Anna-Marie Wayne

Carrie Herbert
Having followed in the footsteps of her father and grandfather into the entertainment industry and graduating from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Anna-Marie Wayne has appeared in TV shows such as Grange Hill and Mr Bean and on stage across London's West End.

Billie Hamer

Curtis / Grimaldi
Billie trained at Rose Bruford College Theatre credits include: Lara/mouse in The Little Fir Tree (Kings Place); Bonnie in No Mans Land (The Lion and Unicorn); Somai/child in Somnai (dotdotdot) Workshops/rehearsed readings include: Clarissa in Park Bench (Home house); Kestrel/old child in The Wind Singer (RSC development)

Bonnie Adair

Peggy / Curate / Survivor
Bonnie Adair is an Off West End Awards Nominated Actor for her recent role in Time Of My Life (Tabard Theatre). Bonnie is also a Writer and Spoken Word Artist and has previously performed her work as part of the Herstory Festival (Theatre N16). She has a BA Hons in Drama & Theatre from Royal Holloway, University of London and continued her training under the direction of Tom Radcliffe & Gary Condes at The Actors Temple (Two Year Meisner Intensive).

Cael King

Artilleryman / Dockworker / Usher
Cael King is a British-Sri Lankan actor. Trained at Central School of Speech and Drama he has been prevalent on both stage and film most notably playing the lead for the Royal Shakespeare Company (Baba Shakespeare) and at the Arcola Theatre as well as starring opposite Jessica Hynes (Jack and Dean of all Trades) and Nina Wadhia (Together). His new film Blown Joan is currently being shown on the film festival circuits.

Carrie Hope Fletcher

Beth
An English singer, songwriter, actress, author and internet personality, Carrie Hope Fletcher has been acting from the age of 5. Having previously played the role of Beth in stadium tours of Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of The War of The Worlds, she has also played the role of Eponiné, Wednesday Addams and Veronica Sawyer across West End and international venues.

Charlotte Palmer

Peggy / Curate / Survivor
Charlotte gained a Performance Arts degree from Middlesex Uni and studied clowning with Philippe Gaulier, David Shiner and John Wright. She is also a professional musician (Flautist). Previous credits include: Pride & Prejudice (Regents Park Open Air Theatre & National Tour), Skellig (National Tour, Bloomsbury,London & New Vic, New York) and Dr Who: Death comes to Time (BBC).

Charlotte Worthing

Peggy / Curate / Survivor
Charlotte has performed across a range of platforms including: theatre, radio, audio books, film and TV. Her previous credits include: This House (Headlong/National Theatre), Made of Blood (Arcola Theatre and Southwark Playhouse) and Swallows and Amazons (Creation Theatre Company)

Daniel Attwell

Artilleryman / Dockworker / Usher
Daniel Attwell was born and raised in South London. He developed his talent at various London theatre schools as a child, before going to St Mary's University and gaining a BA Hons in Drama and Theatre Studies. With an impressive list of TV and film credits, including; Eastenders, Call the Midwife, Casualty and Endeavour. Daniel is currently filming an upcoming World War 1 film '1917' directed by Sam Mendes, playing the role of Captain Sandbatch. ‘1917’ is due for release in December 2019. The War of The Worlds: The Immersive Experience, is Daniel's first step into the immersive world.

David Alwyn

Artilleryman / Dockworker / Usher
David Alwyn is an actor living and working in London and a specialist in immersive and improvised storytelling. After training at the Birmingham School of Acting he spent three years creating and developing work with The Pantaloons theatre company. He is also a member of the Adventurers Wanted table top gaming group, performing live games of Dungeons and Dragons to an audience every month and can usually be found with some dice in his back pocket.

David Bromley

Ogilvy / Corporal Watts / Royal Engineer
David has had a long stage career and was most recently seen originating the role of Abe Simon in Arthur Miller’s No Villain in its World Premiere at the Trafalgar Studios. He has recently finished filming as the Revd Bottomley in the third series of Harlots for Hulu and he played Joe in The Tunnel for Sky Atlantic.

David Burnett

Parson Nathaniel
David Burnett is known for his most recent role as Joseph in ITV's series Victoria. He has also performed as part of the Royal Shakespeare Company and in the 2017 remake of The Mummy.

Gabrielle Sheppard

Curtis / Grimaldi
Gabrielle is a Bristolian Actor and Theatre Maker, delighted to be working on The War of The Worlds. Theatre credits include: One Man, Two Guvnors (Torch Theatre), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Bridge Theatre), Happiness Ltd (New Diorama, Plymouth Theatre Royal, Salisbury Playhouse, Wardrobe Theatre) and Foodie (Hope Theatre).

Géhane Strehler

Peggy / Curate / Survivor
Géhane Strehler's previous immersive theatre includes Dante or Die's “La Fille à la Mode” (which she devised and performed at The National Theatre, Theatre Royal Haymarket, Barbican and V&A Museum), and Offstage Theatre's “H.O.M.E” performed at the Beaumont Towers prior to demolition. She has played iconic roles such as Joan of Arc, Coco Chanel and Mary Magdalene. Géhane plays accordion, piano and guitar - can juggle - and has a penchant for Muay Thai Kickboxing!

