The popular film and television actor Ben Craze trained at the Birmingham School of Speech and Drama. His West End appearances include Dancing at Lughnasa by Brian Friel at the Garrick Theatre and Royal National Theatre and Baby Doll by Tennessee Williams at the Lyttleton Theatre. His many screen credits include Wild West with Dawn French for the BBC, My Hero with Ardal O’Hanlon & Hugh Dennis for the BBC, Jonathan Creek with Alan Davis for the BBC, and The Bill for ITV.
Nicola Kelleher is an actress, author, and television presenter. She appeared with Eddie Izzard, Jim Broadbent, and Dame Judy Dench in the 2020 feature film Six Minutes to Midnight. She played lead roles in the TV series Stalkers Who Kill on CBS Reality and Netflix, as well as a lead role in the horror feature film Beyond Evil, along with featured roles in Welcome to Curiosity and The Smoke.
Malcolm Turner is an author, publisher, and the founder of Sunrise Publishing. He lives in Cowes with his wife, Sue, and an irascible Yorkshire Terrier called Toby. He is the author of The Honourable Member, Blueline (2017); Ari, Jackie & Maria, SunRise (2022) and UFFA—Yachting’s Eccentric Genius, SunRise (2023). His new play, UFFA, will be premiered at the Trinity Theatre, Cowes, in March 2024.