Hi, my name is Tessa Stephenson and I'm an actor.

In 2010 I finished my training at Dutch drama school De Trap in Amsterdam. Since graduating I’ve worked as an actress in the theatre and for film and television. Besides my work as an actress I also frequently provide voice-overs for television and radio commercials, documentaries and corporate films. Over the past few years I’ve had parts in several television series, including Keizersvrouwen (AVROTROS), Divorce (RTL 4) Verborgen gebreken (NET 5), What’s Up? (NTR) and Always the funniest (VARA humor TV) and A little less conversation (Media Brothers/NTR). In the theatre, I’ve performed with various companies, including the Amsterdam BosTheater, the Dutch Comedy Theatre and with Orange Tea Theatre. Most recent theatre roles include Suzannah in Becky Shaw (Actors Anonymous) and Sophie in WET (Screw Productions).
Before graduating from drama school, I obtained my Master's degree in Theatre, Film and Television Studies from Utrecht University. 

Hi, my name is Bryony Cole and I'm an actor.

I am an actress, voiceover artist, writer and producer from Sheffield, England and based in Amsterdam. I trained at Drama School in London and since graduating have performed in numerous theatrical productions including Women Of Unsound Mind, (Theatre N16) The Rules Of Inflation (Balloons Theatre), One Man, Two Gunners at Het Amsterdam Theaterhuis, Antigone (International Theater Amsterdamand The Ingenious Mind in collaboration with Toneelgroep Amsterdam. I’ve enjoyed performing internationally, including productions at the Edinburgh Fringe, Prague Fringe and Amsterdam Fringe Festival. I have also acted in a number of films, including the feature film, Red Heart, Blank Face. I co-wrote and produced the play WET with my London Production company Screw Productions, which has enjoyed runs in both London and Amsterdam and received critical acclaim.


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Hi, my name is Simon Feilder and I'm an actor.

As an English Comedian and Actor based in Amsterdam. I’ve performed, presented and acted in the UK on the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Channel5 and I have lent my voice to several commercials, idents & TV shows. As a voiceover artist, I have performed characters in an array of kids TV shows including Bafta- nominated Jim Jam & Sunny, Yo Gabba Gabba, Spacepop. I have also enjoyed performing several times at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival: as part of AAA Stand-Up, and with All The Things I’m Not and Die Trying. I trained in long- form improv in London with Monkey Toast and The Free Association and am a core member of the transatlantic movie improv comedy show Comedians Cinema Club, which has residencies in London, Brighton and Los Angeles.
In 2018 I joined the cast of improv comedy theatre Boom Chicago in Amsterdam to perform in their show Bango, continuing my tenure there in 2019, co-creating and performing in their new show The Future is Here... And It’s Slightly Annoying.

Hi, my name is James King and I'm an actor.

Originally from the Peak District, I graduating from the Drama Studio London in 2016. After graduating I starred as Anthonio/Stephano in The Tempest at the Silvano Toti Globe Theatre in Rome. I have performed as Lane/Merriman in a Northern adaptation of The Importance of Being Ernest, Chop the dog, in Foul Pages - a piece of new writing by Robin Hopper - and as Lord Biggins in Cream Tea and Incest at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Furthermore. I have recorded several comedy pilots for radio with Peracals Productions. Playing the part of Michael in The God of Carnage will be my second time performing in Amsterdam, my first was a production of Tribes by Nina Raine.


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joining the actors anonymous’ creative team for the god of carnage are:

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Hi, my name is Cíntia Taylor and I’m a director.

I’ve been telling stories since the moment I said my first word - it was 'dog', much to my mom's disappointment. With a strong focus on female-centric stories, I bring light to shades of women that are rarely disclosed. My work spreads through areas such as journalism, corporate storytelling, film, poetry, and theatre.
Previously I have adapted the play and written the original text for a sold- out production of Antigone at Het Compagnietheater; and I wrote the original short play The Ingenious Mind, which premiered at Stadsschouwburg Amsterdam on January 2018. My directorial debut on stage was in October 2018 at Perdu, Amsterdam, with the comedy WET – a play about women, porn, and sex.
I’ve also written and directed three films: When Waves Break (premiering in 2019), Your Hair is Cute (premiered in February 2019 at Chicago Feminist Film Festival), and Clinch (in post-production).

Hi, my name is Lucy Brownhill and I’m an assistant director.

Currently based in Amsterdam, I am a British actress, voice artist and director. In 2016 I graduated from Drama Studio London and I also trained in screen acting at the Bristol Old Vic theatre school. I have worked in theatre; in both touring productions and West End venues, film and extensively in voice over, narrating over 20 audiobooks. Recent work has included performing in Tribes by Nina Raine and co-founding ShyDog Productions. In our latest production The Play; an improvised comedic web series I play the role of Leslie. This will be my debut as an assistant director with Actors Anonymous.