James Lavender

Artilleryman / Dockworker / Usher

James Lockhart

Ogilvy / Corporal Watts / Royal Engineer

Leona Allen

Curtis / Grimaldi
Leona trained on the acclaimed Acting & Contemporary Theatre course at East 15 Acting School. Her recent theatre credits include: The Meeting (Chichester Festival Theatre), My Brother, My Sister and Me (Polka Theatre), The Crucible (Sell A Door UK & Luxembourg Tour,), Pride and Prejudice (Sheffield Crucible Theatre), The Walworth Farce (Olympia Theatre, Dublin), Girls Like That (Unicorn Theatre), Enduring Song (Southwark Playhouse), Sixteen (Theatre 503), The Site (Roundhouse Theatre) Orpheus and Eurydice (Old Vic Tunnels), and Crossing the Line (Hampstead Theatre). Film credits include The Scar (no.w.here/HOME Manchester).

Michael Creen

Curtis / Grimaldi
Michael is an Actor, Theatre-Maker and Musician from London. This is his debut role after graduating from East 15 Acting School (Acting and Contemporary Theatre) this year.

Nathan Ives Moiba

Artilleryman / Dockworker / Usher
Nathan trained at LAMDA. His theatre credits include: And Did Those Feet (Octagon Theatre); Hay Fever (Citizens Theatre/Royal Lyceum Theatre); Archipelago (Lighthouse Theatre); Soul (Hackney Empire/Royal & Derngate); As You Like It (National Theatre); My Children My Africa (Trafalgar Studios); Jekyll & Hyde (Sell a Door); Our Country’s Good (Out of Joint); Tull (Octagon Theatre).

Phil Whelans

Ogilvy / Corporal Watts / Royal Engineer
Phil is a Comedy writer and performer. He did both in two series of his BBC Radio 4 sitcom, My First Planet and with Pros from Dover, who were resident sketch team for two series of BBC R4’s The Infinite Monkey Cage. Recent credits include: Cartoon Network’s The Amazing World of Gumball, It’s Kevin, Brasseye and Preston Front.

Rachel Waring

Peggy / Curate / Survivor

Samuel Lane

Artilleryman / Dockworker / Usher
Having trained at Guildford School of Acting, Samuel's theatre credits include Honey (White Bear Theatre); Season's Greetings (Leatherhead Rep); The Railway Children, Waiting For God (Leatherhead Rep/Swanage Rep); The Taming of the Shrew (Lazarus Theatre); A Midsummer Night's Dream (Young Shakespeare Company/UK Tour); The Life of Christ, The Nativity (Wintershall Estate); Blue Stockings (The Cockpit Theatre).

Simi Egbejumi David

Curtis / Grimaldi
In 2016 Simi graduated from East 15 Acting School studying Physical Theatre and received a scholarship for Academic Excellence. Theatre credits include: Mr FG in Stig of the Dump (Stage) Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet (Stage) Captain Speedy in Around the World in 80 Days (UK Tour) Mister Utterson & Hyde in Strange Case of Doctor Jekyll & Mister Hyde (UK Tour); Leonard Langley in The Unlikely Life of Leonard Langley (UK Tour); Amir in The Echo Chamber (UK Tour); Charles in The Inspectors calls (UK Tour); Berenger in Rhinoceros (Stage); Chef & Ensemble in The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane (Stage); Bobby in The Visit (Stage); Student in Blueroom (Stage); John in Love and Money (Stage).

Tamsin Dowsett

Peggy / Curate / Survivor
Credits include: Queen in Alice’s Adventures Underground (The Vaults); Officer B in Inside Pussy Riot (Saatchi Gallery), 1st cover Madame Thenardier in Les Misérables (Queen's Theatre) Lead Vocalist in Licence to Thrill (02 Arena) and Vocalist in The Long and Winding Road (O2 Arena).

Timothy Harker

Ogilvy / Corporal Watts / Royal Engineer
Timothy Harker came late to the acting profession, graduating from Drama Studio London in 2014. His credits include: An Honourable Man (White Bear) for which he received an Off Westend Theatre Award nomination for best male actor 2018 and Peaky Blinders (BBC).

Tom Brittney

George Herbert
Tom Brittney (born 26 October 1990) is a British actor, best known for playing Lieutenant Jeremy Foster in the first series of Outlander and Reverend Will Davenport in Grantchester since series 4

Tommy Burgess

Artilleryman / Dockworker / Usher
Tommy trained at the Mountview Academy Of Theatre Arts. Theatre credits include: Borachio in Much Ado About Nothing (Antic Disposition), Joe in Gold Coast – Eloise Lally Productions (Theatre 503, London); Harry Roat in Wait Until Dark - (Vienna's English Theatre, Vienna, Austria) and Lucien in Tiny Dynamite - Wise Child (Etcetera Theatre, London). Tommy is also a singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Musical Direction credits include: This Wounded Island (AnythingOther Theatre Company) 1972 The Future Of Sex (Arts Ed) and Plan 9 From Outer Space (Masqurade Theatre Company).