James Robinson as serial killer MAL (IMDb)
James had his first success on screen when he was 10 years old. He garnered much acclaim for his performance as the young William Wallace in Mel Gibson’s five Oscar® winning blockbuster, Braveheart (1995). On the TV screen, Robinson was seen in Danny Boyle’s highly acclaimed police drama Babylon and Neil Jordan’s epic series The Borgias with Jeremy Irons and Gina McKee. Also on television, Robinson had guest starring roles on the BBC dramas Doctors and Casualty. He is currently playing Greg Edgars in the Golden Globe® Nominated Outlander produced by Sony Pictures Television for Starz.
Shane O’Meara as SIMON EILDON (IMDb)
Shane came to prominence playing troubled Scots schoolboy Connor Mulgrew, at odds with his alcoholic mother, in the long-running television series Waterloo Road. Born in Ireland, Shane moved to Scotland at the age of seven where he went on to study Higher Drama and Acting at Edinburgh Telford College and Dundee College, graduating in 2011. Other than a role in the short film Weaverfish, made in Fife, Waterloo Road was his first significant part and in 2015 he joined the cast of Midlands-based soap Doctors. Shane recently filmed the lead role in a new Netflix Original pilot.
Jim Sturgeon as STEVE BRENNUS (IMDb)
Jim can be seen in feature films such as Justice League, ‘71 and Edge of Tomorrow. On television, Jim has had roles in Shetland, Katie Morag, Hope Springs and more. As well as his film and television work Jim has also worked extensively on stage in theatres throughout his native Scotland and as well as in London’s West End. He has also played in theatres in America and Australia while touring with Kneehigh Theatre’s acclaimed production of ‘Brief Encounter’ where he played the role of Dr Alec Harvey. He recently shared the West End stage with Kenneth Cranham and Claire Skinner in the critically acclaimed and award-winning play ‘The Father‘. Jim is one of the lead cast in Scottish feature film The Darkest Hour.
Margaret Ann Bain (Maggie Bain) as SONIA CHATHAM (IMDb)
Maggie is an actress who can turn her hand to almost any performance – she even has her own stand up comedy show. She recently completed filming on the feature film Cold Kill and has starred in a number of short films, most notably Deadly Pursuits and Making Ugly. In 2009 Maggie played Liz Henry in the TV series ‘Crisis Control’.
Sandy Welsh as JOHNS (IMDb)
Sandy is known for The Bruce (1996), Double Team (1997), Postmortem (1998), and Chasing the Deer (1994). He also has notable TV appearances in Taggart, Monarch of the Glen and Karen Dunbar Show, among others.
Graeme McKnight as STOKES (IMDb)
Graeme McKnight is an actor best known for the period romantic drama Death Defying Acts (2007) staring Catherine Zeta-Jones and Guy Pearce. More recently Graeme starred in Aftermath (2013) and Outlander (2014).
Pauline Turner as ELISE SCIRE (IMDb)
Pauline has had a prolific career in film, TV and theatre. She has starred in many films including the recent T2 Trainspotting and hits such as Young Adam starring Ewan McGregor, Tilda Swinton and Peter Mullen, and If I Am Spared. She has also been on many TV shows including the hit Peaky Blinders, Casualty and Cuffs among others.
Shonagh Price as JUDY EILDON (IMDb)
Ian Hanmore as FATHER KAVANAGH (IMDb)
Ian is an Edinburgh born actor best known for playing the warlock Pyat Pree, in Season 2 of Game of Thrones and Father Angelo in the Doctor Who episode Tooth and Claw. More recently he played Denis Lamb in the mini series, The Game, John Kempt in The Syndicate, Father Anselm in Outlander and Robert MacDonald in Muncie.
Corin Edgar Robert as YOUNG SIMON (IMDb)
Corin’s first film was as the young boy in the 2015 short film Lemuria which won a BAFTA New Talent Award. He also starred in the short film, Simon- First and Only. A short film designed as a taster for this main feature film. As well as acting Corin is known around Edinburgh as the boy in the ESPC ads and also as the lad who high fived First Minister Nicola Sturgeon at the end of one of the SNP broadcasts. Recently he could be found on the High Street in Edinburgh playing his recorder as an official busker in the Edinburgh Fringe 2017.
Siobhan Redmond as AMELIA WATKINS (IMDb)
Siobhan started acting in a wacky British TV comedy sketch called Alfresco, co-starring with Robbie Coltrane, Hugh Laurie, Ben Elton and Stephen Fry, among others. Her best-known role is Detective Sgt. Mo Connell in the police series, Between the Lines (aka “Inside the Line”). Siobhan is a very accomplished classical actress who has acted in many theatre plays (such as the 1990 world tour of Look Back in Anger with Kenneth Branagh and Emma Thompson) and many other roles in film and TV.
Gordon Kennedy as DARREN SIMPSON (IMDb)
As an actor, writer and producer Gordon is a talented individual. He has played roles in Robin Hood, Final Prayer and most recently the acclaimed T2 Trainspotting. His TV career has been eclectic with roles in 80’s comedy show Red Dwarf to TV dramas such as Skins.
Sanjeev Kohli as SIR PARDUMAN NAGRA (IMDb)
Sanjeev is a British Asian comedian, writer, and actor. He is most famous for his role as Navid in the Scottish sitcom Still Game. He also plays Ramesh Majhu in the radio sitcom Fags, Mags and Bags and (since 2015) as AJ Jandhu in the BBC Scotland soap opera River City. Kohli has also played Norrie in BBC Four’s Bob Servant Independent. In 2013 he played a role in Irvine Welsh’s film Filth starring James McAvoy.
John Arnold as JOSEPH GRANT (IMDb)
John’s recent credits include Scottish feature film Beats and Angel’s Share. He also starred in Berlin Station by Paramount Television and Donald Mohamed Trump by Cliff Edge Pictures. John has had an extensive acting career spanning across film, theatre, television and radio.
Alasdair Hankinson as GIFFORD (IMDb)
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