course in acting at the London Centre for Theatre Studies in 2007. Jeremy is an activist for women's rights and a Pink Singer. He's also a founder member of Give It Some Room. H ealso collaborated on the short film Glass Flowers.

Stewart Dunseith

Stewart originally trained at Mountview and after a career break completed the post graduate course in acting at the London Centre for Theatre Studies. He has appeared in a number of short films and music videos and toured as Trofimov in The Cherry Orchard with Kolectiv Theatre in Northern England and Serbia. He played Rosamonde in Dangerous by Tom Smith and the Actor and the Handy Man in Seduction by Peter Bull at Above The Stag.

Lighting Designer (UEA), Adam Burns

Adam has worked in theatre since 1993 as a stage manager, production manager and lighting designer. He has stage managed for Barefaced Cheek, Midsommer Actors Company, Anything Else Theatre Company, Creation Theatre Company, Oxford, Legoland and Epsilon Productions and at the King’s Head theatre. Lighting designs include: Sweeney Todd, Antigone and Hippolytus, Hogrips and Hairwarts, Medea, Dracula , The Railway Children Flopstar, Twelfth Night, Grease, Prettiest Friend, And then they came for me, Alice, The Tempest, Fun Like Stalingrad, Hung Up, Cock a Doodle Dandy and a Bloodless Field . He is also the technical consultant and resident lighting designer to several small companies and specialises in site specific work.

Sound Designer, Jinyi (Fion)Tang

Originally from Beijing Jinyi graduated from the University of Bedfordshire in 2007 with a BA in Media Production and went on to complete an MA in Sound Design and Music for Performance at the Central School of Speech and Drama.