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Kristen T. King
Kristen is a London based American actress, born and raised in sunny California. She is a proud company member Cock & Bull Theatre in Chicago, where she performed many original works. In July 2015, she starred in the world premiere of the theatre’s original piece titled ‘Voyage’ at the Chopin Theatre in Chicago.
Kristen’s screen transition has landed her a role in Series 3 of Netflix's Haunted. From big budget Netflix shows to independently produced Sham Love Stories where she plays the lead female character in the second feature film, Kristen is always looking forward to her next project and the exciting challenges they will undoubtedly bring.
On a few occasions, Kristen has been mistaken for her look alike singer/actress Mandy Moore (47 Meters Down, 2017), by young adoring fans of hers. “I wouldn’t exploit that..” she laughs, “…I just wave and smile, and hope I made their day”
When Kristen is not on screen, you can find her experimenting with new and interesting vegan dishes in the kitchen, or devising plans to beat her friends in various strategy games.
John starred in the popular stage play ‘And There Was War’ which ran in the Broadway Theatre, London SE6 (2019). He also featured as ‘Derek’ in the 2019 play ‘Jungle’. After his busy schedule playing the lead role ‘Tom Good’ ‘The Good Life’ (2019), John joined the Sham Love Series team and took part in shoots testing stories scheduled for production in 2020.
‘… I love stage and film equally … the main difference is… you just have to realise that with one, an error is permanent, with the other, the error can be corrected in the next performance, if there’s one…“
‘…otherwise they’re all fun… creating fun while you have fun… that’s what it is to me…”
Sophia Sinclair is a London-based Actress and Drama and theatre graduate. She is also a trained dancer and previous member of the RADA Youth Theatre.
Sophia trained in dance from the age of 4 years old starting in Ballet/Tap and decided her path early on. She started working as a professional actress and model in her teens but only started pursuing her acting career full-time in 2006 at the age of 20, after securing the lead role as ‘Carla’ in Angie Le Mar’s sell-out play ‘Do you know where your daughter is?’. (The Soho Theatre, The Hackney Empire Studio, The Albany Empire, Charles Cryer, Bernie Grant Arts Centre, Gilded Balloon- Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2010). The role came as Sophia studied her Drama, Theatre and Performance degree at Roehampton University. This was a role she would play sporadically for 6 years due to popular demand, it toured schools in Lewisham as part of ‘The Beautiful Daughters Project’ and returned from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with raving 5* reviews. Her CV includes the National Theatre, National Theatre Studio, RADA, Hackney Empire, Soho Theatre, LIPA, Professor Green and Doritos.
Here’s what the casting director of the movie ‘The Chain’, said to Greg during his audition for a role in the film:
“Greg I … don’t like what you are doing with this character…”
(Greg was broken but held back the tears).
“…so…we have to let that go…”
(The tears couldn’t hold themselves back now).
“eh…. we do have another eh … bigger role that you would be perfect for, ‘Theo’, the horrid killer … ”.
Most people would have stopped weeping at that point, but not our Greg!
His performance bagged him two other productions in similar roles that year!
Gregs other recent appearances include: 'Mr Becket' in the film ‘Cleft Lip’ which won the ‘Best Feature Film’ award at The Black Star International Film Festival 2018, and as 'Colby' in the Shakespeare classic ‘King Lear’ which is awaiting release.
“…I like privacy despite all that comedy I do... people say I do good ‘horrid killing' and good 'horrid lust'... right... not surprising, they're all mostly done in privacy... right... next question”
- Full interview to follow. (please join our mailing list for update).
Marc returns to Sham Love Stories. He featured in the highly acclaimed first feature film ‘Escape - Stop That Wedding’ which won the ‘Best Indie Film’ category in the Detaron TV (Roku Channel) 2020 film awards. Marc played the run-away boyfriend ‘Robert’ who’s actions set up and stirred on the entire story plot.
“…I don’t know why I get these bad boy roles quite often…. some people say it’s my eyes...anyway, it’s much much more than that this time…”
Cassandra Ola Harrington
Fran Walker is best known for her appearances in the popular Amazon Science Fiction series ‘Luna Squad’ (2020); ‘The Rose in the Flame (2020)’ directed by Rick McLeod; ‘Only Love Matters’ (directed by Kamran Qureshi, under production), and numerous other roles over the years.
“I have a hunch, ‘Sham Love Series’ is amongst the next really big things… no, not because I took the role or just because I’m in it… I say that because I know the story, and I have seen many stories… ”
Originally from East Yorkshire, Ava has spent most of her young life in London. She now lives in Canterbury with her parents and puppy Coco.
Ava loves to try her hand at anything, particurlarly acting and performance. She is currently working towards her Grade 2 LAMDA acting exams.
Beign chosen to to do the voiceover of a book for children was a profound experience for her.
Ava loves school. Maths, Drama, Dance, Cricket, Netball are some of her favourites.
Joining the Sham Love Stories project and working with the cast and crew has been a great and very enjoyable experience for Ava.
Suzanne Kendall is an English actress who was born in rural Somerset. She started acting at an early age. After exploring a theatre set at a holiday resort as a small child, she decided she’d like to become an actress. Her first love was theatre and she acted in many plays to gain experience for drama school. She attended the Bridge Theatre Training Company in London, England, and not long after graduating, scored a lead role in a feature film, playing the troublesome, murderous farmer, Minnie Tucker in ‘Seven Crosses’. This experience stimulated more film work, and over the next decade, Suzanne played numerous leads and supporting roles in many independent, British feature films. She has worked alongside such actors as Emily Bergl (Desperate Housewives), Leslie Easterbrook (Police Academy), Guy Siner (‘Allo, ‘Allo & Pirates of The Caribbean), and most recently can be seen playing Nurse Ali alongside Luke Goss (Blade II, Hellboy II) in the new comedy-drama, ‘The Loss Adjuster’.
Chuba Obi - Director/Writer
Chuba’s first feature film (Escape – Stop That Wedding, 2019) which he wrote and directed, won the Detaron TV (Roku Channel) Best Independent Film award for 2020. Hot on the heels of that success he has written and directed this feature titled “Sham Love – Anthology 2”.
In a freshly assembled team of talented writers, Chuba is working on a number of feature screenplays under the umbrella title ‘Sham Love Stories’, scheduled for production 2021/22.
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