Bluebird | credits

Cast in order of appearance

Lizzie Wofford is an award-winning actress from the West Midlands. She trained at Mountview and with the National Youth Music Theatre. Lizzie has acted in a diverse range of media including musicals, plays, pantomimes, films, concerts and immersive theatre. She played Izzy Blake on The Archers for six years. Lizzie continues to work as a busy voice artist on wonderfully varied projects including audiobooks, video games, audio drama and corporate and commercial work. She is a co-founder of Midlands-based theatre company The Unruly Regiment. Lizzie is a keen rock climber and lives in north London with her flatmate, Tawni the Tiny Terrier.

Mark Oosterveen is an actor and voice artist. He has appeared on the London stage at Shakespeare’s Globe, the Lyric, the Arcola, Theatre 503, the Soho Theatre and the Orange Tree, as well as the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester, the Theatre Royal in Bath, the HighTide Festival in Suffolk, the Underbelly Theatre in Edinburgh and the 59E59 Theater in New York City. Mark’s recent screen work includes a recurring role in EastEnders (BBC), Unforgotten (ITV), The Girlfriend Experience (Starz), and the new Terence Davies film Benediction. His extensive work as a voice artist includes Star Cops (Big Finish), Pythonesque (BBC Radio 4) and two upcoming pieces of new writing for BBC Sounds.

Will Henry is an actor and voice artist. He trained at Mountview and has produced a range of commercial and heritage voice work, and audio drama. Will has been working on Minimum Labyrinth projects since 2013 and is well-known to anyone who has dared to penetrate The Thin Veil of London.

John Vernon is an actor and voice artist. He has long experience in animation, film, lip-synching to foreign-language cartoons, live action dubbing, radio and television commercials, and audiobooks. John started out in stand-up comedy, and over a 40-year theatre career has played everything from Shakespeare to modern new writing, most recently appearing in Uncle Vanya at the Harold Pinter Theatre. His television credits include Call The Midwife, Florrie’s Dragons, Eastenders, Heartbeat, and The Bill. John has a claim to rock fame as the voice of the Newsreader for The Who’s Quadrophenia concert in Madison Square Garden.

Isabella Adamec is a raconteur and bon viveur with unrivalled expertise in gin and cake. She is a secret actor.

Rebecca Crankshaw is an actor and voice artist. She narrates audiobooks for Amazon Audible and Book Choice, and is the voice of villainess Zeera Voss in Blake’s 7 (Big Finish). Rebecca’s screen work includes Coronation Street (ITV). On stage she is a regular on the London fringe, also appearing at the Southbank Centre and at Cirencester’s Barn Theatre, in 10 at VAULT festival (2019) and in Hookup (2015) and Affection (2016) with LGBTQ+ company Outbox Theatre.

Phil O’Donnell is a filmmaker and musician. He is a long-time Minimum Labyrinth collaborator and filmed the Align trailer, as well as the ‘For Ann’ music video (on which he also played drums). Phil is currently banned from Pontins.

Rebecca Barry has been singing, dancing and acting since a young age, and is currently a student at ELAM in London. Her acting work spans film, television, musical theatre and commercials. Rebecca will be releasing her first EP, ‘Senses’, in spring 2021.

Robert Kingham is the producer, director and co-writer of Bluebird. He can play who he damn well likes.

Massimo Martella is an actor, singer-songwriter, cartoon scriptwriter and voice artist. His voice work includes audiobook and corporate narration.

Alasdair Mackenzie has been described as the ‘Fifth Beatle’ of Minimum Labyrinth. It is unclear what happened to the third and fourth. He has photographed many Minimum Labyrinth events and, after providing classified military information for Rendlesham, is currently a fugitive. Alasdair is Britain’s Most Reasonable Man.

Cerise Angela is an actor and voice artist. She trained at the Identity School of Acting. Cerise’s film work includes Cupid and Amityville Witches (Proportion Productions, 2019)

Craig Whitney is a voice artist. Originally from New York City and now based in London, Craig’s voice can be heard in commercials, audiobooks, corporate narration, and documentaries for the likes of Visa, Cisco, Lego, the NFL , Sky TV, Audible and the National Geographic Channel.

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