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Miles Szanto

Miles Szanto

 

 

Miles Szanto as Mik

Miles Szanto is an Australian actor who has been performing professionally for a little over 10 years. He has completed extensive training as a performer at The McDonald College, Australian Theatre for Young People and Brent Street Talent Development High School, and in 2008 was invited to attend the prestigious Atlantic Acting School, founded by David Mamet and William H. Macy in New York City

In 2001 he was cast in THE WIZARD OF OZ for SEL & GFO and also appeared on the Australian Cast Recording. The following year he scored a role in the Sam Mendes production of OLIVER THE MUSICAL (CamMac/IMG) and his talent has since been recognized in the Film/TV industry.

In 2003 Miles appeared in the television series SNOBS, for which he gained an AFTI award nomination, for Best New Young Talent. Following that he was given numerous presenting opportunities, such as K-ZONE TV, STUDIO DISNEYand AMTV (which he hosted every week day morning from 7-9, for over a year).

Miles later appeared as Marcus in Series 2 of the award winning LOVE MY WAY and the following year returned to reprise his role in Series 3.

In 2007/08 Miles appeared in the lead role as Kuru in Jonathan M Shiff's action/adventure series THE ELEPHANT PRINCESS which has be seen on television screens worldwide and returns to screens for series 2 in 2010. In 2008 he co-created and acted in a short film named IDEALISME and was subsequently awarded a Robin Anderson Award for Best Acting in a Short Film and the grand title of Best Film.

 

 
 

Xavier Samuel

Xavier Samuel

 

 

Xavier Samuel as Dan

Xavier Samuel is a talented up and coming Australian actor who grew up in Adelaide and graduated from Flinders University Drama Centre in 2005 where he played Hamlet in the graduate production.

Xavier has since worked extensively in film playing the central characters in the feature films SEPTEMBER, directed by Peter Carstairs (2007) official selection of the Toronto International Film Festival, and NEWCASTLE (2008), directed by Dan Castle, with a world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival.

Xavier's other film credits include the short feature ANGELA'S DECISION (2007) directed by Mat King and '2:37' directed by Murali K. Thalluri selected for the Cannes Film Festival (2006) - Un Certain Regard and Toronto Film Festival (2006).

THE LOVED ONES, directed by Sean Byrne, is due for release in 2009 and his latest film ROAD TRAIN, directed by Dean Francis is due out in 2010. Xavier is will soon be seen in "ECLIPSE" the third instalment of the successful TWILIGHT SAGA.

 
 

Tess Haubrich

Tess Haubrich

 

 

Tess Haubrich as Phaedra

Model turned actress, Tess Haubrich made her mark on acting with the NIDA Youth Programme.

As a model, Tess has been seen world wide including Paris Fashion Week; Hong Kong Fashion Week and Sydney Fashion Week. She is the face of Sportsgirl for Fall 2009. Tess has trained at the Young Actor's Studio at NIDA (National Institute for Dramatic Arts), and at the Actor's Studio in Sydney.

In 2008 Tess appeared in a lead role in the Screen Australia short drama VINYL, directed by Ashleigh Fairfield.

 
 

Bren Foster

Bren Foster

 

Bren Foster as Tommy

Bren Foster is a Sydney based actor and is also recognized as one of the World's most elite martial arts experts. In 2009 Bren featured in the role of Jamal, in the Australian feature film CEDAR BOYS, directed by Serhat Caradee (Templar Films), opposite Rachel Taylor.

Bren has had recurring roles in successful television series SEA PATROL (Nine Network Australia), THE STRIP (Nine Network Australia) and EAST WEST 101 (ABC). Prior to that, he starred in the television pilot TRAVELLING WARRIOR and the feature film SHADOW OF SIN. Additional credits include the two hour special FIGHT SCIENCE for the National Geographic Channel and EXTREME MARTIAL ARTS for the Discovery Channel.

Bren is currently contracted to Sony for a PlayStation game LA NOIR. Bren is a Theatre Nepean Graduate.