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Hi, my name is Tessa 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 last few years I’ve built up a broad CV, acting in several television series and films, including ‘Keizersvrouwen’ (AVROTROS), ‘Divorce’ (RTL 4) ‘Verborgen gebreken’ (NET 5), ‘What’s Up?’ (NTR) and ‘Always the funniest’ (VARA humor TV). In the theatre, I’ve performed with various companies, including the Amsterdam BosTheater, the Dutch Comedy Theatre and with Orange Tea Theatre. Most recent roles include Suzannah in ‘Becky Shaw’ by Actors Anonymous and Sophie in ‘WET’, by 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 and I'm an actor.

Originally from Sheffield, England, I trained at The Court Theatre Training Company, London and moved to Amsterdam in 2016. I am part of the award-winning performance collective Balloons Theatre who have performed all over Europe, including Edinburgh Fringe (2016), Prague Fringe (2017) and most recently at the Polanen Theater for Amsterdam Fringe (2017.) I have been involved in a number of films and theatre projects, including 'Antigone' at Compagnie Theater and 'One Man, Two Guvnors' at Amsterdam Theater Huis. Other roles include: Holly (WET,) Dorothy (Neighbourhood Watch,) Amelia (The House of Bernarda Alba) and Nora (A Doll's House.) I also enjoy writing and have co-written a number of plays for my London based theatre company, Screw Productions.



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

For several years I have been working as an actor for television, theatre and film. In 2006, I established my own music theatre company in The Netherlands. The company’s most successful show was a modern adaptation of the Medieval epic Reynard the Fox. For this adaptation, I was rewarded a knighthood by the Order of the Fox Tail. After touring the Netherlands and Belgium for four years, I went solo and started working with various theatre companies and film directors as a freelance actor. Roles include Lord Darlington in Oscar Wilde’s ‘Lady Windermere’s Fan’, Mr. Burgess in G. B. Shaw’s ‘Candida’ and Stanley Stubbers in Richard Bean’s ‘One Man, Two Guvnors’.

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

For several years I have been working as an actor for theatre and television in Amsterdam. In 2010 I played my first leading role in a Windmill Theatre Company-production of George Bernard Shaw’s ‘Candida’. A graduate of the University of Amsterdam with a degree in English, I then went on to perform in other Windmill Theatre co. productions, starring in Oscar Wilde’s ‘Lady Windemere’s Fan’, and Tom Stoppard’s ‘The Real Inspector Hound’, before joining The Queen’s English Theatre Company to play two roles in ‘One Man, Two Guvnors’. Along with featuring in several short films, including the lead in ‘The Strangers and Sandwich’, I also obtained my Master’s degree in Literature in English at the VU University Amsterdam. Furthermore, I have been working as a commercial actor and voice-over in both English and Dutch.