Tayo Jarrett is better known as Scorcher, an English grime artist and actor from Enfield, North London. One of the leading lights of the UK grime scene with proven acting prowess showcased in his show stealing performance in the first series of Topboy and feature film Offender.
Krept and Konan are an English hip hop duo from London, consisting of Casyo “Krept” Johnson, from Gipsy Hill and Karl “Konan” Wilson, from Thornton Heath. Their first major release was the mixtape Young Kingz and was released in September 2013. The duo are known for making an impact on the UK underground scene with their music, punch lines and metaphors. In 2013, Krept and Konan signed a record deal with Virgin EMI Records and released their debut album The Long Way Home entered the UK Albums Chart at number 2, becoming their highest-charting album.
Fekky, the champion of the streets, recently signed to Island Records and his debut single Still Sitting Here, features Dizzee Rascal.
Ashley Chin’s credits include starting in Anuvahood, Starred Up and Plastic. He is one of the most sought after young black actors in the UK.
Dylan Duffus, the star of Penny Woolcock’s 1 Day is one of the most recognizable stars from Birmingham, having been part of the drive to end the long-running feud between the Burger Bar Boys and the Johnson, which was documented in Channel 4 documentary 1 Mile Away.
Shone Romulus is an actor, known for playing Dris in channel 4’s Topboy, Out and Lace Up 2.
Jade Asha is a Mauritian/English actress from South London. She trained at The Academy Drama School and after ten years in the industry has credits spanning film, TV and theatre. She starred in the award winning short film AWOL, Buneo Key and upcoming feature film As Bad as Me by Daniel Pacquette. Jade and Daniel are teaming up again on the feature film Good Enough, which is about to go in to production, Jade playing the lead role of Morgan. Also a writer her TV series Charlie is development after two successful crowd funding projects.
Theatre credits includes performing in Sunday Night Live at Her Majesties Theatre in the Westend and was in the original cast of A Stay of Execution at the Barons court theatre.
Sarah Akokhia graduated with a BA (Hons) in Drama and Theatre Studies from Royal Holloway University of London and has been acting professionally in a variety of film, TV and theatre projects both in the UK and internationally.
TV/Film Includes: Cassie in Hallows Eve, Sasha in Venus Vs Mars, Felicity in Bag Ladies, Tracey in The Assassins Practice, Veronica in Throw of a Dice.
Theatre includes: Minnie Jenkins in Cherry Picking your Blossom and Wavney in Coming into Land.