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Thomas Dennis

John (Wireless Operator)

Theatre credits include: for the National Theatre, Albert in War Horse (UK Tour and the Lyttleton Theatre, London); Christopher in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (Gielgud Theatre, West End). Other theatre work: Yen (Gothenburg English Studio Theatre); Peter Pan (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); Chalk Farm (Underbelly at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Bush Theatre London, Brazil & Brits Off Broadway); Henry V (Mouth to Mouth) and Oliver! (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane).

TV: Magic Grandad (BBC) Parents (Sky) and Henry V (BBC Hollow Crown).

Film: Hysteria and Prince of Persia, Sands of Time.

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Theo Bamber

Terry (Pilot)

Theo trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama and the Royal College of Music. He made his professional stage debut as ‘Dickie’ in the UK Tour of The Winslow Boy directed by Rachel Kavanaugh.

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Lucy Pickles


Lucy graduated from East 15 Acting School in 2014. On graduating, she and 6 other women formed the theatre company, Spectra and with them she co-wrote, produced and performed in After Penelope; a play about women in wartime. After a sell-out run in London it was accepted into the RADA Festival and then went to Rome. Theatre includes Heather in Morgan Lloyd Malcolm’s The Wasp (Space Theatre), Eurydice in Maud Dromgoole’s Acorn (Courtyard Theatre) and Margit in Ibsen’s The Feast at Solhaug (English-language World Premiere, Barons Court Theatre). Radio includes Doctor Who (Big Finish), ATA Girl (Big Finish). Film includes Bohemian Rhapsody (20th Century Fox)

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Simon Haines

Alf (Navigator)

Simon trained at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama. Screen work includes Benedetto in Knightfall, Richard in Swingers, and Sherman in Should We Bomb Auschwitz? (BBC). Theatre includes The Mousetrap (West End), Europe After the Rain (Mercury Theatre, Colchester), Posh (Nottingham Playhouse/Salisbury Playhouse), The Rubenstein Kiss (Nottingham Playhouse/Yvonne Arnaud), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Orange Tree Theatre), the European premiere of Mart Crowley’s For Reasons That Remain Unclear (King’s Head), Told Look Younger (Jermyn Street), Animals and Children (STET, Netherlands), Twelfth Night (Cambridge Arts Theatre), Much Ado About Nothing (Cambridge Arts Theatre), Hamlet (Elsinore Castle), the Sam Wanamaker Festival (Shakespeare’s Globe), and three-man musical Three Guys Naked from the Waist Down (Finborough).
Simon read English at Cambridge University, where he wrote and performed with the Cambridge Footlights.

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Ferdinand Hunter

Scotty (Mid Upper Gunner)

Ferdinand made his West End debut in the ENO’s Falstaff (Robin) at the London Coliseum and has performed in the Magic Flute. He has worked in film/TV production: Girl Untitled, Last Night in Soho and Top Boy (Series 3 release date: November 2019). Wireless Operator is his first acting job since graduating from the University of Liverpool..

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Elaina Jeffryes


Elaina has just completed the first year of her degree in English and Drama at Goldsmiths University and Wireless Operator is her first professional job.

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Kaffe Keating

Tim (Engineer)

Kaffe Keating trained at The Guildhall School of Music and Drama where he won the Michael Bryant Award. Theatre includes: Johnny Got His Gun for Metal Rabbit, Posh for Nottingham and Salisbury Playhouses, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time playing Christopher Boone in the West End and on International Tour for the National Theatre and in The Secret Seven at Storyhouse, Chester. Kaffe is also a member of The Factory theatre company, currently playing several parts in their ongoing production of Shakespeare’s Macbeth. This Autumn he will tour the US as a part of Actors From the London Stage’s production of Twelfth Night, playing Orsino, Feste and Fabian.

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Zak Labiad

Spooky (Rear Gunner)

Zak is a Jack Petchy award winner, actor, and writer who trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama (The Preliminary Acting Course) in 2015, and has just finished a BA in English and Creative Writing at Brunel University London.

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Ben Wainwright

Dai (Bomb Aimer/
Front Gunner)

Ben studied Chinese and English at Leeds University before training at Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Theatre includes PLAY (The Vaults), Ross (Chichester Festival Theatre). Radio includes Emma (Audible). TV includes World on Fire (BBC), Endeavour (ITV), Unforgotten (ITV), Pure (Channel 4), The Boy With The Topknot (BBC), Holby City (BBC), War and Peace (BBC) Film includes The Conductor, Tommy’s Honour, A Quiet Passion.