OLIVIA POULET - 'EMILY'
Olivia Poulet is a hugely talented actress and writer, who has gained recognition for her film and television work, most notably for her returning character in Armando Iannucci’s 'The Thick of It' and the Acadamy Award nominated 'In The Loop', as well as 'Sherlock', 'Fresh Meat' and The 'Musketeers'. Olivia's credits also include 'Friends And Crocodiles' written and directed by Stephen Poliakoff and starring Damien Lewis, 'Whatever Love Means' as Camilla Parker Bowles, and roles in the comedy series 'Margaret', a biographical drama of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, in
which she played the PM's daughter Carole, and 'Reggie Perrin' opposite Martin Clunes. In addition, she both wrote and performed in the stage productions of 'The Bird Flu Diaries' and 'Queef or Terrence'. Olivia and her comedy partner Sarah Solemani are currently writing a sitcom for the BBC, to be produced by Charlie Hanson. Poulet is an ambassador The Park Theatre where she starred in Sarah Rutherford's 'Adult Supervision', directed by artistic director Jez Bond.
NICK HELM - 'ROB'
Nick Helm is an English comedian, actor and musician who came to prominence following the success of his 2010 Edinburgh Fringe show 'Keep Hold of the Gold' and since then has made use of his comedy and music skills on television shows including 'Live at The Electric', '8 Out of 10 Cats' and 'Russell Howard's Good News'.
Nick won the South Bank Sky Arts "The Times Breakthrough Award" January 2014 and currently plays the lead role of Andy in the BBC Three sitcom 'Uncle'. The show is written by Oliver Refson and features songs written and performed by Helm and his band. In 2015 Helm co-wrote and co-starred with Esther Smith in an episode of the BBC Three online-only series of short stories, 'Funny Valentines'. Helm's comedy show 'Nick Helm's Heavy Entertainment' started broadcasting on BBC Three in May 2015.
CLAIRE KEELAN - 'MARY'
Claire Keelan has appeared in a host of films including 'The Trip To Italy', 'Mister John', 'Hush', 'A Cock and Bull Story' and 'Pierrepoint' . Her television credits include 'Black Mirror', 'The Last Weekend', 'Line of Duty', 'The Trip' and the pilot episode of 'How Not to Live Your Life'. She played the lead roles of Claire Ashcroft in 'Nathan Barley' and 'Electroclash, aka Sarah, in No Heroics'. In 2003 she appeared in an episode of Channel 4's 'Art Show' written by Charlie Brooker.