Jack Rackham

Louis Cummings

Louis has been performing in London for the past 2 years in various plays and films having relocated from Australia in 2016. During his time in Australia he performed extensively with the Genesian Theatre Company in plays such as: Far From The Madding Crowd, The Picture of Dorian Gray and Go Back For Murder.

Louis studied at various Australian institutions which included many years working with award-winning director Benjamin Matthews and workshops with renowned American acting teachers Larry Moss and Margie Haber. He has since continued to study and work with Lawrence Mitchell at HOME Studio, London. Past productions include: Black Rainbow, The Importance of Being Earnest. As well as films: Brutally Honest Love, The Miracle Hotel and Empathic Emancipation

Anne Bonny

Anna Herzog

Anna Herzog is an English actor of Polish and Irish descent. She trained at Manchester School of Theatre. Since graduating she has filmed: Dr Sugaloaf' - a short film at Pinewood Studios for Noveray Media which screened at Cannes.

Her other work in short film has been with prestigious film schools, The Met and the NFTS. 

Recently she's been filming a documentary for World Media Rights which will be aired on the Discovery Channel. Creating and devising theatre of her own is her main focus, working with Boundless Drop to develop a new production through writing and improvisation.

Originally from Cambridge, Anna is now in the early stages of setting up her own theatre company in London, aiming to produce brand new writing. Her first R&D is set for the end of this year with plans for performance in 2019. She wants to see more exciting female leads in theatre and aims to bring some new roles to the stage. She's thrilled with the chance to get stuck in to playing such an incredible woman as Anne Bonny. Anna is represented by Payne Management.

Mary Read

Jessica Anne

Jessica trained at The Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts, graduating

in July 2017 with a Diploma in Musical Theatre.

Theatre credits include: Viola in Twelfth Night (The Complete Works), Swing in Splinter (Pure Paradox Theatre), Lisa Hopkins in Made in Dagenham (Italia Conti). Jessica is delighted to be a part of 'Care Not, Fear Naught' and to perform in London and at Edinburgh Fringe 2018. She would also like to thank her family for their

continued support.

Demons

Janine Cartmell

Training: Bird College Theatre credits: Queen Elizabeth (Royal Court Theatre; dancer), Queen Mary II (Royal Court Theatre; dancer) Cre8 (Studio Theatre), Thoroughly Modern Millie (Studio Theatre), Into the Woods (Miskin Theatre). 

 

Tv & Film credits: Johnny English 3, Bishop in Stage Door web series, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 & 2.

 

Other: Jack Pine (online commercial)

This is Janine’s first time performing at Edinburgh Fringe.

She’s very grateful and excited to be part of this great show.

Rosie Skuse

Rosie trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. Her theatre credits include Road (Louise), The Bureau of Lost Things (Catya) and Deeds not Words (Dance Captain/Suffragette).

 

She has also recently played the role of Maddy in the short film One Night Only. Rosie is delighted to be performing at the fringe for the first time playing the role of the Demon in Care Not, Fear Naught.

Ensemble

[and other characters]

Bella Bevan

Bella is originally from Melbourne, Australia, where she completed a degree in musical theatre from Federation University performing in show such as Cabaret in the Spiegeltent (Helga & Fraulein Kost U/S), When Midnight Strikes (Zoe), 42nd St (Chorus), Brigadoon (Meg), as well as studying classical voice and violin.

 

There she also performed her self devised Cabaret 'No Walls' at Ballarat's Post-Box Theatre, and Melbourn's Butterfly Club. In London Bella has performed in A Temporarily Misplaced Cabaret at The Battersea Barge, Kinky Cabaret at Freedom Bar Soho, and in the Bridewell Theatre run of Care Not, Fear Naught.

 

Recent film credits include 'Normal' (short), 'Missteps' (short), 'Behind Closed Doors' (Art installation). Bella worked in marketing and Assistant Producing for 'A Lie of the Mind' (Southwark Playhouse) & 'The Red Lion' (Trafalgar Studios) which was nominated

for an Olivier award this year, and has been working for Temporarily Misplaced Productions as Resident Producer since January 2018.

Dan Hazelwood

Dan is delighted to be joining Temporarily Misplaced in Care Not; Fear Naught as the ruthless governor Woode Rodgers.

He has recently played St John Rivers in a Chinese national tour of Jane Eyre, and Peter Cratchitt and Young Scrooge in a UK and Ireland tour of A Christmas Carol.

He has worked with students of the London Film School on short film Faith, and has lent his voice to a major release video game.

