Rachel has mainly worked in comedy across theatre, TV and film. Her roles have been as random as playing Lee Evans' wife in Barking In Essex, to having a full blown fist fight with Sheridan Smith in Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps. She also wrote "Figg & Dates". No big deal.
Lucy Benson-Brown is a London-based actress and comedy writer. Her solo-show Cutting Off Kate Bush, sold-out at the Edinburgh Fringe and transferred to Paines Plough Roundabout and multiple comedy venues in the UK. When not working, she's usually found at the bar, on the slopes or running around parks.
Kyle Lima hails from Cardiff and trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama. He has appeared in the television show 'Merlin' and is currently performing at Shakespeare's Globe in Emma Rice's adaptation of Hans Christian Anderson's 'The Little Match Girl And Other Happier Tales'.
Aryana Ramkhalawon trained at the Guildford school of acting and has worked a great deal in TV and Theatre. However, the most nerve wrecking thing she has done is dating - highlights include ending up on a date with someone much younger who describes everything you relate to as "retro".
Since graduating from Webber Douglas, Alastair has been involved in a wide variety of projects on stage and screen. Over the last few years he has been creating and performing shows for puffin books. Working on Figg & Dates has been a real treat and a welcome return to acting since becoming a father.
This is Pablo's third film. He started his career at only 5 months old in ‘Always A Bride’ and moved on to playing Baby Simba in ‘Defrosted’. He likes chorizo and cuddles and isn't a fan of puddles. Pablo is a method actor and has put a lot of work into the character of Flávio. Twitter @PabloThePunk