Alex Dimitriades is an actor, known for Ghost Ship (2002), Head On (1998) and Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo (2005). He has been awarded the Australian Film Institute Aware for Best Lead Actor in Television Drama, AACTA Award for Best Lead Actor, AACTA Award for Best Supporting Actor, and the Logie Award for Most Outstanding Actor in a Series.
“I aspire to inspire others by being a light and a voice of hope. I will strive to spread kindness in all ways, always.” – Caitlin Carmichael
At twelve years old, Caitlin Carmichael's list of credits looks like that of an accomplished adult actor. Caitlin was one of the youngest actresses to appear on the Prime Time Emmy ballot for her role in the SONY series “CHOSEN” opposite Chad Michael Murray. Some of her credits include American Girl, Warner Brother’s 300: Rise Of An Empire, CSI, Dexter, Law and Order, Criminal Minds and True Blood. She also starred alongside Pierce Brosnan in the acclaimed miniseries, “Bag of Bones,” and has worked with other stars such as Danny DeVito, Jack Black, and Betty White. Caitlin continues voicing the character Alma on the Disney series, “Doc McStuffins.” 2017 will surely be an exciting year for Caitlin as her Netflix Original Movie “Wheelman” is to be released this fall. She is also receiving international press and film festival awards for her lead role in the short film “Monsters.” Caitlin just completed filming a Dan Fogelman feature film in New York called “Life, Itself” starring Olivia Wilde, Samuel L. Jackson, Oscar Isaac and Olivia Cooke.
Caitlin's love for acting is only matched by her love of her family and giving back to the community. Caitlin volunteers to feed the homeless on a regular basis. In 2012, Caitlin increased her outreach efforts by sending a portion of her earnings to Community Hope School in Namibia, Africa, to provide clothes, food, and school supplies for a six-year-old girl. She continues to sponsor this young girl today. And, Caitlin is the newest celebrity to volunteer her time and talent to Alex’s Lemonade Stand bringing smiles to children battling childhood cancer. A top fashion model on the rise, she can be seen in dozens of print and editorial campaigns. With an active social media following, she is a favorite of teen brands and publications.
George trained at the Drama Centre London.
Recent TV credits include GAME OF THRONES, MADAM SECRETARY, HOMELAND, COLLATERAL, THE AMERICANS plus many others.
On Film you can catch George in CLOSE on Netflix’s opposite Noomi Rapace. Other film credits include The Cut, 300:Rise of an Empire and Red2.
George regularly appears in radio dramas on BBC Radio4 as well as voicing some of the top video games on the market.
Scottie Thompson is an actress and an activist. She grew up performing on stage as a ballet dancer, and followed her passion for storytelling into a career in film, TV and theater after completing her undergraduate degree in Performance Studies at Harvard University. She has recurred in several series, playing the roles of Mantis (aka Vivian) in 12 Monkeys, Zoe D’Antonio in The Blacklist, and Diana Van Dine in Trauma. She is perhaps best known for her arc as Jeanne Benoit on NCIS. Her film credits include the soon-to-be-released Crown Vic, Epiphany, and Limbo, as well as earlier movies including Skyline, Star Trek, Broken Ghost, The Lookalike, 37: A Final Promise, and Dead on Arrival, among others. Outside of acting, she is involved in environmental activism, and is passionate about and involved in promoting health, education and women’s rights. She is a lover of nature, writing, reading and adventuring and exploring other places and cultures. You can find her on Instagram and Twitter at @iamscottiet