Harry Boyd attended Exeter University and then went on to complete an MA at Guildford School of Acting. Since graduating in 2014 Harry has worked with companies and productions such as ITV, BT Sport, Southwark Playhouse, Director's Cut Theatre and Chalkboard TV. Harry is also a singer in the popular choir London Contemporary Voices.
Originally from Southampton, Sam is an award nominated actor, singer and model with a particular passion for musical theatre.
Prior to Game Over, Sam appeared in Bunga Broadway, an immersive cabaret musical in the West End. He also adopted and revised the role of ‘Billoo’ in Wagging Tongues Production’s second and third instalments of the East meets West theatrical spectacular Jungly Jadoogar at Kensington Olympia and subsequently South Bank.
Alex began acting at the Maddermarket Theatre in Norwich. He then trained at Cambridge University and Drama Studio,London.
On stage, he has appeared in Blood Brothers, New Mind the Botox and Enduring Song. He can also be seen in the upcoming movie, Sky Sharks.
Judge of Love
Eloise Jones is excited to join the cast of Game Over, raising awareness of suicide and mental health.
Theatre: Chorus in Aeschylus' Choephori and Eumenides (Theatro Technis); Ensemble in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Workshop (Peter Darling); Maggie Jones in 42nd Street (Gardyne Theatre, Dundee)
Television: Nell in The Marshlands; Dancer in The Ring Master and Fallen
Training: Bird College
Judge of Fun
Andrew is an active member of The Dulwich Players who perform regularly at the Edward Alleyn Theatre in Dulwich South London.
Andrew’s acting recent credits are: Murder In The Cathedral by TS Eliot (2015), The Ghost Train by Arnold Ridley (2016), The Merry Wives Of Windsor (2016), The Coarse Acting
Plays by Philip Green (2016), The Memory Of Water by Shelagh Stephenson (2017), Bedroom Farce by Alan Ayckbourn (2017).
Andrew is also a keen singer and musician producing the near legendary Suburban Pirate Radio Show.
Kathryn played the starring role opposite Tom Hiddleston in Joanna Hogg's acclaimed first feature, 'UNRELATED', released in 2008.
The Guardian ranked 'Unrelated' 21st in their 'BEST 100 FILMS OF THE DECADE'. Kathryn was placed 5th in The Sunday Telegraph's '10 BEST FILM PERFORMANCES OF 2008' and named one of the 'YEAR'S BEST ACTRESSES' by Jonathan Romney in The Independent.