Character: Det. Mike Monaghan. Since graduating from the acting course at NIDA in 1998, Myles has appeared in many Australian television series including Home and Away, All Saints, Packed to the Rafters, Underbelly 2, East West 101 and Rescue Special Ops and was nominated for a Silver Logie for Most Popular Actor in 2003. Myles' passion is to create films that entertain and inspire people the world over.
Character: Jesse Milton. An ARIA Award winner, Justin is a successful member the Australian music industry. The lead singer, guitarist and main composer for group End of Fashion, Justin has travelled Australia and the world playing sold out shows wherever he goes. Justin has recently taken the plunge into the world of screen acting with two short films - See You Next Wednesday and The Flowers Don’t Grow Here Anymore - and now his debut feature, FORESHADOW.
Character: Joanne ‘Jo’ Peterson. Andrea Addison is an Australian actor and model. Her film credits include three WA features - thriller RAVEN’S CABIN (lead), the multi-award winning comedy, BITTER ART (supporting) and TWO FISTS, ONE HEART (featured extra) - as well as numerous shorts. Andrea has completed studies at the Actors College of Theatre & Television in Sydney and undertaken courses at NIDA. She is an extremely talented actress.
Character: Father Bernard. James plays a major role in Foreshadow (Carmelo Musca directing) which is in post-production 2013. His previous film role was that of the Police Commissioner in Geoff Bennett's film The Great Mint Swindle (2012). Other film successes include the leading role of the father in Little Sparrows, which was screened at the Rome International Film Festival. James won the 2013 Equity Guild Award for Best Actor in the Tony Award-winning play RED.
Character: Tessa Mailáth. Melanie is one of Australia's most sought after actresses. She graduated from WAAPA (WAAPA) in 2005, and since then has been working consistently in film, television, and theatre in Australia. Melanie's awards include the Best Actress Award at the 2010 Western Australian Screen Awards, the Best Actress Award for her role as Evelyn in The Shape of Things at the 2010 Perth Equity Guild Awards, and the Nigel Rideout Award for Most Outstanding Actress at WAAPA.
Character: Luke Matthews Ben Mortley has showcased his talents in a number of recent productions including 'Drift', 'Cloudstreet', and 'Lantana'. Ben graduated from Australia's National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) with a degree in Performing Arts (Acting) in 1997 and now performs his craft in Perth, WA. Ben was nominated for Most Popular New Male Talent at the 2003 Logies for his role on McLeod's Daughters.
Character: Billy Jones. Acting since I was 18, Ben's training has come from a number of courses such as Maura Fay, NIDA Workshops and most recently an Ultimate Screen-test Course with TAFTA. Ben is an exuberant character who has appeared in 'Home and Away', as 'Herbert 'Pal' Brown' in Underbelly Razor, and the feature film 'Bitter Art'.
Character: Mia Greene. Tawni grew up in Perth, Western Australia with her three sisters and loving parents. At the age of 18, she left home and moved to Melbourne where she guest-starred in leading Australian dramas, such as ABC's 'The Slap, and also did various commercials and hosting work. Tawni graduated last year from Melbourne's elite acting school, '16th Street actors studio' and just recently moved to Los Angeles. Her brother-in-law is AFL player Andrew Embley.
Character: Susie Taylor. Clara has been involved in eight short films since 2010 as well as playing the character of Julia in the play “Zastrozzi” in March 2011. She has been in a commercial for FRIENDS restaurant as well as Spokesmodelling for a Real Estate Home Movie, interviewed on WTV as well as numerous times on Channel 7’s Today Tonight. Clara also experienced a successful time on Australia's Got Talent.