He is a 2017 graduate of the Camden based Bridge Theatre Training Company

Ed Fargher

Edmund Fargher performs internationally as an actor and comedian. He is due to appear in a number of roles as a cast member of the upcoming TV sketch show Keith Lemon: Coming In America, airing in 2018.

 

Theatre work includes: Stonecroft at the New Wimbledon Theatre and William Shakespeare's Land of the Dead by John Heimbuch, Bedroom Farce by Alan Ayckbourn and Drakul by John Heimbuch with The Southside Players.

 

He is about to perform a run in improvised Harry Potter show Magicked at The Nursery Theatre and is also a part of time-pressured narrative improv-troupe T-Minus.

 

He has trained with Hoopla Impro, iO Chicago, The Second City and The Upright Citizen's Brigade. He has a BA in Film Studies from University College Falmouth.

Paddy O'Leary

Paddy is an Irish actor who studied at The Cork School of Music before moving to London 2 years ago. While in Ireland, he played in numerous productions including The Hostage, Moonshine and The Cripple of Inishmaan. At the age of 16, he wrote, directed and performed in The Outcasts, a play that was featured in The Irish Times. Paddy is currently working on several projects with the production company We Are Film Co. and is excited to hit the ground running as he ventures onto the Edinburgh Fringe stage for the first time.

Ben Frederick

Ben Frederick (24) is an actor currently based in London. Originally from Belfast, Northern Ireland, Ben trained for three years in the BA (Hons) Acting degree at the Arts University Bournemouth.

Since graduating, Ben has toured theate extensively across Europe with companies such as Whitehorse Theatre and Quorum Theatre.

 

He has also featured in a recent London production of: The Wind in the Willows.

 

Ben’s screen credits include upcoming Horror feature film: The Young Cannibals, and award winning short film, The Fence, as well as a large variety of online content such as a recent promotion in collaboration with social media company LadBible.

Care Not, Fear Naught is Ben’s first production for the Edinburgh Fringe and he is extremely excited to be part of the show.

Tami Stone

Tami trained at the palmerstone stage school and then went to London school of musical theatre (2017 graduate). Whilst training she played the role of maitre d’/dance captain at bridewell theatre in ‘King of Hearts’. She was a soloist in ‘The Great American songbook’ cabaret at Toulouse Lautrec and she also played the role of the drunken lady (one of her favourite roles!) in ‘Hope’

 

Since graduating she was ensemble/puppeteer in ‘Metropolis’ at ye old rose and crown. She played Tinkerbell/dancer in ‘Peter Pan’ at the Kenneth more theatre. She has played a variety of different comedy character roles in murder mystery events for ‘Dying for a laugh’ and recently has been branching out into some film work ranging from playing a rude librarian to a grieving daughter. Her most recent role was playing Goldilocks in a production of Stiles and Drewe’s Goldilocks and the three bears.

 

Concert credits include ‘Musical Marathon’ she was producer/singer at the kenneth more theatre and all proceeds went to Macmillan cancer research

Creatives

Julian Starr

Sound Designer Julian Starr trained at the Australian National Institute of Dramatic Arts.

 

Theatre credits include: Gulliver Returns (UK Tour); You Only Live Forever (London and Edinburgh Festival); Surf

Séance (Bondi Beach Sydney Arts Festival); The Comedy of Errors (UK/Czech Republic Tour); Axolotl (N16); White Noise (RADA Festival); Sonder (N16); The Shifting Heart (Seymour Centre Sydney) Untold (Playhouse Theatre Sydney); Kapow I Go - GO

(Kings Cross Sydney); The Show That Smells (NIDA Studio); Hello Again

the Musical (Playhouse Theatre Sydney); Telescope (Old Fitz Sydney); Best Before (Sydney Fringe

Festival); The Shadow Box (Old Fitz Sydney); Scorched (NIDA Studio); Infected (NIDA Studio); Spring Awakening the Musical (NIDA Studio); The Recruiting Officer Exhibition (Hyde Park Barracks Sydney).

Associate/Assistant Work: The Tap Pack (Peacock Theatre London,

Associate and Production Sound Engineer) Mama Mia! the Musical (Capital Theatre Sydney, Assistant Sound Designer) Disney’s Aladdin The Musical (Assistant Sound Designer to

Australasia Sound Associate). Talk (

Assistant Sound Designer, Sydney Opera House); Richard III (Assistant Sound Designer, Sydney Opera House), Mosquitoes (Assistant Sound Designer, The National Theatre).